We love a bit of quirky and Lime Lace certainly deliveres with its online store. Full of an eclectic range of gifts, lighting, furniture and accessories you will be sure to find something to brighten to your home.
Founded by Samantha King in Harrogate, North Yorkshire Lime Lace dares to be a bit different and encourages its customers to do the same and make a statement with their home. Our favourite items include the gorgeous collection of wallapers, the Oxford table lamp and the album books prints.
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Their tag line says it all – ‘Shut up beige!’ But Red Candy certainly isn’t just a bright attack of colour with no style, this online store curates a huge range of homeware and furniture for every room, combining great style, materials, trends and good prices.
They are confident with colour and every great product will bring a fresh new look to a room. Red Candy promise to make ‘your home into the brightest place this side of the sun‘. From vibrant kitchenalia and modern cool furniture to quirky soft furnishings and bright fun wall prints, the brand offers great affordable gifts, ranges that sit well together to style a whole room and fun novelty (but cool) home accessories.
Based in Brighton WORKSHOP is a homeware and lifestyle store oozing simplicity and style with an over all utilitarian feel about it. With gorgeous hand crafted ceramics & tableware to scented candles there is functionality and beauty throughout. You will fall in love with it all.
‘ At WORKSHOP we share our passion for all things created with a simple approach to design and functionality. We value form, function, quality and authenticity and select goods from around the world that compliment our values and design aesthetic.’
Make sure you check out the website which features an edited range of the WORKSHOP collection, and be sure to pop into their store if and when you visit Brighton.
You may not have discovered the gorgeous homeware and furniture at La Redoute but it certainly needs to be on your radar.
If you make your way past all the great clothing to choose from, the interiors department is full of great quality, on-trend design, a good price range (to ensure you can find some great pieces at affordable prices), as well as a super sale section.
There’s a mix of chic, contemporary, modern minimalist and midcentury modern styles. With superb patterns and colours in their soft furnishings, great design and style in furniture and perfect choices in home accessories – every inch of the home can be cool and timeless.
This French brand that has actually traded since 1837, they’ve got some incredible designers under their belt.
”La Redoute makes French style accessible to all – with stylish looks and timeless pieces – plus guidance and advice on how to look good. You get a great choice of clothes that fit well and flatter – the way only the French seem to know how. All our communications; website, catalogue, mailings and emails, give you useful ideas, tips and best buys. The prices make it great value too and it’s all delivered straight to your door. That’s what we call French style made easy.”
Over the decades they’ve collaborated with big names including Sonia Rykiel, Victor + Rolf, Antik Batik and Isabel Marant.
”La Redoute has worked with the biggest names in fashion from Karl Lagerfeld to Naomi Campbell”
New kids on the block Resident have come a long way in such a short time. This modern lifestyle store started out only last year with a pop up store at PopBrixton. The huge success of the brand then lead co founders James Borley and Greg Avis to find a more permanent premises for their expanding ideas. Resident now sits on Catherine Hill in the picturesque Frome, Bath.
Resident houses ‘a curated selection of homewares, accessories and grooming products from a diverse range of designers and makers from both here in the UK and overseas’.
Filled with gorgeous items you don’t see in other stores, with our favourites including the ceramics and baskets Resident has created a stripped back decor allowing the products to stand out on their own. The simple black and white interior mixed with woodchip has followed them from their pop up days and it really works, giving the customer a no clutter experience. The guys have plans to double the shop in size towards the end of the year making for what will be a stunning shopping space. We can’t wait to see it.
If you are in the area be sure to pop in and say hi and take a look around. With a popular monthly market in Frome there is plenty to do and see. Alternatively head to residentstore.co.uk to see the online collection.
Nestled behind a parade of shops opposite Tufnell Park station, London is Future and Found, a contemporary scandinavian influenced store full of gifts, homeware, and stationary.
Owned and run by Andrea Bates, she has created a carefully curated collection of trend led items all with a clean coordinated theme running through. The simple yet stunning pieces include brands such as HAY, Muuto, Louise Madzia ceramics, Studio Esinem prints plus many many more.
Our favourites include the HAY furniture, ceramics full of vibrant prints and textiles including cushions, throws and rugs.