Field Notes

I know I am supposed to worship Moleskine but they have become a little too commercial and too widely available. Field notes were designed by Aaron Draplin in the US and are based…

Bakker made with love

I first came across these guys when they had just started in Bali, they were a little disorganised but producing great stuff with passion and love.

Merchant and Mills

These guys popped onto the scene with some beautiful haberdashery items (scissors/pins and so on) all tastefully packaged but this is just the tip of the iceberg so to speak. Carolyn and…

Persephone Books

Beautiful reprints of neglected fiction and non fiction by mid-twentieth century (mostly) women writers. Titles that are neither too serious nor too commercial. I love the “fabric” endpaper and the matching bookmark….

Siwa Japan

Cult Japanese paper based products. The paper is mixed with a recycled fibre called Naoron, using polyester fibers from recycled plastic bottles and textile waste products. Contemporary Japanese craft.

John Derian

Decoupage from good old New York. His foundation is vintage inspired motifs on glass. His partnership with Astier de Villate is very beautiful but make sure you look at his web sight…

Acme Whistles

The glory of being a specialist. The most famous whistle maker in the world based right here in Birmingham for over 135 years. Rule Brittania.


Tucked away in Kensal Green Retrouvious are a treasure trove of found objects and salvaged materials and their “eye” has led them to develop amazing interiors projects from private houses to Bella…

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