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  • SUNSHINE COLOURS THE SCANDI WAY

    Sunshine days deserve sunshine colours, and whether it’s for accessorising your interior with some bold throws and cushions, or planting out your garden with some last minute colour, nothing helps brighten up the day more than a splash of colour. Even if you prefer the calming influence of pastels, a bold pop of tomato red, vibrant egg-yellow or a luscious blueberry can add a new perspective to existing space and create a talking point in your home
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  • SUMMER’S DELIGHT

    Is there anything that sums up the joy of summer more than the pleasure of alfresco dining with friends and family? Whether it’s simply a large picnic rug flung over the lawn in the back garden, a basket of goodies taken to the local park or the rather more glamorous hamper replete with yummy morsels of deliciousness, it’s hard to think of anything that is more simple and yet more relaxing. Alfresco dining is all about
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  • N’ICE AND EASY

    There are a few foods which are synonymous with a British summer, strawberries and cream, Eton Mess, Pimms and of course ice-cream. No summer’s day is truly complete without indulging in an ice-cream bowl full of something cold, creamy and truly scrumptious. Whether it’s the traditional flavours of strawberry, raspberry ripple or vanilla that float your boat, or the more recent introductions of elderflower, matcha green tea or cherry, Keith’s Word range
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  • THROW AWAY THE PAINTBRUSH

    When the sun streams through the kitchen window it’s all too easy to think that the room looks tired and in need of some TLC. But who wants to be stuck inside with a paintbrush and a tin of emulsion when they could be outside enjoying the sunshine? So forget the notion of decorating – save that for when the winter’s approaching - and instead brighten up the kitchen with a few new additions. Designer Jane Foster
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  • Say it with a mug

    Let’s face it – almost everyone uses and loves contemporary mugs. Some people prefer the simplicity of the white with coloured words of the Keith Brymer Jones contemporary mugs collection whilst others love the vibrancy and fun of bright character contemporary mugs like Scion Living. No matter what the occasion or the recipient’s preference, MAKE International have a mug perfect for everyone. If you can’t bear to part with the beautiful contemporary mugs, then
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  • Stylish dining with the Keith Brymer Jones word range

    If there’s one thing that completes the ultimate dinner party more than perhaps the food itself… then it is the crockery! A stylish, modern dinner set will take your average dinner party to the next level dining extravaganza. Keith Brymer Jones is king of the modern dinner sets with three sizes of plate, four sizes of bowls as well as mugs and numerous table and kitchen accessories. There’s no modern dinner set that oozes more
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  • Who loves matching sets?

    It’s a fact - we LOVE matching sets! Particularly when it comes to designer tea, coffee and sugar storage jars. There’s not a threesome that looks better out on the kitchen surfaces and nothing more essential than the three staples of coffee, tea and sugar which need stylish storage in a British kitchen. Keith Brymer Jones offers designer tea, coffee and sugar storage jars made from the finest quality super white porcelain complete with a tightly fitting
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  • Spreadable or block? Which butter do you think is best?

    Here’s the perfect answer, a nice block of tasty butter kept out the fridge at room temperature in a ceramic butter dish to keep it perfectly spreadable. Whilst the delicious taste of block butter remains, storage in a ceramic butter dish will ensure it is kept fresh and nicely spreadable. No more tearing unsightly holes in your bread as your hopelessly try to butter it. Get the most stylish ceramic butter dish in town by master potter Keith
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