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04. QUEEN’S HEAD CHALKBOARD. From the same site that offers the Crown Plates, comes this Magnetic Queen’s Head chalkboard. The matt- finished magnet measures 29.5cm x 20.5cm and can be stuck to any metallic surface. What you choose to message is entirely up to you… maybe: “One would like to see the dishes washed by the time one gets home!” RRP £13.99 www.forages.co.uk


05. DAR GENEVA PENDANT LIGHT Statement lighting? A new discovery for us is Kes Lighting. The company has a showroom in the Midlands but does most business online. It offers an exhaustive selection, from the smallest table lamp to the most extravagant chandeliers. More affordable is this restrained but glamorous crystal glass pendant. RRP £314.99 www.keslighting.co.uk


06. VIPP SOAP PUMP Design company Vipp unveiled a range of products in ‘Copenhagen Green’ (the Danish capital happens to be the brand’s hometown). Prices are wince-inducing, at nearly £100 for a soap dispenser, but you won’t find one more beautiful as this one. Also available are a laundry basket, bread box, toothbrush holder, toilet brush and bins. RRP £82.80 www.madeindesign.co.uk


07. HATTIE CHAIR Nothing lends more of a period feel to a room than the use of original fabrics and patterns. This simple 1970s-style wooden chair – designed by Mel Made This – is covered in an original heavyweight, 70s brown and orange floral fabric treated with Scotchgard to add lasting protection. It brings a touch of retro style to any interior. RRP £200 www.culturelabel.com


08. CLEAR GLASS CRUMPLED CUT No doubt you’re familiar with the white china version of the crumpled cup, which transformed the ordinary, disposable plastic cup into something altogether more permanent. Now, designer Rob Brandt has come up with a clear glass version. Buy them individually, or in batches of eight, from funky online store Theo-Theo. RRP £5.95 www.theo-theo.com


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