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You can now buy lots of lovely things directly from G&M

You may have noticed a new tab on our website. We’ve (finally) launched our online shop selling things we love and hope you will love too! As well as our own sourced products, we’re also launching our new partner programme, ‘Loved by Green and Mustard‘. The programme aims to promote new and small independent businesses that we feel have something truly different to offer our customers.

Why are we doing this? Two reasons really. Firstly, we’ve always tried to share different and interesting products and we want to help you to access these products quickly and easily, through our carefully curated range. Secondly, we’re passionate about supporting independents and giving them a foot up through exposure and marketing support. All our partner products must be ethically sourced and have a keen eye on their environmental responsibility. They must also have something unique and different from the mass market.

We’re launching with two to start with but we have a few more joining us over the next few weeks. The first is Sunday and Story, run by Jo Flynn who sources vintage rugs from Morocco on her regular trips to the Atlas Mountains. Jo has a keen eye for beautiful things and also sources other items including pouffes and cushions. We love that each one is totally unique! See Sunday and Story current stock on our website.

Our second partner is The Flax Sack. Partners Andrew and Sofiya source the highest quality, ethical linens we’ve seen. A mix of linen and bamboo, their bedding and tablewares are incredibly durable, soft and crease resistant. We’ve been so impressed with it we had to have them on board. See the Flax Sack Linens in our web shop.

The beautiful Flax Sack bed linens

We’re really looking forward to working with all our partners. If you’re interested in finding out about becoming a partner, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

Anna & Sally

Anna Tonkin

I love interiors! I've always enjoyed styling my home and my husband will tell you I'm always moving things around and trying something new. My favs include Mid Century Modern and Ecclectic mixes of contrasting themes such as classical design and pop art.

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