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Applicata

Applicata

Posted 08/11/2013 November 2013
Applicata work with both emerging and established Danish designers to create a beautifully edited lifestyle collection. Each design has been chosen for its perfect combination of feel, function and colour whilst incorporating a modern twist on its Scandinavian heritage.
Applicata work with both emerging and established Danish designers to create a beautifully edited lifestyle collection. Each design has been chosen for its perfect combination of feel, function and colour whilst incorporating a modern twist on its Scandinavian heritage.


Books

Books

Posted 14/10/2010 October 2010
Cana De Azucar

Cana De Azucar

Posted 22/05/2014 May 2014
Cana de Azucar has worked with the craftsmen of Iraca for the past 8 years. This relationship provides important support to the community and ensures that each and every product is made to the highest quality utilising the artisan skills of the local craftsmen and women. Each basket is made as an individual piece with the colours and patterns varying depending on who has woven it.
Cana de Azucar has worked with the craftsmen of Iraca for the past 8 years. This relationship provides important support to the community and ensures that each and every product is made to the highest quality utilising the artisan skills of the local craftsmen and women. Each basket is made as an individual piece with the colours and patterns varying depending on who has woven it.

This is the beauty of the Cana de Azuca product. Hand dying and weaving techniques result in a truly individual item that is never mass produced.
Caroline Z Hurley

Caroline Z Hurley

Posted 10/06/2014 June 2014
Caroline Z Hurley
Caroline Z Hurley
Colonel

Colonel

Posted 16/04/2014 April 2014
Light wood, cool colours and patterns evoking holiday memories are central to the design aesthetic of new French homeware label, Colonel. Launched in 2012 by Isabelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet, the collection specialises in furniture, lighting and objects, successfully combining traditional French craftsmanship with a fresh modern sensibility.
Light wood, cool colours and patterns evoking holiday memories are central to the design aesthetic of new French homeware label, Colonel. Launched in 2012 by Isabelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet, the collection specialises in furniture, lighting and objects, successfully combining traditional French craftsmanship with a fresh modern sensibility.

Coral And Tusk

Coral And Tusk

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
Designer Stephanie Housley founded Coral & Tusk in 2007 whilst living and working in New York as a textile designer, specialising in woven fabrics. Travels to India and the array of craftsmanship she saw there inspired Housley’s subsequent inimitable handling of colour and surfaces.
Designer Stephanie Housley founded Coral & Tusk in 2007 whilst living and working in New York as a textile designer, specialising in woven fabrics. Travels to India and the array of craftsmanship she saw there inspired Housley’s subsequent inimitable handling of colour and surfaces. The unique hand drawn-look embroidery pieces originate from a drawing or a hand embroidery design which is then scanned and re-drawn in stitch form with software attached to Housley’s embroidery machine, allowing her to maintain her own style of mark-making. “I come from a long line of Appalachian women who were always involved in some type of handiwork. I followed suit, but eventually became interested in finding a way to bring the integrity and special feeling of a ‘hand embroidery’ to a process of mass production”
The Coral and Tusk collection includes embroidered linen tea towels, dolls, badges and headbands and is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Elam

Elam

Posted 07/11/2012 November 2012
Made with love, Elam’s products arose from the desire of a new luxury: the desire of quality and harmony in everyday life. The love of the durable object that can be passed down, which sets its stakes in time and which resists the changes that come with each generation. An object which accompanies us everywhere, that we leaf through with pleasure, that we respect, that we cherish.
Made with love, Elam’s products arose from the desire of a new luxury: the desire of quality and harmony in everyday life. The love of the durable object that can be passed down, which sets its stakes in time and which resists the changes that come with each generation. An object which accompanies us everywhere, that we leaf through with pleasure, that we respect, that we cherish.
Ferm Living

Ferm Living

Posted 14/06/2012 June 2012
Danish brand Ferm Living was originally founded by Trine Andersen as a graphic design company in 2005. However when Anderson was re-decorating her house, she was frustrated by the lack of design-led products and materials available at an affordable price and so decided to make her own. Today, the Ferm Living lifestyle collection extends to cushions, storage and kitchen accessories, tableware and vases, all characterized by  Anderson’s clean lines, sharp patterns and graphic touch.

Danish brand Ferm Living was originally founded by Trine Andersen as a graphic design company in 2005. However when Anderson was re-decorating her house, she was frustrated by the lack of design-led products and materials available at an affordable price and so decided to make her own. Today, the Ferm Living lifestyle collection extends to cushions, storage and kitchen accessories, tableware and vases, all characterized by  Anderson’s clean lines, sharp patterns and graphic touch.

Fig & Yarrow

Fig & Yarrow

Posted 23/07/2014 July 2014
Founded in 2010 by herbalist and psychologist Brandy Monique, Fig + Yarrow is a Colorado-based artisan line of small-batch, handcrafted organic health and beauty products.
Founded in 2010 by herbalist and psychologist Brandy Monique, Fig + Yarrow is a Colorado-based artisan line of small-batch, handcrafted organic health and beauty products.

Born of Monique’s love affair with botanicals and various earth elements, Fig + Yarrow’s unique formulations of natural roots, leaves, flowers, minerals and oils are designed for sensual enjoyment, physical radiance and overall vitality. Likewise, the glass containers that house the products are deliberately simple, non-gender specific, humble and practical, echoing the purity of the products themselves.
Fort Makers

Fort Makers

Posted 19/05/2014 May 2014
Fort Makers is an artist collective that makes functional and interactive art. They create large-scale public art installations, as well as a wide variety of fashion and home products. Each piece reflects the unique hand of the artist and the energy and inspiration of the group. The vast array of objects they’ve made is a reflection of their overall goal; They aim to create a three-dimensional and cohesive, visual world.
Fort Makers is an artist collective that makes functional and interactive art. They create large-scale public art installations, as well as a wide variety of fashion and home products. Each piece reflects the unique hand of the artist and the energy and inspiration of the group. The vast array of objects they’ve made is a reflection of their overall goal; They aim to create a three-dimensional and cohesive, visual world.
Foxford

Foxford

Posted 28/04/2014 April 2014
The Irish woollen mill of Foxford has been an integral part of the community in County Mayo since its inception in 1892. From humble beginnings it is now a thriving mill employing master craftspeople to create its word renowned quality blankets, travel rugs and throws.
The Irish woollen mill of Foxford has been an integral part of the community in County Mayo since its inception in 1892. From humble beginnings it is now a thriving mill employing master craftspeople to create its word renowned quality blankets, travel rugs and throws.
Fresco Towels

Fresco Towels

Posted 16/04/2014 April 2014
Fresco towels are produced by a family of artisans with many years of experience in the craftsmanship of fine textiles. With a mission to create a collection that  will both ‘pamper the body and soul, enabling you to enjoy the same exquisite comfort both at home and outdoors, on any of life’s adventures,’ each towel is made in the USA from the finest Turkish cotton.
Fresco towels are produced by a family of artisans with many years of experience in the craftsmanship of fine textiles. With a mission to create a collection that  will both ‘pamper the body and soul, enabling you to enjoy the same exquisite comfort both at home and outdoors, on any of life’s adventures,’ each towel is made in the USA from the finest Turkish cotton.
Hay

Hay

Posted 17/07/2012 July 2012
Established in 2002, Danish furniture and accessory label Hay create furniture and accessories with more than a nod to the innovative greatness of the 1950s and 1960s but with a contemporary perspective. "We strive to make good design products which are long lasting, affordable and with strong elements of fashion in prints and colours."
Established in 2002, Danish furniture and accessory label Hay create furniture and accessories with more than a nod to the innovative greatness of the 1950s and 1960s but with a contemporary perspective. "We strive to make good design products which are long lasting, affordable and with strong elements of fashion in prints and colours."
Homeware

Homeware

Posted 17/12/2010 December 2010
Couverture home has become synonymous with original, desirable and unexpected products. Chosen for a purity of line and an understated design aesthetic, much of the collection is reminiscent of classic Scandinavian furniture and homeware from the fifties and sixties, and yet all pieces are contemporary, often created by new designers.


