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Hot water bottles are making a come back, as a cost-effective and ecological option, to switching on heating this winter.
The metal bed warmers of the 19th century inspired the PILL: Like no other existing hot water bottle the PILL features a soft cover made of Neoprene, a material similar to that used for making wetsuits, which means that it protects the bottle to maintain the heat, so that it stays hotter longer than its competitors – up to 5 hours. It also feels soft to the touch and is hard-wearing to guard against friction. Its pull-out funnel and free-standing mode, make it much easier and safer in use, especially for those who have difficulty holding a bottle steady with one hand, while pouring with the other. PILL’s ergonomic shape permits it to fit comfortably alongside the body to alleviate pain, when used in heat therapy for problems such as circulation, menstrual cramps, easing of muscle aches Etc.
All things considered, PILL offers a cost-efficient and eco-friendly way to stay warm and to promote relaxation and comfort for the coming winter. Priced at £34.95.
ASPACE, a leading UK children’s lifestyle concern, has introduced a brilliant new range of novel and cheerful wall and alarm clocks, in time for the clocks to be put back an hour soon.
ASPACE’s new range of striking easily read wall clocks consists of:
The Giant Wall Clock offers a large face and numbering, which is sure to help children discover how to tell the time, while making a cool statement in their room.
Broste Copenhagen presents their take for the Autumn Winter season with their new contemporary interiors theme.
Broste’s new homewares range is inspired by the modern, fresh atmosphere of the North Sea, reflecting clean shapes, pure colours and shades of raw materials plus “nudes and naturals”.
The collection consists of two themes:
Apollo Blinds have introduced a new Digiblind facility that enables customers to order a made-to-measure roller blind, printed with a photo of their choice.
For example, enthusiastic royal baby fans might use the now famous photo showing the picture of our future king on a roller blind, or even personalise their own nursery blinds with information of baby’s birth.
Apollo Blinds conducted research before the Digiblinds launch, which showed that 64% of women in the UK would select the iconic picture of Becks in his underwear to admire on their bedroom roller blinds.
The Make the Most Of website has introduced striking Eastern design cushions to give your home an exotic style.
The Ikat print has this year had a major affect on the catwalk and on home wares and these gorgeous and daring Ikat cushions are ideal for modernising your living room.
The Burgundy Silk Velvet Cushion motivated by Ottoman Sultans, is genuinely woven in a mill in eastern Turkey, then finished in the centre with a silken tassel bordered with oyas.
Wooden Venetian blinds continue to be popular in the UK, as both homeowners and businesses appreciate the contemporary style they offer, as well as the flexibility in the control of light and glare.
As from this month, the Silent Gliss range of styles and colours of slats for Venetian blinds will increase greatly, including the amount of coordinating tapes.
There are now forty three diverse wood slat options and forty co-ordinating tapes.
The inspired ‘Big Bloom’ vase, which is new and only available from The Conran Shop, has been introduced to coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show.
Created by Charlie Guda, the ‘Big Bloom’ vase brings together a magnifying lens and a test tube to display a single flower specimen greatly magnified, to show off the fine detail.
Whether it’s pretty wild flowers collected on a walk in the country, or a beautiful rose from a lover, a ‘Big Bloom’ vase will maximize the enjoyment of it, by creating a work of art. Price – £29.00.
James Hare one of the Uk’s largest fabric suppliers specialising in silks has introduced its new Silwood Silk collection, which brings brand new looks for floral fabrics…
Inspired by Silwood Park, a long-lost important historic house, Silwood Silk from James Hare presents richly coloured florals in lush dupion silk, featuring multi-shaded embroidery and cording. Silwood is crispy and fresh and provides an updated form of a classic country house look, which is ideal for modern day eclectic interiors. This gorgeous collection brings a fresh grandeur to cushions, curtains, lampshades and headboards in a choice of five colourways. The 100% silk Silwood Collection is priced at £95 per metre retail.
James Hare collections of fabric are available all over the UK and worldwide.
Yellow Velvet is the first website shop to specialise in decorative and designer cushions, which will delight online shoppers looking for that extra bit of style for the home.
This pioneering online shop was first introduced in 2011 in France, by fabric designer Carole Dugelay, who has now increased the website content, to include UK-based designs in order to attract UK shoppers.
Introducing Takker – a development in DIY that provides a handy solution for how we hang things in the home.
Say goodbye to the hassle of hanging pictures with hammer and nails, often the cause of broken plaster, cracked walls and sore throbbing thumbs.
For people with plasterboard walls, hanging anything up can be horrendous using raw plugs and screws, resulting in unsightly holes that are difficult to fix, when decorating or moving home.