Announcement: End of an Era at Decorator’s Notebook

40% Off end of an era sale

After a brilliant five-and-a-half years building and running Decorator’s Notebook, it’s time to pass our shop to a new owner. Today, a new era starts as we begin looking for a passionate person to take Decorator’s Notebook to the next level and develop exciting new products and partnerships.

Since opening Decorator’s Notebook’s virtual doors in 2013, we’ve been proud to work with amazing projects around the world, while filling homes with beautiful things. We’ve sourced from over 25 artisan co-operatives, social enterprises, fair trade groups and family-run workshops in 10 countries. With your orders, we’ve helped empower hundreds of artisans, selling everything from baskets to bracelets.

Simply put, your support has improved lives and futures.

Other projects beckon us, so the time is right to allow Decorator’s Notebook to fly with a new owner. It has been a privilege to build and grow this business and we are thankful to everyone who has bought from us, shared our philosophy and cheered our success.

There’s a final chance to order that product you’ve always had your eye on, with at least 40% off everything (except furniture) for one more week until Friday 31st May.

Lastly if you, or someone you know, is looking to buy a profitable online business with a ready-made website, a fantastic following, easy logistics and a black book of brilliant suppliers, get in touch! We’re looking for someone with a passion for design and entrepreneurial energy to take the Decorator’s Notebook brand to the next level… and it might just be you!

 

Bethan John and Joe John, co-founders

 

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