Malaika was founded in 2004 by Margarita Andrade and Goya Gallagher who, after growing up in their native Ecuador, found themselves living and settling in Egypt. With a background in design and a keen interest in embroidery, crochet, and hand-drawn thread work, they decided to utilize Egyptian cotton to produce high-quality bed linen previously not available in the local market.

At the heart of its business model, Malaika focuses on teaching hand embroidery to local women giving them a chance to learn a valuable skill and improve their economic standing.

Jore Copenhagen


Behind Jore Copenhagen is Josephine Reich, who launched the brand in December 2019. The name ‘Jore’ is an abbreviation of the designer’s first and last name, since there is a close connection between Josephine herself and her designs in Jore Copenhagen.


3 Rue du Temple

Georges is the story of a curious, unrepentant woman. A designer who loves to mix with all materials, from the most flexible to the most recalcitrant, to create objects of special charm. A persevering soul, coupled with an eternal dissatisfaction, the unstoppable cocktail of those who create innately.

Penny Morrison

London, UK

Founder and world-renowned interior designer Penny Morrison is known for her unique ability to create beautiful, harmonious spaces through surprising design combinations. Pairing unexpected pieces, patterns, and palettes, her designs are a visual feast brimming with colours. Throughout her forty-year career, she has established herself as one of the leading names in interior design, both here in the United Kingdom and internationally.


La Veste

Madrid, Spain

La Veste homeware collection is at the image of La Veste’s philosophy. It has an extravagant character: out of the order, non-contaminated; breezy, free, daring, funny, optimistic, happy, and fresh.

The Platera


You might have spotted Platera’s beautifully hand-painted plates on Instagram. The famous
Spanish influencer @blancamiro is a fan and so are we.



CURIO glassware is a celebration of the true art form of free-blown glass and its relationship with nature. Each piece is designed by Olivia Thorpe and singularly handblown in the United Kingdom, allowing the glass to move freely and organically, all the better to mirror the natural elements that inspire each design. Each piece is totally unique and should be admired as much for its sculptural form as for its function.

Josephine Dessine


Josephine’s drawings have taken Instagram by storm. Her witty, joyful, often cheeky, always thought-provoking illustrations echos her incredibly lively personality.

Studio Erhart

Madrid, Spain

Studio Erhart designs and manufactures beautiful interior objects produced in unique pieces or small series, handmade by fine craftsmen using refined materials based in Madrid.

Anissa Kermiche

London, UK

Anissa Kermiche’s passion for architecture and fine art transpires through her eponymous jewellery collection. It is with great pleasure that we have seen her expand her creativity in a home collection. Her playful intelligence expresses itself in this cheeky and colorful collection of jugs.

Amuse La Bouche


Amuse La Bouche is an independent homeware label based in London producing an ethical, unique and playful range of textiles and tableware. Their frilly edged napkins in colourful contrasting linens are their signature item and are becoming a fast favorite among tablescapers and homeware lovers. By collaborating with artisan suppliers in India and the UK, and by using only natural, responsibly sourced materials, their continuous aim is to make their business fully sustainable in all areas. With an ethos of longevity, kindness to the planet and a growing range of charmingly stylish pieces, Amuse La Bouche is one to watch. 


Claymen Studio, New Delhi, India

From his studio in New Delhi, Aman Khanna creates the most perfectly imperfect figure sculptures. The peaceful, contemplative and quiet Claymen reflect the universal feeling of existential crises, ranging from pieces like the observer, bottled up to real self and ideal self, to say these creations are food for thought would be an understatement.

Oeuvres Sensibles

Marseille, France

Sarah Espeute is a french Artist-Designer who appreciates and works on decorative elements as if they were sensitive pieces, Oeuvres Sensibles.

Her tablecloth pieces, embroidered as trompe-l’oeil, recall poetic and convivial scenes of shared meals. Everyday familiar cherished stories and memories emanate from this imagery, inhabiting Sarah’s pieces with a timeless feeling. It is in this spirit of remembrance that Sarah carefully selects old linen and cotton fabrics to design authentic pieces, then modernized by a minimalist embroidery. She subtly magnifies the tablecloth, turning it into a sensitive and delicate piece recalling universal feelings, while maintaining its usual and practical function.



From Tree to Table, Goldfinger is an award-winning social enterprise showing that high-end design can and should be planet and people positive.

Issy Granger


Issy is a London based designer whose eclectic and joyful style shines through in her creations.
Inspired by her artist mother and grandmother, Issy designs wonderfully unique pieces that can transform a room.

Edition 94

London, UK

Edition 94 is a homeware treasure trove located in South Kensington. Thanks to its owner’s impeccable taste, India Whalley, it is filled with everything you need to add lovely touches to your home, from cool accessories to unique retro furniture.

Alice Palmer & Co

London, UK

Alice Palmer & Co is a bespoke lampshade brand, founded by Alice Palmer. Bored with the lack of diversity for beautiful lampshades, Alice decided to make her own.

Quintessence Paris

Paris, France

Quintessence Paris comes together in a Hotel Particulier; Its collection of candles celebrates the art of French living and finely mixes scents of the highest quality. All essences created and embodied in wax in France celebrate with spirit and distinction the exotic atmosphere of exceptionnal moments.


İstanbul, Turkey

The essence of Anim’s approach is deeply rooted in the nomadic spirit of traditional Turkish culture. While also staying true to its domestic origins, Anim infuses its wares with design elements borrowed from a wide array of cultural influences both near and far. Anim maintains a modern global perspective which nonetheless honors the methods of its roots.


Devon, UK

From humble beginnings as a passion project – starting with a move to Devon and one pottery wheel – to international acclaim, including pieces in House and Garden and World of Interiors: Feldspar’s handmade ceramics and homeware are revolutionising an industry where fast production has become the norm.

Le Chardon

Lubin, Poland

Le Chardon is the product of the dream of three French-Polish cousins, passionate about farming and textile, who discovered the ultimate refinement of alpaca wool.

Themis Z

Mykonos, Greece

Nestled at the center of the picturesque and cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, in one of the oldest houses in the area, once owned by a sea merchant, it still stands as gracefully as it did back in the 1800s. The THEMIS • Z flagship store offers its guests the opportunity to discover the brand’s effortless luxury world by creating a unique experience where visitors can sit, relax and enjoy a cup of Greek coffee while discovering her amazing collection.

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