25 April 2018

House update/Old English Company homeware review

The last few months have flown by (hence the lack of blog posts). Since my last post we’ve been busy decorating, unpacking and making way too many trips to IKEA/Homesense/Next in search of lovely homeware in the mission to make our house a home. 

I’m very pleased with how the house is coming together (it seems all those pre-homeowner months of trawling through Pinterest for inspiration paid off). If you fancy having a nosey I’ve shared a few snippets of the house/homeware over on my Instagram.

Speaking of homeware the lovely people at Old English Company kindly got in touch and asked if I would be interested in picking out some of their products to try. After stumbling across lots of lovely things on their website, I of course said yes. 

The first items I picked out were the everything in pyjamas enamel mug* and the go get ‘em tiger enamel mug, which will be used on walks, picnics and for drinking tea in the garden now the weather is finally starting to get warmer. In our house we get through tea towels like there's no tommorow (due to my boyfriends love of cooking and my constant tidying) so I also picked out a herbs and spices tea towel*

Old English Company

The final couple of items were picked out by my boyfriend. The first item that he picked out was the butcher cuts pig board*, which we've used for serving our Sunday roast but would also be good to use for serving tapas or cheeses. He also picked out the matching butcher cuts tea towel*, like I said we can never have enough tea towels!

Old English Company

I'm very impressed with the quality of all the products that I picked out, both the enamel mugs and the board have handwashed really well (with no sign of the print coming off anytime soon). The tea towels are functional and look great hanging in the kitchen, I'd definitely recommend.

Thank you for reading,

*This product was very kindly sent to me for review consideration. This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own. You can read my full disclaimer policy here.
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