home: favourite thing [ stoneware pots ]

home: favourite thing [ stoneware pots ]

We will always encourage vintage and secondhand shopping as a way to look after the environment and to give goods a new purpose and a second life, rather than just being discarded.

The Goods In General Store has such a veritable feast of vintage delight to fill your home, it was hard to pick a favourite – but we love the victorian stoneware pots that would be great for vases, just for display on shelf, or as pot for utensils.

They say;

Everything in my shop has a story and I like it to be authentic or original. Learning the history of who made and used these objects fascinates me. I also do my best to find, fix and pass things on.

home: featured [ Originals Studio ]

home: featured [ Originals Studio ]

This small independent store is a great find and we urge you to take a look.

Brightly coloured vases, tableware, soft furnishings and more to elevate your home. Everything at Originals Studio is selected by Alice and is carefully curated for us.

It’s not just new prices that can be found either, Originals Studio has a vintage section of beautiful glassware.

Head to originalsstudio.co.uk

home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]

home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]

Autumn is upon us and we relish the new season homewares that fill the High Street stores and online – so we think about creating new looks for the home. Embrace the autumn tones and create cosy, layered up looks with pattern and texture, in the colours of nature.

As well as a now much larger range of incredible unique vintage pieces – Urban Outfitters also has an array of new homeware and furniture in rich golden, mustard, orange and walnut tones.

We’ve picked our favourite 9 to bring a new look to a bedroom or lounge.

home: featured [ Winter’s Moon ]

home: featured [ Winter’s Moon ]

Shop online at the gorgeous Winter’s Moon for a feast of styles of ethical, handmade and vintage gifts and homewares, from candles to cushions and enamelware to lighting – a delight of pattern, design and colour.

They say;

Founded in 2009 by Julia Grant, Winter’s Moon moved into in one of the prettiest shops in Chichester in 2020.

We are an independent gift and homewares shop selling a colourful and interesting mix of vintage, modern, handmade and fair-trade goods. Many items are created exclusively for Winter’s Moon and made here in the UK.

home: featured [ Domestic Science ]

home: featured [ Domestic Science ]

What a delight it was to find this store, nestled on the high st in Tetbury, Cotswolds. Three floors of gorgeous homeware, fashion and stationery.

With three stores in the Cotswolds, Domestic Science offers everything from dinner candles to enamel tableware, vintage metal letters to ceramic vases, and so much more.

There is so much to explore and admire.

Well with a visit if you are in the area, or alternatively head over to their website.

domesticsciencehome.co.uk

home: featured [ Woodmancote Retro ]

home: featured [ Woodmancote Retro ]

Based in Gloucestershire, but also available online, Woodmancote Retro mix midcentury vintage furniture with ethical, sustainable and recycled materials to create new pieces to bring colour and style to any home.

Benches, stools, tables, desks – mixing old and new with great results.

They say;

WOODMANCOTE RETRO is a furniture design company based within the Stroud Valleys in Gloucestershire.

We have a passion for designing and creating beautiful, functional, simple and timeless furniture, that is accessible to all.

We produce tubular steel furniture that is unique and rooted in mid-century design. It’s simplicity stands out, while being versatile and durable enough for a range of interiors. The 10 principles of Dieter Rams pretty much sum up our ethos at Woodmancote Retro.

We are passionate about sourcing and salvaging beautiful local high-quality sustainable hardwoods and recycled plastics. We incorporate these into our furniture design, and by doing so reduce potential landfill and waste. This is why we started doing what we do – and have never looked back.

Our ethos is a commitment to supporting the local circular economy. We collaborate with like-minded suppliers and makers to produce high quality furniture that you will not find on the high street.

home: follow friday [ Mason & Painter ]

home: follow friday [ Mason & Painter ]

Explore the vintage emporium that is Mason & Painter. It’s definitely worth following vintage stores on social media as it’s often the way to see the new pieces come in and get first pick of the latest one off pieces.

Mason & Painter create a haven of treasures to explore with incredible styling ideas and inspiration for your home.

Follow at Mason & Painter on Instagram

home: featured [ the light keeper ]

home: featured [ the light keeper ]

What a unique mix of vintage and vintage-style goods for the home under one roof at The Light Keeper.

Yes, there’s lighting as the core of this beautiful brand, but explore the website or store to find the rest of the curated range of homewares and products that sit along side the vintage and new lighting.

They say;

The Light Keeper was established in 2016 after working for over 30 years in industry ranging from power generation and distribution to corporate infrastructure projects.

I’ve always had a love of lighting and especially a love of vintage and specialty designed illuminations. The Light Keeper now offers some inexpensive but stylish classics to rare and desirable collectables.

home: follow friday [ Wallis ]

We love a good rummage for vintage and antique finds but even better when someone else takes the hard work out of it and comes up with absolute treasures like Wallis.

Their Instagram feed is home to endless gorgeous treasures including lighting, storage, mirrors, small furniture and ceramics.

There’s regular updates, on the feed, of new vintage stock ready to purchase – so follow to catch the perfect vintage homeware that you were looking for.

home: found this [ retro glass vases ]

home: found this [ retro glass vases ]

These retro style glass vases, from Graham and Green are beautiful. The handcrafted, textured coloured glass has a great warm look and would bring interest to a shelf or table.

Clustered in a group, single and they don’t even need anything in them, for them to make a statement feature.

Prices from £32