An online voyage

We’ve scoured the internet to bring you our short list of the best online boutiques where you can buy finds from around the world. In words and pictures below. 


The most ItalianStories of Italy: The savoir-faire and cultural heritage found in Italy are wonderfully highlighted here through the stories of many local artisans, each specialising in marble or glass to create unique and out-of-the-ordinary pieces.


The most Scandinavian Att Pynta: The inescapable Nordic style is clearly on show here through a variety of decorative pieces and copper, ceramic or marble kitchen accessories, with sleek shapes and soft and natural tones (and good prices to match!).


The most African Kudu Home: Give your home a little ethnic touch by browsing this selection of objects that have come from all over Africa, made by local communities with processes that respect the environment.


The most Japanese Shopu: This online boutique groups together a series of objects that come from Japan, mixing design and art with the artisanal. Linked together through their simplicity and functionality, these daily objects are the definition of “simply chic”.


The most French Merci: Create the perfect French home thanks to the wide range of tableware that looks like it has come straight out of a Parisian bistrot, the selection of traditional table and bed linen, and even the DIY tools and stationery.


The most Moroccan YuYuParis: There is a bohemian, carnival-style ambiance surrounding this e-shop where you will find Berber baskets, rag rugs, stools and cushions that have been dyed by local artisans in Morocco. As each piece is unique, you shouldn’t dilly dally too much…


The most English Pentreath and Hall: This boutique is THE destination to find interior design pieces, furniture and stationery in that oh-so British style, such as printed cushions, candles, decorated vases or even antique style porcelain.


The most Spanish Masscob: This brand, born in La Coruña, brings a warm, romantic and relaxed breath of fresh air to the world of fashion thanks to the quality and lightness of the materials and instinctively invites us for a stroll along the rustic coasts of Majorca.


The most MexicanPI-PROJECT: Take a little tour around South America thanks to this bright, sunshine-filled site where baskets, beach bags, earthenware and other specialities from the country of the “Day of the Dead” sit side by side, all handmade by the Mixtec community in accordance with their traditional savoir-faire.