Design news for November

Alice Fisher Thu 26 Nov 2020 10.00 GMT Last modified on Thu 26 Nov 2020 10.02 GMT Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email As Christmas looms, remember ’tis the season to be jolly but also to consume wisely and consider the impact of what gifts you buy and where you buy them from. Craft is one of many industries that has taken a real beating this year. This sector includes small businesses, freelancers and self-employed makers who have found it hard to access government aid, suffered supply shortages and have lost trade with shops shut at the busiest time of year. So please, this year if you can, check out independent platforms and retailers, such as the Home of Sustainable things and Percy Langley or Cockpits Arts digital market, or other small businesses who could benefit from your support, before clicking on Amazon. Let’s make this Christmas happy for as many people as we can. Happy homeware If 2020 feels like it’s lacked colour and fun, designer Adam Nathaniel Furman may have the answer. Furman has teamed up with material designer Mirrl to create a homeware range of mats, coasters and mirrors in shades reminiscent of ice-cream parlours and… Read full this story

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