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    The Colours of the Rainbow

    The Colours of the Rainbow

    In recent times the rainbow, which is often seen as a symbol of hope, has become ever more popular after many of us started putting them up in our windows. From now on, we won't just associate it with hope, but with the pandemic, and the hard work that the NHS did through it all.

    So perhaps you too, are a fellow rainbow lover who now attaches even more meaning to it. Or maybe you know an NHS hero who's birthday is coming up, or you're just getting your Christmas shopping done early. Whatever it might be, these goodies are all bursting with colour and would all make wonderful gifts, or just a gorgeous little treat for yourself.

    First of all, the newest colourful products that have brightened up our store have got to be the beautiful Bombay Duck cushions and doormat. We adore the pompom detailing and vivid colours of these goodies, and think that they would make for brilliant house warming presents.

    The other newest goodies are actually Christmas decorations. The glass bauble flew out in super speed last year, so we were sure to get them in again this year along with some of these other lovely rainbow decorations.

    Our card selection is always looking colourful, there's no doubt about that. But these are a few of our favourites for various different occasions. A vibrant card through in the post box is one of the easiest ways to brighten up someone's day.

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    Finally, two of our favourite displays in the shop are the Chilly's bottles and Hinza bags, because each one is always filled with the colours of the rainbow looking bright and beautiful. The best bit is when we get a fresh delivery of them and can stack it all up so it's bursting with colours. The Asta Barrington trays are another good example of this, their trays are a great way to freshen up the home.

    Fall Into Autumn

    Fall Into Autumn

    The trees are turning, the nights are drawing in, Autumn is making it's mark and October has officially arrived. We know, we can't quite believe it either. Where did the summer go?!

    But there are so many perks of the colder seasons coming in. Cosy jumpers, the many hot drinks and hot desserts like mulled cider and apple crumble, wrapped up walks in crunchy leaves, and of course the various celebrations that take place. So in this blog post, we're getting stuck into the spirit of Autumn with all of these gorgeous goodies from Emma Bridgewater, who always know how to do it.

    Autumn Crocuses, the great Oak tree range and the Into The Woods range are all perfect for autumn. We particularly love those gorgeous golden orange colours on the Into The Woods mugs with creatures that you can spot on your autumn walks amongst the fallen leaves.

    We recently had a harvest moon, and of course there's a mug for that. Plus the village fireworks mug which is an ode to Bonfire night and the 5th of November. Aren't they lovely?

    Then there's one of the first events of the colder seasons, Halloween. The themed products around this celebration are always fun and this year did not disappoint. Us Daisy Parkers have each got a set of our own that we're using non-stop in the run up to the 31st!

    Despite summer coming to an end, there are many joys that come with the colder season, and looking at these treats makes us feel really quite excited, so we hope the same happens for you.

    Bright New Gorgeousness

    Bright New Gorgeousness

    With Autumn slowly creeping it's way in some of us might be feeling apprehensive about the new season starting and summer ending. We're sure we're not the only ones asking where it all went?

    We love the colder months and all that comes with them here at Daisy Park, but we'll definitely miss the summer whilst it's gone. What we need is something bright and beautiful that will remind us of summer all year round. Something like cushions to bring colour to the sofa, or see as soon as you walk through the door. Something like new goodies from Bombay Duck!

    These new cushions are simply gorgeous, don't you think? Bright colours, flamboyant pom-poms and intricate stitching details all over they really are happiness in the form of homeware. They've certainly helped to refresh the shop a bit so we're sure they'll be bound to bring some sunshine back into your home, too.

    The rainbow doormat is another new favourite of ours. As it's one of the first things you see when you visit someone's home, this fabulous piece would be sure to provide an uplifting, happy vibe. This would make for a great housewarming present if you want to move away from the more traditional gifts like candles or mugs. It's not always something we might think of to buy for our homes, so treating someone to one like this will be the gift they didn't know they needed.

    So whether it's a gift for someone special, or a treat for yourself, these hand-worked, 100% cotton cushions will be sure to bring personality to your home for years to come.

    New Emma Bridgewater Autumn!

    New Emma Bridgewater Autumn!

    The days are getting cooler and the leaves on trees are beginning to change colour...

    As summer is drawing to a close and Autumn creeps in, this can mean only one thing. A new collection from Emma Bridgwater of course! This one is as gorgeous as ever, and features green leaves of the great Oak tree. We think the pieces in this range would be perfect for hosting friends or family for a cosy evening in with a roast dinner or cottage pie, or any autumnal meal that takes your fancy. You could match it with the In the Woods ranges, or perhaps the Apples design from the Veg Garden range.

    Then there's the Halloween collections. These include a fabulously bewitching Magic & Spells orange coloured range, creepy crawlies, the popular Trick or Treat cobweb design from last year, and a few others that will be perfect to use in the month of terrific terror. You might already have the treat buckets that have been hugely popular this year, along with some of the glorious napkins that would complete a scarily good table spread for a Halloween feast for all.

    After a not-so hot summer, we're feeling surprisingly quite ready to embrace Autumn here at Daisy Park. Just think of all the delights that come with it: crunchy leaves, hot apple crumbles, pumpkin carving and sparklers around fires, there's a lot to look forward to.

    Get Buzzing over Insect Goodies

    Get Buzzing over Insect Goodies

    Whether you're fascinated by them or terrified of them, bugs and insects can be found wherever you go. But, as the little creepy crawlers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, their unique patterns and colours can make for some great inspiration for homeware, don't you think?

    So perhaps letting these glorious goodies come buzzing into your home wouldn't be such a bad thing..

    From Emma Bridgewater and Gisela Graham to Frugi and East of India, there are lots of brands in Daisy Park that feature pretty little creatures. Most common is of course the incredibly popular Bumblebee, which we are all for because they are undeniably cute.

    We're also loving the Emma Bridgewater butterflies and bugs range. The Chilly's bottle in this design is a personal favourite of ours, as but there are lots of gorgeous butterfly designs from other brands too. Such as the Eco Chic bags and coffee cups, and even some of the Djeco kids toys.

    PICS: Eco Chic butterflies, kids stuff?

    Even East of India can bring some bugs life into their products. These bits make for some lovely gifts if you know anyone who loves bees or butterflies, aren't they just the cutest?

    So if you or someone you care about has a love for all things insects, then perhaps some of these goodies will be something for you or them to get buzzing with excitement over. Normally we might try to get these creatures out of our homes, but these ones we might just have to let live here for a while..