MARGARET’S CHARITY PRINT SALE + CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE

08.12.20

Season’s Greetings! As you may have spotted if you’re an avid follower of our Instagram account, Margaret has this winter launched a special art prints charity sale, in aid of two amazing charities working against food poverty – Magic Breakfast and Fareshare. To help raise much-needed funds, we have brought together some of the UK’s […]

Season’s Greetings!

As you may have spotted if you’re an avid follower of our Instagram account, Margaret has this winter launched a special art prints charity sale, in aid of two amazing charities working against food poverty – Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

To help raise much-needed funds, we have brought together some of the UK’s most exciting artists, designers and children’s illustrators to present a new collection of family-friendly, special edition prints, which are available to buy in the run up to Christmas.

All proceeds from the sale will be donated equally to the two charities, who each work to support free school meals, food banks and community groups across the UK. Each of our brilliant artists has donated a design or artwork suitable for children’s bedrooms and family-friendly spaces, which is available to buy exclusively from independent homewares boutique homeplace.co.uk for £30.00 (+ p&p).

The 13 artists involved are Owen Davey, Rob Hodgson, Yasmeen Ismail, Ben Javens, Louise Lockhart, Gayle Mansfield Designs, Sarina Mantle / Wildsuga, Max Made Me Do It, Margo McDaid, Grant Orchard, Leyla Reynolds, Laetitia Rouget and Donna Wilson.

With food poverty in the UK the highest it has ever been, proceeds from this sale will help support the ongoing and growing work of organisations helping children and families with this very basic need. Please consider supporting us and buying a print!

You can find out more below and at our dedicated Instagram page to see the full collection. We have also included a further selection of Christmas gift ideas that some of our other lovely clients have on offer!

Wishing you a safe and healthy, happy Christmas, whatever it may look like this year. We look forward to seeing you in 2021.

Margaret x

The Cave by Rob Hodgson – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Moo by Gayle Mansfield – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Girl on Yellow by Margo Mcdaid – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Would You Like a Banana? By Yasmeen Ismail – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Squirrel by Donna Wilson – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Yellowstone by Owen Davey – available at homeplace.co.uk for £30 + p&p with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast and Fareshare.

Acorn Vase and Avocado Vase from Ilex Studio: The perfect combination of design and positive function, these beautiful vases let you germinate and grow acorns and avocados until your saplings are ready to plant in the ground. Let’s grow more trees!

Exclusive Editions from The Photographers Gallery: Treat a loved one (or yourself!) this festive season and deck the walls with photography, with an exclusive, limited edition print from The Photographers’ Gallery. Highlights include works by Sunil Gupta from the series ‘Christopher Street, 1976’ and a striking new piece by Lorenzo Vitturi.

Polaroid cameras and special edition film: From Polaroid’s latest analogue camera, the Polaroid Now, to The Mandalorian™ special collectors edition camera and holiday inspired special edition golden or metallic i-Type films – frame each moment with Polaroid for an extra dose of festive cheer!

A new year get away with Birch: If rest and relaxation, sprinkled with a chance to be creative and a dollop of fine food is your idea of the perfect gift, look no further than the award-winning Birch – just 30 mins from London in 55 acres of Hertfordshire countryside.

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