Stylish British Eco Design since 1990
British Design, Traditional Skills, Sustainable Natural Materials, Beyond Fair Trade
The last few of our beautiful and rare reclaimed teak tables made from thick planks of ancient teak
Emily Readett-Bayley works directly with highly skilled, craft co-operatives in Indonesia creating her own unique collection of furniture, baskets and home accessories. Best known for her POSH Graffiti wooden typography and POSH Salvage reclaimed teak garden furniture, her latest venture the Earth’s Baskets Project uses wild rattan cultivated and woven by the indigenous Dayak people living in the Borneo rainforest. It is a small but critical part of the Katingan Project, a 200,000 hectare, Eco System Restoration Concession (ERC) working to reduce carbon emissions and deforestation by conserving the peat forests of Indonesia.
Emily’s customers past & present include Bergdorf, Conran, Daylesford, Harrods, Liberty, John Lewis, Rococo Chocolates and William Yeoward.
Hand-carved, wooden letters, door furniture, wall art, Christmas decorations and wedding gifts.
Reclaimed teak garden furniture, driftwood frames, mother of pearl and sago palmwood tableware.
Green property and land investment opportunities in Bali and the Indonesian archipelago.
Green and extremely durable rattan wicker baskets woven by indigenous Dayak communities in the Borneo rainforest
Bespoke decorations created by Emily Readett-Bayley for brands and companies looking for hand crafted product
Pioneering green and ethical design by working directly with craft co-operatives in Indonesia for over 25 years.
Bespoke Projects and Corporate Gifts
Clipper Teas – wooden decorations based on a tea theme. 2013
LINLEY London – mother of pearl spoons for David Linley’s luxury brand 2014
Rococo Chocolates – handmade wooden Christmas decorations. 2013
Origins – clove Christmas decorations for merchandising. 2011
Read media reposts on Emily, the POSH brands and the Katignan project
See Emily with Wildash London at Wilderness and other events across the country
Watch YouTube videos about Emily and the Katignan project
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