Believe it or not, British Summer Time has officially started (honestly, the weather is due to perk up). The days are here to dream of ice cold beers and long days at the park, and as we head out all doe-eyed into the sunshine, we have selected a range of products to celebrate the hazy green hues of British summer. Make your outside living space into a tropical dream, find the perfect seating to ease back in style or sip your summer drinks in beautifully designed glassware. Our collection has got it covered.
Bring the outside in with some modern indoor planters by local London designer Jody Leach, they have been made to house three small supermarket size herb plant pots. Each pot is made in Stoke-on-Trent in England, from China clay.
Godefroy de Virieu has designed an ultra-light weight bag perfect for the countryside or city to carry flowers, branches, fruit or vegetables.
For those who aren’t green fingered, the Dutch brand &Klevering have created a cactus candle collection, great greens without any fuss or watering needed.
Lounge around with our selection of bean bags, cushions and pouffes by Donna Wilson for SCP. This collection is available in a variety of dreamy colour combinations, made of wool specially spun and dyed in England.
Brighten up your garden party with a grass green, moss or celery coloured fibreglass shell chair by Modernica. These are the most authentic modern day versions of the Charles Eames original 1950s designs, often referred to as the most significant furniture design of the 20th century, the chairs are built in Los Angeles by the founding craftsmen on the original press.
Basking in the morning sunshine, why not take coffee on the balcony in the Loop cup and saucer by Anouk Jansen for Jansen+Co. This high quality ceramic range has a modern yet retro feel to its design.
If your planning a picnic, sit yourself down on a Nathalie Du Pasquier designed cushion by Wrong for Hay. One of the original members of the Memphis Design Group, Du Pasquier work has never gone out of style.
Complete your picnic hamper with a stunning collection of vessels, plates and bowls from the internationally acclaimed centre of ceramics Mashiko. A town a few hours north of Tokyo, situated in the south-eastern part of Tochigi Prefecture, Mashiko has a history of ceramics that dates back to the mid-19th Century, producing anonymous, hand-made, functional objects of beauty.
Breakfast Mug by Reiko Kaneko
Case study planters by Modernia
Carry stools by Ishinomaki Laboratory
Field Day Collection by Donna Wilson
Standing Bowl by Fort Standard
Copenhague desk by Hay
Building blocks by Mokulock
View the entire British Summer Greens collection.