Five Instagram accounts to follow for handmade homewares by independent London designers

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 (@Noriko_nagaoka)
(@Noriko_nagaoka)

Has a summer of staycations made you fall in love with our city all over again?

Here are five indie London designers to check out now and, if you’re a fan of their work, #handmadeinLondon on Instagram is certainly worth a scroll.

@noriko_ nagaoka

Japanese ceramicist Noriko makes nature-inspired pieces at her studio in North Finchley.

@ilkeusluca design

 (@ilkeuslucadesign)
(@ilkeuslucadesign)

Colourful cushion covers and placemats from sustainable and zero-waste product designer Ilke Usluca.

@rosemarywain_kinkatou

 (@rosemarywain_kinkatou)
(@rosemarywain_kinkatou)

Kinkatou Studio’s hand-thrown, painted ceramic tablelamps give serious design cred to everyday lighting.

@bricksixty

 (@bricksixty)
(@bricksixty)

Quirky products from vibrant soaps to chocolate, all in the form of the famous, much-loved London brick.

@ed_it.h

 (@ed_it.h)
(@ed_it.h)

This homewares kiosk offers work by local makers, such as this teapot by @liamjandrewspottery and can be found in the south arcade of Islington Square.

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