Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Design News

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Design News

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Byline: Katie Law

POP UP AND GET ORGANISED A GOOD IDEA ON A ROLL OLD TRUMAN BREWERY The former brewery complex in east London is holding a series of Christmas shopping events from tomorrow until 20 December, including markets, exhibitions, designer sales and a pop-up emporium. The Tea Rooms in Brick Lane sells a quirky mix of collectibles while Orla Kiely has pretty, foliage-strewn fabrics (pictured), mugs and bags. To get the lowdown, go to www.trumanbrewery.com and subscribe to the newsletter.

DIVERTIMENTI Expecting crowds this Christmas? If the thought of laundering all those linen napkins is turning you off, Mydrap is the answer.

They look and feel like the real thing and come in very smart white and cream and contempory colours but they are on a tear-off roll of 25 (cotton or cotton/linen mix napkins) in four sizes and 19 colours from [pounds sterling]10.50 a roll -- and can be washed up to four times. With every order of two rolls or more, Homes & Property readers will also receive a free copy of How to Shop: Sales and Bargains Guide for the Serious Shopper (the usual price is [pounds sterling]14.95). Mydrap napkins are available from Divertimenti stores and online at www.rolldrapuk.com EDITOR'S CHOICE GRAHAM AND GREEN This company's Floral Cut tealight holders and hurricanes have a delicate, white, lace-like layer of clear glass and cost [pounds sterling]26.75 for the large hurricane and [pounds sterling]2.70 for the small tealight.

To buy these and similar items from Graham and Green, visit www.homesandproperty.co.uk/editorschoice RETRO STYLE VERNER PANTON It may have been designed decades ago but this Verner Panton Pantop pendant light in bright pink looks bang-up-to-date and will make a major statement in any room in the house. It costs [pounds sterling]220 from Aram Store. See www.aram.co.uk LIGHT UP FOR LESS MAX INC Fans of retro, industrial and reconditioned furniture and lighting should visit Max Inc, a new shop in west London. …

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