Month: December 2015

The New Frilly: Don’t Dilly Dally!

IMG_5874Our new hand crafted, hand painted ‘Frilly’ jugs have just arrived from our favourite pottery in South Africa and they’re selling fast. We thought they’d make good  pressies this Christmas and you seem to think so too!  They’re perfect for your milk or winter warming custard. Or why not use as a vase:  they look so pretty filled with festive flowers on your breakfast table too. Each jug is unique and there’s lots of colours to choose from.

Available now at http://www.ibbidirect.co.uk £26.00 plus p&pIMG_5887

 

 

 

Beautiful Bowls: Brought To You From Senegal

Attachment-1-5In the republic of Senegal on the West African coast, communities are becoming increasingly creative when it comes to matters of recycling. Orange peel is used to create perfume. Cola, coffee and beer cans are used to create a whole host of home accessories including mirrors and ashtrays. And apparently there are even dancers just over the border in Mali who make costumes from them. Metals are constantly being recrafted in so many beautiful ways and at ibbi right now we are thrilled to be able to bring you a fabulous new collection of metal bowls from Senegal, made from creatively recycled oil drums. These highly polished beauties come in a vast range of gorgeous colours and each one is unique. Seriously, no two bowls are the same. We think they look wonderful on coffee tables and in hallways, piled high with Christmas pine cones, walnuts or delicious tangerines and they make perfect presents if you are looking for something slightly different. We hope you like them too.

Available now in many different colours at http://www.ibbidirect.co.uk £34 each plus p&p Attachment-1-3