Buy straight from the makers' studios on the latest artisan marketplace

Invest in unique homeware crafted by hand – while giving to charity – with Made+Good, a curated online collection of up-and-coming designer-maker talent

Artisan homeware from Made+Good
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In this throwaway society overwhelmed with mass-produced furniture and homeware, it is so important to invest in unique pieces handcrafted by artisans using time-honoured methods. Not only will they add originality and beauty to your home, but they are also made to last and will be treasured for many years.

Introducing Made+Good (opens in new tab), a curated online marketplace of independent UK-based designers and makers. The company sources products for their sustainability, character and functionality, supporting talented individuals who you might otherwise never have heard of. And, for every purchase made, 15% commission is donated to one of Made+Good’s supported charities (opens in new tab) – meaning you can feel great about treating yourself. 

From hand-thrown ceramics to wooden bowls carved by hand, everything you’ll see on the website is either a one-off design, or part of a small batch or limited edition. Period Living magazine (opens in new tab) picks out the highlights.

Ceramic cups and bowls from Made+Good

Rustic ceramics (opens in new tab) inspired by the Scottish islands, from £16 for a cup by Saltwater Stoneware

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Concrete and cork plant pots from Made+Good

Pair of concrete planters (opens in new tab), £30, by Make & Matter, and Atlas cork planter (opens in new tab), £23, by Mind the Cork

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Dewberry new wool throw, Made+Good

Dewberry new wool throw (opens in new tab), £275, by Rowenna Mason

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Cotton woven baskets from Made+Good

Cotton rope striped baskets (opens in new tab), £26, by Jessica Geach

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Smoked cedar and vetiver reed diffuser from Made+Good

Origami concrete paperweight (opens in new tab), £30, by Havelock Studio, smoked cedar and vetiver reed diffuser (opens in new tab), £26, by Fellowstead, and stylish houseplant pot (opens in new tab), £40, by Fich

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Crescent bowl from Made+Good

Sycamore crescent bowl (opens in new tab), £65, by Arbour

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Porcelain stripe plant pots from Made+Good

Porcelain stripe pots (opens in new tab), from £30, by Hana Hybs

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Melanie Griffiths
Melanie Griffiths
Melanie has been working in homes magazines for almost 14 years and is currently Editor of Period Living magazine. She lives the brand's ethos of creating a forever home in an old house with new ideas as she slowly improves her own rural home. When she isn't at work, Mel enjoys cooking, caring for her garden and exploring the countryside.

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