Having recently stumbled across the amazing online boutique The Future Kept, I’ve compiled my own wish list of some of their incredible products. With their background in interior, graphic and product design, owners Jeska and Dean Hearne have perfectly assembled an inspiring collection of items from independent designers, makers and artisans. With a strong focus on durability, quality and sustainability, they seek out beautiful and useful products with a story to tell and created by people with passion.
With the unbridled growth of huge online tycoons like Amazon, I’m more and more motivated to support conscientious entrepreneurs like Jeska and Dean.
Attention all coconut oil fanatics, the Liha Idan body oil will be right up your street. It’s a mixture of natural cold pressed coconut oil mixed with Tuberose, a combination that creates a sublime moisturising oil that can be used on hair, nails, body and face.
I love this Amelie Mancini Arches oversized ladies tote bag. The design is carved by Amelie onto a block of linoleum and then used to create a repeating pattern which is burnt onto a screen then printed by hand with non-toxic water-based black ink in Amelie’s Brooklyn studio.
This Chai bar is a cold process soap made with organic vegetable oils and cocoa butter, black tea, and a delectable blend of spicy essential oils. It’s made by hand in small batches in Hackney, East London.
I love these essential city guides from Cereal magazine. Not only are they useful for spontaneous city breaks, but they look pretty good on a bookshelf too!
These Beautiful House of Rym blankets can be used as a summer throw, picnic rug, sofa throw, beach blanket or for that extra layer when relaxing around the home.