Everyday gorgeous is a little collection of things that have caught my eye in the week. Objects of loveliness which during my virtual shopping trips have thrown themselves at me and begged me to click *add to basket*
This week I’ve been hunting out some kitchen pretties for a little project I’m working on. Let me tell you all about them.
My first stop is Loaf – home of simply effortlessly stylish home-wares. I’m loving the Cutler, a solid mango wood cutlery holder. I’m picturing me sauntering around my Cornish seaside home with this, casually laying the table with vintage mismatched cutlery from the Cutler which is jauntily hooked over my arm. (I don’t actually have a Cornish seaside home – but I’m not letting that stop the dream). It’s a good practical kitchen accessory, one that would stand the test of time (and fashion). Available from Loaf priced at £35.
Staying with Loaf but moving over to the kitchen windowsill, I’m head-over-heels about the Herby a herb-pot holding beauty made from solid mango wood and coming complete with galvanised steel drip tray. Even pots of supermarket herbs would look lovely in here. The Herby is available from Loaf for £35.
I’m a huge fan of rustic, effortless and simple style and this apron is perfection – a simple linen throw on apron. No fuss or faff just a stylish apron, ideal for wearing whilst baking or for doing craft work. I like the feel of it, it says serene and calm, lovely. The apron is available from Toast priced £59.
Staying with Toast – just look at these stunning coloured Moroccan tea glasses – these come in a set of six different colours amber, smoke, blackcurrant, red, gold and grey. And because they are hand blown and made from recycled glass they are all just a little bit irregular and unique. If there is one thing I like more than anything else it’s things that are irregular and unique! These glasses scream hot summers day in the garden, they want to be tinkling with ice sat under a blazing hot sun. Glasses are available from Toast priced from £25.
And finally heading over to Not on the High Street – totally feeling the love for this “Gwalia” enamelware teapot available from NOTHS seller Blodwen General Stores. I think it puts me in mind of Mine Craft with it’s block based clean design. I like! Teapot is available via Not on the High Street priced at £40.
Enjoy drooling over these little finds as much as me. Don’t forget to come back soon for more fab family home ideas UK.