Oh what a wonderful time we had at the Spirit Of Christmas last week. The Spirit of Christmas is a fantastic Christmas fair held at Olympia, London. There is over 800 stalls, so definitely the biggest fair we have ever taken part in. The fair is bursting with amazing products, delicious food and of course lots of Christmas cheer. We met some lovely customers, caught up with lots of fellow stall holders and had lots of lovely friends and family visit too!
We were at the fair for a week so we had lots of opportunity to wander around and discover lots of new companies and of course lots of familiar faces too! We have put together a few of our 'Top Picks' from the show, but if you haven't ever been to the show make you sure you try and go next year as there are some amazing stalls there.
Margot and Mila have such a wonderful collection of jewellery, which is handmade in London, using sterling silver, 22 carat gold and ethically sourced precious stones. We love Margot and Mila's eclectic range of modern jewellery. Margot & Mila was born out of a love for Victorian and Georgian antique jewellery and the incredible attention to detail involved in hand-carving intricate pieces from these eras over many hours. Margot and Mila creates her own version of this art form, whilst keeping a vintage to each design. We especially love her colourful tassels earrings!! https://www.margotandmila.com
Miss Pom Pom is an independent knitted accessories brand based in Brixton. Miss Pom Pom combines bold and bright colours with modern, geometric patterns and clean lines, embodying a playful, youthful aesthetic. Designers Bronwyn and Emily create colourful contemporary knit pieces like oversized scarves, chunky bobble hats and cute fingerless gloves, almost always with a pompom! We think their scarves are just gorgeous, they almost look like pieces of art hanging up! https://misspompom.com
Hogben Pottery were there with their beautifully hand thrown range of pottery. Jane's range of British made pottery is very eye catching, yet stylishly simplistic. We especially liked her Christmas range with the robins on! http://www.janehogbenterracotta.co.uk
It was fantastic to see the lovely Ali and Marie from Meminio were there with their gorgeous memory cases! The concept of Meminio comes from when Alison found a vintage suitcase case in her grandmother’s home and she began using it to store my daughter’s precious keepsakes, so they have created their very own colourful versions of this vintage suitcase! We just love them and think their stand looked fantastic. https://meminio.com
And finally...we were so lucky to be next to the lovely Sally from Plooms. Sally has designed a range of beautiful fountain pens in a range of gorgeous colours. Sally said' There are times when I want to type and there are times when I want to write in ink. Then I want a fountain pen that is snug and weighty in my hand. A pen that is such a gorgeous colour that it makes me smile every time I use it. When I couldn't find such a pen I created PLOOMS'.
They are just fantastic and we were so lucky to both be given one at the end which was just so kind. Sally was the best neighbour and we loved spending the week with her! http://www.plooms.co.uk
We had such a fantastic time at Spirit of Christmas and would definitely recommend a visit if you haven't been before. It is nice time to be home though...
We are off to the Wealden Times Mid Winter fair next week so please pop and see us.
What a fantastic evening we had last week at John Lewis in Norwich at one of their fantastic Norfolk bloggers and 'instagrammers' private event! They were holding a home Christmas event and we were lucky enough to be invited and for Izzi to come and demonstrate how our products, which are stocked in John Lewis, are made.
It was fantastic to be amongst some amazing other homeware brands including, Designers Guild, Little Greene Paints, Romo Home and of course John Lewis' gorgeous homeware range. It was really interesting chatting to the other companies and talking to them about the 'Made Local' scheme we are part of it in John Lewis.
John Lewis had invited lots of local home and lifestyles bloggers and 'instagrammers' to the event to chat to all the different brands and have a glass of bubbly of course. It was so interesting talking to all these women who have made a definite name for themselves in the world of social media and blogging. It is so amazing to hear how they have build up their social media presence. We were very grateful to them for all their advice and for sharing our products on their various sites. What was even more fantastic...is they are all from Norfolk too!
We had a stand of our products there that are stocked in John Lewis as part of their 'Made Local' scheme and Izzi was sewing away making the products that are stocked there. People were really interested in the 'Made Local' scheme and thought that having local designers in their local stores was a fantastic idea and important to support...which of course was fantastic to hear!
Thank you so much to John Lewis Norwich for inviting us again and putting on such a wonderful event, it looked amazing and definitely got everyone in the Christmas spirit...its not long now!
