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Gifts for those who love lamps in evening corners and quiet poems. Cooking up a storm in the snuggly warmth of their colourful kitchen. The smell of saffron, old books and dried oranges on wreaths. Ceramics to last a lifetime and bring cheer to breakfast tables. Gifts for the lovers of homes full of history, for the collectors, for the aestheticians. 

Spread the joy by gifting something handmade this Christmas. We can gift wrap, add a gift note and send directly. 


Cosy lighting and warm wooden lamps are key to any home lover’s collection. This will stand perfectly next to a soft armchair in the corner of a room. For quiet evenings with a book and reading the newspaper on dark winter mornings. Lumo Lights are hand turned in Bristol, the quality is like nothing you can find on the high street.

Leather gets better with age, it takes on the patina of life and will be a gift to treasure forever. These notebook covers can be refilled again and again as you scribble your way through notebooks and fill them to the brim with words and doodles. The perfect gift for sustainable stationery lovers. Notch Handmade’s leatherwear is a top-seller for a reason. The quality of her work is incredible. She packages beautifully and has the chicest handwriting for gift notes.

Porcelain tea light holders – a beautiful present. When these are lit up, they really add such a warm and atmospheric glow to any space. All unique with different markings and patterns. Rebecca works from her studio in Peckham and you will never meet a more passionate ceramicist.

Our stationery collection is so special to us and we love the thought of people finding joy in writing little notes to people they love on these. Handwritten letters are so underrated these days but truly the most thoughtful gesture one can make. These notecards and envelopes are handprinted and part of an amazing collaboration between The Chuffed Store, Claire Cartwright and The Letterpress Collective. The designs were hand cut lino, printed on a Heidelberg press on G.F. Smith card.

Serving your food on a really nice plate makes eating more fun. Laura Aymara’s collection brings joy to the everyday. Toast will taste better on her toast plates. Oh and the joys of building a ceramic collection! A kitchen cupboard full of colours, patterns, shapes and stories in which each piece of ceramics bears a special memory. Laura’s pieces will be a great way to start a collection, or the perfect addition to a well established one. 

Pure escapism in a picture. Just looking at it takes your mind on an adventure. There is something so beautiful about framed photography hung on a wall alongside art. Adds a freshness and special touch to your walls and a seriously affordable way to build an art collection.

The perfect gift for any artist. They will take this with them everywhere, when off on adventures to draw and paint out in the open air, when going to museums to sketch, when on holiday. These rolls will keep the pencils safe and encourage you to get creative on the go.

Hand machine knitted by the super talented Kitty Pennybacker in her studio in York. Her eye for colour is exquisite. Her scarves remind us of the colours of the changing seasons. You’ll never find a gift so cosy. Brilliant for a best friend, a sister, an aunt, a mum, a gran. The perfect gift for someone who would love a gentle cuddle.

Verdekin makes the most heavenly, treaty products. This really is the best gift for someone you think deserves a pamper, some quiet time, to feel fabulous and a real treat. Also a great gift for someone you have no idea what to give- everyone will like it.

The ultimate present for a home lover. Looks so striking on an arm chair or scattered on your bed. A handmade piece that will be taken from home to home. Eleanor Dale comes from a family of weavers and you can really feel the love for her craft in her textiles. P.S. She’s also a book lover and part-time librarian.