top 6 spots to get inspired

[+ things to look out for!]

Sophie Holloway, founder of Alphabet shares the landscapes, museums and restaurants that get her creativity flowing.

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Snape Maltings

Snape, Suffolk: Snape Maltings is not only a stunning example of rural Suffolk landscape, it also holds THE most amazing antique and vintage markets. They usually hold around 5 or 6 of these markets a year and they're always super busy and full of antique gems at really affordable prices. We recently had our own stall at the Vintage & Makers market at Snape and we're hoping to take part in the next one too.



Columbia Road

Columbia Road, London: Columbia Road is one of our favourite places to visit when we're in London. As well as hosting the infamous Columbia Road Flower Market every Sunday, this historic East London street is home to some of the most unique and intriguing interior shops you can find in the city. We often find ourselves here when we're in need of some inspiration. 


The Breakfast Club

Various locations, London: The interior is absolutely to die for! Think 'junk shop chic' and you've got this place sussed. We like to tell ourselves that we 'have' to stop by The Breakfast Club by means of inspiration, but really we both know we're just here for the           pancakes...



Clare Antiques Centre

Clare, Suffolk: The village of Clare is one of our favourite local beauty spots. Its buildings are quaint, its landscape serene and its antique centre is jam packed full of amazing vintage and antique treasures.


The Barbican Conservatory

Silk Street, London: One of our more recent discoveries, The Barbican Conservatory is our go to place when we're in need of some space to breathe in the city. After every visit we leave feeling so inspired to add to our ever growing collection of terrariums and garden accessories on our online shop.


Victoria & Albert Museum

Cromwell Road, London: South Kensington will always hold a place in our hearts and is without a doubt our most favourite corner of London. Whenever we visit the V&A we spend most of our time in the Sculpture Galleries. Expect lots of V&A inspired busts and figures to hit the shop soon...