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Top gift choices at Top Drawer

A super-stylish trade show for the worlds of Home, Gift, Fashion and Craft, Top Drawer is a must-visit for retailers keen to explore the latest ideas from leading lifestyle brands. And we’ll be there in January 2018, with our top picks from our collections of gorgeous gardening giftware.
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Top gift choices at Top Drawer
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Top gift choices at Top Drawer

We’re looking forward to starting the New Year in great style, as we’ll be at Top Drawer at London’s Olympia, 14-16 January 2018.

A super-stylish trade show for the complementary worlds of Home, Gift, Fashion and Craft, Top Drawer is a must-visit for retailers keen to explore the latest ideas from leading lifestyle brands. And we’re delighted to be there, with our top picks from our collections of gorgeous gardening giftware.

You’ll find us on Stand H49 in the Gift area, and we’re working hard to make sure our stand is ahead in the style stakes at this very smart show. It’ll be the perfect place to unveil our beautiful new gift ranges, as well as showcase new inspiration in best-selling existing collections.

Garden SuppliesVisitors will be able to see our new Garden Supplies range of gifts, sundries and storage ideas for gardeners. Beautifully moulded for a smooth, seamless look with curves in all the right places, Garden Supplies also features touches of natural materials like real leather handles and FSC beech wooden lids. Hand-crafted typography adds a very on-trend, contemporary touch to the very premium look.

Also on show will be lot of beautiful new additions to the Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball collection of gifts and accessories for garden and home. Sophie’s style might be described as a fresh take on the classic country house look, and we think these lovely new ideas hit the mark perfectly. There’s a gorgeous garden clock and an outdoor thermometer, beautiful hand-woven wire harvesting baskets, adorable apple bird feeders, as well as beautiful accessories in a timeless blue stripe heavyweight ticking fabric – a country house classic.Sophie Conran for Burgon & Ball

Plus, of course, we’ll have our fabulous indoor pots at the show. Already a hot favourite with many gardening bloggers and receiving much love on social media, our indoor pots are just the thing for the growing trend for houseplants. Our hanging pots have even featured on Ideal Home magazine’s shopping list. Houseplants have truly come in from the cold, and are the hottest style statement around. Stylish plants, of course, need stylish pots, and our indoor are some of the loveliest around.

We also have great ideas for gifts for youngsters, with our colourful Buzz and Dotty insect-themed Kneelo® kneelers, and for pet lovers, with adorable new additions to the best-selling Creaturewares range of homewares.

So if you want to keep your finger on the pulse of the latest lifestyle looks, come along to Top Drawer this January. And for the latest inspiration in gardening gifts, make sure you visit us on Stand H49 in the Gift zone – we’ll be delighted to see you!

Our hanging pots have been featured by Ideal Home magazine

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