So this tray by Swedish brand Ary has gone straight to the top of my wish list. The pretty chinoiserie design by Brit talent Michael Angove makes a nice change from the bright graphic styles that seem to have become the standard.
This foldaway drying rack is a clever little space-saving idea. Plus, it will mean no more doing battle with a regular clothes maiden (those things have a mind of their own).
Another avian-themed product! Yikes. I clearly have an eye for birds. Or even a bird’s eye. Anyway, this little cookie keeper is made of stoneware and is 21cm tall.
This product by Ahsayane Studio slightly exceeds the A&M price threshold, but as it’s three utensils in one, I thought I’d get away with it. So what do you get for £85.55? Well, it’s a rolling pin, that splits in two to form an oil bottle and a mortar. I can’t believe no one has thought of this before.
The latest Plümo catalogue landed on my door matt the other day and oh my, it’s a good one. Thank heavens it came with a 10% off voucher. Now, I couldn’t choose what to post, so I went for what seemed the best value for money – which is these:
The throws are made from 100% wool in a bonny wee Scottish mill and cost from £20 each.
The clay pots are half-painted and cost from £15 each.
I’m also completely in love with this coffee table, but that’s another story.
I love a tray – and this is a bargain. Perfect, unless of course you live in Manchester. Or Birmingham. Or Liverpool. Or…
I don’t know about you, but I really struggle to keep fresh herbs alive for more than a few days. That’s where this innovative herb pot by Sagaform comes in handy. Not only does it make herbs look sleek, watering is a doddle.
Oh my! These cheered me right up. Seven little animal arse magnets. Marvellous. Can you guess the species? I had to cheat and look at their front ends!