home: nice price [ tea towel ]

home: nice price [ tea towel ]

Need a great bit of quirky witty homeware? This great tea towel would also make a great gift and is in the sale for just £3 from Inside Store London.

They say;

The ideal gift for those tricky to buy for… or an witty house warming.  

The Unwanted Gift Tea Towel comes printed with a handy, time saving resale listing description. By Garudio Studiage. 

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home: trend [ slogan homeware ]

home: trend [ slogan ]

State your thoughts through your homeware with the power of words on your homewares.

Choose special words or phrases and pop them around the home to highlight important statements about you and your beliefs.

Slogans pop onto so many homewares; vases, prints, ceramics, cushions, tea towels or even just as moulded words in wood, plastic or metal to put on a mantle piece or shelf.

Top row

Never Forget, Amazon £8.99 / Hell Yeah, Above & Beyond £12.50 / Love, Connox £33

Middle row

Laugh, Bombay Duck £9.50 / WTF, Amazon £25.50 / Lazy Days, Next £14

Lower row

Big Spoon, NOTH £19.95 / Dream, Amazon £27.22 / This Must, Trouva £70

home: made [ plate design ]

home: made [ plate design ]

Continuing our love of use of a Sharpie marker pen – we found an array of ideas from Ideas.com to get creative with patterns and wording on plates.

This would be great for Christmas place settings to use festive imagery as inspiration, words like ‘Noel’, ‘twinkle twinkle’ or other Christmassy wording or even personalise each plate for each place setting with a name or phrase…

home: nice price [ light box ]

home: nice price [ light box ]

We spotted this neon light box in Oliver Bonas, and love it. Brighten up a kids bedroom or study with this ‘on air’ sign. With a retro and modern twist it’s the perfect light to pull out for party’s.

Also available in other designs [ £75 ]

oliverbonas.com

home: found this [ cheap shot prints ] 

home: found this [ cheap shot prints ] 

We must congratulate the folks at CheapShot for succeeding with their crowd funding to launch their creative (and wittily sarcastic) new print brand. Their prints (and cards) are on the surface a pretty mix of flora and typography with a meaningful quote but look a little closer and realise the amusing full design of the prints with their witty undertone cleverly and discreetly written behind the main quote.

It’s genius, well priced and perfect to adorn your walls. 

Head to their Instagram feed now to find out more! 

home: favourite thing [ vintage sign letters ] 

home: favourite thing [ vintage sign letters ] 

Letter accessories are a great way to personalise your home with new and old type styles, available online, in stores and from markets. It’s a unique alternative to home accessories – looking good wall mounted, hanging on doors or standing on sideboards or shelving. 

We love these ‘individual black letters and numbers screened onto clear perspex with geometric detailing‘ sourced by Respect Your Elders and sold through Pedlars World (online) – £12 each. 

Explore vintage shops and antiques fairs to find discarded vintage fonts previously used for signage in pubs, shops, and other businesses. Ebay is also a great source for these. 


Spell out motivational words, names or statements or just choose single initials. 

home: found this [ pillow cases ] 

home: found this [ pillow cases ] 

Bring a little humour into the bedroom with these fun typography pillow cases from Typo

There’s plenty to choose from but our favourite is this ‘MORE SLEEP‘ design!

50% polyester / 50% cotton 

Set of two pillow cases £12 

Typo offer free shipping when you spend over £25