Crypt on the Green at St James's Church

This is the last Clerkenwell post, I promise . . . The Crypt on the Green at St James's Church hosted a collection of retail friendly interior accessories from some great designers which I can guarantee will be coming to shops near you soon. It was sponsored by Triitme - a Spanish online design company - the spelling of which sticks in my throat slightly. 

This is the last Clerkenwell post, I promise . . . The Crypt on the Green at St James's Church hosted a collection of retail friendly interior accessories from some great designers which I can guarantee will be coming to shops near you soon. It was sponsored by Triitme - a Spanish online design company - the spelling of which sticks in my throat slightly. 

There were some very appealing textiles from Etoile Home 

There were some very appealing textiles from Etoile Home 

Capturing the mood for all things geometric and metal was this I'll take it all please stationery and jewellery from Lovely Pigeon

Capturing the mood for all things geometric and metal was this I'll take it all please stationery and jewellery from Lovely Pigeon

I really liked the very delicate pattern and print from Custhom

I really liked the very delicate pattern and print from Custhom

Also these lovely copper and ceramic vessels from Tunisia by Hend Krichen (slightly fuzzy pic above)

Also these lovely copper and ceramic vessels from Tunisia by Hend Krichen (slightly fuzzy pic above)

Keeping it real over at the House of Detention, a subterranean former Victorian prison, were some up and coming designers. 

Keeping it real over at the House of Detention, a subterranean former Victorian prison, were some up and coming designers. 

You can design your very own 3D printed light shade with Alexa Getting from Get Bli Designs. She told me she'd designed a light for a band so their name would project across the stage. Pretty cool. 

You can design your very own 3D printed light shade with Alexa Getting from Get Bli Designs. She told me she'd designed a light for a band so their name would project across the stage. Pretty cool. 

I really liked this desk and stool by James Tattersall.

I really liked this desk and stool by James Tattersall.

Ditto these earthenware spinning top lights by Room 9. Again, slightly fuzzy pics on account of the prison darkness.

Ditto these earthenware spinning top lights by Room 9. Again, slightly fuzzy pics on account of the prison darkness.

And, finally, I was very taken by the global traveller vibe of these textiles from A Rum Fellow. Good name too.

And, finally, I was very taken by the global traveller vibe of these textiles from A Rum Fellow. Good name too.