home: nice price [ baskets ]

home: nice price [ baskets ]

We havn’t featured Tiger [ new name Flying Tiger Copenhagen ] for a while and after spotting these metal baskets we needed to share. Available in five colours and two different designs these colourful bassets are great for any room and especially a kids bedroom. Use them as fruit baskets or perhaps as a waste paper bin. At only £3 each you can treat yourself to a couple.

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home: favourite thing [ Tiger ]

home: favourite thing [ Tiger ]

Last month we featured Tiger [ nice price ], and we still can’t get enough of the Danish brand. Continuing with their new Spring collection we see the addition of planters and pots in pastel shades. Choose from zinc buckets and plant pots, ceramic hanging planters and plastic corrugated flower pots [ starting from £2 ]. Great for indoors and out.

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Don’t hang about, the best pieces can go quick.

home: nice price [ Tiger ] 

home: nice price [ Tiger ] 

Major player in the affordable design-led retail homeware market, Tiger produces trend aware home accessories season after season, coupled with innovative design and at remarkably low prices [ go in for one thing, come out with ten ! ] 

Their new season range doesn’t fail to disappoint with a colour palette of pastels mints and corals, copper, monochrome and lovely geomatic and ethic inspired patterns.

There’s coral and mint tray sets for £5, colourful rugs for £4 and pink or silver bookends for £3, plus much much more. 

Visit your local store [ find a store ] and hunt out these homeware gems.