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Not on The High Street takes over Spitalfields

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From the moment Not on The High Street opened their virtual doors in 2006 they have done a pretty great job of transforming the online gifting market from the dubiously personalised and bland offerings we had to endure to an inspiring and engaging place to shop for gifts. I certainly know I get excited when I have an occasion to shop for these days and have an excuse to log onto the site – one for them, one for me!

We have come to love their snappy slogans brightening up our social feeds, campaigns that give us a fuzzy feeling on the underground and most importantly a very exciting selection of creative businesses to shop from.

This May, Not On The High Street are taking over Old Spitalfields Market for their first shopping experience – Open Door. With hundreds of their sellers showcasing wares within themed spaces for prints, home furnishings and accessories plus workshops in wonderful things like felt cacti making and paper cutting, I know I will be luxuriating in all things NOTHS that weekend. Join me?
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New Book! The Making of Home

“In 1900, a young girl in a strange land was asked by a resident why she wasn’t content to remain in their ‘beautiful country’, but instead longed to return to the ‘dry. grey place she came from. She was astonished. She wanted to return there, she said simply, because there was ‘no place like home’ […] Read more…

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Indoor Weekend Activity : The Barbican Conservatory

This Easter weekend isn’t looking as sunny as we all had planned – but as a Londoner well-versed to seasonal disappointments I have a well thumbed and visited list of indoor activities at my disposal! Last Sunday finding myself very alone with a toddler due to Dave’s delayed flight from San Francisco (we were hoping to […] Read more…

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Inspiring Eaterie: La Porte Des Indes

Earlier this month on Mother’s Day weekend we made a trip to an old family haunt of ours in Marylebone. Originally we had plans to have lunch somewhere not worth much of a mention locally but like out of a dream this place sprung from the depths of my memory. Memories of long languorous family […] Read more…

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A New Look for Waterstones!

Earlier this week on my way back from the Heals Modern Craft Market, I walked down the busy main drag of Tottenham Court Road with my eyes darting all about the place as usual – trying to drink in the ever-changing landscape of retail on that side of town. Tottenham Court Road has never quite been […] Read more…

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Heals Modern Craft Market 2016

Craft. The interiors magazines, those homely BBC design shows and our favourite high street shops, we just can’t seem to get enough of it –  the way a rough hand-thrown mug feels in our hands and the way a handwoven cushion looks on our sofa… Since I began work in the trends industry many years […] Read more…

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Kate Spade Tableware at John Lewis

I’ve been a fan of preppy, whimsical and girly American brand Kate Spade for years now. Known for witty wordings, polka dot patterns and gilded details. Launching on the 15th of March is it’s first super-sweet tableware collection in the UK with John Lewis. I guess what has always attracted me to the brand is […] Read more…

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Exit Through The Giftshop : National Maritime Museum

Like most people I love a Museum Shop. A good one is always creatively stocked with well- themed homeware, toys, ‘essentials’ like bottle openers and mugs, artsy prints and a good library for further reading. The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, which I visited this weekend has one of the best museum shops I have […] Read more…

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Spread the Love : Low Prep & Maximum Impact Treats

I love this month, when the internet is awash with crazy, sweet, sugary and silly Valentines ideas. For years now my Valentines weekend has been less about couples stuff and more about spreading the love with baking, decorating my home in hearts and just having a playful cosy time. This year we have an almost two year […] Read more…

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New Year, New Walls: Boras Tapeter

I have been thinking about wallpaper for a long, long, long, time. Most of my life probably. I’ve had a confused relationship with it – at times declaring its the worst thing that could happen to a home but at the same time sneakily archiving a list of my favourite designs – its a commitment […] Read more…

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