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Etsy House: 12 products you’ll find in our pop-up shop

Dec 5, 2014

by Natalie Wall

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The doors to Etsy House, our first ever UK Christmas pop-up shop, officially opened today, hurrah!

We’ve already introduced you to a (mere) selection of the 100+ UK sellers whose lovely wares will make Etsy House feel like a real home, as well as sharing their progress pics with you as they prepped their stock for the store.

Now, you can get a glimpse of some of the beautiful items you will find inside Etsy House. We really hope you can make it over the weekend, but for those that can’t, make sure you follow @EtsyUK on Instagram and Twitter where we’ll be sharing all the fun on our feeds.

PLUS! Play ‘whose house is it, anyway?’ over on our Facebook page (desktop only) for your chance to win a £250 Etsy gift card. Oh, it’s like an Etsy House party, all weekend…

Alison Vard

Alison’s aim is to create bags, purses and accessories that are practical and robust as well as attractive. I want them to accompany you through life’s high summits as well as through everyday small moments, like faithful companions.

cire.etsy.com

Wool and the Gang

Wool and the Gang pioneers fashion production that’s made in a sustainable – and cool! – way, and that brings back knitting as a viable means of production for generations to come.

As well as buying their knitted and nice goods, you can also attend a workshop, led by the Gang, and learn how to make your very own snood. Or, failing that, you can always get the guys to customise a pompom hat and claim it as your own…

WoolandtheGangltd.etsy.com

Yvonne Ellen

A strong passion for beautiful vintage crockery alongside a love of quirky, decorative illustration combines to create the unique ranges within Yvonne Ellen homeware. Each piece is lovingly handmade in Britain and no two designs are alike. Also: Vodka. In a teacup. Excellent.

yvonneellen.etsy.com

Holly Horton

“My work is influenced by my enjoyment of taking something simple and functional and making it beautiful and individual.I love working with colour and experimenting with patterns, though I can never resist a polka dot.”

hollyhorton.etsy.com

Sandra Dieckmann

Sandra Dieckmann is an illustrator, artist and self-proclaimed “womanimal.” Sandra currently works as a freelance artist and illustrator from her studio ‘Mama Wolf’ in East London. She has worked with the likes of Sky, Lily Cole, WWF and more.

sandradieckmann.etsy.com

Darren Baker

Darren Baker merges his passion for furniture design with his experience in steel fabrication and welding. He combines metal and timber to create pieces with an industrial edge and natural warmth.

innovationcreation.etsy.com

Christopher Berry

The home accessories sold in Christopher’s Etsy store, Factory Twenty One, is inspired by medieval furniture, using a mix of traditional manufacturing techniques, modern processes and as many recycled materials as possible.

factorytwentyone.etsy.com

Eleanor Young

Fun makes Good produces bold and graphic design-led products and accessories for the home. Inspired by contemporary architectural forms and geometric shapes, combining a love for bold pattern with a creative colour palette to produce a striking range of interior products.

funmakesgood.etsy.com

Martina Zalig

“I come from Slovenia but I have lived in Scotland for four years. I used to work as a literary translator but following my love for clay and colours, designing and sculpting, I have since become a full-time ceramicist.”

islaclay.etsy.com

Amanda Patrick

Amanda’s jewellery is intended for the everyday; they’re simple, stunning pieces that complement the wearer.

crystalstonelondon.etsy.com

Karen Boatwright

“After a brief career in law I began my professional creative life, which includes interior styling and designing, elaborate cake making and an eye for creative solutions for products in the home. A less than comfortable camping experience at a festival led me to imagine my Good Intent sleeping bags… practical, beautiful and useful inside and out.”

goodintent.etsy.com

James Middleton

The 8Ball Cyclery was founded by James just over a year ago after he became fed up with working a desk job. James now collaborates with makers all over Europe to develop stylish products, from handmade aluminium bike lights in Scotland to wooden mud guards in Italy. The freedom of running your own small business is the speed and agility with which you can move. Something James never got from that desk job.

8ballbikes.etsy.com


See these products, watch some of our sellers live crafting, attend workshops and MORE at Etsy House | 5th – 7th December | 5 Great Newport St, London, WC2H 7HY.
For more info, head here.

If you’ve been inspired to start your own Etsy shop, get started with 20 free listings! Enter code ETSYHOUSELONDON at etsy.me/1uEXMGS (new sellers only).

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