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Threads of Serendipity

The journey of Evie and Skye was marked by unexpected meetings, shared passions, and fortuitous moments that ultimately led to the creation of something beautiful and meaningful.

In the warmth of a summer afternoon in 2016, amidst the verdant tranquility of Chiswick House gardens, Caroline and Daniela found themselves immersed in a conversation that would alter the course of their lives.

As their daughters frolicked nearby, their laughter mingling with the soft hum of nature, a shared vision began to take shape.

Six months prior, fate had intertwined their paths at their daughters' ballet lessons in West London. A chance encounter blossomed into a deep connection fuelled by a mutual love for interior design, art, and a yearning for something more in the world of luxury homeware.

Bound by a desire to infuse homes with elegance and charm, Caroline and Daniela embarked on a journey of discovery.

They were determined to create a brand that echoed their values of sophistication, originality, and impeccable quality. Inspired by the rich tapestry of cultures and narratives from their own lives, they set out to weave these elements into their creations. And so, Evie and Skye was born—a testament to the enduring bond between two kindred spirits and the embodiment of their shared vision.

Named after their beloved daughters, the brand stood as a tribute to family, heritage, and the timeless beauty of design.

In the midst of a global pandemic, in the year 2021, Evie and Skye emerged, a beacon of hope and inspiration.

As Evie and Skye flourished, their aesthetic journey mirrored their own growth, expanding to embrace diverse influences and sustainable practices. Each design became a chapter in their personal narrative, seamlessly weaving tradition and modernity into a vibrant tapestry that reflects their commitment to creativity and storytelling.

It was about building connections, nurturing dreams, and honoring the legacy of those who came before them.

With each cushion, each fabric, they sought to inspire others to create spaces that reflected their true selves—a sanctuary of comfort, elegance, and personal expression.

And at the heart of it all were their children, their muses and guiding lights. From the Tiny Tot collection, designed with playful sophistication, to the exquisite range of adult cushions, every creation bore the imprint of their boundless imagination and love.

Embark on a journey of ‘slow shopping’ with us, mirroring the unhurried elegance of Evie and Skye's narrative; stroll through, breathe in the essence, and revel in the moment... Here, discover sanctuary and kinship, moments to cherish and stories to weave.

Meet the heart and soul of Evie and Skye!

When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?


I never thought about what I wanted to be when I grew up, I just lived in the moment! I think I may have wanted to be a PE teacher, I lived for sport when I was at school.


I always wanted to be an interior designer. I used to draw kitchens and added in all the accessories and plants. Seeing my old drawings makes me smile.

Was there a particular ‘Sliding Doors’ moment that shaped your career?


In the structured confines of a corporate powerhouse, I had a manager who entrusted me, at the tender age of 23, to lead as if the enterprise were my own. He granted me the latitude to both succeed and stumble, imparting a crucial lesson: fearlessness in tackling challenges, though demanding steadfast tenacity and unwavering determination.


I used to think drawing and painting was for trained artists. I never thought I would be worthy of calling myself ‘an artist’. In recent years I realised it was something I could do too. I just didn’t have the confidence when I was younger.

What do you enjoy most about your day-to-day work?


I love that on Monday I am a marketer, Tuesday I am a graphic designer, Wednesday I am an accountant, Thursday I am logistics manager, Friday I am procurement and every morning and afternoon I am Mum.


I love bringing a vision to life. You look at the world with different eyes. I see beauty in the smallest things. It’s simply exhilarating.

Out of work, where or when are you happiest?


My happy place is walking along the coastal path near home.  The crashing waves and the fresh salty air, instantly refreshes me. 


I love going to Covent Garden with my daughter. It’s the beautiful heart of London.

How do you ensure a work/life balance?


Balancing the whirlwind of running the business alongside my children's jam-packed sports schedules is like orchestrating a symphony! With my daughter's competitive soccer practices and games, school sports, homework plus my son's soccer, swimming, running and basketball adventures, our days are a blur of early mornings and late nights. I'll admit, I'm not sure I've found the perfect balance yet—it often feels more like a tightrope act, held together by meticulous planning and flexibility. Nonetheless, I embrace the challenge, and I'm fully present whether cheering on the sidelines or tackling work projects. It's a busy but rewarding journey that keeps us all on our toes!


I have always been a mother first. So, I put my daughter before anything. If she is not at school, I just work once everyone is in bed. I put some nice music on, light a candle and get stuck in. It helps if your work is something that you are so passionate about.

Where do you live and what do you love about it?


In 2020 we moved to Australia to an area of Melbourne called Bayside.  The beach is a 10 min walk from home, and it is a huge part of my daily life.  It grounds me.


I live in Chiswick, West London. It has a glorious village feel even though you are in a major city. The part I live in is Bedford Park. It’s like a little gingerbread town.

If you could go back in time and offer yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?


Your life will be amazing, because it’s yours to tell.


I wish I could tell that 9-year-old Dani that one day she would be able to create the beautiful spaces of her dreams in real life.