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Samantha Jameson is the founder of award-winning artisan soap brand Soapsmith which launched in 2012. Each of Jameson’s scents are inspired by, and named after, different locations around London, from Camden Town to Whitechapel. She and her team work from an old watch factory in Walthamstow crafting her products, which have since expanded to include bath soaks, hand wash and body lotion.
Eva Sonaike is a London-based Interiors company specialising in luxury home textiles and soft furnishings with a distinctive and vibrant West-African aesthetic.
The company’s ethos 'Bringing Colour to Life' is reflected in its signature collections of cushions, rugs, fabrics and furnishings using textiles designed by Eva Sonaike. Her products are stocked worldwide in prestigious stores such as Liberty, Fenwick, Amara and Selfridges.
Prick is the brainchild of Gynelle Leon, an award winning photographer. As Gynelle's passion for plant life began to take over, she decided to train and took up part time work in a floristry to learn the trade. Here you can find plants, pots and books.
Tabara N'Diaye's La Basketry celebrates all things woven whether inspiring you to weave your own creations with one of our DIY Kits or by purchasing stylish a beautiful piece by a skilled artisan in Senegal.
Expect basket storage, basket bags, hand held fans, stylish and generous storage, planters and other woven home and fashion accessories.
Bespoke Binny is a British based business offering a range of handmade homeware and gifts items made from West African cloth.
The birth child of Natalie Manima, Bespoke Binny's products range from Pillows, Lampshades, Aprons, Oven gloves, table runners and card holders.
Bonita Ivie Prints is a gifts, stationery and homeware brand that celebrates African culture with the use of bold colour and patterns synonymous with traditional West African prints, also known as ‘ankara’.
Founder Bonita Ebuehi is a self-taught graphic designer, with a background in architecture. Bonita is passionate about creating products that people of colour can easily identify with to make both celebratory and everyday moments special.