As I was doing a google search for white enamel containers, I came across this lovely British shop called, "Labour and Wait" everything in their shop is perfect --- with simple and lovely timeless classic pieces.
Paint brush holder = genius!
Is it wrong to love all the old staplers, pencil sharpeners, slates, etc? :-) Thank you so much for posting this link to the shop!
The paint brush holder is so darling! Actually, everything in this shop is darling. Thanks for sharing!
Their website was the tidiest website I have ever seen. I felt like I needed to straiten my hair and re-align my shirt as I sat and browsed. I really liked their white enameled soap dish, oh, and much much more.
In love with the teapot! Super cute! I love tea time :-)
One of my favourite sites this :)
This is one of my favourite online shops.
oooo... so perfect! thanks so much for sharing!xo katherine aka. urban flea :)http://www.urbanfleadesign.net
One of each please!p.s. these are so you
Awesome...love the postcards!
very cool! love the paint brush holder.
wow, those postcards are the best! as is their entire shop. now, if only they'd start shipping to the u.s.!
Thanks for letting me know about this shop. Right round the corner so I have no excuse not to check it out :)
I've only just found your site and as luck would have it you've posted one of my favourite shops. I was given Christmas presents from here and love them all - lasagne dish, butter dish, opinel knife, postcards. I thoroughly recommend visiting them if you are in London.
Oh dear, well designed, beautiful home wares make me week in the knees, good thing I am sitting down.
I love Labour and Wait. That paint brush holder is too smart.
I love those little measuring spoons!
oooh love everything here! such pretty picks!
love this shop so much! everything is paired down to its simplest and rawest form. so refreshing.
Thanks to you I discovered tihs store, went to london this past weekend looking forward to visting it but Labour and wait was too far away from my hotel. Having given up the idea I went to Spitalfields on sunday and then turned right to Brick lane where surprisingly I bumped into the store! It's small but lovely. told the man by the counter the story and about your blog ;-)XO, Puri (Spain)
oooh, I'll have to stock up.
Isn't it a beautiful store! I was trying to remember the name of it only this week, so thanks for posting about it.I love those industrial looking mortar and pestles.
.. I can hear my comment and compliments echoing in the void...
I really appreciate your thoughts and ideas, thanks for reading!