Home Decor

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Abigail Ahern

They're obsessed with interiors, pushing the boundaries to totally reinvent spaces, and to inspire you to create a home you'll never want to leave. They're evangelical about colour, their signature colour palette being an array of intoxicating, dark, inky "bottom of the lake" hues, all tempered with the odd bright pop of colour and ultra-luxe new neutrals. They adore spaces that feel lived in, loved and a little messed up. They conjure up the ultimate "tomboy meets glamour puss" cool vibe, by tempering masculine gentleman's club design with touches of laid-back glam. They boldly mix anything with everything, redefining the eclectic style. They're redefining luxury with faux leather, wall finishes and their famous faux flowers and botanicals to die for, not being afraid to bend, break and change the rules.

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Abode

Bringing together a marketplace of contemporary and eclectic accessories that compliment each other. Alongside their popular design led products their aim has always been to provide an inspiring range of hand-crafted items and 'up-cycled' pieces. They enjoy looking for vintage items, something rescued and revived. They follow trends closely and are drawn to things with an emphasis on style. They are delighted to be working with many talented UK makers and have a creative input in designing new products some of which are made in-house. They are passionate about products that are made in the UK and when sourcing products from abroad they insist they meet Fairtrade and ethical standards.

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About Living

One of Glasgow and Perth's leading homeware and gift stores. Opening in 2006, About Living now has three stores which are located in Glasgow and Perth. They pride themselves on selecting the best homeware, jewellery, gifts and cards on offer from around the world. They look at the latest trends, colours and designs and work with some of the most desirable brands including Alessi, LSA, Joseph Joseph, Le Creuset, Ted Baker, Caroline Gardner, Coeur de Lion, Dansk, Jellycat and Burt's Bees. All products are hand picked in order to stand out from the typical department store. They don't just want to offer you simply kitchenware or glassware or jewellery. They want to have a full collection of products for all styles and occasions. About Living is a lifestyle for the way you live your life. They pride themselves on giving customers great customer satisfaction with fast, friendly and efficient delivery service and a no-quibbles return policy. They want you to contact them for advice or to find out more information on their products. They are there to make life easier for you.

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Accessories for the Home

Offers unique, quality items at affordable prices.

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Adra

Stylish and contemporary Welsh gifts. 'Home' means different things to different people. It's a nest, a retreat; it's warm, safe and welcoming; a place for entertaining, for relaxing, and for simply being. At Adra - which in Welsh means 'home' - they believe that home is where the heart is. Their home is in Snowdonia, where a wealth of natural materials are teamed with the cream of Wales' creativity and raw talent to bring to you the very best in stylish and contemporary Welsh gifts, Welsh home and garden goods, Welsh kitchenware and Welsh baby gifts. Their wide selection of handcrafted Welsh gifts and homeware are sourced from Wales' most talented craftspeople, and many items feature words or slogans in the Welsh language. Cool, stylish Welsh personalised gifts, soft furnishings and hand-crafted Welsh jewellery, made from natural materials in Wales.

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All's Fair

They have a passion for design and great fair trade stories, so you can trust them to source beautiful products from some of the most popular fair trade brands available. Their fair trade products include: bags and purses, sourced from specialists like Earth Squared and Manumit; jeweller (Just Trade and Kazuri); scarves sourced from Cool Trade Winds; winter woolies sourced from Black Yak, who are local to them in Yorkshire; toys supplied by fair trade specialists like Lanka Kade; homewares sourced from BAFTS members Namaste, Azeti, New Overseas Traders and Tilnar Art. They are passionate about what they do, and believe that through fair trade we can all help to make the world a better place. Choosing fair trade helps to reduce the exploitation of workers in developing countries by guaranteeing that they receive at least a living wage and have minimum standards in which to work. Whilst this in itself is an admirable motivation for buying fair trade, value for money and guaranteed quality are still very important factors when choosing what products to buy. After all, few of us have money to burn! Fair trade products are often handmade by highly experienced craftsmen, using high quality materials and environmentally friendly production methods – and as you will see from their website, they are sold at very competitive prices. Fair trade products are, therefore, frequently much better all-round value for money when compared to similar goods you find on the High Street. As a fair trade company, it is very important to them that theyu run their own business in an ethical manner, in accordance with the Ten Principles of Fair Trade as outlined by the WFTO. They always treat their customers and suppliers with honesty and respect, and aim to be transparent in everything they do – and as a result it seems that most people want do business with them again. In addition, as a growing business they are very aware of the responsibility they have to minimise their impact on the environment, and they therefore take active steps to reduce, reuse and recycle.

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Alphabet Soup

Full of fabulous things for you and your home, stocking an eclectic mix of original art, restyled furniture, decorative homewares, gorgeous gifts and cards.

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Anthropologie

Founded in 1992 in Wayne, Pennsylvania, Anthropologie has grown into a one-of-a-kind destination for those seeking a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor to reflect their personal style and fuel their lives' passions. Taking inspiration from the worlds of fashion, art and entertaining, they are committed to offering their customers signature products and unmatched service; both online and in their stores throughout the UK and North America. They are passionate about collaboration and are proud to nurture partnerships with both established and upcoming artists to bring their customers unique, covetable pieces to treasure. Their buyers and designers travel the world to uncover special products and to collaborate with talented artists. The result? A unique assortment that includes clothing, accessories, beauty, found objects, gifts and more, with influences ranging from vintage to global. Their teams have a commitment to creativity, passion, and entrepreneurship but hope their success lies at keeping the customer at the heart of everything they do.

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Aram

London's best modern furniture store since 1964.

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Auroville

Online store presenting the products and services of Auroville to the world. The products on this website are produced in Auroville by its numerous units and all funds and profits from the sale of products go to furthering the development of the township. They pride themselves on the quality and fineness of all products and also on the ethical way in which they are produced. Auroville is a centre for alternative technology in India and the world. Natural earth-building methods have been developed to a high degree. Organic farming is well established and use of natural methods of manufacturing without pollution or destruction of the planet are a hallmark of the Auroville community.

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B and M

Was formed in 1978 and is now one of the leading variety retailers in the UK. From its first store in Blackpool, Lancashire, B&M has grown to over 500 stores and employs over 22,500 staff. B&M believe in selling top branded products at sensational prices. They attract over 3 million happy customers a week through their doors. B&M has stores throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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