If you’re in the market for industrial furniture and lighting, London-based Industville is a great place to start. Making use of quality metals the likes of pewter, brass and copper, Industville pendant lights are among the best on the market. Working for a wide variety of rooms and interior designs, you can’t go wrong with this classic design.
Bowl Stories is an entire cookbook devoted to food in a bowl. Often overlooked, eating food from a bowl can be down anywhere and with one hand, something that can’t be said of its cousin, the plate. Penned by Ben Donath and Viola Molzen, Bowl stories features innovative dishes such as Asian carbonara with pork belly, and hay panna cotta - recipes you wouldn’t expect to work but actually do.
Aside from the humble T-shirt, the Oxford shirt may be the next in line in terms of versatile, easy to wear menswear staples. You can wear it with virtually anything, from suits to shorts, and it will be as cool now as it will be in a decade from now. ASKET’s take is made from brushed American cotton, and comes with Mother of Pearl buttons, making it one of the very best out there.
Menu produces a range of home accessories which often are more than what they at first appear to be. These bottle shaped devices are actually salt and pepper grinders, and will add an interesting design element to your kitchen or dining table. Made from brass and with a sleep black finish, they’re as stylish as they are functional.
Ideal for storing anything from whisky to wine, Tom Dixon’s black tank decanter brings a bit of old school charm to your drinks cupboard. Made from solid black glass, its smokey look has been mouth-blown and as such each piece is unique.