Couverture home has become synonymous with original, desirable and unexpected products. Chosen for a purity of line and an understated design aesthetic, much of the collection is reminiscent of classic Scandinavian furniture and homeware from the fifties and sixties, and yet all pieces are contemporary, often created by new designers.

Whether it be hand painted porcelain from Astier de Villatte, individually crocheted rugs from British label Teeny Tini or painstakingly embroidered heart shaped cushions from South Africa, hand crafted details are intrinsic to the beauty of these pieces. Traditional techniques are often re-worked and re-interpreted so that traditional French canework used in the children’s furniture of La Maison de Lena for example, combined with an innovative design ethos, results in a uniquely modern look.

An environmentally friendly consciousness is demonstrated in the exquisite children’s plates from Smiling Planet, made from recycled plastic and with the use of non-toxic inks, whilst elsewhere in store there are softest Danish throws woven from biodynamic merino wool or cute ape shaped hangers from Sweden made entirely from forest waste with a non-toxic organic tint.

Hopewell

Hopewell

Posted 10/06/2014 June 2014
HOPEWELL is the design workshop of Eliza Kenan and Claire Oswalt. The spirit of the studio stems from the Hopewell Exchange System, a Native American trade route through which materials from far and wide were transformed into handmade goods, then traded.
HOPEWELL is the design workshop of Eliza Kenan and Claire Oswalt. The spirit of the studio stems from the Hopewell Exchange System, a Native American trade route through which materials from far and wide were transformed into handmade goods, then traded.

Eliza, an art director, and Claire, a fine artist, came together with a simple idea: combine skills to make new products, all of which bear the artisan's mark. Growing up in the studios of engineers and painters, they carry a deep respect for the crafts. Between the two, Eliza and Claire have experience in woodworking, ceramics, sculpting, knitting, quilting, and painting. Eliza grew up in New York City and rural New Jersey. She received her Bachelors in Architecture at The Cooper Union, then continued down a path of creative endeavours working as an architectural designer, seamstress, and most prominently as an art director for film and animation. Non-professionally Eliza has been a quilter for 11 years. She proudly continues a family tradition of quilting that dates back to her 18th century Indiana Quaker roots.

Claire, a seventh generation Texan from Austin studied creative writing and fine art at USC. She is the third generation of painters in her family. Visits to her grandparents' studio in the hillcountry created lasting memories that greatly influence her work today. Her grandfather assembled stained glass and woven textiles on the loom, while her grandmother filled the floor above with canvases of Texas wildflowers and landscapes. Claire's work has been widely shown, most recently in Los Angeles and Marfa, Texas. She was the 2011 recipient of The Peter S. Reed Foundation grant, and has recently finished a collection of paintings for The Line Hotel in Los Angeles.

HOPEWELL has been a business in the making for some time, hatched out of a long friendship between Eliza and Claire. They met in 2002 at a picnic in Central Park, and they continue to have picnics with their husbands and children in the Hollywood Hills.
House of Rym

House of Rym

Posted 13/06/2012 June 2012
House of Rym homeware collection was founded by Tunisian designers, Rym Tounsi and Zied Youssef who, through a shared passion for their cultural heritage, wanted to make it available to a wider audience.
House of Rym homeware collection was founded by Tunisian designers, Rym Tounsi and Zied Youssef who, through a shared passion for their cultural heritage, wanted to make it available to a wider audience.

Working together with Swedish Designers Anna Backlund and Elisabeth Dunker, House of Rym has successfully married ancient Tunisian hand craft with contemporary Scandinavian design, resulting in a collection of porcelain tableware with intriguing aesthetics.
Ikou Tschuss

Ikou Tschuss

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Innovative knitwear and accessory label Ikou Tschuss was launched in 2006, the result of a creative collaboration between stylist Guya Marini and artist’s assistant Carmen D’Apollonia. The name “Ikou” stems from the Japanese for “Let Go” and “Tschuss” from the Swiss German for “Bye Bye.”
Innovative knitwear and accessory label Ikou Tschuss was launched in 2006, the result of a creative collaboration between stylist Guya Marini and artist’s assistant Carmen D’Apollonia. The name “Ikou” stems from the Japanese for “Let Go” and “Tschuss” from the Swiss German for “Bye Bye.”

The inspiration for the label’s signature crochet trimmed silk scarves originated from when Carmen lost her own scarf whilst riding her bicycle one day. The duo’s solution was to use their knitting expertise to weigh down the silk scarf’s edges, resulting in the subsequent birth of their trademark piece.

The collection for Autumn Winter 2011 includes hand knitted oversized boyfriend jumpers with heart motifs, fun mittens and bobble hats and plain or printed scarves with Ikou Tschuss' crocheted edging of chunky yarns and brightly hued recycled threads.

Juniper Ridge

Juniper Ridge

Posted 12/08/2013 August 2013
Juniper Ridge believes real fragrance, the kind that comes from plants, trees, moss and wild herbs, rearranges your insides and takes you away to the quietness of the wilderness - clearing a trail in the mountains above Big Sur, a campfire in the Mojave desert, hiking in the Sierra with the smell of winter right around the corner...

Juniper Ridge believes real fragrance, the kind that comes from plants, trees, moss and wild herbs, rearranges your insides and takes you away to the quietness of the wilderness - clearing a trail in the mountains above Big Sur, a campfire in the Mojave desert, hiking in the Sierra with the smell of winter right around the corner...


They are the only company in the world extracting and formulating 100% real, plant-based fragrances. The only one. 100 years ago any of the big perfume houses in Paris could have made that claim. They used to work
with real plants, but they gave it up a long time ago. Juniper Ridge are doing it the old fashioned way from start to finish in their Oakland, California workshop.
Kauniste

Kauniste

Posted 06/06/2012 June 2012
Swedish brand Kauniste work with young Scandinavian artists, illustrators and graphic designers to create fresh, beautiful patterns that are then incorporated into a range of screen-printed homewares and accessories.
Swedish brand Kauniste work with young Scandinavian artists, illustrators and graphic designers to create fresh, beautiful patterns that are then incorporated into a range of screen-printed homewares and accessories.

Using only solvent-free inks and linen mix fabrics, the Kauniste collection includes cushions, tea towels and tote bags. “We want to make patterns and products that last and keep bringing joy to our home past seasonal trends.”
Klaus Happaniemi

Klaus Happaniemi

Posted 03/07/2013 July 2013
Finnish-born, London-based artist Klaus Haapaniemi collaborated with designer Mia Wallenius to found a design studio together in 2010. Focusing on Klaus Haapaniemi textile collection, their aesthetic is influenced by nature, Finnish folklore, fantasy and traditional decorative arts but is modern in style and execution.

