Mini Moderns is 10!


Mini Moderns celebrate their 10th Anniversary with a series of events at The Geffrye Museum of the Home in Hoxton.

Celebrating 10 years of Pattern with a Story.

To celebrate our 10th Anniversary we organised a series of events with the help of The Geffrye Museum of the Home in London. These included a month-long pop up shop, upholstery demonstrations and a Mini Moderns ‘in conversation’ talk hosted by Louise Gorrod, the wishlist editor of The Simple Things magazine. It was heartwarming to see a packed room of people who have supported us over the last decade.

The whole evening was fueled by the Mini Moderns Gin Fizz (which also happens to be one of the fragrances in our new candle and diffuser ranges) in bespoke gin bottles decorated with our frosted window film, which proved very popular, though this was probably more to do with the contents rather than the pattern!

It was also the perfect opportunity for us to reveal new product launches, such as ‘The Modern Kitchen Collection’ created in collaboration with  Ulster Weavers, new enamelware collections with Wild and Wolf, our window film collection with The Window Film Company and the exciting home fragrance range with KMI Brands.



Mini Moderns Pop-up at The Geffrye Museum, featuring bespoke banners highlighting the stories behind some of our most recognised wallpaper collections.


Mini Moderns press room featuring new product launches in collaboration with Wild and Wolf, Ulster Weavers and KMI Brands. There was also a sneak peek at the new Saturday Night/Sunday Morning collection of wallpapers, including One day, Homework and Star-ling.


Guests were invited to play our old 7 inch singles on Keith’s vintage Panasonic SG-J555 record player.


The Geffrye Museum’s 1960s room set with a selection of Mini Moderns products looking very at home!

We had such a great time and we’d like to say a big thank you to the Geffrye for hosting our birthday celebration.


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