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 forĀ 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?

Those interested in attending a workshop can check them out and secure a spotĀ here.

Open Door
Friday 6th-Sunday 8th May
Old Spitalfields Market

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Author: Rohini Wahi

Rohini is a London based freelance journalist and trend forecaster for the design industries. She has worked for Elle Decoration, Living Etc, Houzz and Design Sponge amongst others.

She loves a period drama and keeps a tidy home. Launched in 2007 The Beat That My Heart Skipped focuses on home inspirations, design trends, lifestyle and food – coupled with an insight into Rohini’s work and home life – from key picks at trade shows to styled weekend soirees. To contact Rohini for queries, work for hire or just to say hi drop her a line at mail@rohiniwahi.com

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