Emily Readett Bayley has opened a new retail concession at Lassco Ropewalk. This is the Bermondsey site of the famous architectural salvage experts situated in the historic London railway arches just south of Tower Bridge.
The is a huge collection of salvaged light fittings, furniture and baskets plus beautiful house plants from Forest London and you can bring the natural world into your interior decoration with some vintage Emily Readett-Bayley including driftwood frames, bamboo lampshades, gilded cocoa pods, reclaimed teak chopping boards and mother of pearl spoons .
There is also a tree decorated with Emily’s ethically sourced, handmade Christmas decorations carved from sustainable albizia wood by a Balinese woodcarving co-operative.
Log baskets from Operation PLANET BASKET were a great success at Greenbuild 2017. Emily sold out of small baskets and plenty of Norfolk woodburner owners bought the giant baskets for bulk log storage. They also attracted the attention of buyers and gardeners from The Kelling Estate and Felbrigg Hall . Everyone noted the quality and strength of these extra strong Log baskets and their green credentials and contribution to rainforest regeneration in Borneo
Believe it or not people start thinking about the Autumn in August so Wildash London have kindly offered to support “operation PLANET BASKET” and sell our beautiful and very strong, rattan log baskets at this year’s Wilderness Festival 3-6 August 2017.