To celebrate our Simple Life issue, this week's Style List features items that are hand-crafted from natural materials.
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The Melt Co’s handmade Angel Candle will give you 160 hours of pure bliss.
Steeped in British heritage, Grenson’s hand-crafted leather loafers are a forever buy.
Niki P’s luxe silk scarves are handmade and use her original illustrations.
Eleanor Lakelin’s wooden vessels are crafted from London trees.
DARE TO BARE
A slathering of Kate Logan’s Brazilian Leg Gloss = skirt-worthy legs.
Maya Magal’s bracelet is crafted from goldstone hand-cut in Jaipur.
Manda McGrory designs adorable old-school childrenswear.
IN A JAM
Rubies In The Rubble make chutneys from surplus fruit and veg.
HEART OF GLASS
Artist Kasia Wozniak creates striking portraiture on glass
Named after daughter Lily, Gavin Kirkbride’s solid oak furniture is made to order.
Rhea Clements’ knitted cushion will pep up that cracked leather sofa.
Rachel’s Wool handspun rugs are crafted from Berkshire Downs fleeces.
COOK UP A STORM
This set of four gold-dipped utensils by oMEandoMY is the prettiest we’ve seen.
Andrea Garland’s fruity body mist soothes post-sun skin.
RING ON IT
This ring was handmade using Cornish shells found beach-combing.
Plum & Ashby’s Lavender and Olive Body Lotion sinks in like a dream.
Bakewell Soap’s Juicy Oranges Lip Balm is a tin of natural joy.
These books by paper artist Alix Swan add charm to your library.
Aline Johnson’s leaf light fixtures are part homeware, part objet d’art.
These bags feature attention to detail only handcrafting allows.
Eschew email in favour of good old-fashioned handmade cards.
These fair-trade wire bowls are crafted in South Africa by master weavers.
Made from rods of willow and perfect for carrying homegrown veg.
£10 FOR 10
Made by Paul Jessop in his shed, these tags add a rustic touch.
CASE IN POINT
Ashdown Workshop’s iPhone cases use locally sourced leather.