Shopping Directory

Over the last year, I've come across so many delightful, independent homeware shops/makers/artists, that I decided to compile them into a little directory to share with you! Here are a list of my personal favorites, along with a short description of what they sell. I'll be adding to this list as and when I come across a new shop I love, so keep checking back!

If you have any questions about how to style certain products or what to buy, I'll be lauching an interior styling service soon, so let me know if you'd be interested!

Are you an indie designer/maker/shop owner who'd like to work with me? Get in touch! angloyankophile [at] gmail [dot] com.

xo Jaime

Geo-Fleur - All things green. Succulents, cacti, and wonderful planters for your home. Sophie also runs workshops and can design bespoke terrariums to order.

Att Pynta - Beautiful Scandinavian design. I'm a huge fan of the ceramic and marble pieces.

Yonder.Living - Travel-inspired homeware, including brightly colored Sahara pots, woven pom-pom blankets, and kilim cushions.

Barnaby & Co. - Homeware from independent designers/makers. Each piece is like a work of art!

Evermade - Fun stationery and prints for your home office. Printed gifts for everyone.

Postcards Home - Homeware and gifts from independent designers from around the world.

Nom Living - Stunning ceramic tableware (their blue and white marble mugs often feature in my Instagram feed).

alijoedesigns - Delightful, quirky, vintage plates with a twist cleverly upcycled by Debbie Carne.

Snowden Flood - Design-focused shop stocking quirky prints, stationery, candles, and more.

Elizabeth Scarlett - Pretty textiles embroidered with palm trees, pineapples, and other tropical designs.

Layer - Preloved antiques, carefully curated and delivered to your door.

Laura Gee - Original abstract pieces of art for your home in beautiful color palettes.

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