Love the tea maker. I am always too lazy to fiddle around with a sieve and the wet tea leaves. This could be the solution.
I've never seen this before... it looks like something I'd love!
Yes this looks like something I would love!
Ooooh, that's *brilliant*! I want one too!!
Oooh this is absolutely beautiful. It's the sort of thing that belongs in an urban kitchen, though, I think - and certainly one without kids. I must check into your other blog to see how your flat project is going, too - any joy? Many thanks indeed for commenting on this too too solid flesh - poor old Wasteline is feeling a tad fed up about having to lose weight for someone else's wedding in the bleak mid winter. Hopefully some support from the blogging community will encourage her in her rather gloomy enterprise! Fran xxxx
Hi MM- the beauty is it makes tea and coffee- well I think... Hi Daily- I hadn't either until the Design Museum e-mailed me a Christmas present ideas list- so far I have only thought of presents for myself...Hi Savoir- good I'm glad. I don't have one so I can't say whether it's as good as it looks or not. It would look very cool in the kitchen whatever though!Hi Skirmish- well if you've been a very good girl perhaps santa will get you one- although santa might have to had a bumper yearHi Cassandra- lovely to see you. A Home of One's Own has been rather abandoned I'm afraid. I'm enjoying my rented flat at the moment and it takes time and the patience of a saint to flat hunt as I'm sure you know. Hopefully in the new year it'll be back on track- thanks for asking. I liked Wasteline's blog- it's fun- and oh I know how she feels. The horror of the wedding photo's that will exist for all eternity. Brrrr.
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