In his magnum opus The Waste Land, modernist writer T.S. Eliot famously claimed that ‘April is the cruellest month’. While, usually, we are not ones to question a literary giant, we couldn’t disagree more. After all, with the arrival of April comes Easter eggs, a string of bank holidays and the latest designs fresh from the Salone Del Mobile Milano.
Of course, new designs from Tom Dixon and Anglepoise weren’t the only thing to distract from yet more topsy-turvy turns in the world of politics. For April saw the return of the Heal’s Modern Craft Market with this year’s focus firmly on the big smoke and the makers who are making a name for themselves in the capital. For four weeks our Made in London exhibition showcased some of the city’s most exciting craft talent with a jam-packed schedule of parties, demos and hands-on workshops from those involved. And this wasn’t the only thing to set tongues of wagging in the press this month…
Country Living, ’10 delicate DIY ideas to create the perfect flower-filled Easter dining space,’ 15.04.17 – Glass Tapered Pendant Large by Old School Electric.
The Guardian (Weekend Magazine), ‘Space, The Edit,’22.04.17 – Octopus Large Plate by Mia Sarosi and Indigo Rain dinnerware by 1881 Ltd.
madaboutthehouse.co.uk, ‘Green Velvet Sofa,’12.04.17 – Wallis sofa by Russell Pinch for Heal’s.
theresident.co.uk, ‘Spring Interiors Trends,’ 12.04.17 – Wallis sofa by Russell Pinch for Heal’s and Marbled cushion by Susi Bellamy.
homegirllondon.com, ‘Exciting Eccentric Octopus Tableware Trend,’12.04.17 – Octopus tableware by Mia Sarosi.
House Beautiful, ‘Moodboard Masterclass,’ 01.05.17 – Rodan round occasional table by PINCH, Memo rug by Linie Design, Hexxed side table by Moroso and Minerals cushions by Petite Friture.
The Guardian, ‘Space: The Edit,’01.04.17 – Botany cushion by Bonnie and Neil.
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