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Website of the Week – Stuff of Dreams

Stuff of Dreams is a brand new website offering a range of products and accessories for the home.

Most of the stuff is handmade by makers or craftsmen here in the UK or from more distant shores and is very often a limited edition.


We love these striking African place settings which are hand-woven from indigenous and renewable fibres, are durable and long lasting. They are crafted under the auspices of Gone Rural, committed to women’s empowerment and providing home-based, sustainable work for 760 Swazi women.

Stuff Bookmarks

These vibrant bookmarks are in African block-print or Ikat fabric and at £6 each would make fabulous stocking fillers.


And speaking of Christmas…it’s never too early to snap up some new baubles.

The range is extending all the time so make sure you drop in often for more browsing, dreaming and…stuff!

Author bio

Carole King is joint Editor-in-chief of Heart Home magazine. She is a London based Interior Decorator and an Associate Member of the BIID. She started Dear Designer's Blog as a way to document all the things that she finds inspirational and hopefully to inspire others. You can follow her on Twitter @DearDesigners. Read more posts by .

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Comments (1)

  1. I love supporting craftsman and artist. It just feels so right to do so because these are people who are continually honing their craft. The incredibly beautiful things they produce are so one of a kind…of course I love my home full of originals!

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