Here are some photos (many in fact!) of our recent trip to London. I managed to get all my work done at the workshop so we had plenty of time to enjoy ourselves and celebrate both our birthdays, plus Mother's Day too! We went to some favourite places in London...
then Lambs Conduit street...
Exmouth Market is a small cobbled road near our workshop that has an amazing kids playground next to it and a nice park. In the summer there are plenty of amazing food stalls on the street and it gets really lively in the evenings.
the Littlun did get a bit difficult due to being tired but she was alright in the carrier.
We also went to Clifton Nurseries, where there is a lovely cafe and beautiful daffodils everywhere.
I loved these flowers in hanging bottles...
after a walk around the canal, we drove over to Holland Park to visit Cross Shop
They have some really inspiring kids toys ; )
...and Portobello and Golbourne Road
I bought this bit of net curtain and Nao bought 10 meters of unused vintage Swiss waterproof canvas for his projects.
On Saturday (Nao's birthday) we very happily discovered that there was a Classic Car Boot sale on the South Bank (right next to the London Eye) so we drove straight there and luckily we were allowed to park outside the event with the other show vehicles in our Morris Traveler!
We really enjoyed the car boot...and found so many treasures!
I loved these cushions made from recycled fabric and tea towels. We bought a gold fish and a pike cushion.
...after that we went to Mayfair to visit the New Craftsmen Shop (which is quite misleading because there seemed to be only ladies working there!).
It is an amazing place, where one lady had brought a bit of her workshop into the shop and was carving some sculptures right there!
we bought a monster's toothbrush ; )
If I was to design a school (which I have done many times in my head!) it would be just like this cafe!
There are lots of uber fancy shops in Peckham now, such beautiful grocers shops and cafes and vintage shops.
and our very old favourite place to eat...
and then it was time to go and catch the ferry home.
Here are some of our pressies that we collected ; )
our fish cushions from Handmade To Measure, who we met at the classic car boot.
and our new dog (until we decide whether to get a real dog) 'Farringdon' the Schnauzer.
I got back home to find these lovely birthday flowers from my friend, they are Scilly Isles Narcissi, and smell amazing!
back to normality, phew.