Kitchen Chic

This Christmas I was spoilt rotten with gifts to make my kitchen pretty damn chic and cooking in it just heavenly…. 

Blue rimmed rustic bowls, tins and trays. Oven friendly and perfect for pies and puddings  – crispy burnt bits oozing over the sides. Available at Brixton Market from a lovely little stall just opposite MamaLan (a rather delicious dim sum spot) or online at Falcon.

Tie Dye goods! My favourite kind. Canvas bags, napkins and tea towels – make your own with old napkins or tea towels looking for a lease of new age life,  or scour Ebay, Amazon, Ikea and markets for some budget finds and get dipping and dying. 

If drinking wine makes you happy…
 Try drinking it from these bad boys – big red wine stained grins guaranteed.  
Cheer up and Chin Chin bottles by Fishs Eddy
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If your looking for a January treat to brighten up your Kitchen, check out my pick of the best below..

Mark making dessert plate – currently £7.95 on sale from Anthropologie 
‘Barrige llena corazion contento’ print – ‘A full stomach makes a happy heart’ Wise words from the fabulous Anek available from £19.05 plus shipping from Etsy
Designers Guild Sarille Aqua Tableware for beautiful white crockery with a splash of colour. Prices range from £7 – £29 available at John Lewis  (Top Tip: deliver for free to your local Waitrose and pick up your groceries in one stop!)
Simple lines – Lawren rectangular tablecloth currently £49.99 on sale from Zara Home
These tiny tiled and dotted bowls are perfect for filling with nibbles, dips or filled alongside your cooker and filed with Malden sea salt for sprinkling. Available in lots of colours and patterns £10 each from Anthropologie
I could spend forever and a day scouring Etsy for gems like these dip dyed wooden spoons. Order in time for spring salads and barbecues. By O Me o My at Etsy

Cups of tea from ombre mugs – £4 each by Royal Daulton available at John Lewis
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Go on.. treat yourself!