Melanie Barnes is the writer and photographer behind the beautiful Geoffrey and Grace blog – a home for slow, wholehearted and creative living.
This blog space celebrates imperfections and cherishes vulnerability, making time for and placing importance on creativity – in its many forms – and how it enriches our lives. It provides an opportunity to explore my creative potential, to create, express and share my experiences with others, in the hope of bringing a little bit of light and loveliness into your day.
Berylune is a small, friendly business with an independent lifestyle shop in Royal Leamington Spa. They opened their doors in May 2012, much to the delight of their local customers and friends. Berylune are thrilled to be able to offer their products to those further afield here at www.berylune.co.uk!
The Berylune team is small but perfectly formed – sisters Amy and Emily and their best friend Zoë, as well as the amazing Alison and family friend Hannah. They stock all the best things – cards, gifts, homewares, stationery, kids stuff, accessories, you name it! Their range is ever changing, so do pop back again to see what new goodies they have on offer.
Urban Makers was founded in Bow, East London, by two friends Ilka Dickens and Julia Redgrove. Since 2015 they have been hosting makers markets, pop-up shops and small business workshops in London.
They believe in nurturing creative people with unique businesses, dreams and ideas and have curated a range of gifts which are not only beautiful but ethical and made with care for environment.
If you are contemplating any form of interior design then do look up Bert & May.Bert & May pride themselves on creating design led products that are crafted by hand, using traditional techniques. Their name has become synonymous with raw, honest materials and fine craftsmanship.
They have stockists in East London, Chelsea and Leeds and have a great website.