Biscuits are a sure fire way to cheer up a dull day but this retro radio biscuit tin from BHS makes them even more appealing.
The set is sold exclusively in Selfridges and consists of a branded wooden crate, containing replicas of four different early cola bottles dating from 1899 to 1916 and showing the evolution of their distinctive bottle. The set includes their first bottle style, the Hutchinson, which is also available individually.
The box set costs £39.99, or you can buy a single Hutchinson style bottle for £1.99.
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If you are Scottish and of a certain age, you are likely to recognise the design Gillian Kyle has used on her new bag, featuring the packaging for the Creamola Foam drink.
For those less in the know, Creamola foam was a soft drink manufactured, as it says on the bag, in the form of soluble crystals. It was made in Glasgow and sold from the fifties until 1998 when Nestlé ceased production of the drink. If you're eager to try some, there's apparently now an independent company who manufacture a similar drink but until you track them down, this bag is a tasty substitute. The charming packaging of the crystals has been foil printed in fuchsia onto a plain cotton tote.
If you've got a sweet tooth for all things Scottish, Kyle was the artist behind the Tunnock's Tea Cake tote bag we featured a little while back.
You can get the back for £17.50.
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If you believe you are what you eat, how about extending this motto to the rest of your home? Should you want to, the Kit wallpaper from Studio Nommo allows you to cover your walls with retro-style illustrations of packaging and create a Pop Art food fantasy look that surely even Warhol would be proud of.
The paper is based on a design by Andreas Samuelsson and features everything from boxes of Ritz crackers to Nintendo NES controllers. The design is fun and unusual but, even in this otherwise minimal marketing room shot, looks pretty full on!
If you're brave enough to want to try this look out, the paper costs 130 Euros a roll.
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It's the return of the bottle that launched a million model rocket ships with the aim of marking the 50th anniversary of Fairy Liquid.
Yes, for a limited period, Fairy are selling their washing-up liquid in the white bottle with green lettering that everyone remembers from growing up.
Shoppers in Morrisons may have spotted it already and it's soon also to be on the shelves at Tesco, Sainsburys and Asda, offering the perfect opportunity to bottle a bit of your childhood.
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Lovers of a particular brand of French fromage may remember the Camembert cheese clock from way back. More cheesy designs available here with the Camembert cheese plates.
The set draws on the archives of Camembert and their history of distinctive labels and adverts. The designs look like they've come from various periods with my favourite being the art nouveau influenced label shown at the bottom.
The designs are printed onto porcelain and, measuring just over 20cm across, you'll be pleased to hear they can hold a lot of cheese! A set of four costs £22.95.
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