We are very excited to now be stocked in the, The Wallflower and Wallace, in one of our local villages, Heydon.
Thank you so much Karen for joining us! Please tell us a bit about The Wallflower and Wallace?
We are a floral design business providing floristry services, we sell seasonal cut flowers direct from the store with a preference for sourcing these locally. However we also use various good quality Norfolk based wholesalers when required. We stock a great range of houseplants, succulents and cacti, unusual plant pots, hanging planters and terrariums.
Our artisan store also supports several local artists and creators. There are currently 18 Norfolk artisans showcasing their work which allows us to always have something unique on sale. Our displays will change with each season and we are always looking for new suppliers who have a good fit with our brand. We always have a great selection of gift cards, gift wrap, candles, baskets, and items for the home and garden.
Where did the idea come from to start the shop?
I have always had a passion for growing and arranging flowers, and decided to have a career change around 18 months ago. I intended at that stage to offer home based floristry services. My brother in law who is the artisan baker at HUSK also based in Heydon, informed me about the newly renovated barns at Heydon. On my first visit to Church farm barns I was able to visualise its potential not only as a functioning studio but also as an eclectic little shop. The other very positive factor was its location in beautiful Heydon which I felt was an excellent fit with my own business brand.
Had you always dreamt of having your own shop?
To be honest no, it was a very recent idea, which came about as a result of some very difficult and stressful years working within Mental Health and me actively looking to change in my lifestyle, to tap into my creative talents and in pursuit of happiness if that doesn’t sound too cliché.
Wow so different to what you are doing now...how exciting. Please tell us the meaning behind the name?
After resigning from my previous role as an NHS manager working in mental health. I was quite “burnt out” and spent several months in a kind of self-imposed isolation, spending time in the garden or on country walks and had said to my husband and family that I had become a bit of a Wallflower! Then soon after, I spotted a scruffy black terrier dog on a Cyprus charity’s face-book page called “Save Oroklini’s stray dogs ( SOS). The little dog’s sad eyes just melted my heart, so I decided to adopt him and was told he was called Wallace, hence why we are known as “The Wallflower & Wallace”. Wallace is the shop dog and my furry business partner who just loves all the attention he gets from our customers.
Wow, what a wonderful meaning behind the name and so personal to you. What we love about the shop is that you stock local products- is this something that is important to you?
Absolutely! I certainly aim to continue to search for suitable Norfolk suppliers producing quality items which have a good fit with our kind of store. As a small start-up business myself I can see the importance of supporting other small business owners, also the benefits of working in partnership whenever the opportunity presents.
And in Norfolk there is just SO much to choose from. As you know all of our products are designed by Izzi and manufactured in the UK, is this something you feel passionate about? Do you stock a lot of other British designer makers in the shop?
I think we should be incredibly proud of our British designers, especially our Norfolk designers. I currently stock Green pebble gift cards which is a company based in Suffolk who pays British artist/designers a fair commission to produce gift cards and notebooks etc. We are so impressed with our new Izzirainey items and our customers are buying these. So we definitely will plan to add more items as we approach Christmas. I am in discussion with other Norfolk designers and hope to add to our British designed and made range.
If it possible to, do you like to stock local producers in the shop?
At least a third of the stock in the shop comes from local artists, producers and creatives. I am always looking out to add more local stock. The flowers are sourced locally from Norfolk flower growers such as Sarah Hammond at English Peonies, Knapton, and Cel Robertson at Forever green flowers based at Aylmerton. As we move into autumn and winter I intend to source foliage from the local estates of Heydon & Salle.
It is wonderful to be stocked in a shop that feels so strongly about British production and local designer makers too. You have lots of wonderful fantastic products in store, where do you tend to source your products from?
We are proud stockists for Nkuku, Dassie artisan, the handmade candle company and Nutscene these all have good ethical values and environmentally friendly policies in place which fits with our own values.
Do you plan to do any floral workshops at all?
We certainly do have plans to run a workshop programme from the studio/store. These will take place on Tuesdays when the store is closed throughout the Autumn and Winter. All details and how to book can be found by visiting our refreshed website:-thewallflowerandwallace.com
These include floral design, festive wreath making, along with other arts and crafts based workshops such as mosaics and ceramics workshops. We want to encourage people to come along and learn new skills in a lovely environment as part of a small group experience. We also think they make an ideal gift for others.
