From a Stylist magazine favourite, to channelling festival fever - check out this month's top trending products.
“Add an ethereal feel to your mantel with this glass candle holder from Talking Tables. The delicate pink glass design is a great way to complement your mantel and looks great when combined with other colours from the brand’s glass candlestick collection.” So says Stylist Magazine and we couldn’t agree more. Stylist magazine is among our favourite reads so we were chuffed to see our best selling glass candle holder featured.
The paisley pattern actually originates far further east that the eponymous town in Scotland, with Kashmir thought the likely source. Although just how far back it dates is contested – with some dating it back 2000 years. However, we can all agree on its enduring nature as a fashion and interiors bohemian trend. From its dominance in Swinging Sixties London – kipper tie anyone – to its re-emergence last summer, it’s coming through even more strongly this year. For a little boho brightness, we recommend our collection of napkins, outdoor rug, tablecloth and bunting. The napkins are home recyclable and the fabric tablecloth and bunting are made from organic cotton.
Origami artist Raushan Willms has been entrancing us with her artistic transformations of our paper napkins. A sure way to get the table talking. Pictured here is her gorgeous Citrus creation. Check out her Instagram for how to videos and get folding. We feel a craft club coming on.
These small candle holders can be used three ways to decorate a table – with tea lights or as a miniature vase or flip them over and, voila, they are transformed into a traditional candle holder. A very versatile table scaping piece, they come in three colours – green, orange, pink and yellow.
Festival season officially kicked in in April with Coachella. From the Isle of Wight to Glastonbury, if you’re heading off to one of this year’s events this summer why not get into the spirit with our Festival puzzle. Featuring an original illustration, it’s accompanied by trivia questions to test your music knowledge. And it’s kind to the planet too – the pieces and box are FSC accredited, which means they’re made from trees from sustainably managed forests.