Hannah Ricci, owner of upcycled furniture and homeware brand Ruby Rhino, selects her fave finds from Etsy sellers that share her green credentials.
Ciara Elliott, editor of Wedding Magazine shares her sweet, summery wedding selection from Etsy.
Inspired by favourite holidays, the Etsy UK admin team have scoured the local marketplace to bring you picks to get you in the mood for adventure.
Carly Hobbs from Fabulous Magazine shares her fun Etsy finds for the festival season.
Polish artist Irmina Helak used her background as a glass artist to develop her own way of making ceramics.
“When I was working in architecture, I learned to appreciate accuracy. This ability helps me when I work on my handbags.” – Hania Jędrzejczyk
Guardian Life and Style editor Kate Carter shares her Etsy finds inspired by the British passion for gardening and Chelsea Flower Show.
“I make clothes that I love and want to wear.” – Nataly Elian
Charlie Burton of The Natural Wedding Company shares ideas and Etsy inspiration for planning eco-friendly, seasonal, vintage and handmade weddings.
Hannah Needham from inspiring blog This Is Your Kingdom shares her ideas on how to plan the perfect pastel picnic.
Annabel Beeforth, wedding blogger behind Love My Dress showcases her Etsy picks inspired by glamorous, elegant and vintage style through the eras.
Pip McCormac, Lifestyle Editor of Red Magazine, reveals his selections for laid back summer days ahead.
Kate Hornby, Art Editor of You & Your Wedding, shares picks inspired by some of 2013’s most stylish wedding trends.
A new guide celebrates those one-of-a-kind boutiques that make certain cities true retail destinations.
Artist Chie Miyazaki combines illustration and ceramics to create objects full of friendly personality.
“My paintings are captured moments of past experiences.” – Lola Donoghue
“Yes, you can buy a ring dish from a department store, but you can’t buy a personalized one made by hand especially for you!” – Diana Parkhouse
A French artist discovered an unexpected passion for transforming found objects into delicate works that dance in the air.
These small fabric sculptures are like the love child of Andy Warhol and Claes Oldenburg.
“His granddad said he should be a baker, and the rest was history.” – Maggie Simak