Retro Living

Retro Living evolved from a passion for sourcing eclectic, interesting and unusual items of furniture, art, lighting and objets d’art. Malcolm initially started the business online through the Retro Living website which has now grown to a retail shop located on Church Street in Marylebone, where the majority of the stock is on display. Retro Living 7A Church Street London NW8 8EE Retro Living restores, reupholsters and rewires the majority of its pieces to ensure they are of the highest quality and sympathetically restored to ensure everything reaches you in the best original condition possible. Pieces include dining chairs, armchairs, dining tables, ceiling lights, […]

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Quisquose

I design and make cushions, for high end interiors market, visit my website at: https://www.quisquose.london/  for a selection of the styles available. I offer a bespoke service, designs are tailor made to match existing upholstery or uniquely designed with a modern or traditional twist I specialise each design using contrasting colours and textures to create an entirely unique finish. I collaborate with interior designers and source special bespoke fabrics to order depending on your needs.

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Patton Designs & Workshops

Catherine Patton sells vintage clothing, accessories & homeware. Following a period working in various museums, she has a particular style that draws on and interprets classic historical influences. She is also trained in jewellery making and is a skilled seamstress producing beautifully styled jewellery, bags, lampshades and upcycled items made from vintage materials. Her materials are environmentally friendly and finished objects entail a high level of craft. She has been running a vintage stall at the Herne Hill Sunday market and making bespoke pieces for some time. CRAFT WORKSHOPS Catherine runs craft workshops using upcycled and vintage materials. These include […]

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Nkiruka Design Partnership

Nkiruka is a creative fashion, arts and textiles design partnership based in South London. Their work focuses on the textiles, arts and crafts of the African continent and their designs aim to transform and share these ‘textiles and crafts of culture’ whilst at the same time cherishing their history, the artistry of their creators and the stories, traditions and values that they represent.  At Nkiruka, they believe that in order for these fabrics and crafts to live, they must be translated into uses that are suitable for modern lives, new audiences, markets and consumers. The word ‘Nkiruka’ (pronounced ‘N-key-ru-ka’) comes […]

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Emerald & Cerise

Paulette Roberts has been a keen collector of beautiful home and garden accessories and furnishings for many years. She now wants others to buy from her treasure trove. Her products are sourced from places around the world and have a particular mark of quality, with some items originally sold from Heal’s, Liberty’s and other world-class stores. If you are looking to re-design your living space, Paulette is happy to talk to you about ways to accessorise and create something special. She also offers a room clearance service, helping you to refresh and de-clutter. The other part of the Emerald & Cerise […]

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Chantel Lawrence, The McLeary Project Ltd

Hi, My name is Chantel Lawrence. I am the founder and owner of The McCleary Project Ltd. I offer a service that consists of bespoke pieces made to order and for hire. I also run a workshop called ‘Let’s make it’ aimed at people from disadvantaged and low income backgrounds. The workshops include how to design and revamp old or new furniture on a low budget. Website:www.themcclearyproject.com Instagram: The McCleary project

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