Finnish-born, London-based artist Klaus Haapaniemi collaborated with designer Mia Wallenius to found a design studio together in 2010. Focusing on Klaus Haapaniemi textile collection, their aesthetic is influenced by nature, Finnish folklore, fantasy and traditional decorative arts but is modern in style and execution. 

One of Britain’s leading fashion illustrators, Haapaniemi’s background includes designing garment prints for Diesel, Levi’s, Dolce & Gabbana and Cacharel, while Wallenius has worked extensively as art director for fashion companies. Together their aim is to create lasting textile products in luxurious natural materials combining traditional weaving techniques with unique prints and sophisticated colours.

I believe in magic and hope that people who look at my designs are pulled away from everyday life a little bit.” – Klaus Haapaniemi.

Land By Land

Land By Land

Posted 10/06/2014 June 2014
Based on their philosophy, “A Touch of Luxury," The LAND By LAND collection provides the highest quality products using only the finest ingredients. Using 100% natural ingredients and carefully blended fragrances, LAND by LAND was born. Each product is handmade at their New York atelier, using natural beeswax, vegetable waxes and oils, natural fragrance oils, pure essential oils, and 100% cotton wicks so our candles are long lasting and clean burning.
Based on their philosophy, “A Touch of Luxury," The LAND By LAND collection provides the highest quality products using only the finest ingredients. Using 100% natural ingredients and carefully blended fragrances, LAND by LAND was born. Each product is handmade at their New York atelier, using natural beeswax, vegetable waxes and oils, natural fragrance oils, pure essential oils, and 100% cotton wicks so our candles are long lasting and clean burning.
Lucky Boy Sunday

Lucky Boy Sunday

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Lucky Boy Sunday is a brand of modern luxury knitted art toys and soft furnishings for the home, inspired by an artistic take on the world of children. The brand’s Danish designers, Camilla Koerschen and Camilla Ebdrup, are highly creative textile designers with backgrounds in fashion and art, who founded their studio in 2007.
Lucky Boy Sunday is a brand of modern luxury knitted art toys and soft furnishings for the home, inspired by an artistic take on the world of children. The brand’s Danish designers, Camilla Koerschen and Camilla Ebdrup, are highly creative textile designers with backgrounds in fashion and art, who founded their studio in 2007.

Their work magically straddles the worlds of adults and children, the everyday and the unusual, bringing a poetic, artistic sensibility to both the living room and the nursery. Their iconic dolls, cushions, baby blankets, rattles and play houses harmoniously bring together the worlds of fashion and art in a way that speaks to both adults and children.

All Lucky Boy Sunday’s designs are manufactured in Bolivia, where alpaca have been bred for their precious wool for centuries. All items are knitted in cooperatives working under the fair trade principle, using only the highest grade wool, which is as valuable and as soft as cashmere. Their designs are made to both withstand the rigours of child’s play and look stunning in an adult’s environment.

Quality and function, originality and familiarity, poetry and playfulness are all in harmony in the work of this exceptional brand. Lucky Boy Sunday’s heirloom-quality designs have graced the cover of Milk magazine in France and are sold in design shops and the hippest children’s concept stores from Paris to Barcelona, Tokyo to Sydney, who are charmed by Camilla and Camilla’s unique, artistic take on the world.

Mae Engelgeer

Mae Engelgeer

Posted 13/06/2012 June 2012
Dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer launched her eponymous label in 2008, having studied applied arts, textiles and styling. From the outset her collection has garnered a loyal following amongst the design cognoscenti and Engelgeer’s work is characterised by sharp graphic designs and punchy colours. “Bright colours in combination with patterns is really Mae… I want my designs to be a piece of art in any interior, so they have to stand out!”
Dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer launched her eponymous label in 2008, having studied applied arts, textiles and styling. From the outset her collection has garnered a loyal following amongst the design cognoscenti and Engelgeer’s work is characterised by sharp graphic designs and punchy colours. “Bright colours in combination with patterns is really Mae… I want my designs to be a piece of art in any interior, so they have to stand out!”
Marika Giacinti

Marika Giacinti

Posted 05/04/2013 April 2013
With a successful background in textile illustration, it wasn’t until 2011 that Parisian designer Marika Giacinti decided to share her passion for colours and materials by launching her own label.

Inspired by travels to exotic climbs and her studies in textiles and iconography, Giacinti incorporates timeless elements such as zig zag patterns and ikat techniques into her label, injecting a sense of frivolity with fringe detailing or the handmade pom poms that have become her signature. The cushions are a testament to time-honoured craftsmanship, with each piece made in limited runs in Giacinti’s native France where she employs the skills of a traditional linen workshop. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, Giancinti says, “There’s a cushion for everyone’s taste!”
With a successful background in textile illustration, it wasn’t until 2011 that Parisian designer Marika Giacinti decided to share her passion for colours and materials by launching her own label.

Inspired by travels to exotic climbs and her studies in textiles and iconography, Giacinti incorporates timeless elements such as zig zag patterns and ikat techniques into her label, injecting a sense of frivolity with fringe detailing or the handmade pom poms that have become her signature. The cushions are a testament to time-honoured craftsmanship, with each piece made in limited runs in Giacinti’s native France where she employs the skills of a traditional linen workshop. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, Giancinti says, “There’s a cushion for everyone’s taste!”
Marion Fortat

Marion Fortat

Posted 22/11/2013 November 2013

Danish designer Marion Fortat creates glass objects for the home, choosing to hand make every piece in Copenhagen. “I find inspiration when I work in direct contact with glass. I want to be surprised along the making process. I am deeply fascinated by the physical transformation of glass, which in its conversion from amorphous to solid reveals the craftsman’s work.”

Danish designer Marion Fortat creates glass objects for the home, choosing to hand make every piece in Copenhagen. “I find inspiration when I work in direct contact with glass. I want to be surprised along the making process. I am deeply fascinated by the physical transformation of glass, which in its conversion from amorphous to solid reveals the craftsman’s work.”

Meri Meri

Meri Meri

Posted 08/05/2014 May 2014
It began in Los Angeles in 1985, Meredithe (who's childhood nickname was Meri Meri) was sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors and pens, and a BIG pot of glitter. The first cards were made that way.

The magic began . Local Stationery stores in Los Angeles loved those cards and asked for more. One kitchen table and one pair of scissors wasn't enough. Lots of kitchen tables and an ENORMOUS pot of glitter was needed.
Then, in 1987, they presented their little range of handmade cards at the National Stationery Show in New York. The response was phenomenal. Pretty soon there were major stores like Bergdorf Goodman taking on the range for their Christmas season. More kitchen tables and GREAT BIG SACKS of glitter!
It began in Los Angeles in 1985, Meredithe (who's childhood nickname was Meri Meri) was sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors and pens, and a BIG pot of glitter. The first cards were made that way.

