Darkroom Celebrates 5 Years with its Own Core Collection

To celebrate London-based Darkroom’s 5th anniversary, the online shop and design label have launched five new products that focus on five different shapes. They explore geometric shapes – circle, triangle, square, semi-circle, ziggurat – all to create a core collection of home goods and jewelry that fall right in line with what the site is best known for – gorgeous modern accessories.


The Hand-Dipped Enamel Tableware was done in collaboration with Crow Canyon and features a graphic monochromatic design in black and white.


The Alphabet Jewelry Collection has a slight industrial feel achieved through blocky, geometric letters.


The Painted Class & Cork Scented Candles come in reusable, spun metal vessels with sculptural cork lids leaving you with a stylish object when the candle is gone.


In collaboration with FLOOR STORY, the Hand-Woven Kilim Rugs celebrate the hardworking artisan weavers in Bhadohi, India and features their signature geometric shapes.


The Shapes Blankets were created with the help of a family-run mill in Wales who achieved a super-soft lambswool used to produce the graphic, geometric patterns.

Read more about Darkroom here.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.