The Interiors Edit


Fill your nest with beautiful, handmade wares

As we approach one of the most hotly anticipated Winter Open Studios yet, we’re exploring the themes that connect our astonishing community of makers.

This week, it’s the crafts that will keep you cosy and light up your everyday life. Read on for the interiors edit, and start getting excited.

Remember – this year’s Winter Open Studios will be particularly special as we launch a brand-new Cockpit Deptford, from 1-3 December. But Bloomsbury is up first! Spots are flying, so register today.

Izzy Letty

Prepare to meet your new favourite mug amongst Izzy Letty’s stoneware tableware. She throws everything on the wheel, and often envisages people’s day to day lives or evenings feasting friends as she designs. 

The results are items you’ll pick first from the cupboard and covet forever.

Majeda Clarke

Award-winning Majeda Clarke’s beautiful woven blankets bring joy to any room. By playing with strong colour inspired, by her Bangladeshi background, Majeda brings a modern aesthetic to an ancient craft. She is intrigued by the imperfections in hand woven fabric and the faded histories embedded in cloth.

Row Pinto 

Cosy is better with cashmere…

Row Pinto uses only the finest quality Scottish lamb’s wool and cashmere to create cushions, throws, hats, scarves (and more) that are all as beautiful and soft as they look. Her collections are all handcrafted, mainly using a vintage fine gauge industrial hand-powered knit machine.

Lush Designs

Dynamic duo Maria Livings and Marie Rodgers create beautiful and useful homewares, with illustrative, narrative prints that reflect their curiosity, humour and love of detail.

Make your nest pop with colourful lampshades, china, fabrics and bedding at prices that suit every budget.

Holly Loftus

Holly’s knives will make you wonder what you’ve been doing with all this time… You’ll find hand forged blades, made using carbon steels which are known for their durability and edge retention, fitted with handles made from native timbers, which are sourced from family run sawmills in England. She’s inspired by principles of heirloom design to make quality tools – and food taste all the better.

Ellen Mae Williams

Bring a touch of the outdoors indoors, with Ellen Mae William’s naturally dyed and hand-painted linen interior textiles. Ellen’s practice combines textiles with mark-making, with each piece forming a direct dialogue with the environment and season from which they are inspired.