Hand-sculpted in the UK by Urban Cottage Industries, these amber glass cylinder lampshades create an oasis of glowing, warm light. An online configurator enables you to choose everything from the colour of the cable to the design of the bulb.
Inspired by intricate, organic structures, Katharina Vones uses microelectronic sensors to bring her jewellery to pulsating life, connecting the object to the body of its wearer by measuring touch, light and pressure.
Linda Lovatt of Borders-based Beastie Assemblage hand-makes whimsical brooches, necklaces, bangles and assemblage pieces from copper and brass sheet, broken bits of pottery, beads, buttons and anything pretty.
Part of the team which wove the tapestries at Stirling Castle, Emma Jo Webster works mainly on private commissions, specialising in portraiture and colourful abstracts hand-woven in wool, silk and cotton.
Inspired by Art Deco, nature and Scotland’s natural light, buildings and landscapes, Catherine Lowe makes glass jewellery, vessels, plates, awards and painted panels using a range of hot and cold techniques.
Bridal designers Wendy Harman and Natasha Hutchison of Lovedeluxe Lingerie make pieces to order in Chantilly lace, mesh and silk for the “confident, flirtatious and effortlessly sexy, without size prejudice”.
Using silver, gold, pearls and semi-precious stones, artist jeweller Sheana Stephen creates individual pieces of jewellery inspired by flowers and the garden, legends and the texture of the sea and shore
Using mainly local timber, designer/maker Daniel Lacey creates fine furniture, from small items to whole rooms, inspired by – and often named after – the scenery and wildlife around his home in Langholm in the Scottish Borders.
Mother and daughter duo Lucy Clough & Cath Kerr of Sparks Sculptures have amassed a huge pile of scrap metal from which they make elegant sculptural items, including animals, birds, fish and abstract forms, for the home and garden.