Make sure you sign up now!!!
Please tell us a bit about Heydon as a village as we love it?
Heydon is a privately owned heritage village, at the centre is its wonderful village green. It has an award winning village tea room and public house “ The Earle arms”. There is a woodfired artisan bakery “HUSK” selling delicious bread during the day and woodfired pizzas on a Friday Night. The Wallflower & Wallace’s lovely neighbour is Moochi-modo, an interior design business. Heydon village has several special events throughout the year, including an annual tug of war, an open gardens day and a little vintage lovers fair. Details of these are advertised via the Heydon events face book page.
If you haven't ever visited Heydon...make sure you do! What first drew your attention to IzziRainey products?
I visited the Erpingham festival of crafts and met Izzi selling her products there a couple of years ago.
I purchased some fabulous hob covers for my aga, and just loved the simplicity and colours of the dandelion design. I also admire the way that Izzi and lara have marketed and grown their business and the fact that everything is made in the uk. They are two impressive young woman, who are great role models to other young people wanting to start up new businesses.
Thank you so much, that is so kind. And finally...what would be your perfect day out in Norfolk?
It has to be a trip to Blakeney & Cley with Wallace of course, and a spot of lunch or supper in the garden of the Dun cow looking out over the sea marshes.
Sounds perfect. Thank you so much Karen for chatting to us. Make sure you pop and see Karen and the lovely Wallace if you are ever in Heydon or take a look at the website to sign up to their wonderful flower workshops. http://www.thewallflowerandwallace.com
Wow oh wow, what a wonderful day we had at the fantastic Burnham Market Craft Fair. The sun was shining and so many people came to support all of the local stalls on the beautiful green in the centre of the village. Burnham Market is a stunning village so a really wonderful backdrop for such a great event. The Burnham Market craft fair was in its 43rd year this year and we were so pleased to take part. It was so lovely to meet so many customers and chat to lots of other stall holders too.
The organisers handpicked a wonderful selection of designers and makers, mostly from Norfolk, to showcase their work in Saturday. Everyone who takes part in the fair has handmade their products themselves, so it really is a special day. It was so hard to pick a few stall holders to write about, but here are just a few that we thought we would share with you.
Second Nature Soaps come from Hertfordshire. Juliette makes small batches of artisan handmade soaps made with extra virgin olive and oil and the finest natural oils. They all smell delicious and her stand looked lovely. Take a look at Juliette's website to see her full range. https://www.secondnaturesoaps.co.uk
James and Joanna were also there with their range of handmade homewares all individually created using hand picked vintage fabrics. They have a wide range of cushions, small gifts and lavender bags in soft, tonal floral prints. We especially like their use of old fabrics and new ideas to create unique homeware pieces. Their website has their whole range on, definitely one to look at www.jamesandjoannadesign.com. They will also be with us at Deepdale just before Christmas too.
And finally a big mention goes to Judith Swannell with her wonderful handmade ceramics. We loved Judith's use of contrasting colour and her rustic glaze work she uses on her pots. Judith's stand looked striking yet simple and really stood out as you walked past, we were instantly drawn in!
All in all we had a wonderful day and were so pleased to have been given a pitch. There is really is no other fair quite like Burnham Market craft fair...fingers crossed we will be there next year too.
What a wonderful day we had in the sunshine last weekend at Langham Street Fair. Langham is a beautiful, small village in Norfolk. Every other year they hold a street fair, have fairground rides, lots of local bands play and of course the lovely Blue Bell pub is open too. It was such a wonderful event that was so well supported by so many local people. You can see that the residents had all put in so much effort. There was lots of stalls; such as a tom bola, a cake stand and a raffle that had all been organised by the village.
There was also a few craft stalls too, including IzziRainey of course! We had a wonderful day chatting to customers and seeing lots of familiar faces. It is always so nice to talk to people about the business, our life on the farm and explain our ethos for the business. As well as ourselves, our friend Zoe was there who makes hand creams and body lotions from goats milk. Zoe has her own goats and then hand makes all of her products for her company Moorend Moisturisers. Izzi has just re-designed Zoe's logo and packaging for her products, so it was great to see her there with the company's new look.
All in all, we just had a great day in the sunshine, speaking to lots of lovely people and of course selling things too! We hope that we will be at the next Langham Street Fair.
