It's hard to imagine cosying up with a piece of Brutalist architecture. But Custhom have been able to transform those distinctively hard lines into their very desirable Hayward textile range.
If anything gets you searching for the rolling pin it will be this Betty songbird apron.
We've featured the distinctive patterns of the London Transport Museum's Moquette furniture range before. If you can't get enough of these designs they're also available on a range of homewares, including this Moquette pattern apron.
The pattern dates from the 1970s and, if you haven't recognised it yet, is better known for adorning tube and bus seats around the capital. As well as the apron, it's also available on oven gloves, tea towels and ironing covers. Definitely a distinctive pattern but whether being constantly reminded of your commute is a good thing, I'm not so sure.
The Apron costs £10.99 with the prices for the rest of the products starting at £7 for the tea towel.
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