The magic began . Local Stationery stores in Los Angeles loved those cards and asked for more. One kitchen table and one pair of scissors wasn't enough. Lots of kitchen tables and an ENORMOUS pot of glitter was needed.
Then, in 1987, they presented their little range of handmade cards at the National Stationery Show in New York. The response was phenomenal. Pretty soon there were major stores like Bergdorf Goodman taking on the range for their Christmas season. More kitchen tables and GREAT BIG SACKS of glitter!

The company grew from that little network of Moms working from home from Meredithe's designs and direction.
How it is now . . . they don't design on kitchen tables anymore. Instead working in studios in a 400 year old building, overlooking an ancient churchyard in a little town called Cheltenham, 1 hour west of London, England.
These days Meredithe heads a studio of twenty designers and artworkers and Meri Meri products are sold all over the world. Life is a little busier than it used to be.  Working on lots of new projects, from their traditional cards and invitations, bakeware, gifts, partyware and so much more!
Meyer Lavigne

Meyer Lavigne

Posted 15/10/2012 October 2012
Meyer Lavigne is a Danish design collective founded by Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne, graduates in Ceramics and Glass Design from Denmark’s School of Design. They create a variety of products for the home including the ‘Flower Me Happy Pots’ - a collection of vases and flower pots. With names such as Esmaralda, Henrietta, Alfonso, Lotta and Frede, each pot or vase sports a different personality, their expression and hairstyle changing according to whatever plant they are hosting. Flower Me Happy are created in cast porcelain and decorated with hand drawn motifs as “a celebration of nature and an appreciation of life. We hope that their presence will remind us to be present in the moment and appreciate everyday life.”
Meyer Lavigne is a Danish design collective founded by Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne, graduates in Ceramics and Glass Design from Denmark’s School of Design. They create a variety of products for the home including the ‘Flower Me Happy Pots’ - a collection of vases and flower pots. With names such as Esmaralda, Henrietta, Alfonso, Lotta and Frede, each pot or vase sports a different personality, their expression and hairstyle changing according to whatever plant they are hosting. Flower Me Happy are created in cast porcelain and decorated with hand drawn motifs as “a celebration of nature and an appreciation of life. We hope that their presence will remind us to be present in the moment and appreciate everyday life.”
Miga De Pan

Miga De Pan

Posted 05/11/2012 November 2012
Miga de Pan is a range of crocheted toys and homeware, handmade in Argentina. Incorporating soft colour palettes with curious characters, the line of dolls, blankets and cushions is made in natural materials and according to traditional handwork techniques. Designer Adriana Torres crafts her collection with a group of women in Buenos Aires, trained by herself.
Miga de Pan is a range of crocheted toys and homeware, handmade in Argentina. Incorporating soft colour palettes with curious characters, the line of dolls, blankets and cushions is made in natural materials and according to traditional handwork techniques. Designer Adriana Torres crafts her collection with a group of women in Buenos Aires, trained by herself.
Minä Perhonen

Minä Perhonen

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Minä Perhonen was launched in 1995, the brainchild of Japanese clothing and textile designer Akira Minagawa. The name originates from Finnish; with Minagawa being heavily influenced by the lifestyle and culture of the Scandinavian country; and translates as ‘I Butterfly’, a reference to his wish to “make many beautiful designs like those of butterflies’ wings”. 

The design process begins with sketches which are then made into original fabrics, each Minä Perhonen collection being built upon the principle of durable design with an aesthetic merit independent of seasonal trends.
Minä Perhonen was launched in 1995, the brainchild of Japanese clothing and textile designer Akira Minagawa. The name originates from Finnish; with Minagawa being heavily influenced by the lifestyle and culture of the Scandinavian country; and translates as ‘I Butterfly’, a reference to his wish to “make many beautiful designs like those of butterflies’ wings”. 

The design process begins with sketches which are then made into original fabrics, each Minä Perhonen collection being built upon the principle of durable design with an aesthetic merit independent of seasonal trends. Characterised by an inherently feminine and naïve style and impeccable attention to detail; buttons are often individually hand finished, hems intricately scalloped; Minagawa’s timeless designs combine Scandinavian and Japanese influences to unique effect.



Minä Perhonen is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.


Nomess

Nomess

Posted 17/12/2013 December 2013
Nordic label Nomess Copenhagen create beautiful objects and stationary designed to bring order to today’s busy lives. As the name implies, each item is the perfect combination of simplicity and usefulness, often with a delicate use of colour.

Oeuf

Oeuf

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan, a French American husband and wife team, launched New York children’s label Oeuf (pronounced UH-F, meaning ‘egg’ in French) after the birth of their first child in 2002.
Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan, a French American husband and wife team, launched New York children’s label Oeuf (pronounced UH-F, meaning ‘egg’ in French) after the birth of their first child in 2002.

Motivated by a desire to create design conscious and environmentally friendly pieces for the modern nursery, Oeuf focuses on the three key principles of quality, practicality and functionality. “Oeuf’s mission is to make good design available to as many people as possible while having a minimum impact on the environment.” Hence the super soft luxurious natural alpaca fibre they use in their knits are lanolin free and a renewable source whilst the sale of every Oeuf item helps to provide healthcare and education for the children of the women who hand knit each of these pieces in Bolivia. 
Once Milano

Once Milano

Posted 26/06/2014 June 2014
Once Milano is a small Italian luxury linen company. They strongly believe in the tradition of hand crafted Italian textiles and are dedicated to bringing its tradition to the creation of their unique home linen. Their skilled craftsmen make exclusive embroideries and monograms for the collections and believe in the joy that their linen with bring to peoples everyday life.
Once Milano is a small Italian luxury linen company. They strongly believe in the tradition of hand crafted Italian textiles and are dedicated to bringing its tradition to the creation of their unique home linen. Their skilled craftsmen make exclusive embroideries and monograms for the collections and believe in the joy that their linen with bring to peoples everyday life.
Papier Tigre

Papier Tigre

Posted 25/03/2014 March 2014
Papier Tigre is a Parisian stationary label.  Remaining true to their heritage, the collection is designed and made in France, using recycled paper and only the highest quality materials to enhance their modern, graphic designs. Firmly believing in a more personal way of documenting life’s moments,  Papier Tigre champion more traditional ways of mark making and communication, “Instead of tapping on your keyboard, go back to notes and doodles on nice paper!”
Papier Tigre is a Parisian stationary label.  Remaining true to their heritage, the collection is designed and made in France, using recycled paper and only the highest quality materials to enhance their modern, graphic designs. Firmly believing in a more personal way of documenting life’s moments,  Papier Tigre champion more traditional ways of mark making and communication, “Instead of tapping on your keyboard, go back to notes and doodles on nice paper!”
Pop Up Shop

Pop Up Shop

Posted 16/03/2011 March 2011

Pop Up Shop, the Danish clothing company founded in 2007 that term their work ‘organic agriculture’, are pioneers of timeless organic clothing. Their muted colour palette of nude, off white, grey and black lends itself perfectly to Pop Up Shop’s simple shapes. 

Pop Up Shop, the Danish clothing company founded in 2007 that term their work ‘organic agriculture’, are pioneers of timeless organic clothing. Their muted colour palette of nude, off white, grey and black lends itself perfectly to Pop Up Shop’s simple shapes. 

Classic long and short sleeved tees and jersey wear made from sustainable fabrics are perfect wardrobe staples for both women and children, whilst the women’s underwear collection incorporating boyish pants, vests and bra tops in softest knitted organic bamboo is the ultimate in pared down chic. “Our passion is to make everlasting basic wear both sustainably and high on quality. Our aim is to create timeless organics.”

