home: featured [ Bohemia ]
A favourite for natural, handmade homeware, Bohemia is a must visit store. With gorgeous woven baskets, printed cushions and more, their collection is beautifully collated.
‘Working collaboratively with artisans in Morocco, India, Kenya and Turkey we produce timeless collections of functional objects. Gaining a deep understanding of the techniques and processes of each craft is fundamental to our design process and we spend many many hours in the company of our partners quietly observing in awe of their skills’
Check out the range at bohemiadesign.co.uk and fall in love.
home: featured [ Sugar + Cement ]
All the joys of colour and our beloved cement, rolled into one in this super, independent homeware store – Sugar + Cement.
A mix of homewares made from one of our favourite materials – concrete. With added splashes of colour (in Farrow and Ball tones no less!) the collection includes plant pots, trays, candle holders and coasters. Explore their Etsy for the full range.
home: featured [ A New Tribe ]
We love finding new brands and today we share A New Tribe – an exciting curated collection of textiles and objects all sourced from independant makers.
A lot of the items are handmade or produced in small batches making them very individual and appealing.
Choose from painted ceramics, woven rugs, cushions and stationary.
Head to anewtribe.co.uk or visit their store.
92a Chatsworth Road, London, E5 0LS
home: featured [ Made+Good ]
This independent online marketplace has a carefully curated selection of homeware, kitchenware and lifestyle goods. All the products are made a produced by independant studios and sold on limited quantities.
With Made+Good when you buy something you know you are supporting artisan makers, as well as giving to charity. 15% of all sales commision is donated to a an organisation.
Be sure to check this store out online, full of gorgeous handcrafted pieces, all made with love.
home: featured [ The Maker Place ]
This young online store [ launched 2016 ] is all about craftsmen and designers from the UK. All the items found in this ‘marketplace’ are handpicked by a team focusing on style and substance.
‘We’re passionate champions of independent makers, and we strongly believe that it’s possible to by beautifully crafted work that is both eco – conscious and style conscious. We select work based on both craftsmanship and design so that you can achieve a modern, thoughtful and stylish look using exceptionally made, luxurious, handcrafted items’
The website is fully gorgeous homeware including accessories, furniture, lighting, prints and gifts with each item having a story behind it, introducing the product and it’s designer. We love the soft furnishings and furniture.
The Maker Place also has a great blog [ The Maker Press ] sharing new products, inspiration and introducing new designers.
This kind of online store is very much needed, supporting independant designers and makers, and in return you gain an individual handcrafted treasure for you home.
home: nice price [ baskets ]
We love these modern weave assorted rattan baskets from West Elm. The simple shape is perfect for storing magazines, media, fire wood and more, and the addition of handles makes them easy to transport.
The handcrafted selection including under-bed baskets, harvest baskets, and small & large handled baskets start from £39, with some currently in a 15% off sale.
home: featured [ O’Dell’s ]
Another realitively new homeware shop popping up on the streets of East London is O’Dell’s – a fine mix of homeware, grooming, and lifestyle goods aimed at men, although there are plenty of pieces that will appeal to all.
Established by Tom O’Dell, he has created – in his own words – ‘a carefully curated selection of products from skilled makers and brands, that sit within a relaxed and friendly shop in the heart of Shoreditch’.
He keeps the products as exclusive as possible to O’Dell’s with a real focus on UK made goods.
The store itself has a very clean and minimal feel about it, with only the addition of a few filled plant pots placed around the stock, allowing the products to stand out and be the main focus.
There are so many lovely pieces on offer, with our favourites being the hand crafted ceramics and rugs.
O’Dell’s should be on everyone’s list of ‘must see’ homeware shops in London.
24 Calvert Avenue