The British design studio Wallace Sewell is the brainchild of Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, who met whilst studying textile design at The Royal College of Art. When they first exhibited in 1992, their pieces (scarves, cushions, throws,) created a lot of enthusiasm and interest. Wallace Sewell now supplies 300 stores in 20 countries.
Perfect for compact living spaces, the low stool. Find out what is so special about my three picks.
The little things can make a real difference to how we live and can turn everyday rituals like eating and sleeping into something more enjoyable.
Antwerp based Solange Cools lost her heart and soul to 'knitwear'. That passion drove her to create her label Scarves & Stuff by Solange, which holds a fashion line (cardigans, hats, scarves, gloves, ...) as well as an interior collection of coarse-knitted blankets, pillows and bean bags.
British design ... For many people synonymous with the precious china that Hyacinth Bouquet is showing off to keep up appearances in the English countryside. Fortunately, Chris and Andy Vernall from East London thought differently when they founded Vitamin twenty years ago.