With Movember currently in full swing for many charitable males right now, we thought it was the perfect time to show the Moustache doormat by John Caswell.
Show your appreciation for the mo' with this frightfully dapper Brass Muse Bottle Opener from Jonathan Adler. As part of a new range of brass acoutrements designed to age gracefully, the bottle opener handle is a hand-cast brass curly moustache that is bound to add a touch of the debonair to your dinner table. There are other moustachioed goodies available on the site to match, including salt & pepper shakers & a vase.
The Brass Muse Bottle Opener is $98 from the Jonathan Adler website.
As any vintage devotee knows only too well, it isn't just the ladies that spend hours primping & preening themselves. Perfect quiffs and marvellous moustaches don't just happen by themselves.
Bring a touch of the barbershop to your home with these porcelain Menswear trays from West Elm. Available in 4 different designs and 2 sizes, the trays feature vintage sketches of essential men's grooming tools. A stylish bathroom accessory for every sartorially minded chap.
£3.95 each from West Elm. See the website for more details.
Many of you will know that it's currently Movember, a month-long charity event when moustaches are grown for charity. Well, if you can't grow a moustache, you can get one in a different way – with the Mo'Lectrics moustache light switch covers.
Oh yes, it's also a money spinner for the charity too, with 50 per cent of profits through November going to Movember, reason enough to buy. But there's another reason too – these covers feature vintage-style moustaches in a selection of colours, looking more than a little eye-catching in your home.
They retail for £2.95 or you can get a set of all nine (pictured above) for £23.
This type of facial hair alwayst calls to mind Salvador Dali and the idea of moustaches floating like cloud seems quite surreal too. The print measurres 8 by 10 and is available in a multi-coloured version (as pictured here) or with all black moustaches.
The print costs $20 (around £13) from MursBlanc’s Etsy store.