home: event [ vintage market ]
If you fancy trawling a great london market for vintage homeware and nicknacks then head to Bermondsey, London, on a Friday !
6am til 2pm
Time Out says:
Held every Friday, this long-running south London market is heaven on earth for bargain-hunters.
Situated at the end of buzzy Bermondsey Street, this market is a south London institution. Every Friday, locals with magpie eyes flock here to trawl around 200 stalls for bargain china, silver, furniture, glassware and pottery. Not everything here would make it onto ‘Antique’s Roadshow’, but sifting the fab from the tat is part of the fun. In recent years, the market has expanded to include fashion, craft and food stalls, but antiques are still the focus. Just remember to arrive early: trading begins at 6am and most stall-holders will be packing up by lunchtime. When you’re done bargain-hunting, lively Bermondsey has loads of lunch options.
home: featured [ Goodhood Store ]
Something for all aspects of your style, we love GoodHood for the unique designers, great curated ranges and finger on the pulse of latest trends.
Amongst the great fashion seek out the homeware department, explore independent designers, products for every room in the house and great pieces to give as gifts.
Started in 2007 Goodhood is an award winning multi brand retailer selling over 200 brands across menswear, womenswear, lifestyle and cosmetics. Our aim is to cultivate our unique vision of effortless life style and redefine the idea of luxury living. Our curated buying ensures every product has a story and relevance to our ethos. We actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry. The Goodhood Store remains unique in its brand identity, its culture, its level of service and as a space men and women can both find the best of a worldwide curated selection of goods.’
home: event [ KANA workshop ]
Founded by Ana Kerin, KANA LONDON is a clay workshop with a difference. Rather than using a traditional wheel to create the pieces, Ana’s workshops teach you how to hand build.
With an array of workshops to choose from a you can find one that suits you. From a tableware taster session to a three week course, or something in between.
My approach to work is experimental and playful, as I never follow a procedure, and invent new recipes daily. I work with a unique mixture of clays and mix my own glazes, often turning my back on traditional ceramic practice. Hand building, rather than turning on the wheel, further emphasizes the individuality of each piece.
Head to kanalondon.com for tickets [ from £35 ]
home: event [ letter press workshop ]
If you are looking to get a but more creative this year and fancy making your own art work, have you considered letter press print?!
We have found a great beginners class in London, where you will be able to create your own piece of work from an idea you may already have. You will learn the skills and get step by step guidance throughout the 5 hr workshop.
Head to m.uk.funzing.com for more details and tickets
[ £90 ] various dates available
home: event [ Midcentury Modern ]
Be sure not to miss the next Modern Show at Dulwich College, London where you can explore lots of gorgeous furniture and homeware.
With 85 dealers and designers there is so much to look at and of course buy!
[ £10 entry on the day ]
15th March 10am – 4pm
home: event [ vintage china upcyling ]
If you fancy some new year creativity, and like a bit of vintage, then this workshop is perfect for you.
Heals are hosting vintage china upcyling classes early next year, and give you the opportunity to learn the techniques to carefully bring life back a previously loved piece.
‘Give life to your vintage china in our upcycling class at Heals. First choose a pre-loved plate or teacup from The Indytute’s very special vintage china collection. Each piece has been rooted out by the Indytute china scout, who has scoured garage sales, antique stalls and junk shops to select the ideal pieces to upcycle’
Head to eventbrite.co.uk for tickets
[ £20 ]
home: featured [ Earl of East ]
Not just a candle shop, Earl of East has expanded into a lifestyle store full of gorgeous items for your home.
With a strong focus on their hand made candles and workshops Earl of East welcomes you step into their curated collection of home accessories, soft furnishings, stationary and more.
With a mix of independant brands and familiar names including Ferm Living, this store is a must visit, and with various locations around London there is no excuse.
Head to their website to explore their range or pop by one of their spaces in Hackney, Kings Cross and Islington.