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 [ Trouva ]
A firm favourite of ours is online market place trouva.com. Full of well known brands including Ferm Living, Bloomingville and Nkuku you can find everything from kitchenware to lighting, soft furnishings to furniture.
Modern homeware with Scandinavian style, Trouva sells on behalf of independant stores showcasing brands that you may not have heard of. A must visit for interior lovers.
home: event [ Parallax Art Fair ]
Get along to Europe’s biggest Art & Design fair over the next two weekends. Held in Kensington and Chelsea the Parallax Art Fair has over 200 creatives from around the world showcasing their products, including painting, sculpture, textiles and crafts.
It’s free to get in and prices are kept low on items, so you have every opportunity to find something special for your home.
Sat/ Sun 16-17 Feb – Kensington Town Hall.
Sat/ Sun 23-24 Feb – Chelsea Town Hall.
To get tickets head to parallaxaf.co
home: event [ The London Artisan ]
Back for another Winter edition at The Old Truman Brewery, The London Artisan is a marketplace celebrating independant producers and makers. The perfect place to pick up a last minute Christmas present…. and a little something for yourself.
‘The London Artisan presents a unique selection of jewellery, ceramics, glassware, textiles, homewares, illustration and beauty products. This two day selling event is consumer oriented and offers visitors the opportunity to meet the designers and view, buy or commission products‘
15 – 16 December
11am – 6pm
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 [ 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 [ Mauds House ]
We love finding new independant stores and Mauds House is definitely one to keep an eye on. Launched by Hattie Crook, this lifestyle store based in Yorkshire has a heavy scandinavian feel with a large number of products hand sourced from Denmark. Mauds House also heavily supports UK based illustrators and designers.
We love the simplicity of the website and carefully curated selection of goods, the muted colour palette and gorgeous design. Our favourites include the cushions and ceramics. If you are in the area you must visit the new shop opening end of January.
Keep up to date with Mauds House on Instagram & Twitter