Mimosa Street in the media

On this page, you'll find a selection of press cuttings. If you're a journalist and would like to know more about the brand, or you'd like high-res images or any other help, please see our Press enquiries page.

Project Calm magazine

Project Calm

Project Calm is a new magazine dedicated to creativity and achieving mindfulness through making.

Mimosa Street was featured in its pages on nature-inspired designs, with a focus on the way we curate our collections and the ethos behind our vegan accessories edit.

A special mention went to the bold botanical designs of up-and-coming designer India Johnson of Greengage Studios and our handmade oilcloth purses by British textile designer Susie Faulks.


Cheryl Rawlings at Mimosa Street in Homes & Antiques

Homes & Antiques, Season's Pick

The lovely botanical postcard set by Cheryl Rawlings was featured in the Journal pages of Homes & Antiques. 

“Illustrator Cheryl Rawlings’s designs for Mimosa Street have got us sharpening our pencils and preparing the address list.”

Read an interview with Cheryl Rawlings on the Mimosa Street blog.



Country garden washbag by Helen Round at Mimosa Street

The Daily Telegraph, Christmas gift guide

Our pretty Country Garden washbag was featured in The Telegraph’s Christmas gift guide.

“Inspired by the English countryside and hand-printed in Cornwall, this linen washbag features an original botanical illustration by designer-maker Helen Round. It has a splash-proof lining and is a great size to hold all your bathroom essentials.”


Botanical screen print, Mimosa Street in Homes & Interiors Country Homes & Interiors, Good to Grow

Our exclusive Myrtle Screen Print was featured in the Shopping Shortlist pages of a modern-country themed issue of Country Homes & Interiors.
The beautiful hand-pulled myrtle screen print is printed on Italian recycled paper that contains seaweed from Venice. 
Ophelia bead necklace in Moral Fibres, Mimosa Street  Moral Fibres, Mother's Day guide

“Sparkly and beautiful and fairtrade”...

The Ophelia Beaded Necklace was featured in a Mother’s Day gift guide on green living blog, Moral Fibres. The necklace features hundreds of tiny brass beads on storm grey thread. It fastens with a recycled glass bead and is handmade in India.

See the round-up on Moral Fibres.
Wild sprigs, exclusive botanical print by Gooseberrymoon at Mimosa Street Stylist Magazine, Affordable art guide

Our exclusive Wild sprigs print, by Gooseberrymoon, was featured in Stylist magazine's affordable-art-for-every-room edit.

See the round-up on Stylist.co.uk.
Heart Swoop, exclusive print by Ingrid Petrie, Mimosa Street in the media Stylist Magazine, Valentine's Day gift guide

It's got the "wow factor"!

Our exclusive Heart Swoop print, by Ingrid Petrie, was featured in Stylist magazine's round-up of funny, touching and offbeat Valentine's gifts.

See the gift guide on Stylist.co.uk
Hector oilcloth washbag by Susie Faulks, Mimosa Street in the Telegraph  The Daily Telegraph

Our bestselling Hector oilcloth washbag was featured in Telegraph Travel’s Christmas gift guide.

“A cheerful design by British textile designer Susie Faulks, this washbag is also available in a pretty bird print – both have a waterproof lining.”

Browse the gift guide on the Telegraph website.
Allophylus exclusive botanical screen print, Mimosa Street in the media

Heart Home magazine

Mimosa Street's exclusive Allophylus screen print was featured in Heart Home magazine's Christmas issue. It was pictured in one of our lovely Sari frames and was part of a spread about simple yet stylish seasonal decor.
Mimosa Street in the media, City Girl at Heart City Girl At Heart

A selection of Mimosa Street's recycled products, including stylish glassware and items of ethically-sourced furniture, were featured in City Girl At Heart's new Ethical Tuesday column.

View the feature on the City Girl At Heart website.
Floella vase in Country Homes & Interiors  Country Homes & Interiors, 10 Ways to Make Life Lovely

In its pages on how to make life lovely, Country Homes & Interiors suggests displaying blossom stems in our pretty Floella vases.

"These rustic fairtrade recycled glass vases are ideal for showing off single stems. Or use the wire handles to hang them on a garden wall for an outdoor display."
Handmade Martha clip purse in Country Homes and Interiors  The Simple Things magazine, April Wish List

Mimosa Street's ever-so-lovely Martha clip purse was featured in The Simple Things.
"This floral purse is handmade from a linen-cotton mix and is perfect for holding everything from bank cards to keys."
Mimosa Street products featured in the Moral Fibres blog

Moral Fibres, Eco-Friendly or Ethical Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Sustainable lifestyle blog, Moral Fibres ("Sustainable living that's hip, not hippie"), featured our lagoon green gem drop necklace and our Martha clip purse in its guide to eco friendly or ethical Mother's Day gifts.

View the article in full on the Moral Fibres website.
Polly trinket box in the Indybest guide  The Independent's Indybest guide

Mimosa Street's fairtrade Polly trinket box was featured in the Indybest guide: Ten best Mother’s Day gifts under £10.

View the gallery on The Independent website.
Mimosa Street in Kat got the Cream blog  Kat got the Cream, What Kat Found: Mimosa Street

Mimosa Street was featured in Kat got the Cream - a gorgeous UK lifestyle blog featuring fashion, craft, vintage and home.

"I like the word Mimosa; it conjures up sprigs of yellow flowers and delish champagne cocktails. Now it also has another positive connotation for me since I found this lovely gift website called Mimosa Street."
Read the article in full on the Kat got the Cream blog.
Mimosa Street's Sari frames featured on the Kimi and Me blog  Kimi and Me

“These darling Sari frames will be used to remember happy times. They are not simply for photographs, but can be used to frame keepsakes”

Mimosa Street’s tiny sari frame, as featured in UK fashion and lifestyle blog, Kimi and Me.

Read the review in full on the Kimi and Me website.
Mimosa Street featured in How Green is your Life blog by Alexandra Boyd

How Green is your Life

"Stylish AND Sustainable? I'm IN! Mimosa Street!”, says actress Alexandra Boyd (Coronation Street, New Tricks, Titanic & Mr Holland's Opus, From Paris With Love).

"How do we live a sustainable and stylish life with as little impact on the planet as possible - and without living in a field in Cornwall peeing into a compost toilet... well, I think MIMOSA STREET may be onto something."

Read the article in full on How Green is your Life.