Wednesday 22 November 2017

Introducing; Ulster Weavers

It has been far too long since I had a new and exciting brand on my Introducing pages, and I am excited to get back into the swing of things thanks to Ulster Weavers. When an email arrived linking to their latest collaboration with Clarissa Hulse, I was immediately drawn to the prints and colours incorporated and I just had to share some top picks from the site. Based in Northern Ireland, and having been on the go since 1880, the company history lies in spinning, weaving and bleaching the linen which Ulster has become famous for. Since then they have taken these skills and expertise to create expansive kitchen textile lines that are absolutely beautiful. Their quality is not to be messed with either considering they hold a royal warrant for supplying kitchen textiles to Queen Elizabeth since 1995- that is quite the claim to fame!

The ranges reach far from the kitchen nowadays and include home accessories like throws and coasters right the way to bags such as the stunning toiletry bags I received to try out. I am such a big oilcloth fan for any item as I am essentially one messy pup especially when it comes to my make up, so this duo of bags are ideal for me! Clarissa Hulse has used a stunning botanical print and utilized it in 3 bold colourways that I struggled to choose between. The bags are in a small cosmetic bag and a larger wash bag and they make a beautiful set that will with stand a lot of carrying around.

There are so many pretty collections on the site but one of the first items that has stolen my heart is the layered leave tote in the darker colours  I don't want to sound dramatic but  I am deeply in love!! I am cursing my maternity leave spending ban right now, but this has moved right to the top of the dream list. Also I can't be the only one who swoons at a decent tea towel and how gorgeous are the Clarissa Hulse set? Look at that hot pink!!

There is pretty much something for everyone from adorable cat/dog and elephant prints to rich morrocan tile patterns and even stunningly bold Designers Guild floral prints that are right up my street. Throw in the seasalt stripes collection and this insanely cute elephant childs apron, and I am pretty much Ulster Weavers biggest fan right now!!

Well worth checking out their vast range of wares for Christmas shopping this year, you wont be disappointed.

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