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Week 16: My favourite finds January 29, 2016 16:27

I met with a friend today who brought it to my attention that it's been a while since I shared some favourite finds with you, and she's right, so (slap on the wrist) here you go....

 

Oh Superliving, why do you always tempt me with your gorgeous Scandi ceramics?  Look at these luscious new green additions - those vases would look right at home in my home!

 

Is it acceptable for adults to have a mobile?  My dentist has a lovely distracting floaty one above the chair, but I guess he's got a good reason.  Perhaps I can convince him to have this fun Charley Harper mobile instead?  
Available from Hus and Hem for £19.95

Ok, I know Orla Kiely is absolutely everywhere this days, but that doesn't mean I'm going to get tired of her fabulous designs.  Check out this lovely enamelware available from Unique & Utility.

 


This cute Hedgehog Doormat   is coming soon to Magpie, I think it would be a bit of a shame to get it all muddy!

 

Trees Wallpaper by Contour

 

Now this is something I have actually purchased for my home.  Having lived with bare plaster in the main bedroom for over 18 months now, I have actually bought this fabulous wallpaper for behind the bed. Now there's just the small issue of getting around to decorating...
Trees Wallpaper from B&Q.

 

Just like the decorating, I hope to get around to posting my favourite finds again soon!

 


Week 8: My Favourite Finds May 10, 2015 21:09

Donna Wilson Tiger Plate
Little miss loves tigers and so this new bone china Tiger Plate by Donna Wilson caught my eye this week.
Bold & Noble Print
How cool is this Geometric Heart Print by Bold & Noble?  I love it, it's only £45.00 and it's definitely on the wish list!
How cool are these glass water bottles by Faucet Face, just looking at them makes tap water seem more appealing! They're £20 from Bear & Bear and proceeds from sales go to charities aiding those without clear drinking water.
I love all this Mini Moderns enamelware which is coming soon, it's hard to choose my favourite product, but I think it has to be the storage jars, especially the tangerine one!  
Wola Nani Bowl
These striking  papier mache bowls by Wola Nani are handmade using recycled paper products in South Africa by women living with HIV.  I love the bright colours of these sardine can labels, the bowls are available to buy online here.