Style is one of those things that is indeed a black and white issue, with a monotone palette you cannot go wrong, as Lawrence Roullier-White discovers on our local high streets.
Oh Dear All Gone Bowl, £10, from Bunka, Dartmouth Road, SE23
White Wax, £4.95 and £8.95, by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint from The Dulwich Trader, Croxted Road, SE21
Chevron Vase, £26.95, from Ed, North Cross Road, SE22
Bloom by Edward Chell, £15.00, from Horniman Museum & Gardens, London Road, SE23
Willow Cushion, £ 47.50, by Lorna Syson, from Horniman Museum & Gardens
Labour of Love X Walala Black White Reversible Tote Bag, £70, by Dulwich based designer Francesca Forcolini from labour-of-love.co.uk
Labour of Love X Walala Shell Parka, £150, by Dulwich based designer Francesca Forcolini from labour-of-love.co.uk
Lycanthrope Framed Print, £165, from Mrs Robinson, Lordship Lane, SE22
Loeffler Randall Greer Boots, £465, from Question Air, Lordship Lane, SE22
Pour Homme by Carven, £70, from Roullier White, Lordship Lane, SE22
Dressing Room Candle by Birch & Brook, £30, Lordship Lane, SE22
Large Geo Case, £30, by The Pattern Guild, The Bussey Building, SE15
Laundry Basket, £12.95, from Tomlinson’s, Dulwich Village, SE21
Black Pomegranate Candle, £8.50, by Country Candles from Willow, North Cross Road, SE22
This feature first appeared in the November 2016 issues of SE21, SE22 and SE23 magazine.