Iona Design is a Newquay Etsy Seller bringing beach hut chic right into your home with handmade and painted items. Local Newquay artisans are really creating innovative and high quality hand made goods that are putting their skills to the test!
Iona Design is a Newquay designer producing handmade and painted items nailing that essential seaside chic interior design flair. Simple, striking and addictive. Selling through the Etsy marketplace since 2015, the product range has some great gift ideas, with jewellery organisers, coat hooks, bathroom hooks and handy knobs galore!
These are great, handmade, gifts that will bring joy to the receiver!
If you’re buying for your own interior design project, or as a house-warming gift or thoughtful anniversary gift, these striking designs will fit any decor!
Here’s wishing Iona Design all the luck of the future and I hope this is the start of a great niche product range!
Etsy Shop: Iona Design
Previous Newquay Designers in This Series:
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Iona Design is a Newquay Etsy Seller bringing beach hut chic right into your home with handmade and painted items. Local Newquay artisans are really creating innovative and high quality hand made goods that are putting their skills to the test! … Continue reading →
Last year I ran a mini series to showcase five Newquay designers who use the Etsy marketplace to sell their goods across the world. Etsy is probably the largest international marketplace enabling designers and creators to promote their handmade goods easily … Continue reading →
In what I hope will be a regular feature, I’m highlighting some of the great Etsy sellers in Newquay that are producing fabulous Made in Cornwall designs, often sea-inspired. If you want to support local cottage industries, support local designers, … Continue reading →