Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Featured in Stylefinder

The lovely Philippa Morgon, Style Editor of Glamour Magazine, recently interviewed us for her Stylefinder Blog. It's such good fun to be intervied because it makes us stop and look back over the past four years with excitement about what we've achieved.

Friday, 16 July 2010

Stones and Stardust - a new collection by Lee May Foster

Stones and Stardust is a brand new jewellery collection by Lee May Foster, inspired by images of natural history, geometry and folklore.

Semi-precious stones are mixed with gold plated globes, stars and feathers which adds up to a collection fit for Lily Cole in Dr Parnassus.
From £13 to £28 - available in Jewellery Room 1 (please use your scroll bar to go along to cabinet number 3).

Friday, 9 July 2010

Free Delivery This Weekend On Any Order!

This weekend we are offering free delivery on all orders for our subscribers. So if you're taking a break from the sun or sheltering from the rain (as we are up here in Cumbria) why not have a browse around the shop and see if anything takes your fancy - and then type in this code in the Discount Voucher box at the checkout in order to redeem your free first class recorded delivery:


There's lots of new collections to explore, from Dolapo James' African clutch bags to Barneby Gates nostalgic wallpaper and Daniel Heath's printed cushions. Also other favourites are back in stock like erica Weiner's Bird Call Necklace and Giant Feather pendant. Have fun!

Friday, 2 July 2010

The Launch of the New Cushion Room

We've just launched the new Cushion Room with two stunning collections by Daniel Heath and Ella Doran.

Daniel Heath is a designer and illustrator based in London. Since graduating from The Royal College of Art, Daniel has developed his signature Circus Wallpaper collection which has been gathering fans worldwide.

This new collection of cushions has been exclusively designed for The Shop Floor Project and features the classic prints, Fantastic Jumbo and High Wire, alongside an exciting new design.

Taxidermy Birds (see below) depicts an array of birds in the process of being stuffed. The central bird has it’s wings pinned into position and it’s eyes have been prepared for their glass replacements. A beautiful yet macabre design that asks to be looked at again and again.

Hand printed onto soft needle cord with contrast piping, the cushions have been skillfully made in the UK and are filled with duck feathers to create a heavy upholstered feel.

Digital Landscape Cushions by Ella Doran

Ella Doran has been experimenting with mixing old printing methods with new digital technology to create vibrant textiles that translate beautifully into functional objects. A graduate of the prestigious textile course at Edinburgh College of Art, Ella’s textiles have been widely exhibited across the country.

The new Digital Landscape collection follows a popular show of her silk scarves at The Shop Floor Project and is based on patterns, forms and colours found in African and Aboriginal art.

Each cushion is expertly hand made in the UK - lined, backed, self-piped and includes the cushion filler.

Visit the new Cushion Room here...