Lost at Sea is a young design duo creating handmade yet affordable design-led jewellery, inspired by everything from mid-century style and classic tattoos to the British countryside. They use natural materials and a muted colour pallette so their work maintains a vintage aesthetic with a contemporary feel.
After folding origami stars the whole night, I found those stunning origami bags from Ninù. Ninù is a little handicraft laboratory that creates original design. Every piece is handmade with a lot of care.
The wovens are of exelent quality, made in Italy.
ALBINO BERLIN manufactures bags and accessories of high-grade tarpaulin. They focus on quality, durability and wearing comfort. All their products are handmade, crafted with skill and creativity. They aim to provide a practical product for daily use with specific and unique designs.
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Today I want to introduce you to a very very nice label from Hannover, Germany - domestic candy. You find brooches, earrings, buttons, cutting boards - everything is made of wood. The designs are clear and simple. I love every piece in the shop!
Namolio is photographer and graphic designer by day, artisan by night. She loves making stuff from natural materials especially linen. See more of her crochet work, which are so rich in detail.
Famille Summerbelle is Julie (designer and creative director) and Simon (all the other stuff) and they are the proud parents of Ophelia. Their designs and accessories are created to achieve a delicate balance in decorating a child’s room: an inspiring and reassuring space for the child which retains the creative, elegant warmth that they try to achieve throughout their homes. A room for everyone.
And the papercuts...absolutely crazy!!!
Beate Kubits is the owner of Makepiece. Her knits are all ethically made in the UK from British wool – and her own sheep. Makepiece is…unique, beautiful, desirable design, sustainable knitwear. Beate take natural yarns, raised sustainably, spin them as locally as possible, knit in her community, using the minimum chemical processes possible to produce a finished product that can be treasured for years. Sheep to chic.
Mikodesign produces a lovely range of textile products for babies, children and women.
The collection of unique bags, cute toys, aprons, (dress up) clothes and more are all designed and handmade in Holland. Simplicity, colour and fantasy are the signature of the collection of Mikodesign.
Originally from Lithuania, Inga is currently based in the United Kingdom and I absolutely adore working with natural fibres, and to be precise - with linen. Her family back home has been working with linen for many decades, and they must have given her the gene of some sort of passion for linen!