• A few years ago people were saying things like ‘real retail is dead’ and ‘online is going to be the only way we shop’ but i think it’s safe to say that we’re living in a world where there is space for both genres of shopping experience. Some digital-only outfits have gone the other way and opened up bricks and mortar stores and pop up shops also seem to point to the fact that customers want to engage with a product as much as they want to ogle it online. Object Style is based in the UK – i spotted it over on 91 Magazine and i thought i would share some of their pared down beautiful wares and Scandi-influenced style with you which i think really exemplify what the owners look for in the products they source: quality, craftsmanship and simplicity.


    This is a Pendleton Journey blanket, a 100% wool blanket inspired by a famed weaver Thomas Kay who took his inspiration from Native American patterning 

    This looseleaf tea strainer kinda reminds me of the incense burners priests use

    Beautiful ceramics and glassware are an Object Style thing

    My friend Sven would call this style Prison UnChic – but i quite like the idea of lounging around in a smock in the winter months – not sure The Captain would approve

    And i love this ring

    Find Object Style here 

  • 2 Comments to “A Thoughtful UK Shop”

    1. Lois Carol Wessels on

      Great – thank you

    2. Colleen on

      Love the frock!

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