Praxis Design

Praxis Design

Posted 08/01/2013 January 2013
Praxis is a design and manufacturing company with a commitment to quality production. Objects in their collection are functional and useful on a day to day basis.  They work with European designers with respect and understanding to produce unique stylish items. Praxis’ collection includes a diverse range of products from desktop items and personal gadgets to household utilities and travel accessories, bringing style and function into your daily life.
Praxis is a design and manufacturing company with a commitment to quality production. Objects in their collection are functional and useful on a day to day basis.  They work with European designers with respect and understanding to produce unique stylish items. Praxis’ collection includes a diverse range of products from desktop items and personal gadgets to household utilities and travel accessories, bringing style and function into your daily life.
Public Supply

Public Supply

Posted 14/08/2014 August 2014
Public Supply was founded by 4 friends with a shared passion for design and the belief that every student has the right to an arts education. Encouraging creativity whether it be painting, acting, singing, writing or even coding, is as important as traditional academics in helping young students to develop critical thinking, communication skills and confidence. Sadly due to more and more budget cuts, smaller funding to schools often result in cuts to the resources devoted to creative arts. This is why Public - Supply channel 25% of their profits from every sale to teachers in high-need classrooms, to use for projects to drive creativity.
Public - Supply was founded by 4 friends with a shared passion for design and the belief that every student has the right to an arts education. Encouraging creativity whether it be painting, acting, singing, writing or even coding, is as important as traditional academics in helping young students to develop critical thinking, communication skills and confidence. Sadly due to more and more budget cuts, smaller funding to schools often result in cuts to the resources devoted to creative arts. This is why Public - Supply channel 25% of their profits from every sale to teachers in high-need classrooms, to use for projects to drive creativity.

Public Supply produce responsibly sourced, well crafted writing, art and office essentials. All design work on their products is done in Brooklyn, New York, and all products are sustainably sourced in the United States.
Ratzer

Ratzer

Posted 12/06/2012 June 2012
Jensen’s timeless designs include hand dipped artisan wooden bowls that are both beautiful and functional. Colours are inspired by the natural landscape and may, for example, include the green of fresh grass or the blue of sparkling tropical waters.
Jensen’s timeless designs include hand dipped artisan wooden bowls that are both beautiful and functional. Colours are inspired by the natural landscape and may, for example, include the green of fresh grass or the blue of sparkling tropical waters.
Rebecca Atwood

Rebecca Atwood

Posted 20/05/2013 May 2013
Brooklyn based designer and artist Rebecca Atwood values and believes in the process of making.
Her original collection of home textiles focuses on the artistic process.  Blending traditional textile techniques and hand painting, Rebecca creates products that are both simple and luxurious.  The line is deeply rooted in Rebecca’s everyday observations of her life in Brooklyn as well as her personal history - growing up on Cape Cod surrounded by the ocean, antiques and the family restaurant.  Behind each design is a story drawn from her collection of family heirlooms, textures found in nature, vintage patterns discovered at the flea market, inspired colour combinations from world travels or a composition from her sketchbook.
Brooklyn based designer and artist Rebecca Atwood values and believes in the process of making.
Her original collection of home textiles focuses on the artistic process.  Blending traditional textile techniques and hand painting, Rebecca creates products that are both simple and luxurious.  The line is deeply rooted in Rebecca’s everyday observations of her life in Brooklyn as well as her personal history - growing up on Cape Cod surrounded by the ocean, antiques and the family restaurant.  Behind each design is a story drawn from her collection of family heirlooms, textures found in nature, vintage patterns discovered at the flea market, inspired colour combinations from world travels or a composition from her sketchbook. These experiences and collections are layered together to inspire pieces that are thoughtfully crafted and casually elegant.
Rebecca received her BFA in painting from Rhode Island School of Design and began her career at Anthropologie.  Since then, she has worked with major retailers in both the United States and United Kingdom creating home product collections and consulting on trends and design.
Safomasi

Safomasi

Posted 20/05/2014 May 2014
In December 2010 Sarah Fotheringham and Maninder Singh both found themselves living in Delhi. Maninder had recently moved back after living in Melbourne, and Sarah had left London, having got a job as an art director with Wieden + Kennedy Delhi. A chance meeting at a photoshoot led to a Boxing Day date, and the start of a many nights of planning. Driven by a love of beautiful things and a desire to work and travel together, in 2012, designer homeware brand Safomasi was born.
In December 2010 Sarah Fotheringham and Maninder Singh both found themselves living in Delhi. Maninder had recently moved back after living in Melbourne, and Sarah had left London, having got a job as an art director with Wieden + Kennedy Delhi. A chance meeting at a photoshoot led to a Boxing Day date, and the start of a many nights of planning. Driven by a love of beautiful things and a desire to work and travel together, in 2012, designer homeware brand Safomasi was born.

With Sarah’s background as an artist and illustrator and Maninder’s experience in fashion and production, they are inspired by both the everyday and the exotic. Their contemporary prints are the result of a mix of cultures and influences, observed and absorbed from their travels all over the world. Every single product is hand made and totally unique, and tells the story of a journey, through gorgeous colour combinations and a distinct illustrative style, with the aim of bringing joy and a small part of their colourful world into your home.
After just over a year in business, they were proud to win in the Bedroom category at the Elle Deco International Design Awards, India 2013 for their Camel Traders print.
Serax

Serax

Posted 20/05/2014 May 2014
Serax as a brand stands for innovative and affordable design. To continue to guarantee innovation and creativity Serax works with leading designers from Belgium and abroad, such as Marie Michielssen, Roel Vandebeek, Moniek Vanden Berghe and Roos van de Velde. Over the years, Serax has become the go-to name in the decoration sector.
Serax as a brand stands for innovative and affordable design. To continue to guarantee innovation and creativity Serax works with leading designers from Belgium and abroad, such as Marie Michielssen, Roel Vandebeek, Moniek Vanden Berghe and Roos van de Velde. Over the years, Serax has become the go-to name in the decoration sector.
Skultuna

Skultuna

Posted 19/11/2013 November 2013
Established in 1607, Swedish company Skultuna holds a royal warrant to H. M. The King of Sweden and produces fine metal objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and special occasions.
Established in 1607, Swedish company Skultuna holds a royal warrant to H. M. The King of Sweden and produces fine metal objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and special occasions.
Sowden

Sowden

Posted 18/10/2013 October 2013
Leeds-born veteran designer George Sowden developed his signature homeware brand ‘Sowden’ after three decades of experience working with product design stalwarts Olivetti, Alessi, and Pyrex. With an aim to become ‘a benchmark for usefulness’, functionality is integral to the Sowden design identity and products typically combine cutting-edge production technology with thoughtful practicality and simplistic aesthetics.
Leeds-born veteran designer George Sowden developed his signature homeware brand ‘Sowden’ after three decades of experience working with product design stalwarts Olivetti, Alessi, and Pyrex. With an aim to become ‘a benchmark for usefulness’, functionality is integral to the Sowden design identity and products typically combine cutting-edge production technology with thoughtful practicality and simplistic aesthetics.
Studio Arhoj

Studio Arhoj

Posted 20/05/2014 May 2014
Located by the harbour in Copenhagen, Studio Arhoj is a Danish interior & design studio run by Anders Arhoj.
Originally founded in Tokyo in 2006, Studio Arhoj is now based in Denmark. In addition to exploring the relationship between Scandinavian simplicity and traditional Japanese culture they are interested in keeping alive traditions and knowledge about old crafts such as wheel throwing and glaze construction. 
Located by the harbour in Copenhagen, Studio Arhoj is a Danish interior & design studio run by Anders Arhoj.
Originally founded in Tokyo in 2006, Studio Arhoj is now based in Denmark. In addition to exploring the relationship between Scandinavian simplicity and traditional Japanese culture they are interested in keeping alive traditions and knowledge about old crafts such as wheel throwing and glaze construction.  

