west elm London‘s first Etsy-Pop Up shop is happening on the 6th March! We’ve worked with Arianna + Carole from Heart Home Magazine, one of our favourite online magazines in the UK, to curate a list of 13 local London-based sellers to take part.
Please join us on Thursday, 6th March from 1pm – 8pm, where each of the featured Etsy sellers will set up within the west elm store to share and sell their homewares, accessories, stationery, fashions and more! We’ll also have a Look Look photobooth and a dessert station from award-winning Kooky Bakes!
From wildlife to portraits, bold artwork created from everyday inspiration.
A unique collection of accessories and soft furnishings made from natural, organic fabrics.
Neon London sells all things neon and bright — handmade or hand packaged in East London with love.
Beautiful objects for a brighter life. Hand printed tote bags, stationery and tees.
Items handmade from laser cut wood and vintage inspired imagery.
Typographic prints inspired by things you love; food, travel, music and more.
Cecily Vessey sells London and City themed Ceramics (mugs, egg cups etc), Prints, Cards, Tea Towels and Sticky Tape.
Handmade homewares from a little studio in London.
rachel loves bob is a range of hand-crafted jewelry from designer Rebecca Gladstone, featuring clean lines and graphic elements and working with both wood and metal elements.
The Mengsel range features tea towels and cushion covers, screen printed and sewn in the UK. All designs are by Luzelle van der Westhuizen.
Objects that try to challenge the seemingly increasing pace of modern urban life, by introducing a gentle come back to the rituals of food and drinks consumption. They are all about taking time to relax and enjoy the moment.
Alice’s products and illustrations are designed to make people smile, and to bring a little bit of colour into your life.
The world of animals inhabiting Jimbobart’s hand-drawn ceramics range has a woodland setting but its creatures have urban sensibilities.
Award winning bloggers Arianna Trapani and Carole King launched Heart Home Magazine in September 2011, a quarterly online-magazine that champions independent British designers + inspires readers to get creative with their own homes! Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
Follow us on Etsy and explore some of the handmade goodness we’ve been loving, including curated pieces from catalog-featured artists, selections from local Etsy Pop-Ups, and other one-of-a-kind items that catch our eye!