By hampshirehouse • February 14, 2012 • press
Restored original features and family pieces sit happily next to tropical reclaimed furniture in this relaxed and welcoming home.
Eco-chic designer Emily Readett-Bayley‘s home is the perfect example of the ‘make-do-and-mend’ ethos. Emily, the founder of online homewares store Posh Graffiti, which she runs with her sister Lucy, has seen a surge of interest in ethically produced goods. The company prides itself on offering beautifully handcrafted, Anglo-Asian-inspired furniture and accessories using only natural, sustainable materials. ‘When time and money‘s tight, people become more creative and tend to demand authenticity,’ says Emily.
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