Arhoj is in love with the honesty of clay, glaze and the magic that one set of human hands can produce, creating objects that are both affordable and unique.
Suki Cheema

Suki Cheema

Posted 07/01/2011 January 2011
Suki Cheema launched his eponymous homeware and accessories label in 2010. With each collection themed around a destination, cushions, rugs, throws and bags feature hand silk-screened prints based on images from Cheema’s travels.  “I grew up playing with fabrics in my parents’ clothing factory. I had an artistic streak as a child, and later on I studied fine arts. Instead of using canvases, I painted on fabrics.”
Suki Cheema launched his eponymous homeware and accessories label in 2010. With each collection themed around a destination, cushions, rugs, throws and bags feature hand silk-screened prints based on images from Cheema’s travels.  “I grew up playing with fabrics in my parents’ clothing factory. I had an artistic streak as a child, and later on I studied fine arts. Instead of using canvases, I painted on fabrics.”
Tas-Ka

Tas-Ka

Posted 16/01/2013 January 2013
Jantien Baas and Hester Worst, graduates of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, launched design company Tas-Ka in 2004. The Czech translation for ‘handbag’ - the mainstay of their initial collection - Tas-Ka now includes a selection of homewares as well as fashion accessories and textiles. Inspired by the likes of Marimmekko and Dutch stylist Frank Visser of Apartemento and Milk magazine, the pair consciously choose natural fabrics for all their products and actively support fair trade with all items being produced locally in the Netherlands. “We think it is our responsibility to be sure that our products are made in good working conditions, we also think it is important to stimulate local economy…We try to support old craftsmanship as much as we can so there will be a new generation of people to transform traditional crafts and so the crafts will stay."
Jantien Baas and Hester Worst, graduates of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, launched design company Tas-Ka in 2004. The Czech translation for ‘handbag’ - the mainstay of their initial collection - Tas-Ka now includes a selection of homewares as well as fashion accessories and textiles. Inspired by the likes of Marimmekko and Dutch stylist Frank Visser of Apartemento and Milk magazine, the pair consciously choose natural fabrics for all their products and actively support fair trade with all items being produced locally in the Netherlands. “We think it is our responsibility to be sure that our products are made in good working conditions, we also think it is important to stimulate local economy…We try to support old craftsmanship as much as we can so there will be a new generation of people to transform traditional crafts and so the crafts will stay.

Tas-Ka is exclusive to Couverture in London.
Terrapin

Terrapin

Posted 09/04/2013 April 2013
For nearly a century, Terrapin Stationers have produced some of the finest engraved and embossed stationery in New York (or anywhere, for that matter). Family-run for years by husband-and-wife team Lloyd and Cathy Harrington, the company has managed to weather everything from the advent of the fax machine to the ubiquity of email. Now, Cathy and son Ted are at the helm, keeping things going with a line of note cards, calling cards, and more that deftly blend old school charm and modern irreverence — think engraved “WTF?” monograms sitting comfortably next to classic hunting club crests.
For nearly a century, Terrapin Stationers have produced some of the finest engraved and embossed stationery in New York (or anywhere, for that matter). Family-run for years by husband-and-wife team Lloyd and Cathy Harrington, the company has managed to weather everything from the advent of the fax machine to the ubiquity of email. Now, Cathy and son Ted are at the helm, keeping things going with a line of note cards, calling cards, and more that deftly blend old school charm and modern irreverence — think engraved “WTF?” monograms sitting comfortably next to classic hunting club crests. Everything is made from the highest quality cotton and card stock, then exactingly pressed to form the sharply defined, raised impressions that have made engraving the preferred method of high-end printing for centuries. You want the best stationery? You just found it.
The Awesome Project

The Awesome Project

Posted 29/04/2013 April 2013
The Awesome Project is an experimental initiative of two creative friends, illustrator Madalina Andronic and designer Claudiu Stefan. Both Romanian born, the pair stay true to their roots citing traditional Romanian heritage and the beauty of its decorations as their main influence. Their aim is to produce limited edition porcelain objects and jewellery that are all simply unique. All the pieces are designed and hand-decorated individually, using high-fired porcelain, underglaze colours and stoneware glazes.

The Awesome Project is an experimental initiative of two creative friends, illustrator Madalina Andronic and designer Claudiu Stefan. Both Romanian born, the pair stay true to their roots citing traditional Romanian heritage and the beauty of its decorations as their main influence. Their aim is to produce limited edition porcelain objects and jewellery that are all simply unique. All the pieces are designed and hand-decorated individually, using high-fired porcelain, underglaze colours and stoneware glazes.

Uchino

Uchino

Posted 01/11/2012 November 2012
Japanese homeware label Uchino has been producing ecological friendly towels and wash accessories since the 1930s.
Japanese homeware label Uchino has been producing ecological friendly towels and wash accessories since the 1930s. Made exclusively from organic cotton and often using natural dyes from herb and plant extracts, innovative weave techniques enable smooth gentle gauze to be combined with soft absorbent pile, making each item light and soft, ideal for everyday use as well as for travel.

Uchino is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Wind & Willow

Wind & Willow

Posted 12/06/2012 June 2012
Having spent her formative years growing up along the shores of Lake Superior in Minnesota, it seems only natural that Designer Araya Jensen’s modern houseware collection, ‘Wind & Willow Home’, should be inspired by nature.
Having spent her formative years growing up along the shores of Lake Superior in Minnesota, it seems only natural that Designer Araya Jensen’s modern houseware collection, ‘Wind & Willow Home’, should be inspired by nature.

Jensen’s timeless designs include hand dipped artisan wooden bowls that are both beautiful and functional. Colours are inspired by the natural landscape and may, for example, include the green of fresh grass or the blue of sparkling tropical waters.

