Kept Edition helps room-renters give limited space a personal, stylish touch

House prices in the UK continue to soar as the job market remains unstable, making it harder than ever for many people to consider buying a property. As a result, many people in the UK live in rented accommodation, in flat shares or even still at their parental home. The limited opportunity for decoration that this kind of living provides can be frustrating for those that place priority on the aesthetic of their personal space, but the small, transportable and stylish pieces of home ware from contemporary lifestyle store, Kept Edition can help to transform any space, while being easy to remove as quickly as a tenancy runs out.

A study by insurance company Aviva, revealed the full extent of this temporary and communal living status, highlighting that 1.5 million households in the UK were currently house shares, with this number set to increase to almost 2.2million by 2025. Approximately 2.85 million people aged 21 – 34 were also shown to be living at home with their parents. With strict contracts and shared living, any attempts of home decoration are limited and within the rules outlined in a tenancy agreement, with many landlords forbidding even hanging posters or pictures onto a wall.

Paolo Rizzo, founder of Peak Habitat commented, “With the internet giving us access to more visual stimuli and inspiration than ever, design focussed decoration of personal spaces is important to many people, so without the option to own a property to really make your own it can be hard for people to create a space that reflects them creatively.”

Providing the solution for unsatisfied renters, Kept Edition stocks a selection of carefully curated home and lifestyle articles comprising of industrial planters, natural wood bathroom sets and neon infused kitchen accessories to add some subtly stylish sophistication to any space.

Paolo Rizzo continued “We have built relationships with some of the most innovative and up and coming designers across the globe to ensure that every item stocked at Kept Edition is truly unique, inspired by a multitude of cultural influences.”

Peak Habitat, the online destination for the design focused generation counts influential brands such as Wireworks, OK Concrete, Tom Pigeon and Louise Madzia as creators of the fantastic articles to be found in its home ware offering.  

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Kept Edition is not only a lifestyle store, but is a vibrant destination for those in search of high quality, globally sourced goods and thought provoking content.  It supplies clothing and homeware and goods where design, quality and creativity is put before anything else.

All brands stocked and the products they make have been shaped by the moments they have experienced and culture they've lived in. This ethos has resulted in a unique platform for emerging designers to sit amongst established international super brands like Carhartt, Libertine-Libertine, WeSC, Wireworks, OK Concrete and many others.



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