5 Small British Interiors Brands To Know
5 Small British Interiors Brands To Know

5 Small British Interiors Brands To Know

It’s often said the quieter ones have the best ideas – and that can certainly be true in interiors. These five independent British brands don’t get the airtime that others do yet, but they’re all doing some exciting things…
By Georgina Blaskey

Lowri Studio

Lowri is a boutique textile house founded by Jo Faulkner in London in 2022. Jo’s eye for colour and pattern combinations have earned her a loyal clientele including Anthropologie, West Elm and John Lewis. Inspired by the past, and vintage textiles in particular, her mission is to create designs that will improve with age, and can be mixed, matched and layered together.

We love the Little Leaves cushion

Visit Lowri-Studio.com

Ruffle Dome Lampshade, £595
Ruffle Dome Lampshade, £595

Beauvamp Studio

Looking for something unusual, decorative and stylish? Beauvamp is an independent lighting brand set up by Alice Moylan. It specialises in hand-stitched, pleated lampshades that combine traditional sewing techniques with vintage-inspired design and contemporary style. We love her latest collaboration with Salvesen Graham – think pretty fabrics in classic designs with a touch of whimsy.

We love the Ruffle Dome lampshade 

Visit Beauvamp.com

Bosco London

Hugo Boys founded Bosco in his shed in 2015, selling wall lights made of sustainably sourced African antelope horn. Building itself up as a contemporary company with a classic appeal, Bosco has since collaborated with designers including Todhunter Earle, Nina Campbell, and Sophie Ashby – and we think there’s a lot more to come.

We love… the Horn handles in 'super pale' 

Visit BoscoLondon.com

Every Story

Abby and Hannah are the sisters behind ceramic brand Every Story. Working at their studio in rural Nottinghamshire, they create thoughtful pieces for the home – they supply restaurants, interior designers and weddings as well. Each piece is individually handcrafted into organic forms, taking inspiration from the surrounding countryside. 

We love the Ebba folded serving platter 

Visit EveryStory.co.uk

Miami Jug, £280
Miami Jug, £280

Gather Glass

Designed and handblown by Phoebe Stubbs (formerly of Batch), Gather Glass’s wares marry bright, modern colours with traditional craftsmanship. Each piece is made using electric furnaces as part of Phoebe’s commitment to reduce fossil fuel consumption. From eye-popping martini glasses to pedestal fruit bowls, the recent Miami collection is full of sorbets shades and sweet colour combinations.

We love the Sweetie glass in Rose

Visit Gather.Glass

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