Mother’s Day Gift Guide, Part 2

For mums who love their plant babies as much as their offspring, a lovely, leafy lino print by Kerry Day would make an ideal present, as would a Priormade planter with its cool geometric angles and delicious pop of colour.


If you are looking for something sassy, a bold, cheery (and slightly cheeky) card from Laura Vincent is sure to raise a smile, while Emma Puddick’s ceramics – decorated with old-school swallow and rose tattoo motifs – won’t land you in trouble with your mum like an inked declaration of love on your arm might!


Fabric fans will adore unwrapping any one of Maybe Mabel’s elegantly patterned bag designs, or how about an Emporium of Illumination lampshade, each crafted from their impressive textile hoard of stylish Scandi brights and mid-century vintage vibes.


If you think your mum would appreciate something pretty for her place, select a piece or two from Sky Siouki’s kitchenware collection featuring her exquisitely illustrated birds and botanicals, or designer dona B’s inspired range of homewares that celebrate the vibrant culture and heritage of Bristol and beyond.

Author: Geraldine Wise

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