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Kobi & Teal

Kobi & Teal was co-founded by designers Nick Fraser and Polly Bell to offer a curated collection of artwork and objects presented alongside their own work. With a mission to bring together a diverse group of small design brands, individual makers, and contemporary artists, Kobi & Teal holds focus on self-production. The rich and varied range represents our enthusiasm for the individual. With the inclusion of traditional craft and contemporary design or a combination of both, Kobi & Teal feature thoughtful one-off and small batch products that find a balance between the playful and sophistication. With a solid background in interior product and textile design, Nick and Polly are privileged to work collaboratively with their designers often making individual pieces specifically for the Kobi & Teal customers. Nick and Polly are excited about their creative venture and are committed to making Kobi & Teal a hub of creative talent, supporting and promoting all its designers, makers and artists.
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Frome

The picturesque market town of Frome lies in the heart of Somerset, surrounded by vast swathes of open farmland, chalky ridges, undulating hills and valleys and generally stunning scenery at every turn. Explore the many cobblestone streets lined with an eclectic mix of independents and you’ll find everything from interior decor, quirky antiques and vintage clothing stores to children’s boutiques, florists and cafes. On the first Sunday of each month between March and December, the streets of Frome become a pedestrian playground and the town welcomes a pop up community of producers, crafters and makers. Stroll through hundreds of stalls celebrating the best from local producers at the farmers market on Stony Street or the artisanal trinket filled suitcases and prams at the “suitcase sale” on top of Catherine Hill. This unique market celebrates the independent movers and shakers in the South West and draws thousands of visitors each year.
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