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Shop Locally Homeware
Here at Shop Locally, you will find unique handcrafted pieces from the UK's finest homeware makers who are putting Sustainability at the core of their business. At the end of the day, we are buying from people, and it's lovely to know who those people are, where they get their inspiration from and how they make those beautiful pieces. It's never just about the item itself; it's the story being told through the making. You can purchase all the products online, or you could go ahead and say hi to your nearby maker.
What Our Makers Say
Tom Raffield - "Handmade steam-bent lightening and furniture, sustainably crafted in Cornwall."
Adventures in Furniture - "Our focus is on carefully considered design with many custom options, handmade quality and beautiful, responsible sustainable materials."
Mind The Cork - "Making things with cork, inspired by nature."
DOR & TAN - "Items are created by hand with the utmost love, care and attention to details."
Firera Home - "High quality and Eco-Friendly products for a conscious home."
Lowry London - "Sustainable well-designed minimal furniture that is built to last beyond the economic cycle."
Alexis Basso Ceramic - "My pieces are entirely made by hand and show the marks to this artisanal process. "
Horticus Living - "Create your own living wall in a room of your choice with our customisable kit."
And many more with a great ethos, love and care, making unique handmade pieces as sustainable as possible.
stay tuned, there's more to come...
THANK YOU so much for supporting local businesses.
Find unique, sustainable handmade pieces and make your interior special.
Find your favourite makers and support the community.
Shopping locally helps reduce CO2 emissions.
The experience of buying locally from a friendly face is what makes it more memorable.
Our makers often offer items that aren’t available elsewhere, providing products that bring originality and variety.
Our makers are experts in their craft and know their products in and out, so if you need a piece of advice, you can find it here.
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