This is defo the bestest bit.
Picture heavy, again. Here are the things I bought, starting off with Tiger
How jealous I am of anyone that lives near one of these shops!!
If an award existed for 'fastest basket filler' I would be a definite contender after my trip around the aforementioned store.
Great thing is, it is really affordable.
|cute kitchen stuff|
As I mentioned on my Brighton part 2 post, I also visited some open house shops.
My favourite one was Peggy Poppletons (her name is cool too)
You have to check out her page, oh my goodness!
I bought a couple of prints including this one by TYPEKING
and another by MIBO who has some brilliant stuff., check out the website.
|for the playroom|
I also got these.
|my wish list for quite some time|
There were a couple of independent shops that stocked Hannah Turners ceramics so I treated myself to something from her bird range. If I were a rich woman I would have bought something large or actually, just the whole lot.
This little bird egg cup is my most favourite purchase.
It will never hold an actual egg, it is far to precious for general use. It is on my fireplace so I can look at it all the time.
I also purchased a few fleamarket finds but I am going save them for my thrifted treasure post.
I think they will be happier there.
I am not usually such a 'Spendy Wendy'
I am actually of a thrifty nature, but I had saved hard for this trip, and I knew I would just HAVE to spend rather more freely than usual.
I hope you like my things.
Are you one of the lucky peeps to live near a Tiger, I won't hold it against you ;)
Thanks for reading. x