Spring into the year with Hidden Art's Easter selection.
There is change in the air. It is that spring promise that everything can begin again, you can start fresh, and what better way to start fresh this Easter than renewing your nest with some of our products specially selected for Easter. Hidden Art have something for everyone this Spring.
Nitin Goyal's Clarity Mosaic Cotton cushion is a beautifully handmade cushion with a digital print. Inspired by Geometry and rhythmic movement of lines, this truly stylish cushion adds richness and luxury to your home.
Nitin Goyal London was launched in 2004 and has become known for its signature look of hand crafted detailing, such as intricate smocking, pleating and stitching along with an interesting mix of embellishments and fine embroidery and now he launches a new collection with using digital print. The brand has positioned itself as a fast growing, luxury label.
This is a wheel thrown durable Stoneware Ceramic Mug. It is made with speckled white stoneware clay. It has been glazed on the inside and top edge with a shiny tin white glaze, the speckles in the clay show through the glaze, giving the whole thing a lovely speckled "egg shell" appearance. There is an impressed London stamped on the side of the mug, as well as Lesley's Potters stamp on the base.
Lesley McShea was born in Lancashire, England, and is known as an established "Punk" Potter / ceramicist. Her work is mainly wheel thrown unique durable stoneware functional ware. Although each piece appears similar, there are subtle differences that make each piece unique and a one off. She learnt to throw on the wheel when at 17 and went on to study a BA Honours degree at Middlesex University, in London 1992
This super cute, woodland themed happy mushroom tea cosy is the perfect accessory for any teapot. It will bring smiles and laughter to any tea party or it will be perfectly happy to hang out in the kitchen looking cute! The design was hand doodled by Tee and Toast and then made with love in the UK. It's a perfect fit for large teapots but it can keep smaller pots cosy too. Made from bleached 8oz cotton drill outer and lining with needlepoint polyester wadding insulation plus it has a very handy hanging loop.
Tee and Toast is a friendly and independent t company with a quirky sense of humour based in sunny Belfast. With the help of many a cup of tea, illustrator Claire Mullan designs unique tees and things that will make you smile. She makes funky t-shirts for grown-ups, happy t-shirts for kids and super silly things for the home and they all started off as a wee doodle. We love owls, foxes, dinosaurs, robots, fairies, mushrooms and gnomes... and at Tee and Toast is obsessed with all things to do with a good brew!
Although this cup is created from the intersection of three eggs, the egg cup itself has a lunar aesthetic, reminiscent of mid-century imagery of space landscapes. With the egg in situ ‘lunar’ creates a mini breakfast sculpture.Brilliantly white and delicately translucent, bone china is the epitome of luxury. Beautiful yet functional. The egg cup has been cast and hand finished by traditional craftsmen from a family company in Stoke on Trent, UK.
Thelermont Hupton is the collaboration of Yve Thelermont and David Hupton. Designing is a labour of love for the duo, searching for a story or specific reason to design and produce an object. They focus on the detail, embrace functionality and strive for high production values that allow Thelermont Hupton products to deliver something distinct with a character and beauty that others choose to live alongside.
The Birds Fine Bone China Tea Plate is a result of a collaboration between the Cuckoo's Bakery (the cupcake connoisseurs) and Parasite Ceramics. They created a new range of tableware inspired by their local surroundings in beautiful Edinburgh.
Founded in 2010 by Central Saint Martin graduates Simeon Featherstone & Anastasia Sledkova, Parasite Ceramics is a ceramic practice with an innovative approach to telling stories. With experience in the fields of ceramics, graphics, product design & community engagement, they specialise in creating site-specific limited-edition products and ceramic artworks that look to celebrate diverse communities, the cultural sector and one-off events.
This delightful collection of ceramic fish has been painted by Josefina Ribeiro in a style that’s in keeping with his Portuguese heritage. With 11 different fish to choose from these little works of art would be at home in a kitchen or a bathroom, either singular or as a school of fish spread across a wall.
HR Design Studio is a Portuguese design studio with the will to create, explore and show new details in Design. HR Studio has been marking its position in the market with the participation on several magazines, events and prominent platforms in national and international design. The rapid growth, the multidisciplinary team and the strong ambition for the studio to become a platform in areas like ambient, furniture, accessories and consultancy, will give the vision for new and amazing ideas. Behind the obvious, is the motto for the search of materials into different and constructive ways. Originality is the combination and exploration of the limits of their potential.
This salt and pepper mill is a simple, strong form with a bellowed design detail. The hand-crafted product makes use of a simple concertina effect to separate the grinder from the base of the mill. The mills are manufactured in Ash with either black or white detailing.
Since Vitamin was set up in 2005 its mission has been to produce designs which are more than just a little out of the ordinary. With a keen eye for detail, refinement and quality mixed with a little fun and originality, Vitamin’s product offering spans furniture, lighting, ceramics and homewares. Based in the heart of London’s East End, Vitamin has built up a worldwide presence with its products sold across the globe.
Charming ivory white porcelain tealight that has been thrown on the wheel and then hand pierced with this iconic design. Luna Lighting's tealights are highly collectable and add a lovely twinkle when grouped on the mantelpiece.
Designer maker Anna Perring has been developing her range of playful ivory-white porcelain tealights since 2006. Her aim was to create designs that capture the purity of porcelain yet are uplifting and make people smile. Anna's mini tealight holders are fired to 1260 degrees so that the porcelain vitrifies and becomes especially translucent and tactile. With a flickering tealight inside the pretty patterns she creates shine through and create a magical atmosphere. All hand made in her Central London studio.