home: featured [ Decorum ]
Combining vintage, industrial and Scandi style Decorum has a beautifully curated collection of homeware. Choose from lighting, accessories, kitchenware, furniture and soft furnishings.
Launched by Christina Karoulla, Decorum is full of gorgeous timeless pieces to fall in love with. If you are in East London, be sure to make a visit.
‘With over 18 years experience in Interiors and retail, I have always had a passion for good design, whether in a chair, a clock or even a spoon. Inspired by the modern classics, I want to discover our very own modern classics of today’
Find Decorum online or at Box Park, Shoreditch.
Launched in 2016 Gayle Mansfield has created a go-to store for any typography lovers.
Gayles designs can be seen in so many peoples homes with popular prints including ‘bla bla bla’ and ‘hell yes’. The heavily typography lead designs appeal for their quirkiness and simplicity and we love them.
Because the designs are predominantly monochrome, it means they will work in any interior. And with prices starting at £12.50 there is no excuse not to treat yourself.
Head to gaylmansfielddesigns.co.uk to start shopping.
home: featured [ House Curious ]
Launched by Sommer Pyne, and based in London, House Curious is a gorgeous curated collection of homeware, stationary and gifts. If you are looking for something a bit special and unique then you will be love this site.
We love the art prints, furniture and vases amongst other pieces. With so many lovely items it’s hard to choose a favourite.
‘House Curious is the brainchild of Sommer Pyne. Based in London for the last 12 years, Sommer grew up in the sunny climes of Sydney, Australia. House Curious is a coming together of the Australian lifestyle she experienced and the rich creative tapestry of London living. A keen traveller with a passion for food, interiors and design, Sommer wanted to bring all these passions to one place to share with other like-minded people’
Head to the website to explore their blog and workshops, plus keep up to date with instagram.
home: featured [ Luke Arthur Wells ]
Size isn’t everything. The compact curated collection of wares in the Luke Arthur Wells online shop is all you need for a little inspiration for your home and treats to buy, to introduce the latest trends into your home.
Interior stylist and designer, Luke, offers this capsule collection of homeware from an online store with regular product updates and trend aware new items.
The store stocks great simple style. Choose from the selection of small homewares ticking the boxes of concrete, geometric, metallic, smoked glass and monochrome trends, to name a few.
home: featured [ Go Aesthetic ]
New favourite brand to the home interiors market is the cool Scandi-monochrome-minimally styled Go Aesthetic with their small well curated range of tableware, soft furnishings and home accessories.
‘…UK based online store focusing on great contemporary design and style. We stock a whole selection of independent designers, including Fine Little Day, Ester & Erik, Buddy & Bear, Coco Lapine, and many more.’
Monochrome fans will be well provided for with the variety of black and white patterned and grey tone items. Every trend box is ticked with designs in marble, patterns of geometric, repeat print and the hand-painted look, plus gorgeous prints of the natural world and storage solutions for kids and adults.
Definitely a new brand to keep an eye on and they already have a great little sale section to grab some of their great homewares at reduced prices!
home: featured [ Found ]
After a recent visit to Bath we came across Found – a great looking contemporary shop full of an eclectic mix of stationary, homeware, clothing and more.
Owned by Olivia Brewer and Nik Blake, it’s described as a ‘mini department store’ which we would agree with. You enter into gifts and stationary, through to tableware and homeware and at the back is clothing and accessories.
The hand selected pieces all work cohesively together creating a very pleasurable shopping experience. It’s hard not to pick up and feel everything as you go round.
Found also has an online shop worth checking out if your not in Bath. But if you are planning a visit then you must pop into this one of a kind store.
17 Argyle Street
[ Mon – Sat 10am – 5:30pm ]
home: featured [ istome ]
Istome as an emporium of homewares, stationary, and prints mostly sourced from Scandinavian countries, many of whom still manufacture their own goods in a traditional way.
Full of new and fun products Istome stocks great brands including Menu, Studio Esinam and Design Letters. If you want simple gorgeous design then you must check out the website.
‘The products we source at istome, sometimes quirky, always charming but always 100% Scandinavian.’
Head to istome.co.uk for their online shop and blog.