Deco directory

Plywood sandard lamp by Natajaq
Natajaq
Beckford Cottage, Lansdown Road, Bath, BA1 9BH
phone: 07553 525112
Natajaq is an environmentally-conscientious business specialising in beautiful contemporary and practical furniture designed and hand-made in Britain.
 
Our product range comprises: lamp bases and shades - and our lamps come with a gorgeous twisted fabric cable in a range of colours; blanket boxes, wall hooks and peg boards, wellie-boot stands and decorative accessories such as candle stick and tealight holders.
 
We work with different hardwoods, always from sustainable forests, and FSC-certified birch plywood.
 
Products can be in natural wood or we hand-paint them using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
 
Our furniture is designed to complement traditional and contemporary interiors. Find us on Etsy
 
 
Driftwood mirror handmade by Wayne Willetts at Surf Mirrors
Surf Mirrors
Hawthorn Farm Buildings, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 7AB
phone: 07977 599526

Wayne Willetts is a Dorset-based designer-maker who specialises in beautiful driftwood mirrors and surfboard mirrors..which of course it's not advisable to try to surf on.

Wayne spends the winter gathering pieces of driftwood from beaches around Britain and transforms it into characterful mirrors and pieces of furniture and lighting for people who want their wood to look like wood and to have had minimal impact on the environment. Wayne's driftwood mirrors do evoke a sense of the sea and they work equally well in modern and traditional settings. Commission a unique piece for your sitting room, dining room or bedroom.

Clients can request whatever size of mirror they would like up to a width of 9ft.

Annie Sloan
33 Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1HP
phone: 01865 247296
Dazzle Vintage Furniture
Dazzle Vintage Furniture
Dazzle Vintage Furniture is an online boutique founded in 2008 by Devon-based antiques dealers Ali Stokes and John Washbrook.
 
Specialising in European antique and vintage furniture with an emphasis on quality French pieces, the website stocks an ever-changing selection of beautiful French bedsarmoiresbuffetsmirrors and vintage lighting.
 
Ali and John visit France regularly, scouring brocantes and vide greniers in Provence and Brittany. They are passionate ambassadors for real French furniture and hope to inspire buyers to choose quality, time-honoured pieces over new cheaply-made, mass produced products.
 
Seedball tins make it easy to grow bee friendly plants in your garden
Project Maya Seedball
54 Tetherdown, London, N10 1NG
phone: 020 8444 9906

A mix of native wildflower seeds, peat-free compost, clay and chilli rolled into a ball, ‘SEEDBALL’ gives your garden a biodiversity boost.

This easy and effective route to a mini meadow is incredibly simple – scatter your seedballs on a bare soil patch (or in a pot) and the balls provide the care and attention seeds need. Choose from six varieties, inc ‘Bee Mix’ & ‘Butterfly Mix’. 100% British made - even the tin.

Keep This Cracker
Keep This Cracker
32 Park Grove, York, YO31 8LG
phone: 07950 999867

Keep This Cracker has created an eco-friendly alternative - ‘Gift Box Crackers’ you can reuse. They go bang like standard crackers but separate into two parts without tearing. Our Patent Pending construction allows you easily to replace the old snap with a new one. We use less packaging as our Reusable Crackers come flat-packed and ready-made; just pop them into shape and fill with your own special gifts. Designed by Bea Thackeray and made in the UK.

Visit our website and view our short movie. YouTube: how to use - keep this…refillable crackers

Nilare accessories make perfect gifts
Nilare
5 Torrens Street, London, EC1V 1NQ
phone: 07515 891385

Nilare offers beautiful, elegant decorative accessories designed in London and hand-made in Gabon. The business was founded by Lisiane Ndong, who's based in London but travels regularly to Gabon to work with her team of highly skilled craftspeople.

Nilare products include carved ornaments, candle holders, trays, throws and cushions, and are intended to celebrate African craftsmanship and aesthetic traditions. But Lisiane's designs are made for the modern home and have a timeless, contemporary look; while many pieces are delightfully tactile such as the smooth carved elephants - made in various woods and stone and available in two sizes.

All Nilare products are made from natural, sustainable materials and they are fairly and ethically traded.

Toghal kitchen lines are beautifully made and feature vibrant African-inspired textiles
Toghal
3 Boyne Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 8EN
phone: 01892 710614

Toghal is for everyone who loves the intricate and masterful patterns you find in textiles from African countries, with their rich and fascinating heritage. Founder Dayo Forster has updated a range of African designs and Toghal uses natural sustainable materials such as canvas, parchment, hopsack and hemp. You'll find exuberant kitchen linens including tablecloths, runners, napkins and oven gloves; and well as furniture and accessories such as cushions.

AntikBar specialises in vintage posters
AntikBar
AntikBar specialises in original vintage posters from around the world – travel, advertising, sport, cinema, war, propaganda. Posters are a great way to add an individually unique statement to any room of the home or office and make wonderful gifts. Original vintage posters are eco-friendly, highly collectible and recognised as a sound art investment. AntikBar offers worldwide delivery, collection advice, consultancy and searches to order, as well as linen backing and poster restoration services. Member of IVPDA and LAPADA.
 
And AntikBar has opened a showroom where you can browse their impressive range of posters before buying. Open Monday to Saturday, the showroom is at 404 Kings Road, London SW10 0LJ.
 
 
Sustainable Kitchens is based in Bristol and makes eco friendly wood kitchens
Sustainable Kitchens
Avondale Works, Woodland Way, Kingswood, Bristol, BS15 1JZ
phone: 0117 961 6471
Sustainable Kitchens specialises in building high quality, bespoke kitchens with minimal impact on the environment. We don't use MDF - we use traditional and sustainable materials, principally hardwoods such as PEFC-certified American white oak; while our clever low profile approach and simplicity in design allow us to keep our prices affordable without compromising on materials or build quality.
 
We offer a tailored design, build, installation and project management service and we recycle clients' existing kitchens via Freecycle.
 
Our kitchens are made to last for decades, however we do consider end of life issues and build our kitchens in a way that allows them to be easily disassembled and component parts recycled.
 

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