You can catch us (and Zoe too) at Burnham Market craft fair this Saturday 18th of August, between 10 and 5. Burnham Market Craft fair is bursting with lots of local talent including jewellers, ceramists, potters and lots lots more. Make sure you come and see us this weekend!
We are very excited to now be stocked in a wonderful lifestyle store, Little Smiths, in our local market town of Fakenham. Fakenham is about 15 minutes away from the farm, so we are really excited that our products are now being stocked there as we love being a part of local shops and business'.
Hi Mikey, thank you so much for joining us and taking your time to chat to us about your wonderful NEW shop.
SO first of all please tell us a little bit about Little Smiths...
Little Smiths is a independent lifestyle store. We source out local products from some very talented individuals. The store is a platform for local makers and for customers to find something unique. We also try to be eco friendly by finding reusable products.
What a fantastic concept, definitely a shop that we are so happy to be a part of. Where did the idea come from to start Little Smiths?
The idea came out of the blue! I have always wanted my own store but I didn’t know what I wanted in it.
My husband was the one who pushed me into opening he always drives me and supports me. I wanted to help others in the process so supporting local makers really means a lot to me.
What a wonderful way to do it, it always fantastic as a local producer to have such wonderful platforms to showcase your work. Had you always dreamt of opening your own shop?
Yes originally I wanted a vintage clothing store and almost opened one but i didn’t have the confidence in the idea. I worked previously as a gift buyer for a very big company, I had a passion for gifts and homeware so set my idea on that sector instead.
As you know all of our products are designed by Izzi and manufactured in the UK, is this something you feel passionate about?
Very much so! There’s so much talented that’s not being shown in the uk it’s so nice to find unique items instead of a generic import that’s made in a factory.
We completely agree! As you said you source locally for your products, how much of the shop is from local designers?
90% of the stock in the shop is made by local makers. Stocking Norfolk based products was always my aim and show off what the local talent has to offer.
You have a wonderful selection of products in your shop- where do you tend to source a lot of these from?
As above most of our products are sourced from the Norfolk area but I do outsource selected items from different areas of the country if I find unique handmade items.
What first drew your attention to IzziRainey products?
The bold patterns are definitely eye catching and for me that’s what sold them. But I also love the background story of how you started and the fact you are a local maker.
What is your favourite IzziRainey product?
Ooo this is a hard one! It would have to be the black dandelion designon a cushion! I will definitely be having them in my home!
Ah that is one of our favourites too! Please tell us a little bit about Fakenham where the shop is...are other independent shops popping up there too?
My store stands alone on one of the main streets into Fakenham (Oak Street) it use to be a fruit and veg shop and I just instantly fell in love with the building!
There is me and one other independent store which is Through the looking glass. She specialises in shabby chic furniture and is definitely worth a visit for something unique!
How fantastic, it is always great to see new independent shops opening. And finally...if you had to describe your perfect day in Norfolk...what would it be doing?
My perfect day sounds boring but I would spend it in the garden with my husband and my 9 tortoises! I’m a bit of a tortoise addict!
Sounds perfect, especially in this wonderful weather. Thank you so much Mikey for joining us. Please make sure you pop into Little Smiths if you are ever nearby, they just have the most fantastic selection of British made products and IzziRainey products too of course...what more could you want! https://www.facebook.com/Littlesmithsfakenham/?ref=br_rs
We would like to introduce Alison to you all from one of our stockists Osokozi in the lovely town of Holt in Norfolk. Osokozi is absolutely wonderful shop selling the most fantastic selection of cards, gift wrap, jewellery, gift items and lots more. It is an Aladdin's cave and we just love it. Alison has kindly agreed to tell us all about her shop but also more about Holt where the shop is and lots of things you can get up to in Holt.
Hello Alison! SO first of all tell us a little bit about Osokozi. Osokoi is situated just down the road from us in the lovely town of Holt in Norfolk. Can you tell us about Holt as a town...what is there there and is there lots to do apart from come to Osokozi of course?
We have had our shop The Osokozi Gallery in Albert Street, Holt for 28 years and have seen many changes in retail but Holt retains it’s charm and diversity.
Holt is a small town, well known for it’s many lovely independent shops, cafes, restaurants, antiques and galleries. Here you will always find something out of the ordinary.
