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Oh dear, another fabric I ‘must have’ – House of Hackney‘s ace new print on linen and velvet. Ticks two of my favourite boxes: ‘animal print’ AND ‘pleasingly odd’, and the colouring is delicately different too…


Amidst the sometimes slightly too girly-girly pieces at Anthropologie, are real treasures to be found. These Swirled Geode knobs and Streamline handles are going to do no end of favours to any piece they’re paired with. This is the way to up-cycle…



Amy Sia‘s washy watercolour textiles are splashy, and vibrant, and will brighten any room you throw them into.

…at the new, rather nicely done Conran shop on Fulham Rd. The Conran Shop











Jessica Light’s work is something I just delight in every time I see it. She’s breathing new life into a fading industry and perhaps most importantly, making it both highly desirable and accessible to a new audience. Hurrah for her!



Ok, before we all get too excited, this adorable children’s chair has already been purchased by some lucky so and so… However, there’s plenty more where this came from. My friend Karen Akhtar and her colleague Sylvie Dovetta have created this ace online edit of the best of the French and Belgian brocante markets alongside lovely new pieces. Take a look.


Great looking Indian prints for fabrics, accessories and furniture given a super smart twist by Walter G’s Lauren Bennett and Genevieve Fennel. The website is full of treats, take a look.