Bottle Green Homes are hiding secrets. Amongst their cushions and mugs and tea towels, they're hiding unusual vintage goodies that aren't all eleventy billion pounds. I want them. I want them all.
Is there a finer thing in the world of cooking than melted chocolate? Once you've got chocolate bubbling away on the hob (never microwave, it'll burn and you'll be mad), you know you're making something amazing. I know it's not Easter, but imagine if I didn't show you this Easter egg mould and then someone else bought it and then you just had Easter eggs from Asda. That would be very sad indeed.
If you want this silver-plated cocktail shaker, you're going to have to beat Nick to it. It's only £50 - some of the shakers from John Lewis are pricier than that.
You have absolutely no need for a vintage key. I know that. You still want it, don't you? It's £6. I've seen them priced online for £20.
I live in South London, I have no need for East London signs, but this reclaimed Brick Lane sign is very cool (the Hoxton Square sign less so, obviously), and £80 doesn't seem all that pricey.
Bottle Green Homes is a cute site, but I'm going to be skipping their new stuff and lurking about their vintage section.