Wind and Willow Home is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
  • Public Supply
    Dotted Notebook Green 02
  • Public Supply
    Dotted Notebook Kraft
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Black 01
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Black 02
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Black 03
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Blue 01
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Blue 02
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Blue 03
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Green 01
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Red 01
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Red 02
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Red 03
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Yellow 01
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Yellow 02
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Yellow 03
  • Public Supply
    Ruled Notebook Green 03
  • Oeuf
    Apple Pillow White & Indigo Dots
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Balm And Salve Kit Multi
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Smelling Salts White
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Atmosphere Mist Geranium
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Atmosphere Mist Juniper
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Atmosphere Mist Lavender
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Rose And Vanilla Lip Blush Rose
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Alpine Pumice Foot Treatment Green
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Floral Milk Bath White
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Pink Love Salts Pink
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Bath & Body Oil Meadow
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Bath & Body Oil Wood
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Bath & Body Oil Meadow
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Bath & Body Oil Wood
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Botanical Facial Steam Botanical
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Clay Face Mask Green
  • Fig & Yarrow
    Clay Face Mask Red
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Flock Tea Towel Grey
  • Ferm Living
    Half Moon Basket White & Black
  • Ferm Living
    Brass Cup Matt
  • Ferm Living
    Mini Triangle Cushion White
  • Uchino
    Wash Cloth Sashiko
  • Uchino
    Hand Towel Sashiko
  • Uchino
    Bath Towel Sashiko
  • Uchino
    Wash Cloth Japanese Hishi
  • Uchino
    Hand Towel Japanese Hishi
  • Uchino
    Bath Towel Japanese Hishi
  • Uchino
    Wash Cloth Blue Dot
  • Uchino
    Hand Towel Blue Dot
  • Uchino
    Bath Towel Blue Dot
  • Uchino
    Wide Bath Towel Blue
  • Kauniste
    Botanica Cushion Multi
  • Suki Cheema
    Chandi Cushion Fushia
  • Suki Cheema
    Chandi Cushion Yellow
  • Serax
    Set Of 4 Straw Baskets Orange
  • Serax
    Set Of 4 Straw Baskets Grey
  • Cana De Azucar
    Basket Sky Blue
  • Cana De Azucar
    Basket Pink
  • Cana De Azucar
    Basket Multi Sky Blue
  • Cana De Azucar
    Set Of 3 Baskets Caiman Pink
  • Safomasi
    Palm Tea Towel Set Mint & Sand
  • Ferm Living
    Hexagon Pot Large Brass
  • Cana De Azucar
    Bowl Orange
  • Cana De Azucar
    Bowl Green
  • Cana De Azucar
    Set Of 2 Baskets Caiman Blue
  • Studio Arhoj
    Chawan Stoneware Bowl Plankton Green & Brown Clay
  • Studio Arhoj
    Chawan Stoneware Bowl Sun Yellow & Mix Clay
  • Studio Arhoj
    Chawan Stoneware Bowl Yves Klein Blue & Mix Clay
  • Once Milano
    Linen Throw Mustard
  • Once Milano
    Linen Throw Pink
  • Caroline Z Hurley
    Peach Linen Throw With Red Triangles Peach & Red
  • Caroline Z Hurley
    Khaki Linen Blanket Red Triple Triangles Khaki & Red
  • Caroline Z Hurley
    Mint Linen Throw Black Circles Mint & Black
  • Caroline Z Hurley
    Peach Linen Throw Black Square Drops Peach & Black
  • Hopewell
    Cat Pillow Blue
  • Hopewell
    Cat Pillow Pink & Green
  • Hopewell
    Little Ohio Quilt Multi
  • Hopewell
    Broadwalk Quilt Multi
  • Hopewell
    New Courthouse Summer Heirloom Quilt Emerald, Melon & Peach
  • Land By Land
    Senses Incense SE 32
  • Land By Land
    Senses Incense SE64
  • Land By Land
    Senses Incense SE77
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Rose
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Verbana
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Geranium
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Bergamot
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Oak
  • Land By Land
    Scents Of Land Candle Pomelo
  • Land By Land
    Travel By Land Candle Rose
  • Land By Land
    Travel By Land Candle Verbana
  • Land By Land
    Travel By Land Candle Oak
  • Studio Arhoj
    The Little Ghost Light White
  • Meri Meri
    Owl Cookie Cutter Owl
  • Meri Meri
    Sausage Dog Cookie Cutter Dog
  • Meri Meri
    Pretty Birdies Cupcake Kit Multi
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Cake Flags Multi
  • House of Rym
    Oh What A Friendly Face Cup Brown
  • House of Rym
    Oh What A Friendly Face Cup Rose
  • House of Rym
    Oh What A Friendly Face Cup Yellow
  • Fort Makers
    Silk Hand Printed Square Cushion Green, Black & White
  • Fort Makers
    Silk Hand Printed Square Cushion Red, Olive & Blue
  • Fort Makers
    Silk Hand Printed Rectangle Cushion Green, Black & White
  • Fort Makers
    Silk Hand Printed Rectangle Cushion Red, Olive & Blue
  • Fort Makers
    Hand Printed Square Cushion Fushia Mountains
  • Books
    Dogs Best In Show Trump Card Game Book
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Mini Garland Blue
  • Meri Meri
    Stripy Purse Notepad Orange
  • Meri Meri
    Stripy Purse Notepad Pink
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Cupcake Kit Blue
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight Party Cups Yellow Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight Party Cups Orange Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight Party Cups Blue Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set Of 20 Napkins Blue Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set Of 20 Napkins Orange Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight 9" Diameter Plates Yellow Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight 9" Diameter Plates Orange Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight 7" Diameter Plates Yellow Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight 7" Diameter Plates Orange Stripe
  • Meri Meri
    Toot Sweet Set of Eight 7" Diameter Plates Blue Stripe
  • Foxford
    3582/L11 Throw Multi
  • Foxford
    3377/B2 Throw Multi
  • Foxford
    3547/B2 Throw Multi
  • Fresco Towels
    Bath Towel Tropical Peacock
  • Fresco Towels
    Bath Towel Mesa Diamond
  • Fresco Towels
    Beach Towel Inca
  • Fresco Towels
    Beach Towel Adobe Rug
  • Sowden
    James Softbrew 4 Cup Coffee Pot Yellow
  • Colonel
    Patterned Tilleuil Container Red
  • Colonel
    Patterned Tilleuil Container Yellow
  • Colonel
