3 fabulous small businesses I stock at Martha's Homestore

At Martha’s Homestore, my aim is to source vintage homewares and to support small, independent UK-based businesses. I’m lucky enough to be the stockist for several indie makers and today I’m going to focus on three of them. 

1. Coop Ceramics 

I’m incredibly lucky that Ros (who basically IS Coop Ceramics) lives just a five minute walk from my shop. She makes the most beautiful ceramics in her home studio, and is able to walk to see me when she has a stock drop ready - talk about sustainable supply chains!

Her signature pieces are her tea light holders, soap dishes and candlesticks but she also does larger work such as bowls and platters. Her work is extremely popular and it’s easy to see why! 



2. I just adore everything that talented Brighton-based textile artist Anneli of Scofinn does. I discovered her gorgeous, pared back but colourful aesthetic in 2019 when I opened my first little shop and she’s been one of my consistent best sellers ever since! 

From her stunning range of cards to her immaculately presented tea towels, her work is a joy to behold. Pair one of her tea towels with a cookbook and you have a gift suitable for any occasion. 

3.  Every nook 

Emma is based in Nottinghamshire but I stock her lovely candles and wax melts as her brand fuses sustainability with a mid century vibe that just shouts Martha’s Homestore! 

Her candles and melts are all hand-poured in her home studio and the way in which she handles every aspect of her one-woman show demonstrates her amazing talents. She is consistently one of my best sellers and when you smell the freshness of her Green Leaf and Bergamot candles or the warmth of her Vintage Cologne and Tobacco wax melts, you’ll understand why! 

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