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December 04, 2019
This Christmas our theme was 'Winter Woodland' inspired by our new 'Garden Tiger Moth' textile range. think silver birch trees, furry animals and lots and lots of snow! Creative co-founder Amy whipped up some beautiful block printed teepees to house our fluffy friends and painted a magical woodland scene across the store windows.
Window dressing is a wasteful industry, props are often created using plastic, MDF board and vinyls. These are often discarded after several weeks use, ending up in landfill or staff sample sales. As an ethically minded business, we knew that there would be no window vinyls or plastic baubles in our windows. Instead we opted for sustainable alternatives such as;
Alongside our beautifully designed and sourced products of course.
We encourage you to come and visit our stores in London and Margate to see the festive display for yourself. Children will love looking for the hungry squirrels and flying owls. Here you can find our store opening hours for Margate and London, we recommend coming after dusk to see the lights twinkling in all their glory. If you're in London, why not visit us for Christmas Wednesdays? Every Wednesday evening in the run up to Christmas, Columbia road stores open late with carols, mulled wine and festive shopping.
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We know there’s a lot going on at the moment and everyone feels a little lost in all the uncertainty. With the situation and guidance changing every day, we - as a small business - have a lot to think about, including how we can continue to provide our services for our customers and our artisans.
As a sustainable business, we try our best to be as transparent as possible, especially concerning our supply chain. We know all of our artisans personally and have spent a long time forging friendships and working relationships together. Many of our small scale producers rely on our trade as their main source of income, shopping small has a direct impact on these communities. The same can be said for all small businesses, buying their products or using their services has a direct impact on the owners, their families and the groups of people that they work with.