This weeks top picks
Love, love, love the new Elzora dinnerware range by Habitat, it is definately on my “iwanttobuy” list.It is a beautiful and distinctive design that combines a matt finish with a glossy, salt-glazed rim. At £8 for a dinner plate i think it is a bargain.
The Luminary Bakery in Hackney is a social enterprise offering opportunities for women from vulnerable backgrounds.Designed by Nina and Co, it provides training and jobs for women who are struggling with single motherhood, have faced domestic violence or homelessness, or who have a criminal record. It enables them to build a future for themselves and their families.It is a project very close to my heart and we can all help through Crowfunder to make it happen. There is only 4 days left so please, please, please click on the link and give whatever you can.
Totally wowed by this new range of furniture just in at OWT! what an amzing combo of reclaimed wood and copper. It is made by Railis Design , a small family business, founded in 2011 by Railis Kotlevs and located in the small seaport of Husavik, Northern Iceland. Go and check the rest of the collection over at OWT.
This is a must read for all of you keen photographers who, like me, cant get your head round all the teckie stuff.This book has it everything you need to know all written in plain english! Best tenner you’ll spend for sure.
I will have to write an entire post dedicated solely to Bert & May but for now take a look at their website for the ultimate in what is best described as a cross between a garden shed and a mobile home! The garden pods come in different sizes and are the ultimate turn-key, stress-free alternative for anyone wishing to increase their living space. I could happily live in one, I cant tell you enough how beautiful they are, go take a look…