The Vintage Butterfly Embroidered Cushion from the Natural History Museum shop was a tropical treasure in The People’s Love Sunday over the weekend. Add a touch of nature and charm to your living room this Spring with the beautiful butterfly print.
The beautiful butterfly notebooks from the Natural History Museum shop have flown into The People’s Love Sunday. The elegant vintage design and high quality paper inside make them the perfect journals!
Cambridge Magazine are loving the nature inspired tea towels from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition range at the Natural History Museum shop. Bring out your wild side after tea time and make washing up that little bit more fun!
The Wooden Owl Christmas Decoration from the Natural History Museum shop features as a festive favourite in the Sunday Mirror’s Notebook. Bring a touch of woodlands charm to your home this Christmas.
We are very happy to see Portfolio 25 from the Natural History Museum shop feature as a favourite photography book in Photo Plus. A fascinating collection of photographs featuring the 100 winning images from the competition, it is a beautiful gift and makes the perfect coffee table feature!
IN DEMAND: Oddly, some of the best ideas we had in 2012 came from the Science Musuem’s hop. They’re starting 2013 off with this party trick: put the mould full of water (and mint?) in the freezer and pop out four icy shot glasses. Drink up before it melts.
Wooden ride-on Vespa
Museum of London shop, one for the mini mod of your life
Science Museum Shop, What a bright idea – recycled light bulbs turned into vases.
Science Museum colour projection thermo clock
Idel for weekends lie-ins, this alarm clock projects the time on the wall or celling so you don’t have to move to see it. It even displays the temperature. Yep, way too cold out there….
Strictly for the birds
Theres something rather lovely about being able to look out the window and see birds feeding in the garden. Now theres a chance to get an even closer look at our feathered friends with this bird feeder, which has a double sided suction cup that allows you to attach it safely to a window. With a drainage hole to keep food dry and robust, see-through plastic design that can cope with extremes of temperature, it lets you get up clue and personal with garden life.