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Website of the Week – Lily and Lime

Lily and Lime is the brainchild of busy working mother Kirsten Bridge.  Fed up with the eternal dilemma of selecting the perfect gift she decided to compile her own website of specially selected, stylish and unusual gifts for him, her and the home.

We particularly love the generously dimensioned ripple china mugs.  Gorgeous to hold and to look at.  And how sweet is that jug?

And what about this vintage feel canvas…

or these felted wool cushions?

So forget the crowds, the hassle of parking and the stress of shopping in your lunch hour.  Instead, put on you comfy slippers, pour the wine and browse to your heart’s content.   And don’t forget to treat yourself while you’re at it.  You have our permission.

Lily and Lime

Author bio

Carole King is joint Editor-in-chief of Heart Home magazine. She is a London based Interior Decorator and an Associate Member of the BIID. She started Dear Designer's Blog as a way to document all the things that she finds inspirational and hopefully to inspire others. You can follow her on Twitter @DearDesigners. Read more posts by .

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Comments (3)

  1. NEW blog post: Website of the Week – Lily and Lime http://t.co/qloTJUoX #dbcollective

  2. Between a winter wedding and Christmas, this is perfect timing! Everything looks lovely. I already have my eye on a few things ;)

  3. Great idea and lovely items, particularly love those cushions. I’m off to check out the rest now!

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