home: feature [ Is To Me ]
Beautiful Scandinavian focused online retailer Is To Me, is a perfect curation of designers; stocking perfect pieces for the home with much of the range aimed at children’s room and play. However it’s full of great products for the whole home.
We love so much of their ‘new in‘ including muted tones of melamine ware, rugs to add pops of lovely tones to a room, the incredible Ferm Living deck chairs and lots of rattan accessories!
home: featured [ Jo’s House ]
Based in Herne Hill, Jo’s House is a lovely independant homeware & lifestyle store full of gorgeous ceramics, sift furnishings, tableware and more.
‘The ethos of the shop was to provide great, simply designed accessible products, which were handpicked and curated for their enduring quality, provenance (wherever possible) and feel good factor’
We love the muted colour pallete running throughout the collection. This means it really easy to find something to to fit into your home’s style.
Head to the website or check out Jo’s House on Instagram.
home: featured [ Habitat ]
Time to start adding some new keys pieces to your interior to give it a lift and new look for the coming season. Splashes of colour will lift the mood and give focus for a room.
We love Habitat for great striking home accessories to add to any room, and we’ve picked our favourites.
Stand out pieces have a great patterned, midcentury feel, with strong muted colours. Layer up throws and cushions, cluster vases in various sizes and shapes, and add easy greenery with their great selection of artificial plants.
home: featured [ Homeplace ]
We love the mix of vintage and contemporary homeware at HomePlace. All pieces are carefully considered in this beautifully curated range. Both old and new sit along side each other so well.
There’s great pieces to add character and texture to an interior. The homewares would also make great gifts, especially the unique vintage pieces.
Homeplace was founded on the basis that homes should tell a story about their inhabitants.
And our aim is to provide our customers with an eclectic but carefully considered selection of vintage, mid century, retro and contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware, so they are able to mix styles, eras, colours and textures to create homes that have as much personality as they do.
We source items which we love and which we hope you will do too. We are passionate about great design – contemporary as well as Mid Century but we are also fans of the quirky and the whimsical..and we like nothing better than mixing them all up to create eclectic interiors with heaps of individuality.
The idea of incorporating vintage pieces into the home as a means for a more sustainable way of living is also important to us here at Homeplace – for today’s eco-conscious consumer, there is arguably no more environmentally friendly a way to furnish a home.
However, not everyone has the time to scour flea markets and fairs so Homeplace offers an edited selection of ever-changing eye catching vintage, Mid Century and retro pieces as well as an exciting range of well designed & interesting contemporary items that will happily sit alongside each other in the home.
home: featured [ Atkin & Thyme ]
This lovely interiors brand is a great find.
Atkin & Thyme has a relatively small but well curated selection of furniture, lighting, seating & mirrors.
We particularly love their sideboards and chest of drawers.
‘We travel far and wide to source our unique collection of furniture and home accessories, selecting only beautifully crafted pieces made from high quality materials. The artisans we work with make them in limited, low volume batches, which means you won’t find our designs in run-of-the-mill high street shops’
Keep up to date with Atkin & Thyme in their Instagram account.
home: featured [ FoundLand ]
Our favourite new find is FoundLand store. Quirky, original and full to the rafters of gifts and homeware that you would be hard pushed to easily find elsewhere.
Think of us as your upmarket general store, with an international goods aisle and a smutty top-shelf thrown in for good measure.
We’re Sarah and Arthur, and we run the emporium from London town. Having earned our crusts in retail, running the Monocle webshop and sourcing for some of the major gallery shops in London, we have the inside knowledge on where to find the best gifts across the globe. The hard-to-find, the new releases, the limited editions, the stuff which no-one else has. We pride ourselves on selling exclusive products, and we stock only goodies which we have and we want in our own lives. From traditional Japanese brooms to brassy Italian stationery to wooden spoons hand-carved in an English forest, we’ve found it and now you can find it here too.
home: follow friday [ KAGU Interiors ]
Based in Kent, KAGU Interiors is a gorgeous store full of homeware, furniture and accessories sourced from all over the world.
Founder Ben Stokes has created a wonderfully curated selection, all with a global feel and natural colour palette.
Be sure to follow KAGU Interiors on Instagram as well as popping over to their online store.
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Independent British lifestyle store, Oliver Bonas, is one to keep an eye on for gifts abd home. Continually stylish and on trend, and with great sales too.
home: featured [ Spicer & Wood ]
Based in Stoke Newington, online store Spicer & Wood is a delight to browse. Full of gorgeous ceramics, kitchenware and soft furnishings.
Natural materials and finishes feature heavily with a warm colour palette, ideal for most interiors.
‘BASED IN STOKE NEWINGTON, SPICER AND WOOD’S ONLINE STORE WAS FOUNDED IN 2017, AND DEMONSTRATES OUR LOVE FOR NATURAL MATERIALS, CALIFORNIA, MID-CENTURY STYLE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS.
STOCKING DESIGN-LED AND QUALITY PIECES FROM UK, EUROPE AND BEYOND, SPICER AND WOOD FOCUS ON PRODUCTS TO MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME‘
We highly recommend you take a look and support this small business.
home: found this [ sugar bowl ]
We found this little beautiful lidded sugar bowl at Nordic Nest. The Bernadotte sugar bowl with spoon ‘from Georg Jensen was inspired by Sigvard Bernadotte’s early works from the 1940s. The bowl features a polished, classically grooved surface that adds a gentle touch of luxury to this otherwise everyday object. Let the set stand on its own as a gorgeous detail on your table or combine it with other products from the Bernadotte series for a brilliant matching aesthetic’
The bowl is currently on offer at £67, reduced from £75.