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W + W Workshop was created from the love of simple design and natural living. We want to contribute to the circular economy and raise awareness about the importance of reusing, reducing unnecessary waste and recycling when possible. All our glass wear is sourced from local pubs who supply us with the bottles for our […]
Having completed both a BA & MA in Design at Plymouth University, Laura specialised as a Designer Maker, working in ceramics. At the heart of her work is the exploration of site specific folklore in Cornwall, where she lives. This is expressed through choice of materials, pattern & illustration. Folklore is about the everyday and […]
Meet Jeannett, mother of three boisterous boys, who decided to give up her job as a Neuro-Intensive care nurse to follow her heart. Inspired by her Danish childhood, she began creating pottery on her kitchen table, designing moulds, mixing clays & pigments to get just the right shapes and shades, and has developed over time a […]
In 2004, Pip started working with wood, running a social enterprise for people recovering from mental illness. This involved a variety of wonderfully creative workshops – wood, ceramics and textiles. Pip has a love for old wood and floral wall papers. She adores old derelict houses – the ‘doer uppers’ – and this often influences her […]
Following the loss of a highly stressful design job, Gabrielle decided to follow her dream and set up a business doing what she loves best – designing stationery, creating artwork and making gifts. Gabrielle produces her work by hand using traditional methods of illustration, lettering and modern calligraphy; Japanese reed pens, dip pens, brushes, inks, […]
Kate’s passion for jewellery was inspired whilst walking on the breathtaking beach at Holkham on the North Norfolk coast. Stumbling upon some pieces of sea glass, Kate fell in love with the simplicity of its texture and shape; she wondered about the romantic provenance of this beautiful natural treasure and felt compelled to capture the […]
Jabar and Nafeesa are passionate about natural botanicals and how every essential oil has healing properties which can help wellbeing. They wanted their products to provide an aid for comfort, peace and relaxation, creating a positive impact on busy lifestyles. Their products are handmade in small batches in their family workshop in Yorkshire.
Meet Anna and Lou, life-long best friends, two arty souls who have always found creativity in anything and everything. Their backgrounds are in teaching art and in interior design. One day over a nice cup of Yorkshire tea, an idea brewed, with a love for inspirational quotes, old vintage lettering and beautiful handmade art work, a creation was formed.
Jack is a 24 year old ceramic designer and maker. He’s also a geometric genius. He first started out making porcelain buttons and as his interest in ceramics grew. He went on to develop his skills studying modelling and mould making. He started to make mould casts using the most translucent quality porcelain for lights […]
Jess works out of her home studio in Devon. She specialises in sculpting everyday products from natural and unbleached materials where possible. Jess came across the idea of sewing with cotton rope in 2016 and now uses this as her main material to make a wide range of exquisite handmade homewares & accessories. She loves […]
With a lifelong love of the countryside and fascination for nature, Donna likes nothing better than to be in her wellies wandering through woodland and fields with her dogs where she finds a wealth of inspiration for her designs, created to capture the beauty and essence of the countryside surrounding her home in the Cotswolds.
Kathryn Sherriff is a studio potter working by the railway line in Carshalton village, South London, making functional, wheel thrown porcelain ceramics. She works in small batches and aims for simple designs with clean lines and muted colour palettes that are practical and will work in most homes and on any dining table.