Good Folk — homeware

Vonnie from Arc Lore

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Vonnie from Arc Lore

This interview is with Vonnie from Arc Lore, an organic line of stylish & quality flatwoven towels and throws made for sustainable living, travel & adventures.

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Heather Orr

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Heather Orr

This interview is with Heather Orr, a Folkestone based constructed textiles designer working with a focus on recycled, reclaimed and sustainable materials.

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Bryonie from the No Plastic Shop

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Bryonie from the No Plastic Shop

This interview is with Bryonie from No Plastic Shop, based in the wilds of Dartmoor offering plastic free essentials for the home, including the best that Devon and Cornwall has to offer.

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Katy from Make Waves Studio

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Katy from Make Waves Studio

This interview is with Katy from Make Waves Studio, a sustainable indie brand repurposing textiles to make vintage-style accessories and homewares. Based in Folkestone, Katy is also part of a:dress (read about it here).

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The Upcycled Trading Co

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The Upcycled Trading Co

This interview is with Claire from The Upcycled Trading Co, a new shop local to me in Folkestone. Claire upcycles furniture and has expanded her business this year to open a shop on the Old High Street. Alongside her furniture she sells paint and materials for your own projects, as well as a curated selection of some beautiful & sustainable products for your home.

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