A little piece of art for any occasion
We’re pleased to welcome back items by Libby Ballard in store and online this month. Libby creates beautiful hand-thrown ceramics for your home, inspired by the coast. Each piece is handmade from a blend of stoneware clays, made on Libby’s potter’s wheel in her garden studio in Wiltshire. We’ve a lovely selection for you to choose from, including cereal bowls, jugs, mugs, vases and planters. This is the kind of homeware range you can keep adding to for years to come…it’ll become a staple on your Christmas list!
We are also very excited to show you our latest product from sustainable lighting brand Jarapa. They have partnered with Regenerate to offer a range of cardboard lighting, and we have the table lamp in stock now. This cardboard lighting is a celebration of recycling; when you buy a Regenerate product you can rest assured that they have put all the work in to make sure that the product is as sustainable as possible. Every Regenerate light has had its carbon footprint offset (including the footprint of the bulb that is going to live inside it!). Designed to evoke a sense of relaxation with warm tones and curious light patterns, these table lamps are both unusual and beautiful.
This is the kind of homeware range you can keep adding to for years to come…it’ll become a staple on your Christmas list!
Also new to Homefront Interiors are Claire Cartwright’s wall hangings. Do you have an area of wall space at home which needs something, but you’re not sure what? How about a wall hanging! Claire Cartwright Studio is a design studio creating unique small-batch, hand produced homewares inspired by travel and culture. With an interest in shape and pattern, craft and technique, Claire draws on her skills as a maker to produce wall hangings (and lampshades, which we also stock) from her studio in Bristol. Claire places a key focus on sustainability throughout her design process, creating timeless products that are designed to last and made with the best possible materials. She uses traditional techniques to create her work, such as cyanotype and screen printing.
10 Margaret's Buildings | Bath, BA1 2LP
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