    Patterned Tilleuil Container Blue
  • Minä Perhonen
    Usagi Cushion Beige Mix
  • Pop Up Shop
    TIGER BEACH TOWEL Tiger
  • Applicata
    Tulip candlestick Cool Grey
  • Applicata
    Tulip candlestick Dark Plum
  • Applicata
    Rose candlestick Sun Yellow
  • Applicata
    Lily candlestick Submarine
  • Ferm Living
    Cylinder Cushion Full Moon
  • Ferm Living
    Cylinder Cushion Half Moon
  • Ferm Living
    Cylinder Cushion Black Stripe
  • Ferm Living
    Twin Triangle Cushion Curry
  • Ferm Living
    Twin Triangle Cushion Blue
  • Ferm Living
    Twin Triangle Cushion Aubergine
  • Ferm Living
    Spear Floor Cushion Rose
  • Ferm Living
    Buttering Board Black Zig Zag
  • Ferm Living
    Buttering Board Black Mini Stick
  • Ferm Living
    Cutting Board Black Semicircle
  • Ferm Living
    Cutting Board Black Stripe
  • Ferm Living
    Cutting Board Black Mini Triangle
  • Papier Tigre
    Wood Pencil And Ruler Set Multi
  • Papier Tigre
    A5 Notebook François
  • Papier Tigre
    A5 Notebook Knight
  • Papier Tigre
    Set Of 3 Pocket Notebooks The Three Squires
  • Papier Tigre
    Set Of 3 Pocket Notebooks The Three Swiss
  • Papier Tigre
    Set Of 3 Pocket Notebooks The Three Essentials
  • House of Rym
    Coaster Magic Mushroom
  • House of Rym
    Coaster Cloud Nine
  • House of Rym
    Seriously Cereally Bowl Arbour Harbour
  • House of Rym
    Just My Cup of Tea Cup Arbour Harbour
  • House of Rym
    Can I have Another Cup? Porcelain Saucer Arbour Harbour
  • House of Rym
    Can I have Another Cup? Porcelain Saucer Stripes Never Go Out Blue
  • House of Rym
    Cream It Up Milk Jug Arbour Harbour
  • House of Rym
    Tea For Ten Teapot Arbour Harbour
  • Books
    Cressida Bell’s Cake Design: Fifty Fabulous Cakes Multi
  • Homeware
    Thanks Cactus Card Black
  • Homeware
    Thank You So Much Pennant Card Navy & Red
  • Rebecca Atwood
    Diagonal Dip Dyed Stripe Cushion Multi
  • Rebecca Atwood
    Spots Cushion Black & Navy
  • Rebecca Atwood
    Linen Spots Cushion Sea Green
  • Coral And Tusk
    Tiger Pocket Doll With Book Multi
  • Coral And Tusk
    Owl Pocket Doll With Binoculars Multi
  • Coral And Tusk
    Scallop Tea Towel Multi
  • Coral And Tusk
    Owl Feather Tea Towel Multi
  • Coral And Tusk
    Bear Portrait Pillow Multi
  • Coral And Tusk
    Diamond Pillow Turquoise
  • Nomess
    NOTEBOOK STUDY SMALL Green & Grey
  • Minä Perhonen
    Hana Coaster Set Multi
  • Elam
    Soft Cover Sketchbook White circles with black and red
  • Elam
    Soft Cover Sketchbook Blue flowers on orange draughtboard
  • Elam
    Soft Cover Sketchbook Red lace
  • Elam
    Soft Cover Sketchbook Green stitches
  • Minä Perhonen
    Tambourine Choucho Large Notebook Silver
  • Minä Perhonen
    Tambourine Choucho Large Notebook Green
  • Minä Perhonen
    Letter Of Flower Choucho Medium Notebook Blue
  • Minä Perhonen
    Letter Of Flower Choucho Medium Notebook Yellow
  • Minä Perhonen
    Run Run Run Choucho Small Notebook Pink
  • Minä Perhonen
    Run Run Run Choucho Small Notebook Charcoal
  • Minä Perhonen
    Moon Letter Stationary Set Mixed
  • Lucky Boy Sunday
    Secret Man chair cushion Mint
  • Marion Fortat
    Gum Vase Short Olive
  • Marion Fortat
    Gum Vase Short Blue
  • Marion Fortat
    Gum Vase Tall Olive
  • Kauniste
    Muilla Mailla Cushion Multi
  • Kauniste
    Sunnuntai Cushion Multi
  • Kauniste
    Sunnuntai Tray Multi
  • Kauniste
    Muilla Mailla Tray Multi
  • Skultuna
    Kin 04 Tea Light Holder Black
  • Skultuna
    Kin 02 Tea Light Holder Brass
  • Skultuna
    Kin 02 Tea Light Holder Black
  • Skultuna
    Ring My Bell Orange
  • Applicata
    Tulip Candlestick Oak
  • Applicata
    Lily Candlestick Blue Pacific
  • Sowden
    James Softbrew 8 Cup Coffee Pot Blue
  • Sowden
    James Softbrew 4 Cup Coffee Pot Orange
  • Hay
    Ruler Grey Stripe
  • Hay
    A4 Gunpowder Plissé Multi
  • Hay
    Golden Dot Glass Carafe Gold
  • Juniper Ridge
    4oz Cabin Spray Big Sur
  • Juniper Ridge
    4oz Cabin Spray Cascade Glacier
  • Juniper Ridge
    4oz Cabin Spray Inyo
  • Juniper Ridge
    4oz Cabin Spray Yuba River
  • Juniper Ridge
    8oz Tail Crew Liquid Soap Yuba River
  • Oeuf
    Baby Alpaca Rainbow Pillow Multi
  • Minä Perhonen
    Usagi Cushion Leaf
  • Minä Perhonen
    Usagi Cushion Flower Basket
  • Klaus Happaniemi
    Snow Rabbit Small Cushion White
  • Klaus Happaniemi
    Crane Cushion Green
  • Klaus Happaniemi
    Bird Throw Cobolt Blue
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Ish Collection 03 Yellow Tea Towel Yellow-ish
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Ish Collection 02 Mint Tea Towel Mint-ish
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Ish Collection 01 Pink Tea Towel Pink-ish
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Ish Collection 00 Throw Multi
  • Mae Engelgeer
    Ish Collection 02 Throw Mint, Nude & Orange
  • Square Ice Sculpture Purple Cushion Multi
  • Ferm Living
    In The Rain Cushion Multi
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Square Cushion Schemer Brown
  • Rebecca Atwood
    Striped Circle Cushion Scotch Chambray
  • Minä Perhonen
    Beads Porcelain Cup and Saucer Pink
  • Hay
    Puzzle Cushion Mix Mustard
  • The Awesome Project
    Vase 1 Multi
  • The Awesome Project
    Vase 2 Multi
  • The Awesome Project
    Vase 4 Multi
  • Homeware
    Mixed Messages Noteset Mixed
  • Hay
    Ink Notebook Turquoise
  • Safari Woven Ikat Cushion Multi
  • Marika Giacinti
    Black And White Cushion Black & White
  • Marika Giacinti
    Ikat Cushion Black & Gold
  • Marika Giacinti
    Little Cushion Coral
  • Marika Giacinti
    Geo Cushion Multi
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Tea Towel Schemer Brown
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Tea Towel Dageraad
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Rectangular Cushion Schemer Red
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Rectangular Cushion Lommer Grey
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Square Cushion Dageraad
  • Tas-Ka
    Screen Print Cotton Square Cushion Lommer Pink
  • Praxis Design
    Euclid Pen Cup Black
  • Miga De Pan
    Leonor Crochet Blanket Multi Colour
  • Miga De Pan
    Ana Crochet Blanket Grey
  • Minä Perhonen
    Travel Tray Rectangular Shape Navy
  • Minä Perhonen
    Pacific Wood Tray Green
  • Minä Perhonen
    Sea Fowl Wood Tray White
  • Uchino
    Komon Hand Towel Stripes
  • Uchino
    Komon Bath Towel Stripes
  • Coral And Tusk
    Lamb With Flowers Embroidered Linen Tea Towel Lamb
  • Coral And Tusk
    Embroidered Rabbit Pocket Doll Rabbit
  • Coral And Tusk
    Embroidered Fox Pocket Doll Fox
  • Coral And Tusk
    Embroidered Bear Pocket Doll Bear
  • Meyer Lavigne
    Porcelain Vase Frede
  • Meyer Lavigne
    Porcelain vase Esmaralda
  • Minä Perhonen
    Choucho Cup with Stand Blue
  • Minä Perhonen
    Coffee Cup and Saucer White
  • Minä Perhonen
    Beads Porcelain Cup and Saucer Blue
  • Homeware
    Paper Stamp Kit Multi
  • Homeware
    Owl Eco Stationery Set Owl
  • Hay
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