My hunt for homewares
My hunt for homewares takes me to boutiques, department stores, trade shows, collection unveilings, blogs, magazines, and interiors events all over the world.
I hunt down designers, makers, and suppliers of all shapes and sizes, from emerging crafters working from their home workshops to giant, multinational manufacturers.
Here’s a list of all the interiors brands I’ve hunted down and featured on Homeware Huntress. Enjoy!
This page is under construction – bare with me while I put it together. If you want your brand to be considered for this page, get in touch.
Avoca started as a co-operative weaving mill in a rural Irish village in 1723. It became famous for its colourful rugs and wool fabrics, which they eventually started selling internationally, even to Parisian couture houses and British royalty.
Caufield Country Boards
The Goat in the Boat
Harvey Norman was opened by Gerry Harvey and Ian Norman in Australia in 1961 as a single electrical appliance store and grew to 300 stores worldwide.
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John Lewis Home
Julie Clarke Candles
Kevin Kelly Interiors
Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer started as a market stall in England in 1884. In 1904, Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer opened their first shop. Today they have approximately 1000 stores.