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Review: Garden Trading






One of the things I love most about blogging is the element of sharing, and finding, all the wonderful little nooks of the interweb that we would otherwise not have known about.  I love it when bloggers feature shops or lists of links and you can excitedly fill up your bookmarks folders (yes I am that organised) with new recipes to cook, articles to read or pretty things to buy.  The website I am featuring today is firmly in that last category.  I came across Garden Trading when they contacted me to ask if I'd like to feature them on my blog.  I'm sure we'd all admit that we get requests like this from various companies, some of which you decline because they simply don't fit and some of which you wonder how you didn't know about the site before!

The great thing about Garden Trading (besides the utterly beautiful product photography) is that there's a range of things from bargainous little stocking fillers to bookmark-aspirationally-because-one-day-I'd-like-to-live-a-life-that-involves-an-apple-store type items.  It is basically an ingredients list for my perfect life - lanterns, seed tins, apple pickers, enamel kitchenware and log baskets, ah, I dream!

I've put together a little list of my favourite things from the site.  Links to the products are below the collage.


2. Flour shaker  - £10
3. Small mesh lantern -  £12.50
5. Lighthouse lantern - £12 
6. Glass jar votive - £4.50

Don't you just want to go and live in all of those photos? As I write this I have my cinnamon Christmas candle burning away, the radiator in the craft room on (along with a big cosy cardigan) and I am dreaming of Christmas holidays and wintertime - one thing's for sure, that there will be lots of Garden Trading items on the list I send to Santa Claus! (One year I might be a good enough girl for a wood burning stove, but for now I'll just set my sights on a log basket....)


* This is a sponsored post.  But  I genuinely LOVE this site.  Can you tell?

10 comments

  1. What cute things they sell! And don't worry, I organise my bookmarks as well ;). And I love the smell of cinnamon.

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  2. LOVE the bottle holder! I'm such a geek when it comes to jars and bottles...I know.

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  3. I'm especially enamoured with the rectangular cake stand and the enamel flour shaker, they'd brighten up my kitchen beautifully :-)

    Jem xXx

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  4. I love this about blogging too =) thanks for sharing! xx

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  5. I love Garden Trading. I've been lusting after one of their apple green compost bins for ages!! xx

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  6. Yes, they have some lovely things, Rosie. So what is on your Christmas list then????
    xx

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  7. you've got some lovely bits there x

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