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WIN a £100 Voucher to spend at Thought

We've teamed up with Thought to give you the chance of winning a £100 voucher to spend on their AW17 collections. 

Considered, contemporary style is what Thought do best. They craft timeless clothing from natural, sustainable yarns. They hand-sketch their artisanal prints in-house. And they return to nature for inspiration time and again.

Thought believe in easy-to-wear clothes. They use natural fabrics; like bamboo, hemp and organic cotton. Sustainable and organic clothing is important to them. Because they want to create fashion that fits your lifestyle.

The competition is open from Monday 23rd October until midnight on Sunday 29th October. Simply enter below and cross your fingers!

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Beauty, Bicycle Baskets and Ferris Bueller - Meet Xanthe B!

 Londoner Xanthe Berkeley caught our eye on Instagram some time ago. She’s a filmmaker and photographer with a thing for bold colour, the great outdoors, and pedalling around London on her famous yellow bike. We fell head over heels for the beautiful way she captures everyday moments: it speaks to our own appreciation for the art of slow living. And when Xanthe (pronounced Zan-thee) started using our APANA woven bicycle basket on her travels we fell in love a little bit more. Here are some snippets from a long overdue catchup…

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The Basket Room x Living Pattern Giveaway

The Basket Room x Living Pattern Giveaway

We are really excited to be partnering with Living Pattern to give you the chance of winning one of their Monstera Pattern Study Prints and one of our Mimea, Colour Block Baskets.

If you've not already scrolled through Living Pattern's beautiful Instagram feed, then you are certainly missing out! Jenny Kiker is a botanical artist and has grown Living Pattern as a way to connect herself and her audience to the still delicateness of nature and to themselves. 

Jenny's creative process starts with a combination of drawing from observation and imagination. She lets the subject inform where the line wants to go and how it wants to feel. Colour is the emotion in her work. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as colour would in nature. The collections include original, framed prints, specie prints and pattern studies. 

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 Giveaway Prize - Monstera Pattern Study Print and Mimea Basket 

For your chance to win Living Pattern's Monstera Pattern Study Print and our Mimea Green Colour Block basket, enter below! You can enter up to six times and the giveaway is open to UK and International entrants and closes on 18th April. We will contact the winner on 19th April, Good Luck!  a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Our Monthly Styling Comp - Your Chance to Win a £75 Voucher!

Share your baskets for a chance to win £75 in our monthly styling competition, My Basket Room.

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Share your baskets & get voting!

Have you bought a basket, a bag or even a bike basket from us? If so, we want your interior & fashion styling photos for our monthly competition #mybasketroom
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Former Style Editor of Ideal Home Magazine guest judges #mybasketroom

Last month we launched #mybasketroom and invited Alice Humphrys, a freelance interiors and lifestyle writer as the guest judge. Alice is the former Style Editor at Ideal Home magazine and editor of Home Shopping Spy Blog (where she featured The Basket Room back in November 2014).

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Share Your Basket Style with #mybasketroom

Showcase a product from The Basket Room in your interior or fashion styling shoot, SHARE it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using #mybasketroom. 

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WIN Tickets To The Country Living Spring Fair

Country Living Spring Fair London

The Country Living Spring Fair in London is a great way to spend a day shopping with your friends, mum, daughter, dad, son, brother! All under one roof at The Business Design Centre, you can explore the many artists and brands, have tea, sip champagne and get involved with the workshops and talks.

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