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Utility shop, Brighton

Utility teatowels

If you like simple, retro-inspired goods that do what they are meant to, then Utility in Brighton may be your ideal shop. 

It's named after the Second World War scheme that produced everyday products under rationing and their aim is to stock no frills, hard wearing goods from all eras. These include some products that are made in-house such as the 1940s inspired linen and cotton tea towels pictured above which cost £9.50 to £10. They also source a wide range of products encompassing hardware and other household goods, as well as a selection of second hand homeware. 

At the moment their web shop isn't up and running but you can browse the website and order anything you'd like via phone, email or the old fashioned way of popping into the shop. 

Utility is found on North Road Brighton or online here.

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