Homeware Wishlist – The Old English Company

If you’ve been following my blog lately – you’ll know that I’m moving into a new apartment soon, so when The Old English Company reached out to me about a collaboration – the timing was just perfect.

The Old English Company are a stationery and homeware brand based in Stamford, England who create hand lettered products.

It was hard to choose just a few items from their site to feature here – I’d love to spend all day chatting about every item on their site but that would take forever! So I’ve chosen a few of my favourite homeware products to focus on.

One thing I love about the Old English Company is that their products are SO instagrammable! (yes that’s a word!) I can’t wait show off all my products once my life has been un-boxed and show you how amazing they look in our new place. So keep an eye on my Instagram for that!

I also love that their products are really minimalist and simplistic so they’ll fit in with any colour scheme in any room!

Flag Teatowel Mug pillow

What’s On My Homeware Wishlist?

  1. Enamel Pin Display FlagSuch a cute way to store/display your pins.
  2. Biscuit Teatowel – I love this because I have a bit of a “thing” abut white tea towels because they look really dirty after one use and then I end up turfing them straight in the wash. And who doesn’t love biscuits?
  3. “Bring Me Coffee and I Will Love You Forever” Mug – This is basically me on a mug. I can’t function in the mornings without at least 2 cups of coffee before work. I love this style of mug too.
  4. “Messy Hair Don’t Care” Pillowcase –  If you’re a curly-haired guy or gal like me, you’ll know all about this. I don’t have a choice whether I’ve just woken up or I’m out and about all day – messy is the default setting for my hair!

The Old English Company don’t just sell homeware, they also sell beautiful stationary, greetings card and enamel pins. In fact, they’re running a competition right now where you could win. All you have to do is click this link and follow the instructions – good luck!

I would like to take a minute to thank the lovely folk at the Old English Company for this opportunity – I have loved working with them and I can’t wait to work with them again in the future.

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