Posts Tagged ‘h is for home’

We’re new & improved!

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

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Newly designed H is for Home website home page screenshot

We’ve been burning the midnight oil recently – and are very excited to finally be able to share news of our late night efforts.

Newly designed H is for Home website shop page screenshot

We’ve been beavering away designing a shiny new & improved H is for Home shop website. Here are a couple of previews. The new design went live yesterday – please click here to go and have a look and tell us what you think!

Christmas Countdown: H is for Home

Monday, December 24th, 2012

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selection of festive Christmas homewares available on the MADE website

It’s Christmas Eve, and you’ve not managed to finish all your Christmas shopping! Don’t panic – you can still get e-gift vouchers on the H is for Home website.

They’re available from £5 to £500 denominations and you can chose to print it out and pop it in an envelope or it can be emailed to the recipient if you’re not going to be seeing them in person… problem solved! :-)

N is for… New

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

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collection of fabric doorstops / bookends handmade by Sarah Nicol

green fabric doorstop / bookend handmade by Sarah Nicol green fabric doorstop / bookend handmade by Sarah Nicol

We’re known for vintage here at H is for Home

collection of greeting cards by artist Gail Kelly featuring British trees, all taken from original linocuts hand-printed onto Irish linen

greeting card by artist Gail Kelly featuring an apple tree, taken from an original linocut hand-printed onto Irish linen

…but we also like to stock a smattering of new items too.

washing line display of 100% cotton hopsack tea towels designed and hand screen printed by Skinny laMinx in Cape Town, South Africa

100% cotton hopsack tea towel designed and hand screen printed by Skinny laMinx in Cape Town, South Africa. This design is entitled Borrowed Spoons

Things that we think sit well – contemporary products with a vintage or folk art feel.

vintage coffee set with cafetiere cosy handmade and embroidered by Janie (Knitted Textiles)

cafetiere cosy handmade and embroidered by Janie (Knitted Textiles)

We look for a handmade aspect too. These are a few examples – all currently available on our website.