Katie Treggiden's Local Discoveries from Great Britain

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August 4, 2013
In our Sepetember 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries. Check out Diana Moss of Miss Moss and Lucy Feagins of The Design Files's finds, too!
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  Katie Treggiden is the blogger behind Confessions of a Design Geek. She lives in Surrey, England, and loves writing about all facets of modern design.
    Katie Treggiden is the blogger behind Confessions of a Design Geek. She lives in Surrey, England, and loves writing about all facets of modern design.
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  “I love Young and Norgate’s work—particularly their Animate range, which has a certain timeless elegance," she says of the piece pictured here.
    “I love Young and Norgate’s work—particularly their Animate range, which has a certain timeless elegance," she says of the piece pictured here.
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  When asked to pick another of her favorite pieces, she replied, “I’m a huge fan of Tom Raffield’s No. 1 Pendant, made of steam-bent wood. All his products are made in Cornwall—and you can kind of tell. They definitely have a West Country inspiration.”
    When asked to pick another of her favorite pieces, she replied, “I’m a huge fan of Tom Raffield’s No. 1 Pendant, made of steam-bent wood. All his products are made in Cornwall—and you can kind of tell. They definitely have a West Country inspiration.”
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  And finally, Treggiden chose this print: “Mini Moderns is one of my favorite British design brands. I especially love their Whitby range—and in fact I have lined my dressing table drawers with the Whitby wallpaper for 
a secret seaside touch!”
    And finally, Treggiden chose this print: “Mini Moderns is one of my favorite British design brands. I especially love their Whitby range—and in fact I have lined my dressing table drawers with the Whitby wallpaper for a secret seaside touch!”

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