Just Good Friday

January 23rd 2015


1. These surreal, 80s-inspired ‘motivational’ posters are brilliant, and you can buy them for your office walls here.
2. This Nessie ladle, having a whale of a time cruising round in your soup, is amazing. By Ototo.
3. Love The Smiths, love Peanuts, so this mashup gives me happy feels.
4. I don’t really follow fashion except to look for sewing ideas, but Valentino are killing it lately both in mens and womenswear. Gimme all the constellation-print stuff please.
5. This collection of Alexander Girard-designed fabrics is a riot of cheery colour.
6. I’ve been researching art as we want to upgrade some of our walls from a mishmash of street art and odd ephemera to something a bit more grown-up. This Whistler is just a bit out of budget but ever so beautiful. I’m using Artsy and saving ideas over here.

Comments (3)

  • Amy

    January 25th 2015 at 7:29 pm

    Cor that fabric design! What a beaut :) I could *definitely* see a nice blind working v nicely!

  • Mrs B

    February 10th 2015 at 11:58 am

    Great tip re Artsy!!!
    We got loads of stuff from the Affordable Art Fair in London – definitely worth checking out.
    Our new blog on London/life/marriage etc might be of interest..

  • Emma

    February 19th 2015 at 10:51 am

    Hi Katie,

    I wonder if you can help me – I’m currently searching for people who have any exciting, unique or unusual items of retro furniture or collectibles at home for a Channel 4 game show pilot.

    I’ve been tasked with finding passionate owners and collectors, rather than seasoned dealers, who might be interested in appearing in our pilot. I see you’re quite a retro lover yourself – if you’ve got any regular readers, friends or relatives that spring to mind I‘d love the chance to forward on a little message about what we’re working on.

    Fingers crossed!


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