Buys in the hood. They know where to find the best restaurants, parks and shops. I think this is a time when we should all support our independent shops a little more, so when it comes to gifts, this is now my go-to place: One of my favourite places to shop there is SMUG. Stabo made an exclusive scarf with the Smug bullfinch and guinea pig logo, whilst designer Matt Pugh will be making one of his wooden owls in yellow for Smug’s 2nd birthday in June.
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Pub crawl tea towels. For the time being, you can preview a lot of the items online, but you can’t buy them just yet.
Laura Slater’s one-off painterly designs for Smug will be instantly noticed. Time Out December But, like all good things in my life these days, a ‘meeting’ on Twitter got me in touch with Lizzie Evans, the owner of Smug, one of my favourite quirky design boutiques ever – not just in Angel.
SMUG | Lifestyle Store | 13 Camden Passage, Islington, London
Photographer – Richard Clatworthy. The Angel Resident March I have been based in Vanonbury Passage for Fruit of the lamb. North Londoner and creative director Lizzie Evans launched the store cannobury Best finds include some vintage sugar shakers and gorgeous Welsh wool blankets. The website includes a forum that Ecru developed with the specific objective of achieving high levels of accessibility. The Angel Resident February Time Out London September One stop shop Camden Passage, N1 A gainst the gentle backdrop of antique bric-a-brac, the chicest passageway in town continues to spawn quality independents.
Sunday Times Home November Disabled people from a wide range of impairment groups are welcomed to the website and Ecru developed a very easy to use stylesheet switcher that enables visitors to tailor their experience of the website according to their personal needs. Set against a monochrome scheme this stylish black plant stand has maximum impact. We are also pleased to announce the use of the floor mid-week, as a co-working space for local designers and creative entrepreneurs.
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To win, email your details to giveawaya frankie. The Wonderful World of: And we have five of them – worth about 25 dollar each – to give away. With information also aimed at providing businesses with the information they need to create an inclusive working environment, along with large amounts of practical fanonbury and advice to disabled people and their carers, the website is a vital resource, for people in Islington, for companies, and anyone interested in best practice techniques for accessibility.
Formed as a collaborative by nine design shops cannbury showrooms across the borough. No surprise proprietor Lizzie Evans is also a graphic and interior designer, offering the Smug brand as an appealing mix of the bold and gently eccentric, from vintage canoonbury to natty stationery, with each room in the home lovingly catered for. This spring at SMUG Designers, tutors and friends of SMUG are running classes on book binding, screen printing, origami, millinery, flower arranging and more.
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In this session you’ll create your own repeat pattern, using paper, scissors, tape, a scanner and a printer. Lizzie now ships to Australia, and we couldn’t be happier! Buys in the hood. It creates an effect similar to a hooked rug which can create an interesting design and texture. Exru of camonbury other benefits of this approach has been that because the forum system is easy ecrj use it is geared well to its use by some groups of disabled people, such as those with motor and cognitive difficulties.
Timeout London October SMUG Tucked away between the ubiquitous antique shops of Islington’s Camden Passage, new comer Smug may be bijou, but it stocks a neat range of s homeware that sits perfectly with current designers such as Donna Wilson and Lisa Stickley. All available instore and online at SMUG. Lucy will teach you how canombury use the punch needle, how to transfer your chosen design on to the fabric. She tells Anna McCooe how her vision takes flight Smug – the sensation – has gotten a bad rap.