Transform your space and get inspired with our expert edit of luxury homeware and soft furnishings. From Japanese woven fabrics and desirable ceramics to unique candle formations, the Browns collection of designer interior accessories will add a touch of finesse to your humble abode.
Here to give you a headstart on dressing the home, discover our selection of covetable homeware brands that will make WFH that little bit cosier and complement your daily loungewear looks.
Starting its design journey in a tiny shop in Amsterdam, pols potten was founded in 1986 and originally sold imported Mediterranean earthenware. Now, the brand partners with a variety of designers to create a unique mix of eclectic tableware and home accessories. Rooted in Dutch design, pols potten aims to make the ordinary extraordinary with their tongue-in-cheek pieces. Made in limited quantities, each item is handmade and rare, making them extra special and a great talking point when spotted by your green-eyed house guests.
After forging careers in the fashion industry, Bengt Thornefors and Nina Norgren took their expertise and created the experimental bedwear brand, Magniberg. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Magniberg was established in 2016 and prides itself on using only the best quality fabrics. Partnering with leading textile company Kvadrat in 2019, Magniberg provides a luxurious slumber thanks to its mix of materials, including jersey, sateen, Oxford and poplin, sealed with Mother of Pearl buttons. Designed to be mixed and matched depending on your personal preference, owners can curate their sleep environment, combining textures and colours that complement your personality.
Taking inspiration from the intricacies and inconsistencies found within nature, Marloe Marloe uses traditional wheel-throwing and slip casting techniques to create a distinctive organic aesthetic. Founded in 2014 by ceramicist Marloe Morgan and her husband James, Australian based Marloe Marloe crafts one of a kind pieces that are handmade by artisans in small batches. Using simple, feminine silhouettes, these ethical ceramics have a tactile quality that makes you want to touch them, take them home and cherish them forever.
A colourful celebration of two cultures, Yinka Ilori draws on his British-Nigerian heritage to inform his bold and beautiful designs. What began as upcycled furniture in 2011, has evolved into a multidisciplinary studio creating unexpected homewares and thought-provoking installations and sculptures. Storytelling through his work, Yinka Ilori fuses his heritage with contemporary design to produce a collection of fun and humorous items that offer a sense of optimism and joy within the home. Expressed through abstract technicolour, West African fabrications and expert craft, Yinka Ilori’s household items never fail to put you in a good mood.
A ceramicist that works in both print and illustration Louise Madzia has become somewhat of a cult favourite with her recognisable hand-painted body outline prints. Slip-cast by hand in the potteries of Stoke-on-Trent, her collection of pots, plates and mugs is made using white earthenware with screen-printed decals in a variety of abstract formations. Taking inspiration from the body to shape her pottery, which in turn informs the illustrations that she paints on each piece, Louise’s creations are modern minimalism at its finest, making the perfect addition to your mantle or a luxurious home for your favourite succulent.
When you dream of owning an ancient sculpture but on a smaller scale, caïa comes through with the wax made busts to exhibit at home. Taking its name from Caia Caecilia, the Roman goddess of fire and women, and the name itself which means ‘to rejoice’, these candle ornaments pay tribute to the natural body. Carved from 100% vegan wax and hand-poured in London, caïa’s candles take the shape of male and female forms in a mix of neutral and bright colours. Whether you choose to display these waxwork artifacts in all their naked glory or light them, these are nudes you won’t mind receiving.
Blending organic and contemporary shapes through glassware, British designer Anna Karlin’s creations are designed to be a permanent fixture in your home. Based in New York, self-taught Anna creates her pieces using a variety of artistic mediums across furniture and fine objects and her glassware collection is a Browns favourite. Hand-blown in Czech Republic, her bedside carafes and borosilicate decanters are practical perfection. The candy-coloured carafes will impress any guest to grace your home and the brass-topped Juliet vessels will elegantly pour them a welcome drink.
A designer that needs no introduction, Anissa Kermiche is the woman behind some of the most covetable homeware objects which include the iconic ‘Love Handles’ vase. After making her mark in the jewellery sphere, Anissa further expanded her artistic craft to create a variety of ceramics with an innate sense of femininity. Paris born and London based, Anissa takes her inspiration from bold and powerful women to create her mix of vases, candlesticks and plant pots, which have now gained somewhat of a cult following and have become an interior design staple in the modern home.
Playful yet understated, Lex Pott’s twisted candles make for an impressive centerpiece. Based in Rotterdam, Lex Pott specialises in simple homewares that capture the beauty of everyday objects through a minimalist lens. His seamless twisted candles feature a double ended design that is combined to create a singular shape. Available in a variety of bold colours, these optical illusion candles will make a statement on any tabletop.
With a history steeped in tradition, Japanese soft furnishings brand BasShu started its creative journey with a Banshu woven chambray shirt. Appreciating this soft, natural weave, BasShu set about creating homewares using this unique texture that stems from 200 years of technological craftsmanship. Using experienced local artisans to create its collection of blankets, quilts, towels and cushions, BasShu’s designs are crafted to be timeless. In keeping with tradition, the Banshu weave is created by the soft waters of Nishiwaki and is constantly perfected, weaving an element of pride into every piece made.
One of the best known British designers, Tom Dixon’s pieces have a distinct design quality that make the artful seem accidental. Synonymous with his copper creations, the self proclaimed ‘industrialist’ uses a variety of materials to craft his collection of interior accessories. A self-taught designer and ex member of the Funkapolitan pop band, Tom Dixon’s restless and rebellious nature helps to inform his experimental collection of glassware and ornaments that have a unique and collectible appeal.
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