Archive for: April, 2012



Future & Found has had an online presence for a while, selling a range of new and vintage pieces in their online shop. Recently, however, owner Andrea Bates made the leap to the physical world by opening the brand’s first bricks and mortar location. Situated in Tufnell Park, North London the store is an extension of the online homeware offering. From the moment you step inside Andrea’s store you can see her vision for the classics of tomorrow (Nikki McWilliam’s biscuit cushions one of many examples) and a passion for what’s been before. Inside the store feels light and airy, with occasional neon orange flashes dotted amongst the merchandise. Old chairs adorn the walls; handprinted cushions sit proudly upon them. A central table houses vintage typewriters and graphic paper supplies (tempting? you bet!), while a gallery area flanks the righthand side of the store – check out the limited edition screen prints from Gail Bryson! Be sure to drop in if you’re in London, otherwise you can shop Future & Found online.
// Photography by Will Taylor

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Future & Found has had an online presence for a while, selling a range of new and vintage pieces in their online shop. Recently, however, owner Andrea Bates made the leap to the physical world by opening the brand’s first bricks and mortar location. Situated in Tufnell Park, North London the store is an extension of the online homeware offering. From the moment you step inside Andrea’s store you can see her vision for the classics of tomorrow (Nikki McWilliam’s biscuit cushions one of many examples) and a passion for what’s been before. Inside the store feels light and airy, with occasional neon orange flashes dotted amongst the merchandise. Old chairs adorn the walls; handprinted cushions sit proudly upon them. A central table houses vintage typewriters and graphic paper supplies (tempting? you bet!), while a gallery area flanks the righthand side of the store – check out the limited edition screen prints from Gail Bryson! Be sure to drop in if you’re in London, otherwise you can shop Future & Found online.
// Photography by Will Taylor

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1. Rearranging one of my kitchen shelves and hanging a little yellow clock above it.
2. Loved this ‘hello’ mug.
3. A cosy Saturday morning brunch in Le Pain Quotidien.
4. These colourful matchboxes caught my eye.
5. Helping my mum hang her new dining pendants.
6. Discovering that you can use these colourful legs to customise your furniture.
7. Fell in love with this journal.
8. A bargain patchwork bow tie.
9. My balcony needs to meet this pot.
10. One of the best London mugs I’ve seen.
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