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New Collection + October giveaway!

Autumn has arrived in London and we’d like to introduce you to our new autumn/winter collection, which launched at London Design Festival just a few weeks ago!

In case you haven’t had a look yet, here is a link to our newest catalogue, and below are some highlights!

We’re so very proud to present new designs and colourways in our furnishings collection, which means new cushions and blankets! We’ve added to our range of woolly accessories too, as handsomely modeled below by our Giant Creature!

Our new Log Cushion below is a perfect match for our Wooly Wood throws, and Bibi Bear and Shelly are just two of our new additions to our family of creatures!

And below are two very special new items, the Tortoise Floor Cushion and our Pie Chart Patchwork. Our very own Eli was kind enough to demonstrate what he thought one might do with each of these when placed in a home:

In our ceramics range we’ve developed a little collection inspired by the classic tale of the three bears! There’s Papa Bear, Mummy Bear, and Baby Bear! The collection also includes a Bear Plate and Tea Light Holder!

And without further ado: our October Giveaway!
This month we’re giving away one each of our new Mini Tea Trays! To enter the giveaway, we’d love for you to share with us your three favourite things about Autumn. Please share your answers by leaving a comment and we’ll pick the winners at random at the end of the month! Good luck!

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