The fourth Made London craft and design fair was a remarkable showcase of craftsmanship and skill. The fair offers visitors a chance to buy directly from artisans and designers across a range of disciplines. While there are some high ticket items, there are also plenty of affordable pieces available. It is a fantastic opportunity to buy unique items and meet the people who have poured their sweat, tears and love into every element.
These are just some of our favourites from the homewares and home accessories exhibitors. With so much to choose from, it was a difficult list to pull together.
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Links to Artists & Designers
The Cloud Pottery – these beautiful ceramics are inspired by the sea and made by Juliet Macleod in Scotland.
Ane Christensen – beautiful metal work pieces, by a London based, Danish designer.
Helaina Sharpley – teacups on hooks or an Edwardian street scene that grows out of the canvas, these clever 3-d wire work pictures are just brilliant.
Adriana Homewares – working with the Campaign for Wool and mills in Yorkshire, these gorgeous wool cushions and throws, in lush colours, are as soft as silk.
Tom Guest – this beautiful chair is a modern take on the mid-century look.
Holly Berry – a graduate of the Crafts Council hothouse programme, Holly makes these colourful and modern ‘love’ blankets.
Julie Ayton – these lovely teacups are just one example of Julie’s remarkable work, which includes delicate blue tea sets.
Jonathan Rogers – the richness of colour, impeccable perfection and delicacy of the work are remarkable, we are big fans!
Justine Allison – these square vases and the pinstripe are unusual, remarkable and so elegant.
Romor Designs – these colourful shades are pretty luxurious.
Jenny Crisp – with over 30 years experience, Jenny not only weaves her own work, but grows the willow.
Peter Lanyon Furniture – these lampshades light up the inner beauty and richness of wood.
Hugh Miller Furniture – sleek and elegant work in wood, just beautiful.
Kirsty Adams – these simple pieces are graceful and elegant.
Amanda Cobbett – using intricate embroidery and paper-making Amanda produces some remarkable works of art that replicate the beauty of the natural world.
Feature image: so pretty Rainbow Bowls by Emma Lacey