home: featured [ Mon Pote ]
Based in Bristol, Mon Pote is a home and lifestyle store full of gorgeous Scandinavian influenced and designed pieces. With well known brands like Bloomingville, HK Living and House Doctor you will be sure to find something you love.
Their curated collection combines form and function, and we love the neutral colour pallete that runs through the products.
‘So what does it mean?… The colloquial term, Mon Pote, is French, and means ‘my buddy’, or ‘my friend.’ We feel the name of our store encapsulates one of the most important parts of our business: to provide positive support to our customers, for the most enjoyable and comfortable shopping experience. Our staff are always on hand to offer tailored helpful advice, so that every customer leaves our store happy!‘
Keep up to date with Mon Pote on Instagram or if you can, we recommend you visit the store.
home: featured [ OOSTOR ]
Head to oostor.com for an array of homeware, lifestyle and fashion for the modern life. Similar to Trouva and Amara, OOSTOR is a marketplace for independant designers and brands showcasing their best products.
Search their large selection through filtered categories of furniture, lighting, stationary and more.
A great one stop online shop for all you needs.
home: featured [ West Elm ]
A firm favourite of ours, West Elm is the place to go for modern Mid Century inspired furniture, gorgeous ceramics & tableware, and beautiful soft furnishings.
With the flagship store located on Tottenham Court Road, London, you can lose yourself in the vast array of products. With regular discounts and sales you can be sure to pick up a bargain too.
We share [above] our favourite new arrivals.
home: featured [ Feather & Marble ]
We love finding new brands and we are excited to come across Feather & Marble, an online interiors & lifestyle store stocking Danish and Scandinavian designs.
Scroll through their website and explore gorgeous soft furnishings, furniture and accessories. A lovely curated selection for interior lovers.
Rich textiles, handmade ceramics, embroidered detailing – these are the little extras that elevate a piece to be that little bit more special are all part of the ethos behind our shop and you won’t find anything on the website that doesn’t reflect this artisan attention to detail.
home: featured [ House of Kind ]
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.
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.