home: featured [ Tin Design ]
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.
Keep up to date with Tin Design on Instagram and Twitter.
home: featured [ Room 356 ]
Founded by mother and daughter team Cassie and Bev, Room 356 offers a selection of unique homeware, lighting, accessories and stationary.
The simple coherent collection of well designed items have been selected to enhance and compliment your home.
‘The ‘Name’ is where it all began when we opened our lifestyle store in October 2014: 356 being the number of the address of our retail property. The dream was to create an online store and retail space with a special and unique identity. We wanted to offer you the ultimate shopping experience, and to make each and everyone of you feel valued. As a Room 356 customer you really are at the heart and soul of our business. The space in our store has been thoughtfully laid out and each of our collections carefully selected with you in mind.’
We love the lighting, a vast selection of table lamps, pendants and bulbs, well worth a look.
Head to room356.co.uk or visit the store in Bolton
356 Chorley Old Road, Bolton, BL1 6AG
Monday | Tuesday | Friday | Saturday 10-5pm
Wednesday | Thursday 10-6pm
home: featured [ Typo ]
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.
home: featured [ istome ]
Istome as an emporium of homewares, stationary, and prints mostly sourced from Scandinavian countries, many of whom still manufacture their own goods in a traditional way.
Full of new and fun products Istome stocks great brands including Menu, Studio Esinam and Design Letters. If you want simple gorgeous design then you must check out the website.
‘The products we source at istome, sometimes quirky, always charming but always 100% Scandinavian.’
Head to istome.co.uk for their online shop and blog.
home: featured [ The Den & Now ]
Founded in Chester by Charlie Beebee, The Den & Now offers an eclectic mix of furniture and accessories for the home, everything from one-off vintage finds and reclaimed items, to more contemporary pieces.
There is a great selection as you work your way through the online shop. Our favourites include the varied storage and the fab lighting.
A nice touch to the website is not only being able to navigate through via product, but also by style, amongst others Industrial Living, Retro Revival and Scandinavian. This helps you get inspiration and see which pieces work well together.
‘we provide a carefully edited collection of stylish handpicked homeware, that’s a little out of the ordinary, delivered with care direct to your door.’
Visit thedenandnow.co.uk to start shopping, and also there’s a blog to keep up to date their latest news.
home: featured [Feathers and Nest ]
Feather and Nest is an quirky home and lifestyle shop in Oxfordshire and online, full of British designed and made products, including soft furnishings, lighting, accessories and stationery.
With well known brands like Donna Wilson, Katie Leamon, Jimbobart, Scion and Nkuku, everything has a sense of fun about it and it’s a joy to navigate around the online shop.
‘In a nutshell Feather and Nest is an inspiring little emporium full of products with personality, hand picked by us to share with all our lovely customers.’
We love the Skinny LaMinx cushions and Garden Trading lamps. Check them out at Featherandnest.co.uk or if your in the area head to their bricks and motor shop.
Feather and Nest
26 High Street
home: featured [ Really Well Made ]
This great online shop is full of contemporary homeware including lighting, furniture, accessories and soft furnishings. Founded by Lewis Mitchell and Clare Johns in 2012, Really Well Made focuses as much on the look of the product as how it’s made [ the clue is in their name ]. With a huge choice of gorgeous pieces, [ we love the funky cushion designs and stunning lighting ] all with a simple Scandinavian feel, everybody needs to visit Really Well Made.
‘ Good design should be innovative, honest and useful; it makes everyday living better.’