Based in Gloucestershire, but also available online, Woodmancote Retro mix midcentury vintage furniture with ethical, sustainable and recycled materials to create new pieces to bring colour and style to any home.
Benches, stools, tables, desks – mixing old and new with great results.
WOODMANCOTE RETRO is a furniture design company based within the Stroud Valleys in Gloucestershire.
We have a passion for designing and creating beautiful, functional, simple and timeless furniture, that is accessible to all.
We produce tubular steel furniture that is unique and rooted in mid-century design. It’s simplicity stands out, while being versatile and durable enough for a range of interiors. The 10 principles of Dieter Rams pretty much sum up our ethos at Woodmancote Retro.
We are passionate about sourcing and salvaging beautiful local high-quality sustainable hardwoods and recycled plastics. We incorporate these into our furniture design, and by doing so reduce potential landfill and waste. This is why we started doing what we do – and have never looked back.
Our ethos is a commitment to supporting the local circular economy. We collaborate with like-minded suppliers and makers to produce high quality furniture that you will not find on the high street.
Beautiful, simple and affordable. The back story makes us fall in love even more.
Make your dining experience a little more luxury and enjoyable with Butter products – ethical soft tableware made in East London.
Founded by partners Alex and Ed, Butter exists for a generation who want to make a house a home, but won’t be able to buy their own for years to come. We aim to create homeware that brings a little bit of joy and will follow you wherever you go.
Our story began in lockdown, tired of using and disposing of paper towels at every meal we looked for a sustainable alternative. Our problem was the napkins on the market were either achingly dull or cripplingly expensive. We struck on producing classic table linen that could lift any meal.
Beautiful homeware and gift store, Winter’s Moon is perfect for Christmas shopping and for filling your home with wonderful ethical homeware all year.
Situated in one of the prettiest shops in Chichester, we are an independent gift and homewares shop mixing modern, fairtrade and vintage items to create a collection of beautiful things for living and giving.
The shop is currently closed due to governement restrictions, but our online shop never sleeps and gives you a taste of what we offer. One of our favourite elements of running Winter’s Moon is sourcing the beautiful and unique so you don’t have to.
Follow Winter’s Moon on Instagram for all the latest new products and news.
Founded by Swede Anna Sjostrom Walton in 2017, Chalk & Moss is an online homeware store and blog focusing on Biophilic Design.
The term biophilia means love of life or living things. The term was first used in 1964 by psychologist Erich Fromm, defining it as “the passionate love of life and all that is alive”. It was popularised by biologist Edward O Wilson in 1984, who in his book “Biophilia” refers to “an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world.”
The online store is full or gorgeous Scandinavian inspired products including handmade furniture, ceramics and printed linens. This carefully curated collection is all ethically sourced and put together to enhance your wellbeing and lifestyle.
‘So called Biophilic design achieves wellbeing by reconnecting us to nature through the spaces we occupy. This is the umbrella for my approach. It can easily be translated to our own homes through aspects of green design‘
Established by friends Raina & Cat, House of Kind is an online store focused on ethical, artisan made and sustainable products. Their ethos is to spread kindness through sourcing homewares from the right people, at the same time giving a little something back to communities all over the world.
The collated range includes soft furnishings, accessories, candles, art and stationary. Everything is well designed and of good quality so be sure to check them out.
We saw this look grow in popularity last year, and it’s continuing this year. Focusing heavily on independent makers and designers but also handmade, hand woven products.
Move away from mass produced factory homeware and look at handcrafted goods. The detail and time spent making them is what appeals, and every piece becomes unique.
Soft furnishings is a a great place to start with fringes, raw edges and heavy adornment on cushion covers and throws.
Wicker, rattan and woven furniture is having a huge comeback – Habitat has just launched a new collection of rattan furniture, with John Lewis going for a woven look with their range. The Leia range of outdoor dining furniture has a fishermans rope weave on its chairs and sofas.
This woven style extends to pendants lights giving a very relaxed Boho feel. Lots of layered soft furnishings and natural colours. Go as bold or as subtle as you want.
Discreet, minimal and a small carefully curated and designed range. Minor Goods have a beautiful online store of affordable homewares from ceramics to linens to candles to wood wares. Perfect for a little gift or collate a few pieces to make a whole look.
Minor Goods is an online homewares brand that believes less is more, we love craftsmanship and simple design (and food!). We make and curate timeless lifestyle accessories that are beautiful with an understated design aesthetic. Created using traditional techniques with a modern approach, these treasured items will stand the test of time. We are passionate about products and want to share the creators’ stories and their products to help you cherish the goods you buy.
Mainly sourcing from within Europe their strength is in working with and sourcing from small ethical artisan brands and traditional skilled craftsmen.
Seventy Tree are a husband and wife team based in Devon creating beautiful prints and homewares with a ethical and environmental approach. They create with recycled materials and vegetable inks both with their products and packaging.
They ‘create fun and quirky prints, posters and other bits and pieces to make you smile!’ and their ‘playfulness is inspired by the natural world and the magic of childhood‘.