PR Clients

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Floralism cushions by Boho & Co

Boho & Co


Boho & Co’s by-line ‘beauteousness for all’ epitomises their approach to design and a profound belief that the immense beauty found in nature can lift the spirit and gladden the heart.  The distinctive designs depict their love of flowers and the enduring beauty of archive designs and artworks using nature as their subject, whilst translating them for use as textiles and wallpapers in the modern world.  The first ranges of fabrics, wallpaper, interior accessories and furniture will be shown at Decorex and Top Drawer 2016.



A selection of interior accessories from Curated Living



Curated Living are dedicated to sourcing a wide range of unique, one-of-a-kind home décor products, vintage furniture, gifts, and home accessories for interior design along with an indulgent selection of luxury body care products.

Taking inspiration from the vibrant colours and delightful textures from their travels far and wide they bring a carefully collated collection of new, exciting and beautiful items that entice and excite. 



Slimline infrared heater from FunkyHeat



Specialists in infrared heating, FunkyHeat are on a mission to bring the funk back into heating. FunkyHeat's stylish touch-screen controlled infrared heaters are available in a range of colours, shapes and sizes. The slimline design is easy to install and supplied ready for either horizontal or vertical mounting and there is also a tailor-made service where you can personalise the radiator with your own image or logo, you can even specify your own shape, size and colour.



Home and lifestyle PR. Geo cushions by Ellie Hyde at Graduate Collection



Graduate Collection works with some of the most exciting new designers to emerge from British universities. The full collection also includes ceramics, wall art and stationery. All products are designed and made in the UK, helping to support some of the country’s oldest industries.





Homeware PR. Knitted soft furnishings by Janie Knitted Textiles



Jane Withers works with her partner Michael Hanmer and they produce products for interiors and fashion. With an emphasis on sustainability, wool has become their core material along with linen and cotton.

The work in their practice is a direct response to environmental colours, textures and the materials they use together with developing concepts and ideas challenging the conventional use of wool. In 2014 they developed a collection of lighting using knitted tubular fabric which is woven onto a metal frame. Wool is ideal for lighting as it is naturally fire retardant and in the washing process a moth proofing has been added too.



Quadric pendant lights by MOS Furniture

MOS Furniture


MOS Furniture is a small furniture company based near Keswick in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria, specialising in the design and construction of custom wood furniture for both private and commercial clients throughout Cumbria and the rest of the UK


The Flock Collection is a range of smaller products made in limited runs. The range of home accessories includes lighting, shelves, wine rack, coat stand and picture frames and is unified by coloured flock adding design detail vibrancy to each piece. Flock is a soft, suede-like material, created by electrostatically adhering coloured nylon fibres directly to the wood surface.



Natural beauty product PR. NHP Natural Haircare Program range of products



Developed for salon use, NHP is a new concept in hair care inspired by nature and features a range of treatment and aftercare products rich in organic Argan oil and organic Macadamia oil. The products are available in both salon and retail sizes and include Hair Bath, Hair Mask, Beautifying Elixir and Active Lotions.NHP ingredients are organic certified and not treated with toxic substances or chemical processes, so the scalp is protected, not irritated. NHP is also kind to the environment as all packaging is 100% recyclable and products are created using alternative forms of energy.



Ceramic tableware from Sthal



 The name Sthål originates from the initials of Susanna Theander and Helena Åkesson-Liedberg.  As designers and

stylists with a passion for food and good company, they were always searching for dishes and bowls with colours, shapes and patterns that stood out from the ordinary -  tableware that would do the food visual justice and create the right atmosphere.  As working with ceramics was a hobby for both of them, they decided to create exactly what we were looking for.  The result is bohemian everyday ceramics that brighten up any day of the week.  Their first collection, Arabesque, cleverly combines both Swedish and exotic influences. Finding inspiration in oriental pattern and ornament the range of bowls, plates and platters is available in a selection of Scandi-influenced hues and has been designed to mix and match with old and new favourites.

Gift & lifestyle PR. DIY Knit Kit from Stitch & Story



The ultimate go-to site for learning to knit and for all things woolly.  With knitting often being dubbed as a granny hobby and impossible to learn, Stitch & Story have made extra effort to break away from these stereotypes by offering all-in-one, DIY kits with knitting patterns to reflect current fashion trends and lifestyle products.





Homes and interiors PR. Artisan handmade lamps by Storm Furniture



From their local workshop near Halesworth in Suffolk, Storm Furniture design and make a visually stunning range of home lighting and furniture products. All products are 100% hand made to order in the eco-friendly workshop using a mix of modern and traditional techniques using the finest locally sourced and FSC approved veneers and materials. Everything Storm builds is of outstanding quality and finished to perfection. Every piece unique in itself. Storm Furniture also offer a bespoke service on all their products.




Gift & craft PR. Tote bag by Talented



Talented are on a mission to transform the humble tote bag into an art form! Featuring the best of British design, each season Talented commission designers to create new artworks to adorn their tote bags using upcycled or sustainable fabrics.The Talented range is designed in the UK and printed in Sheffield on fair-trade certified cotton bags and purses. The ranges sell in giftware shops, fashion boutiques, museums and gallery shops, as well as online.




Mandela Moon rug by Wendy Morrison. Homes & interiors PR by Howling Moon.



Wendy has created her seasonal rug collections which bring her inspirational designs to a wider audience. Wendy derives her influences from her surroundings, seasonal colours and textures all in tune with emerging trends. Launching soon will be a new range of bespoke textural designs bringing a further dimension to Wendy’s work.Wendy exhibited at ICFF 2013 in New York City and her Willow Tree design (pictured) was included in Yatzer’s “Best of New York Design Week”. A range of specially commissioned designs for John Lewis Design Collective launched in spring 2014. 




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