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Wicklewood Winter Shop Pops Up in Chelsea

A cornucopia of colourful cushions, cosy quilts and one-of-a-kind collectibles has popped up in Chelsea for the winter

Lead image: The Revolving Room by Serena Hood at Wicklewood’s Winter Pop Up

Wicklewood, a British-born, globally inspired collection of home furnishings, has launched a pop-up Winter Shop on Sydney Street.

Built around four design essentials, the beautiful cushions, rugs, quilts and throws are created to make interior design easy with colourful artisanal designs that move easily with you from home to home.

The shop has been laid out in two distinct spaces: The Winter Shop, overflowing with Wicklewood’s signature collection; and The Revolving Room, a concept store restyled every three days over the course of the pop up by three leaders in design.

The Winter Shop will be brimming with an array of Christmas gift ideas for friends and family, including hand-crafted Guatemalan table runners and ornaments, colourful ceramics and exquisite inlay boxes and trays.

You’ll also have exclusive advance access to items from the Wicklewood Spring/Summer 2019 collection, including handmade Peruvian mirrors, Wicklewood dog beds, block printed tablecloths and reversible quilts, as well as the new, limited-edition Wicklewood X Pooky range of lampshades.

Wicklewood was launched by Caroline Downing Nadel and Rosie Axford in November 2017 to address the lack of affordable design options changeable with the seasons, your mood or a house move. Like true modern nomads, Caroline and Rosie moved from place to place in their twenties, trying to bring each new place to life in their own signature style.

Working with artisans from Guatemala to India and the UK, Wicklewood creates bright and beautiful décor that is ethically sourced and carefully crafted.

The Wicklewood Winter Shop is open from 19-29 November from 10am-7pm daily at 123 Sydney Street, Chelsea SW3 6NR; wicklewood.com



 

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