We are still lucky to also have traditional greengrocers, butchers, fishmongers and bakers.
Wow you have been there for such a long time- it is amazing! For someone who is coming to visit Holt- can you give us an example of what you would describe as a perfect day out in Holt to be?
A perfect day in Holt could start with breakfast at Byfords with best ever croissants.
A browse through Bakers and Larners department store and food hall. Search out some great clothing at Old Town, Morston, Gun Hill, Ruby’s or Decorum.
Great coffee at the Black Apollo or in Adrian Hill at Picturecraft.
Lunch at the Owl Tea Rooms, afternoon tea at the Folly Tea Rooms in Hoppers Yard.
It’s easy to spend a day discovering the shops and galleries. Find out more about Holt and it’s history by following The Owl Trail, (leaflets are found in many shops) and search out all the hidden yards.
There are antiques centres and antique shops (favourite is Richard Scotts), vintage clothing , and art galleries - Red Dot on Fish Hill, and Adrian Hill at Picturecraft.
We agree there is so much to do in Holt and would encourage anyone to go to all these places. What sort of items sell well for you...do you feel your sales change during the summer season?
At Osokozi all our greetings cards and wrap sell well, and almost all of it is designed and printed in the UK. We tend to sell well for these things all year around. Our silver jewellery is unusual and affordable and always popular. We are also very lucky to have such a local following now which is fantastic.
Do the British brands you sell tend to sell well for you as people do seem drawn to buying British at the moment?
Yes definitely, especially our local brands. Our IzziRainey cards and wrap are often asked for and have a loyal local following. We stock lots of British brands including Cambridge Imprint cards, paper and notebooks, Bath House fragranced products - super lip balms, soaps etc. from Cumbria, and for 26 years we have sold Rye Pottery - hand painted and proudly made in Sussex.
Ah we love Cambridge Imprints designs they are fantastic. What is your favourite thing you sell in the shop?
We love to sell our ethnic jewellery and artefacts - we often have decorative and unusual one off pieces.
I bet it is so interesting finding items like that. Which is your favourite card that you stock of ours?
The Beehive card is our favourite. We look forward to stocking their new mugs very soon too.
Oh yes how exciting. And lastly...is Norfolk the most fantastic place to live?
Norfolk IS a fantastic place to live - with unspoilt coastlines, pretty villages and towns, great places to walk and visit, all in close proximity to Holt.
We completely agree! Thank you so much Alison for taking the time to chat to us. If you are ever in Holt make you pop in to Oskozi and say hello! https://osokozi.co.uk
We would like to introduce to you Luke Scott who runs and owns the very wonderful Handcrafted Company in Blakeney, in Norfolk. Luke has been stocking our products for nearly four years now and continues selling so well for us. Luke owns a collection of shops and galleries in the lovely sea side town of Blakeney and a couple in Wells-Next-The-Sea too. We always tell him he's taking over!
Hi Luke, thank you so much for joining us. Firstly please start by selling everyone a little bit about the Handcrafted Company.....
The Handcrafted Company is a real find for locals and visitors to North Norfolk. Located on the High Street in Blakeney, everything is handmade or manufactured in the UK supporting over 50 British designers and artisans. Stocking only the best contemporary craft and design, we offer unique gifts and beautiful items for your home, such as ceramics, textiles, glass and jewellery.
This is why we love it in there so much as it totally supports our IzziRainey ethos of British design and manufacturing. Where did the idea come from to start The Handcrafted Company?
Two years previously we opened an art gallery ‘Quay Art’ specialising in original print techniques such as linocuts, etchings and screen prints etc.... The gallery really took off and then the shop next door became available and we thought there was a great opportunity to show beautiful affordable crafts alongside our gallery offering.
You have certainly done this, and we can definitely recommend popping into 'Quay Art' too. As you know all of our products are designed by Izzi and manufactured in the UK and as you said everything you stock in The Handcrafted Company is British-made, is this something you feel particularly passionate about?
Personally, I’ve always wanted to be surrounded by homewares that mean something to me. For instance one of our contributors is a potter, called Malcolm, based on the Norfolk Broads. There are several items in my kitchen made by Malcolm and by purchasing these items I am supporting another small independent business like myself. For the benefit of the wider economy it’s really important that designers, makers, shopkeepers and consumers ‘buy British’ to keep our traditional manufacturing industries alive.
