Door number TWO reveals the collaboration with the beautiful independent lifestyle store, The Future Kept.
The duo behind the store are Jeska & Dean Hearne, husband & wife, adventure seekers, photographers, the owners of two mischievous cats, and pals of mine. I adore their store, seeing it bloom and grow over the years to become a destination for finding interesting homewares and accessories made by talented artisans.
Their primary goal with The Future Kept is to inspire more people to think carefully about the items they have in their lives, by putting together a collection of beautifully designed handmade products from honest origins all with a story to tell.
New to their store are the Goddess Prints designed in collaboration with artist Karolin Schnoor. Drawing inspiration from small joys and tiny treasures that that can be found throughout the four seasons.
Spring Goddess celebrates – awakening, growth, blossom, bulbs and birds, a wave hello to the natural world as it comes out of hibernation.
Summer Goddess celebrates – a haze of flowers and pollen on the breeze, butterflies fluttering here and there, crickets chirping and fruits ripening.
Autumn Goddess celebrates – the crackle of collected fallen leaves, berries and acorns decorating the hedgerows, a time for foraging and harvest.
Winter Goddess celebrates – shorter days mean more time for twinkling stars glittering in clear skies, the scent of pine cones on the wind and the magic of frost and sparkle all around.
Behind door #2:
So, opening up Door 2 – you will find:
a set of four limited edition Goddess Prints
- Head to The Future Kept website and choose your favourite goddess
- Leave a comment below, telling us what your favourite goddess is and why?
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The giveaway will end on midnight (GMT) 31st December 2019. The winner will be notified by Sunday 5th January 2020 via email. Open to UK residents only.
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This article was written in cooperation with The Future Kept.