London based interiors store Decorum is full of Industrial and vintage furniture, lighting and accessories. With an online store and a shopping space in Boxpark, East London, Decorum is definately worth visiting. We love its carefully curated selection of products, offering a gorgeous collection to browse through. Choose from handmade ceramics to concrete topped tables, hanging glass picture frames to leather deckchairs.
‘With over 18 years experience in interiors and retail, I have always had a passion for good design, whether in a chair, a clock or even a spoon. Inspired by the modern classics, I want to discover our very own modern classics of today. Finding new products that stand the test of time and quality pieces to fall in love with. The profound reason for Decorum’
It’s all about beautiful design at Homage. The range of homeware is clean, functional and minimal. This Brighton based store has curated a perfect range to compliment each other and create a lovely home style. Products include throws and cushions, ceramics and wood ware, storage, gifts and more. Accessories for every room.
‘Homage curates a selection of interiors & lifestyle product built to last and to love. Our range has a pared back muted tone, with functionality and an understated charm.’
Visit them online or in store at 34a Bath Street, Brighton BN1 3TB
London based Plumo is an online lifestyle store bringing you clothing, accessories and homeware. Everything has an artisan, hancrafted feel to it with majority being independently made from all over the world.
‘We travel extensively around the world to source products that are original in design, beautifully crafted and a little different from what you usually see. We tend to work with artisans, co-operatives from Africa to Asia, designers that have just come out of college and any kind of creative people that just make beautiful things’
The site offers you a really relaxed bohemian collection with woven soft furnishings, patterned cushions and brushed metal shelving. Our favourites include the 4 tier stacking shelves and kelim cushion.
Ambling around Islington, London, there’s a confident statement about the growth of independent homeware stores – ensuring consumers are still keen for independent brands and a better quality of product.
On the popular Camden Passage, we find lovely Haygen, with a beautiful range of curated homeware, furniture and gifts from brands including Bloomimgville, House Doctor and On Interior.
Covering ceramics, prints, lighting, cushions, mirrors, gifts, even fashion and more.
They say, ‘To reflect an exciting time of growth and a change in business direction, Home & Pantry has rebranded to HAYGEN. HAYGEN, a lifestyle store dedicated to providing a careful curation of coveted and contemporary homeware, fashion & gifts with an exceptional customer experience both in store & online.
Founded in London in 2011 by Irish born Jenny Hughes, HAYGEN has grown into a one-of-a-kind destination lifestyle store for those seeking a unique mix of beautiful home furnishings, gifts and fashion items to reflect their personal style and fuel their passions. Mixing old and new with inspiration from the worlds of fashion, interiors and entertaining, we are committed to offering customers a curated mix of great products with a truly memorable customer experience; both online and in our store.’
Based in Leigh on Sea Tin Design is an online interiors brand with a collection of Scandinavian and Industrial furniture, lighting, accessories, wallpaper and more. Their website boasts an eclectic mix of bold design and exciting style.
Tin Design also promotes artisan designers and makers in the local area showcasing their talents on the website.
‘we are passionate about design, interiors and anything mildly creative. We are also passionate about our home town…the magnificent Leigh on Sea. It is an area filled with so many diverse subcultures who seem to be creating new things daily.’
As well as the main online shop there is ‘The Basement’, a selection of antique and vinatge pieces. This is a great place to find one-offs and unique items.
If you like your interiors quirky and oozing style then you need to visit this online store, we love it.
This young online store [ launched 2016 ] is all about craftsmen and designers from the UK. All the items found in this ‘marketplace’ are handpicked by a team focusing on style and substance.
‘We’re passionate champions of independent makers, and we strongly believe that it’s possible to by beautifully crafted work that is both eco – conscious and style conscious. We select work based on both craftsmanship and design so that you can achieve a modern, thoughtful and stylish look using exceptionally made, luxurious, handcrafted items’
The website is fully gorgeous homeware including accessories, furniture, lighting, prints and gifts with each item having a story behind it, introducing the product and it’s designer. We love the soft furnishings and furniture.
The Maker Place also has a great blog [ The Maker Press ] sharing new products, inspiration and introducing new designers.
This kind of online store is very much needed, supporting independant designers and makers, and in return you gain an individual handcrafted treasure for you home.
It is already well established in it’s home country of Australia, but now Typo [ part of cotton:on group ] is dipping it’s toes in the UK.
Typo is full of fun homeware, accessories and stationary, with prints focused on typography – letters, phrases and quotes.
The online shop [ launched this month ] is full of quirky trend led gifts including letter light boxes, an array of pen / plant pots, some great storage and really cool stationary. Typo is very well priced with a huge selection of products. With bricks and mortar stores planned in the UK it looks like it could be the next big thing – watch out tigerstores.co.uk.