We completely agree and feel it is so important to promote this! If it is possible to, do you like to stock local artists from Norfolk in the shop?
It is really important for us to stock local artists work, we are here to promote British design and craft and there are so many great designers and makers in Norfolk, our own county. Being based in Blakeney on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast we attract visitors from far and wide, many of these visitors want to take a little slice of Norfolk home with them so will specifically ask which items are made locally.
This is definitely true, Norfolk has the most amazing selection of designer makers, something we should be proud of! You have a wonderful selection of products in your shop, where do you tend to source a lot of these from?
Now that we’ve been established for a few years, we tend to get noticed by makers and designers who approach us with their products. So much of the high Street now has given way to mass produced imported products that independent artisans need to seek out suitable outlets for their wares. We also source new products by visiting the annual British Craft Trade Fair (BCTF) held in Harrogate. BCTF brings together over 500 of the best British designers and makers under one roof and over the years we have sourced some of our most popular product ranges from here.
AND finally...what first drew your attention to IzziRainey products?
I was first attracted to IzziRainey products because of the bright and fresh designs. The quality of the textiles really stood out and I loved the story behind the product.... based on a local farm and either made there or using British manufacturers.
Well we love being a part of your lovely shop and always tell people to go in and find themselves something that is British made and British designed...take away a little bit of Norfolk. Thank you so much Luke for taking the time to chat to us. If you are ever in Blakeney then definitely pop in and see Luke. The Handcrafted Company is based on Blakeney high street, in Norfolk.
What a fantastic evening we had last Thursday at John Lewis in Norwich at their fantastic Norfolk bloggers and 'instagrammers' private event! We were lucky enough to be invited and for Izzi to come and demonstrate how our products, which are stocked in John Lewis, are made.
The event was full of beauty brands, such as GHD, Origins, Jessica Nail Varnish, the new Dyson hairdryer plus lots more. Boden also had a lovely stand of clothing as they have just begun selling in John Lewis too alongside Laura Spring's clothing range for Kin @ John Lewis, which we loved!
As well as all these fantastic brands, Rooftop Gardens, a local bar in Norfolk, had a pop up bar where they were making delicious cocktails which you could have with some of the yummy food from Waitrose! The whole room looked amazing and we loved spending the evening there!
John Lewis had invited lots of local bloggers and 'instagrammers' to the event to chat to all the different brands and enjoy a cocktail or two. It was so interesting talking to all these women who have made a definite name for themselves in the world of social media and blogging...and we were very grateful to them for all their advice and for sharing our products on their various sites.
We had a stand of our products there that are stocked in John Lewis as part of their 'Made Local' scheme and Izzi was sewing away making the products that are stocked there. People were really interested in the 'Made Local' scheme and thought that having local designers in their local stores was a fantastic idea and important to support.
We had a fantastic evening and loved being a part of Norwich's first bloggers event at John Lewis. We of course made a quick de-tour to see our products in the store...it really does not get any less exciting!
We had a wonderful day on Easter Monday at Norwich Maker's Market. Norwich Makers Market houses some absolutely fantastic designer makers from the area. There was such a mixture of different work, we loved it all. Ella organises about 3 markets throughout the year and she always manages to hand pick companies with beautiful work and definitely gets a lot of people coming to the fair too. We have just picked out a few of our favourites from Monday that we wanted to share with you.
Dotty Scotty was there with her needle felted birds, which have been inspired by her beautiful surroundings over the Norfolk broads. Joanna's work is so intricate, it is amazing to see something so unique and chat to Joanna about her work. We especially loved her Kingfishers- the colours were just gorgeous. https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/DottyScottyFelt?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Paige Mitchell was there with her beautiful hand thrown ceramic pots, hanging baskets and mugs. We just fell in love with Paige's mini handmade pots which were all potted with different cacti and succulents- the most perfect present we thought. http://paigemitchell.co.uk
Sasha was next to us on Monday with her wonderful handmade dolls, childrens toys and homewares. We think these rabbit dolls are just fantastic, we especially love all of their different outfits- so colourful.
We had a wonderful day and thank Ella for once again a lovely event. Keep your eye out on our events page to see where you can find IzziRainey next.
We are a textile company, based on a farm in Norfolk, designing and manufacturing high quality homeware and interior products within Norfolk and the UK.