We have transformed sensational artisan textiles into luxurious and comfortable pillows. Choose from Malian Mudcloths, Uzbek silk ikat and Turkish Kilims.
Use these heavenly pops of geometric pattern and colour to decorate your home with...and lounge upon.
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Our lampshades are made to add jewel like splashes of colour to your home. They are made with the modern bohemian in mind and are available in a great variety of shapes, sizes and colours.
Maybe you need a Fez, a flowerpot or perhaps a coolie?
A Modern Bohemian's travel essential. Take one with you everywhere. Filled with soothing British lavender, covered in our iconic, silk, Central Asian Ikat and backed with cotton velvet.
The perfect sized makeup bag for every Modern Bohemian to carry her makeup essentials in whilst commuting and when travelling too. Made with a practical, easy clean lining.
Great for those necessary on the go touchups from day to night
Julieta aims to blur the line between art, design and craftsmanship, and to add touches of bold colour, positive energy and bohemian texture to any interior. On her online shop you can find treasures from almost every continent...a true nomadic woman and a true inspiration to me.
Charlie Ross, a fellow world traveller, founded Offset Warehouse out of her passion for providing ethically made textiles to the fashion and interiors industries. Charlie grew up in East Asia and lived in four different countries by the time she was 17. After studying at the R.C.A in London she made the decision that her company would only sell ethically produced fabrics, that would not have a unnecessary detrimental impact on our planet. Look out for their new soft banana fabrics and pineapple silks...
Ann was first introduced to Yoga whilst training as a dancer. The instant improvement she experienced in strength and flexibility made her curious to discover more about Yoga and it’s extensive uses and benefits. She has trained specifically with this interest and tailors her teaching to embrace this holistic approach.
Karma Cans have cornered a delicious part of the sustainable lunch market in London. They deliver homemade lunches to your desk using locally sourced ingredients. Inspired by the Indian Tiffin, their ethos is based upon the consumer choosing the sustainable option. Check out their In their first recipe book Raw Is More.
In my opinion, the most serene of colour combinations. Whether, dark and tempestuous shades of indigo or calm and mediterranean cerulean blues, it is an absolute winner when combined with white. Elle Decoration thinks so too...
Introducing one of my favourite yoga instructors Steffy White, a total firecracker with an infectious thirst for life and her work. We first met at a yoga class in Soho House...
Clare Waters is an ambitious Nomad that journeys predominantly on foot. In this interview I found out about how a devastating accident became a positive transformative experience that opened new doors. I heard about how setting up and running her business has enabled her how to grow in the right direction, to say no and that it is OK to feel happy in the job your are doing...
Yonder.living is run by Phoebe and Sophia's. They both have an incredible eye for colour, texture and design that shines through brilliantly in the lifestyle and interior collections. Their entrepreneurial journey has been exploratory and organic, much like my own Nomadic company. Find out more about their love of travel, textiles and colour...
Intrepid traveller and entrepreneur Anna Chittenden is the founder of The Lost Guides. Today marks the release of her first book on BALI, which is available to buy on her website. We talk about travel, home, essential travel accessories and the best parts of living a Nomadic lifestyle.
Her mission, to guide the value conscious traveller off the beaten track to magical places that are not mentioned in your average travel guide.
Architect Ricardo Bofil's repurposed cement factory in Spain.
Hala’s Designs instinctively evoked a sense of geometry and nature in my imagination. The pattern I have chosen to use is a beautiful green and off white, flowing pattern that I have transposed into a geometric print. The look is a fusion of bohemianism and nature. The pattern is inspired by Art Deco; one of my favourite creative movements and one that I thinks fits to well with Parisian style. Completely timeless, chic and effortless.
In need of freshening up your home in the new year? New year new you...pick up the latest trend at Haute Elan, at the Cheyne Walk end of Old Church Street. They have a capsule range of cushions and accessories in their beautiful boutique.
An indigo project waiting to happen...how to use the colour in your home and how it is dyed.
This is first in a series of Mood Boards to inspire your homeware shopping (orienteering...literally) adventures. On this board Francesca Gentilli, Carl Hansen & Son and the Urban Electric Co. Enjoy Nomads!!!
I wish I know who had taken this photo...i'd ask them where this space is. It's what I envision my future studio looks like...perfect light, high ceilings, airy, open, room for imagination, Carl Hansen & Søn furniture, Minotti sofas, Miró's paintings, ikat curtains, Beni Ourain rugs and plants. Who wants in?