Wanting to find a Christmas present for a home lover? We have some fantastic UK-made homeware gift ideas for you, from home textiles to garden furniture.
Adriana Homewares’ throws are woven and made in Yorkshire using beautifully soft 100% British Bluefaced Leicester Wool. They pride themselves on their Yorkshire heritage as well as their limited carbon footprint. A Throws come in 12 unique colours and are complimented with blanket stitch edge detailing. Larger sizes are also available.
By Lisa Watson is an authentically British collection of quilts, cushions & more for your home. A passion for celebrating British textile heritage has led to new additions of quality textile home decor from one of a kind handmade Harris Tweed cushions to blankets inspired by Fair Isle knitted from British wool and all are perfect for adding extra warmth to the bedroom or draped on a sofa to bring eye catching interest all year round.
Claire Swindale create Wallpapers, Fabrics and Furniture using her photographic designs. Primarily British themed, in subtle and not-at-all-subtle ways and colours. All timeless, smart, cheeky and fun. Check out her velvet cushion featuring the face of a happy French Bulldog in ‘pop-art’ style, and in a choice of 5 different colourways.
David Watson has chosen some of his favourite British artists and collaborated with them to create accessories and have extended their products to include cushions.. Each design shows a quintessentially British scene. All designed by their favourite British artists and lovingly made in UK with luxury duck feather & down inner.
Denys & Fielding is an independent, ethical British brand that designs and makes colourful home & gardenwares. With a love of the garden & a focus on producing fun, joyful prints, they blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor living to create a range of stylish home and gardenwares that are equally at home indoor, outside or in the summerhouse. Their range of products includes garden chairs, cushions, gifts for garden lovers and accessories.
Draper of Glastonbury specialise in luxurious natural products of sheepskin and leather, that provide both warmth and comfort, in traditional English designs. Based in Glastonbury in the south west of England, traditionally the heart of England’s sheepskin industry, they are an established independent family owned company, founded in 1937.
Dylshouse provides a colourful range of handmade linens and ceramics for your home. Every design in the store is created from original artworks by Charlotte Johnson, a watercolour artist with a deep appreciation of the joy of nature. From her garden studio in the picturesque Cotswold landscape, Charlotte draws inspiration from the scenes around her.
This new edition of English Bone China is designed in London and made in Stoke-on-Trent, birthplace of the most beautiful tea sets in the world. The elegant shapes and patterns reflect their rich design heritage while the mouthwatering colours and hand painted 24 carat gold make them truly original. A luxurious range of tea cups and saucers celebrating the history of English Bone China production in Britain, with pieces which are a joy to use today.
FelinFach is a Welsh company based at a 200 year old former flour mill in Pembrokeshire, Wales in the UK. Traditionally woven Welsh blankets and throws including a range of 100% British Alpaca and British Organic blankets. Their designs combine authentic Welsh traditions with an innovative and contemporary look.
Visit Jampot & Sunday for stylish and luxurious blankets, scarves and stoles designed in Yorkshire and made in Britain. They use high quality cashmere and lambswool fibres to make their accessories and this translates into a sumptuous end product.
Janet Watson is an artist in the UK. She sells original artwork, prints and greetings cards. Janet Watson creates modern, contemporary, abstract art. Artwork for your home, business or hotel. In different styles; flowers, poppies, hearts, caves, geodes, opals, agate, charka, rocks and pools, night and day, agate slice, crystal art (mind body and spirit), marble, Karst, seaside more collections are being added as time goes on.
JWesty Design was created in 2018 by London based self-taught artist Julie Westmore. The idea was to showcase a selection of her modern London paintings and other designs through a variety of U.K. made products. After 15 years as a professional artist she decided to branch out and create her own brand. In this way, she is involved in the entire process: creating the artwork, choosing the product range and selecting the manufacturer.
Lumley designs offer a range of British made quality cast iron products, from letterboxes, house signs, trivets, door furniture and custom made items.
Made to Last retail furniture and homeware made in Britain. Based in Cambridge they retail online and it is their aim to introduce people to products for their home that will stand the test of time.
Inspired by nature, botanical art and the craftsmanship concept of the Arts and Craft movement, Nutmeg and Sage creates original statement pieces for decorating and accessorising the home. Specialising in handmade quality designs for adding colour and textural accents, each individual piece is made to last using beautiful natural materials and adorned with crochet, embroidery or applique, or all three!
Established in 2016, One Nine Eight Five is a London-based British homeware brand that specialises in print, interior textiles and up-cycled furniture. The brand offers seasonal collections that are inspired by high end fashion, influential exhibitions and worldwide events. Recognised for its innovative prints, colour combinations, working with recycled fabrics and dedication to creating British manufactured goods.
Sheepland make Sheepskin Slippers. They are a small family-run business creating the most beautiful sheepskin products in their farmyard workshop near Glastonbury, in the English county of Somerset. Their traditional range slippers are made from natural sheepskin and are all crafted by hand.
For over 15 years Sitting Spiritually have been making wonderful garden swing seats, pergolas, garden benches and rope swings. The only bespoke swing & bench maker licensed by the RHS, the company has a team of local artisans working with them and a reputation that has gone from strength to strength.
The Art Rooms is a Yorkshire based studio in the beautiful world heritage village of Saltaire. Founded in 2008 by designer Jacky Al-Samarraie. Jacky’s unique signature design of silhouette and vibrant colour blocks have been inspired by her travels around Britain. She has applied her simple yet recognisable style to a varied collection of luxury lifestyle products including prints, stationery, mugs, cushions, chopping boards, placemats & coasters.
Tripster & Smith are a small Cotswolds based company specialising in luxury throws, wraps and soft furnishings made from the finest, natural textiles – pure new wool, merino lambswool, cashmere, alpaca, mohair, linen and silk, woven and hand finished in the British Isles. With designs inspired by nature’s colours, and classic British weaves, they have several collections to choose from as the seasons change.
European design studio, Wallace Sewell, is well known for its stunning woven products and textile designs, as well as working on commissions and collaborations with clients worldwide. Established in the UK by Emma Sewell and Harriet Wallace-Jones, after graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1990, their diverse portfolio includes scarves for the Tate museums, as well as ‘moquette’ fabric designs for Transport for London’s iconic underground seating.
If you’re interested in giving your home unique traditional charm and style then Yester Home have got just what you need. From beautiful coat hooks to Victorian door furniture, they’ve got just the decorative item to make your home unique. Their timeless collection includes decorative shelf brackets, hat & coat hooks, ornate drawer handles, cabinet knobs, finger plates, and a great range of interesting kitchen accessories.