This brand offers a range of natural linen accessories, from striped napkins and tea towels, to drawstring bread bags and waffle bath mats. The fringed place mats have really caught our eye.
Beautifully glazed and in soft, subtle colours, Barton Croft’s range of handmade plates, bowls and jugs are seriously stylish. Made in Hampshire, you can mix and match individual pieces or choose a whole place setting.
This little pottery studio in California ships its functional and decorative handmade pottery to the UK. Using a wide range of ceramic methods, including wheel throwing, hand building and slip casting, each item is truly unique.
Based in Edinburgh and specialising in botanical and figurative artworks, Emily Luscombe’s line drawings can be purchased as a set of three, or individually – a brilliantly affordable option to add style and character to your walls.
A European family business specialising in bespoke linen home textiles, MagicLinen’s range includes bedding, table and kitchen linens, and even curtains. Everything is also handmade and can be fully customised.
For a wide range of high quality napkins, Napkins World offers a variety of colours with a full personalisation service, too. Stand out items include scalloped edge monogrammed designs in vintage colours.
Nest and Co Vintage
Based on the Hampshire-Surrey border, Nest & Co sources antique items to add something special and unique to your home. We love the vintage wicker baskets imported from France and the crackled glazed bud vases.
The Basket Room
The Basket Room creates beautiful collections of handwoven, decorative storage baskets and accessories. Woven with stunning colours and unique patterns, the brand works directly with women's cooperatives in Africa to bring you ethical, stylish pieces with a unique story behind them.
Founded by events designer Carlota Tocino, Sacha Lottie offers unique pieces inspired by Carlota’s Spanish heritage and travels. The collection includes bamboo resin cutlery, French-inspired Toile De Jouy tablecloths, scalloped placemats and bespoke monogrammed linen napkins, all hand finished by artisans using age-old, traditional methods.
Steve Smith Ceramics
Steve Smith specialises in wheel-thrown porcelain. All the pieces are hand-made in Steve's workshop in Surrey and are inspired by nature. By playing with the roughness of clay, the rawness of the exterior is balanced by the smooth glaze inside.
The Village Pottery
Having created exclusive tableware sets for a range of different Michelin-starred chefs, The Village Pottery has now designed a range of available to all kitchenware. Each piece is handmade and glazed in one of their signature colours. The contemporary styles, all in muted tones with decorative specks, are designed to celebrate the natural properties of clay.
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