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This Fresh New Homewares Brand Wants to Start a Revolution


by Kate Phelan
16th Feb 2016
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The debut SS16 collection from The People’s Emporium?consists of “homewares for the people, by the people”…

Self-confessed homeware addicts Laura Fearnall and Claire Hamer-Stubbs teamed up to found new online store The People’s Emporium out of a desire to provide easy access to ethically produced contemporary homewares.

They came together?to create a stylish line of products that could be easily traced back to their makers – a task they refer to as “changing the face of the sustainable revolution”.

This Fresh New Homewares Brand Wants to Start a Revolution
Handleless cups, €9 (around €12), The People’s Emporium

The process of turning their passion into a business was achieved with the help of former Habitat UK senior designer Rebecca Hoyes. An?experienced textile designer, Rebecca?has created a beautiful SS16 collection of hand-finished pottery, tea towels, linens, cushions and throws in a spring-perfect palette of luscious corals, marvellous mints and dusky pinks.

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Spot tea towel in Mint & Grey, €12 (around €16), The People’s Emporium

Passing through?the hands of’makers from Britain, Europe and Africa, each unique’design has been realised in exquisite’detail.

View the full collection now at The People’s Emporium.