We've told you all about our products in our Christmas Gift Guide but now it's time to tell you what is on our Christmas Wish List! We've chosen some beautiful pieces from our favourite brands and also included a Knicker Making Workshop...because surely that should be on everyone's Christmas list!
We are absolutely in love with Emma McDowall's colourful concrete creations. From vases to vessels to clocks each piece is unique in its colour, texture and design. We are a little obsessed with the Circle Clockwhich comes in a variety of colours.
PHOTO CREDIT - STUDIO EMMA
If you're looking for something a little different this year then Edinburgh based Mischke Lingerie'sKnicker Making Workshop should be top of your list. The class is 3 hours and you will walk away with a pair of pants made with your own fair hands!
PHOTO CREDIT - MISCHKE LINGERIE
Now we might have mentioned before how much we love Tom Pigeon's prints and our favourite trio is the Harbour Set. These linear prints with brass metallic foil will look great in any room. We have Harbour 1 but the plan is to complete the collection!
PHOTO CREDIT - TOM PIGEON
We absolutely adore Matthew Calvin's modern and minimalist jewellery. Over the years we have built up quite the collection of rings and earrings but we were really excited to see the new Meteorite Disc Earrings. This design is available in Sterling Silver, 18 Carat Rose and Gold Plated - Cat has the sterling silver on her wish list!
PHOTO CREDIT - MATTHEW CALVIN
You may have heard us mention Lucky Cloud before and our gift guide wouldn't be complete without us mentioning their new balancing skincare range. The new face oil and cleanser works absolute miracles on combination, oily + blemish-prone skin. To get you started they have a Mini Balancing Skincare Kit which contains the Cleansing Balm, Face Oil, Super Balm and Lip Butter all boxed up in a beautiful tin.
PHOTO CREDIT - LUCKY CLOUD
Rosie Sugden makes the most beautiful cashmere accessories, her range includes hats, gloves and luxurious bed socks. All of her pieces are made in Scotland where the yarn is also spun and dyed. We've got our eye on this gorgeous Coral Ear Warmer which is an absolute must to keep warm in the winter.
PHOTO CREDIT - ROSIE SUGDEN
Last but definitely not least we have another gift experience in Edinburgh. Anna Campbell of Jewellery School Scotland runs Silver Making Beginners Jewellery Class. You will learn how to work with the clay, texture it, make your own moulds and set a gemstone. You will leave the class with at least three pieces of jewellery and the knowledge to make your own designs at home.
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