A lovely little event that made its way in to my social media feed at none other than one of my favourite furniture and homeware shops, West Elm, a curated Pop Up by 91 Magazine. Giving you an opportunity to buy directly from the sellers with many who only normally sell online. There is a full schedule of workshops from Christmas Decorations & Tea blending with plenty to get your hands on till Sunday.
I went on its first day on Thursday as I had weekend plans and ended up with just a couple of stalls to wet my appetites dotted amongst West Elm’s own lovely displays. With a textured wall hanging workshop by Growing spaces going on near the coffee machine I spent plenty of time just exploring but here are a couple of my favourites.
Reste is an online platform filled with handcrafted artisanal household items all with their own special story. Well designed, quality made & lots of traditional materials, Jacqui has a real belief in choosing and supporting talented creatives. Sent out from their HQ in my very own Sussex but stocked from all over the world, check out their Story Boards for some very interested info.
I always love seeing Rachel’s designs wonderfully simple graphic design put to paper, fulfilling lots of stationery needs both personal & gifting to others. Her zodiac collections are popping up all over at the moment but her origami pieces are still an obvious choice.
One of the best shop on Exmouth Market Street, Clerkenwell, both an artisan store and flower shop in one. Alice curates her shop with a serious passion for the handmade aesthetic and with lots of botanical influences I ended up buying to much just as if I had visit the shop.
THE LOVELY DRAW
This was my second time seeing Teri in as many weeks, a lovely stall at Renegade and an adorable living room set up at West Elm. With a strong emphasis on hand drawn design her Christmas collections had a great colour pallet if your after something with a pastel twist.
Well good job 91 Magazine! Helping to inspire the style of the world around us indeed.