home: follow friday [ Labour & Wait ]

home: follow friday [ Labour & Wait ]

A must visit store if your thing is utility and vintage. Labour & Wait is one of our favourite London stores, and currently whilst in lockdown you can still get your fix on their website.

Choose from kitchenware, stationary, home accessories and even tools. This modern hardware shop has a collection of goods you just need to have in your home.

labourandwait.co.uk

home: featured [ Dyke & Dean ]

home: featured [ Dyke & Dean ]

Based in Hastings, East Sussex Dyke & Dean is an emporium of utilitarian homeware and furniture.

Find dustpan & brushes, enamelware, ceramic light fittings and filliment bulbs. Everyday objects that suddenly become extremely desirable.

If you are fan of industrial interiors and vintage then you must check this store out.

dykeanddean.co.uk

home: featured [ Lisa Valentine Home ]

home: featured [ Lisa Valentine Home ]

Based in Cardiff, Wales, Lisa Valentine with her love of interiors design and home renovations has established Lisa Valentine Home. A store full of beautifully functional and useful homeware.

‘As William Morris said, have nothing in your home unless you know it to be useful or beautiful. We believe it can be both and we hope you love our products as much as we do

We love the natural colour pallete throughout, and utilitarian feel of the store. Our favourites include the metal shelving, linen cushions and enamel kitchenware.

Head to lisavalentinehome.co.uk and keep up to date on Instagram.

home: featured [ Utility ]

home: featured [ Utility ]

This week’s featured store is Utility; an online shop full of gifts, home accessories, lighting and furniture. Featuring great brands including HayDesign LettersLightyearsMenuUmbra and Vitra, Utility is the perfect shop for design lovers, especially Scandinavian design.

This Liverpool based company has a huge collection of products, whether you are looking for gifts, or furnishing your home, you will not be disappointed.

Keep up to date with Utility on their blog and Instagram.

utilitydesign.co.uk