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Nestled in a quiet corner of Cambridge, is a simple house filled with beautiful objects. Former home of H.S (Jim) Ede, a curator at the Tate in the 20s and 30s, and his wife, Helen, The House at Kettle's Yard was the perfect location to photograph Métier Home.
With remarkable works by Joan Miró, Constantin Brancusi and Barbara Hepworth throughout, yet perfectly lived-in, and far from a sterile museum, Kettle's Yard embodied everything we wanted our home collection to be: Luxuries for modern life, meant to be enjoyed everyday and for generations to come.

Learn to Play Backgammon in 6 Easy Steps

24 November 2020

For evenings at home, and weekends spent with family, learn how to play a new game to enjoy together.

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The World of Métier: Kettle's Yard

13 November 2020

Discover this hidden gem nestled in a quiet corner of Cambridge.

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To our Métier Family...

3 November 2020

As we head into our second lockdown in the UK, a personal letter from founder & designer, Melissa Morris.

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Established in Mayfair, London in 2017, Métier designs elegant solutions for modern problems. Each bag is handcrafted in Italy, marrying timeless tradition and exceptional attention to detail with a profound understanding of the way that we live now. Extraordinary quality isn’t saved for a special occasion at Métier—it’s put into play every day, in every way.