Our Friends

We are delighted to work with so many great people. Here are some of our lovely friends

Good Morning Beautiful

Good Morning Beautiful was founded in 2013 with this simple thought - that every day should feel a little more beautiful. Their dressing gowns are designed to brighten up your day - whether you are a bride on her wedding day, running around after the kids, getting ready for that important work meeting or simply enjoying the peace and quiet with a cup of tea and a cracking book.

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Lola's Apothecary

Lola's Apothecary: Lola began making toiletries to cater for her own sensitive skin. Dissatisfied with fragrance-free and chemical-laden skincare, she set about creating a range of indulgent yet effective products using the finest natural ingredients. A lover of perfume, each of Lola's creations is beautifully scented with a blend of pure essential oils that enriches the experience with aroma-therapeutic benefits.

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Whisk Hampers

Whisk Hampers is a gourmet gift company with a wonderful contemporary twist. Dedicated to sourcing gorgeous, delicious and mouth-watering products for the food savvy, their collection of stylish hampers and food gifts are the ideal choice for the modern foodie.

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Racinne

Racinne: Formulated in Korea, this science-driven skincare brand incorporates ground-breaking developments in biotechnology with the regenerative powers of plants. Racinne skincare delivers innovative and exceptional products to enhance your natural beauty.

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Lostmy.name

Lostmy. name was founded by three dads (David, Pedro & Asi) and an uncle (Tal). They started Lostmy. name as a DIY project (it beats putting up wonky shelves). The aim was to take the idea of a personalised book, and do it better than ever before.

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From Britain With Love

From Britain With Love is an online boutique celebrating all things beautiful and British made. The shop features a carefully curated collection of homeware and gifts by hand-picked designers and artisans from across the British Isles. This Christmas, discover the talent that exists on your doorstep…

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E&O

E&O has been Notting Hill’s favourite pan-Asian for 15 years. Its chic interiors and delicious food make it one of the West London’s most popular hang-outs.

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Bluebird Tea Co.

Bluebird Tea Co. The UK’s expert Tea Mixologists; a fairly young, independent, award winning, caring and exciting company mixing up the most creative, loose leaf, flavoured tea blends and spreading happiness, one cup at a time.

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Anna Dempsey

Anna Dempsey Designs is a newly formed design company in North Wales. Anna’s designs on silk have been transformed into a range of limited edition prints, lampshades, curtains, cushions, throws, scarves, stoles and mugs to bring Art into your home.

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Rohan

Rohan clothing is light but durable, highly packable and easy to care for. It will keep you safe in the rain, wind, heat or snow. It is at home in cities of glass and steel, or mountains of rock and ice – wherever you make your world.

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The Watch House

The Watch House is a new restaurant in St Mawes, on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. There is a comfortable and cosy ground floor dining area and bar with family friendly booths and a light and bright upstairs dining room with views out across the harbour to St Anthony’s head.

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The Idle Rocks Hotel

The Idle Rocks is situated idyllically, on the Harbourside of St Mawes. With 20 bedrooms, each with its own unique scheme, a Restaurant seating 65 with views across the unspoilt Harbour, and a South facing Terrace that sits perfectly on the rocks… the Idle Rocks is the place to re-engage with the simpler pleasures in life.

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The View from the Shard

At the top of London’s newest landmark and Western Europe’s tallest building, you’ll find one of the finest visitor experiences around. At 244m (800ft) above London, The View from The Shard is almost twice as high as any other vantage point in the city. So visitors will be able to experience one of the truly great cities like never before – a view only normally glimpsed from the window of a plane. High above London, The View from The Shard opens up 360 degree views for up to 64km (40 miles) with multimedia displays and state of the art technology to bring it all to life.

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Wanderlust

Wanderlust, the UK’s leading magazine for people with a passion for travel, was launched in 1993 by Paul Morrison and Lyn Hughes, who schemed the project on a flight to Ecuador. Frustrated by the absence of a publication combining the right mix of wildlife, activities and cultural insight – not to mention inspirational writing and photography – the couple decided to produce a magazine packed with truly impartial information and fresh ideas.

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teapigs

Nick and Louise started teapigs in November 2006. They met whilst working for a really big tea company, where they learned all about tea and drank lots of it. And the more they learned, and the more they drank, the more they came to realise something: that there's a whole world of quality teas out there that simply aren't getting the attention they deserve. And so teapigs was born.

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the flicker club

the flicker club is a boutique cinema club that screens movies adapted from short stories or novels and invites a surprise special guest to read the source material prior to watching the film. They also collaborate with an artist for the event to reinterpret the film poster and create a bespoke flickbook for the event.

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Cath Kidston

Cath Kidston found inspiration for her world renowned designs when flicking through a magazine and seeing a bath covered in rose wallpaper situated in a simple and uncluttered bathroom. It completely summed up her ideas about using an English heritage design and giving it a modern twist. Kidston was sure that a combination of old and new would resonate with people and so the Cath Kidston design concept of Modern Vintage was born.

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Alex Monroe

British jewellery designer Alex Monroe grew up in Suffolk surrounded by fields, rivers and the plants and creatures which inhabit them. Established in 1986, his core aspirations remain unchanged; to make great quality, wearable jewellery, which is originally designed and well priced. In the UK, there are now over 100 shops selling Alex Monroe jewellery including Liberty of London.

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Alphabet Bags

Alphabet Bags was established four years ago by a husband and wife team, inspired by their shared love of typography, the alphabet and simple tote bags. The duo design every piece in the collection together from their Cambridgeshire studio and take pride in working with the very best manufacturers to ensure each item is made with lots of love and attention to detail.

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Neal's Yard Remedies

Neal's Yard Remedies have never been more proud to be British, and of the fact that unlike many of their competitors, they still research, develop and make their products here in great Britain, at their eco-factory in Dorset. They’ve been certified by the UK’s leading organic authority, the soil Association, for over 20 years. It’s your independent guarantee that their products contain the highest levels or organic ingredients possible.

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