home: featured [ Present Indicative]
For unique homeware, perfect for gifts, we just love the range of unique academic-inspired home accessories.
There’s glassware, ceramics, tea towels, prints and quirky pieces including the brutalist ‘Archilamp‘ and ‘Obessive Chef‘ precise measuring chopping board.
Present Indicative is the sister site of The Literary Gift Company. The Literary Gift Company was launched in 2009 and has over 1000 gifts for book lovers. Present Indicative offers a similar range of unusual and beautiful gifts but with more of an academic twist. We love beautiful, practical and intelligent gifts for thinking people, including clothing, jewellery, games, and much much more.
home: favourite thing [ door mat ]
Quirky and welcoming but still in contemporary grey with a lovely detail of typography on it – this great door mat from Argos is a super update for a hallway and it’s only £7.99 or on special offer of two for £15. Great to give as a gift!
Typography is big this year in interiors trends and the italic ‘hello’ is popping up everywhere across highstreet stores – on wall or window decals, prints, cushions and kitchenalia!
home: featured [ Pentreath + Hall ]
Sometimes it’s good not to be minimal, and have the coldness of a monochrome interior. Pentreath + Hall embrace colour, pattern, beautiful design and layering up textures to ensure perfect interior inspiration.
Tucked away in Rugby Street, Bloomsbury, London, this store is bursting at the seams with homeware, furniture and accessories. Also available online, every department is covered – a great place to buy interiors gifts or treat yourself to a new look for a room.
Around for almost a decade, the duo behind the retail outlet have an interiors, architecture and artistic background. This has evidently come together perfectly in their great buying choices and curated ranges.
Visit them online or in store. Currently you can enjoy shopping the Summer sale too.
home: favourite thing [ vintage cocktail chair ]
Absolutely loving this beauty of a vintage find – a gorgeous original 1950s cocktail chair from super cool new online homeware store The Joyful Home Company.
A great addition to your home at just £150
In great vintage condition as is but if you fancy an alternative colour or pattern, these talented folks also offer an upholstery service. Along side upholstery and vintage pieces, the store also offer a beautiful curated range of other homewares including lighting, prints and cushions.
home: featured [ Mon Pote ]
This little gem of a store in Bristol is full of gorgeous homeware and gifts. Set up by two best friends Mon Pote has a carefullly curated collection of quality items you will fall in love with and enrich your life.
‘Mon Pote loosely translates from French as ‘my mate’ or ‘my friend’. Our hope is that you will always feel as relaxed and welcome in our shop, or browsing our online store, as you do in the homes of your friends’.
Browse the online store for everything from kitchenware and lighting to soft furnishings and prints. Plus they stock an extensive kids collection, jewellery and stationary.
If you are in the Bristol area you must pop along to the shop. Alternatively keep up to date with Mon Pote on their blog and Instagram, and of course get shopping on the website.
home: featured [ The Future Kept ]
Husband & Wife team Dean & Jeska Hearne have created an online store full of gorgeous well designed, durable and desirable items for your home. With a strong focus to inspire their customers to think about the items you buy for your home, bringing these independently produced products to the forefront of the collection.
‘We provide quality goods with an honest provenance that we use in our day-to-day lives, items made to ladt that will not fuel the throwaway nature of the modern world, heirlooms of the future. We hope to inspire a curiosity and desire within people to make more sustainable and ethical choices.’
Our favourite pieces include their woven baskets, throws and ceramics. Head to the website, explore and find your perfect item. We assure it will be more then just the one.
home: favourite thing [ vintage Danish armchair ]
Add another to list of go-to favourite home interiors shop websites – The Joyful Home Company (just launched!) is a must for carefully it’s curated selection of prints, accessories, wallpapers and their own beautifully reupholstered vintage chairs department.
Our favourite pick from this exciting new store is this utterly gorgeous, incredibly restored large grey Danish armchair, midcentury in style and perfectly reupholstered to keep its characteristics and charm of the era.
A must invest at £795 but a worthwhile investment.