Feather and Nest are super proud to be featured on Trouva's Christmas curated list of design-led gifts and festive homewares sourced from across Trouva’s boutique community.
Trouva curate the best independent boutiques from across the UK and bring distinctive products to you online. Their community of boutiques brings together hundreds of talented and passionate owners who dedicate their lives to sourcing beautiful products from around the world.
Trouva asked five of their boutique owners to curate a selection of gift ideas and festive homewares in this Trouly Independent Christmas Guide. We were really happy to be featured in that curated list, so we hope you’ll enjoy these gorgeous gifts and shop independent this Christmas!
Avoid the pitfalls of Christmas kitsch with a selection of decorations handpicked by Katharine, one half of the duo behind Rigby & Mac. Following this year’s interior trend, the emphasis is on metallic hues contrasted with natural materials of glass and wood. There’s an adorable wooden hedgehog decoration from Rigby & Mac, graphic copper ornaments from Feather & Nest and silver and gold dipped baubles from Posh Totty.
Talini Brass Diamond Decorations
These Talini Diamonds make a simple yet contemporary decoration. They also provide the perfect base for you to get creative, dress them with fairy lights or foliage, we think they make a pretty alternative to a traditional wreath. Each one comes with a recycled sari tie.
Available in four sizes:
On Trouva, discover thousands of distinctive products from the UK’s best independent boutiques. Stand out from the crowd and give an independent gift this Christmas.
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