#mid-century furniture

2 years ago · 7 min read
Under the spotlight: screen-printing.

The most defining feature of our Sahara chest of drawers is the screen-printed patterns. One of the earliest methods of printing, dating back over two thousand years, it brings an ethnic, folkish feel to this otherwise mid-century shaped design.

3 years ago · 7 min read
Brie Harrison – designer and illustrator.

“Once I’ve come up with an idea I usually sit at my desk and start drawing by hand. My designs always grow organically. I never quite know where they’re going to take me or how the finish result will look.”

3 years ago · 7 min read
Daniel Heath – designer.

“Inspiration is everywhere, but I’ve been getting more and more interested in Art Deco architecture. From London buildings such as the Hoover, Michelin, and Daily Express buildings to Frank Lloyd Wright, who also dabbled in textiles. They’re incredible structures with captivating lines.”

3 years ago · 7 min read
Cheskie Baker – textile designer.

“I’ve loved textiles for as long as I remember. I did an art foundation course and went on to study textile design at Central Saint Martins – it’s where I discovered that I’m a weaver. Creating woven fabrics is immensely time consuming and honestly, quite frustrating at times, but it’s hard to describe just how satisfying […]

3 years ago · 7 min read
Jana Sandoval – designer and founder of Bococo.

“I founded Bococo with Julia Sandoval and Emily Arciszewska. We have a shared philosophy to create unique, hand-made products with a story and a soul. My heritage is Filipina-German and our aim is introduce traditional Filipino patterns to the international design community while supporting the artisans of disappearing crafts. We discover our inspiration in global travel. […]

4 years ago · 7 min read
Kanharam, 21 – stainer.

“My outlook on life is simple. I’m happy to take life as it comes. I approach life with this line in my head: ‘I’ve put my boat in the water, let the water decide where it moves.’”

4 years ago · 7 min read
Jacqueline Colley, designer

“Everyday is different for me. Running a small business means I wear many hats. Some days are purely spent designing or researching ideas for new prints. A lot of time goes into developing new products and making sure they’re exactly right. Social media is taking up more and more of my time too. It’s important […]