Artisan homewares with a focus on ethical and sustainable products
The inspiration behind Homefront Interiors is the desire to create a destination for sustainable living and artisanal homewares in Bath. With a keen interest in sourcing local artists and makers, supporting small UK businesses and finding fair trade and ethical homewares from around the world,Homefront has managed to build up a carefully curated treasure trove of beautiful products. You can find a surprising array of products at Homefront from handmade rustic frames to seagrass baskets, scented candles to prints and cards.
You can find a surprising array of products at Homefront from handmade rustic frames to seagrass baskets, scented candles to prints and cards.
Homefront has grown in reputation since opening in 2016 and has become a popular spot for locals and visitors to find those all-important finishing touches for the home and unusual gifts. With so many products from small makers and producers you are bound to find something a little bit different and very special.
Homefront Interiors can be found in Margaret’s Buildings, a beautiful pedestrianised independent shopping street in Bath. Located just around the corner from The Royal Crescent, a World Heritage Site, and one of the most iconic views in Bath. Locals and visitors alike are in agreement when they say that Margaret’s Buildings is a hidden gem of a street and well worth a visit with its eclectic mix of independent shops and café.
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At Homefront we sell an eclectic mix of artisan made jewellery. We sell Fair Trade ethically sourced ranges by Nkuku, Just Trade and Artisans and Adventurers alongside jewellery made by local or UK based artisan makers. Whether you are looking for a gift for a loved one or something for yourself you are bound to find just what you are looking for at Homefront.
All Nkuku jewellery is handmade with 22 karat gold plating, by a fair-trade enterprise in Rajasthan . The artisans used traditional techniques honed over generations. The jewellery is hypoallergenic and nickel free. The designs are stylish, elegant and striking.
Just Trade's ethical jewellery is handmade by women in a number of collaborative projects. There is the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India which offers training and fairly paid employment to the women to increase their skills and future work possibilities, often bringing them a status in their society for the first time. They also work with the Fair Trade Hope Project in Lima, Peru which enables women to provide income for their families and educate their children.
Artisans and Adventurers jewellery range is designed in their London Studio and is hand carved in wax before being brought to life by their partner workshop in the Pink City of Jaipur. These have been made from Recycled Brass and eco silver and have been fairly traded.
10 Margaret's Buildings | Bath, BA1 2LP
Telephone number: 01225 571 711