home: event [ candle making workshop ]

home: event [ candle making workshop ]

At this time of year we are gearing up for Winter and Christmas, and as the nights get darker our homes become lit with candlelight for cosy feels.

Treat yourself to a candle workshop this Autumn and create a scent to suit your home. With various workshops across London and the South,

Head to Obby.co.uk to browse the selection. This is a great website to find craft courses and workshops near you.

[ from £45 ]

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home: event [ Midcentury East ]

home: event [ Midcentury East ]

Get along to one of the best vintage furniture markets in town. This time round Modern Shows is in Haggerston, London on 13th October.

See 55+ dealers selling everything from rare collectable pieces to more functional C20 furniture you can use in your own home as well as striking posters, quirky lighting, Berber rugs, ceramics and glass from world famous C20 icons all dotted around the ground floor of midcentury architect Ernö Goldfinger’s only brutalist school

home: event [ terrarium workshop ]

home: event [ terrarium workshop ]

This September book a space at one of Heals terrarium workshops and create a wonderful table centrepiece.

Hosted in Heals, Tottenham Court Road, London you will learn the history and science behind terrarium building and then get the chance to make your own from scratch.

All materials are provided [ from £40 ]

Head to heals.com for dates

home: event [ Vintage Furniture Flea ]

home: event [ Vintage Furniture Flea ]

Make a note in the diary for these upcoming Flea markets around the UK.

Vintage Furniture Flea houses an array of Mid Century furniture and homeware, all at affordable prices. Join friendly and knowledgable traders to help you find the perfect pieces.

[ East London – 1st September ]

Head to Instagram for more dates and details.

home: event [ ceramics fair ]

home: event [ ceramics fair ]

Perfect timing to start shopping for Christmas gifts (or pick up something for your own home), this great ceramics market is a definite must-visit.

The date for the next Independent Ceramics Market is 28 September in Copeland Road, London SE15.

They say;

Independent Ceramics Market provides a unique opportunity to see / buy a diverse range of affordable ceramic artwork, and buy direct from the maker.

This event brings together a community of over 60 ceramicists, that include current students, up-and-coming graduates, as well as established ceramicists from various ceramic studio’s, making it the ideal location for discovering a new wave of early career, and some more established ceramic artist.

Pick up unique and original ceramics, from cups to art sculptures, the broad range of makers will have something for everyone.

home: event [ Choose Love exhibition ]

home: event [ Choose Love exhibition ]

Back for a second year, Print Club London presents an exhibition of its favourites artists and their works in order to support Help Refugees.

Artists have taken the iconic ‘Choose Love’ slogan, originally created by Katherine Hamnet in the 1980s and each created a one off piece.

It has so far raised over £50,000 for the charity and seen artists such as Sir Anish Kapoor, Alexa Coe, Stanley Donwood, Mustafa Halusi and Noel Fielding contributing artworks to the project. Each piece is available to buy throughout the exhibition, and then later via Print Club London’s online gallery

[ 26th July – 01 Aug ]

Head to somersethouse.org.uk for more details

home: event [ Jesmonite workshop ]

home: event [ Jesmonite workshop ]

We love the growing popularity of working with Jesmonite and this workshop at The Barbican looks like another great one to book into.

August 13 – 16

Jesmonite Casting with Phil Cuttance £45

They say;

Learn how to cast your own Jesmonite stone vase with designer/maker Phil Cuttance.

Phil Cuttance leads this series of hands–on workshops, with his cool, contemporary take on an age old craft. Participants select the shape of their vase, assemble their own moulds and experiment with style and colour before casting their very own jesmonite vase.