Fog Linen brings together the beautiful minimalism of Japanese design with the heritage of Lithuanian linen production to create practical linen homewares for everyday use.
Our Upper Street shop pays tribute to seminal Danish designer Ole Wanscher with a window display featuring some of his classic furniture designs for Carl Hansen and Son.
Marking the 10th anniversary of the Japanese conservation charity, Jasper Morrison & Wataru Kumano's Hinoki wood stools are inspired by the concept of 'connection'.
A family of elegantly functional accessories for home and person, from cufflinks to lighting, crafted with exacting care to bring a note of discernment to everyday objects.
Japanese manufacturer Kinto's family of coffeeware is designed to enhance every aspect of the coffee-making process, introducing a considered thoughtfulness to this daily activity.
Urban backpack by Wexley.
The Urban backpack is carefully designed to combine a minimalist aesthetic with secure features, including multiple useful compartments for quick access.
The rucksack configeration includes hidden side pockets, dedicated compartments for laptop (15.6") and tablet, side compartments for bottle or umbrella and external USB port with built in charging cable.
Pilaster shelf by John Kandell for Källemo.
Moccamaster coffee maker
Moccamaster KBG 741 AO filter coffee maker by Technivorm.
This Moccamaster coffee machine is a classic design which produces an exemplary cup of coffee via a traditional filter brewing process.
Barro Pot 2
Barro Pot 2 by Sebastian Herkner for Ames.
Sebastian Herkner's Barro family of ceramic pots have an elemental simplicity that evokes traditional South American earthenware.
Drawing inspiration from a series of pots on display at the Museo del Oro in Bogota, Herkner has created a functional and striking family of vessels that can be used as plant containers, serving dishes or simply admired for their decorative quality.
Sola Cube by Usagi no Nedoko.
Sola Cubes celebrate the compelling detail of botanical life by capturing and preserving dried seedheads and plant forms within small acrylic cubes.
The name Sola derives from the Chinese kanji meaning 'universe' or 'sky', suggesting the infinite variety expressed within something so small as the seed of a plant.
Round bangle by Minimalux.
Elementally simple and timeless, a solid silver bangle with a hand-polished finish. The Minimalux hallmark is engraved on the inner face of the bracelet.
Providing an approachable, professional service through a dedicated contract team for commercial interiors
Have many years of experience and partnered many eminent designers on highly respected projects in the UK and overseas
Diligently project manage the order, delivery and installation process, working to time sensitive deadlines
Provide a single point of contact from specification through to installation