For something a bit different to go alongside your greenery, check out the Audrey Hepburn and Jimi Hendrix flower pot holders by Donkey.
Back in 2006 (yes, we really have been doing this for that amount of time) we featured the classic Isokon Penguin Donkey from the 1930s and later, the Penguin Donkey 2 by Ernest Race for Isokon Plus, which was an update in 1963. Now the design has been updated once more, with the Embrace storage unit by John Green.
The biggest problem we can see with the Savon Lego-style soap set by Donkey is that you'll be scared of actually using it.
Fiona Hewitt is the illustrator behind the Dumpling Dynasty whose kitsch kits are for sale throughout the UK (we featured their shoe shine kit early last year). The Boxbird store also has a selection of her prints online, including the Pop print shown above.
The giclee print, a fake advert for a sickly looking pink drink, features an overly cute boy and his loyal donkey and shows her usual beguiling mix of influences: everything from Chinese communist propaganda alongside advertising and packaging from the 40s and 50s. If you decide this look works for you, this particular print costs £200.
Buy it online