New Shop Discovery: Lovely and Company

After all that controversial celebrity designer stuff the other day, we're going back in time now to seek out few design classics. A bit of vintage. Every interior should have something vintage. Even if you prefer modern and contemporary, something old will ground the space and give it more character. This might be the place

John Lewis is 150 years old

In 1864 a young man called John Lewis opened a small drapers store on Oxford Street. He was 28 years old and on his first day of trading he took 16 shillings and fourpence. That shop, which still abides by its original slogan, Never Knowingly Undersold, is now 150 years old and is a £4billion

Design Classics #10: The Eames Hang It All

  Its brightly coloured lollipop balls grace many a hallway although they are often obscured by the coats they were created to hold. The Hang-It-All is a classic set of hooks by those masters of modernist design Mr and Mrs Eames. In the mid 1940s Charles and Ray began designing products for children, including their