Come and say Hi at House & Garden Festival

by Andy Youings June 19, 2017

Come and say Hi at House  & Garden Festival

With the warmer weather looking like it’s here to stay and the House & Garden festival kicking off this week, it’s safe to say we’re really getting into the summer spirit. Hosted at Olympia, the House & Garden festival is a four-day event offering visitors a wondrous and eclectic treasure trove of 550 beautiful garden, interior and lifestyle brands to explore and shop. The event runs from 21-24 June. Not only will it be the first public outing for our brand new FlipFlop pocket notebooks, but it’s also our first big London show, so we’re very excited! And what better place to be showing stationery that’s designed and made right here in the UK, than our glorious capital?

What’s more, especially for the show, we will be offering a FREE GIFT for anyone purchasing more than £22 worth of our products. Customers will have the choice between our beautiful pencil set or a four pack of Love Notes postcards. All designed and made in the UK.

See our stationery collection at House & Garden Festival

If you’re planning a visit to the event (and why wouldn’t you), our products are a great and unique gift for friends and family; or even yourself…especially if you appreciate beautiful products made with a really passion for design and attention to detail. The festival itself is made up of three events; Grow London, Spirit of Summer Fair and The HOUSE Fair.

Grow London

If you looking to take this year’s home improvement projects outside, you will want to stop at this area of the festival. Here you will find everything from garden design and beautiful outdoor furniture, to fantastic sculptures, plants, flowers, pots, accessories and tools.

Spirit of Summer

This is where you will find us, among many other lifestyle products and special pieces that you don’t just find on the high street. Find your next favourite summer accessories, fashion, jewellery, stationery and children’s clothing, as well as original gifts and a collection of the country’s finest artisan food & drink producers.

The HOUSE Fair

If you’re looking for some home interior inspiration, you might want to take a look here too. This area is full of interior products to cater to many different styles and budgets for furniture, fabrics, cushions, bespoke lampshades, rugs, beautiful prints and ceramics, lighting, wallpapers and paints and accessories.

  

Last minute gift shopping, re-designing your garden, or simply looking to discover new lifestyle products, food and gifts, there is something for everyone. What better way to start using your new Say Nice Things stationery than to take notes of all your favourite products, food and drinks you’ve discovered at the event!

Where to find us

We are thrilled to have the opportunity to speak to our fellow stationery addicts as your feedback helps us understand what our future products could be. Head to Stand J37 at the House & Garden festival 2017 to meet our stationery experts and be introduced to our beautiful range of stationery, all designed and made in the UK.

 

We can’t wait to meet you!

If you’d like to discover more information about the event and book your tickets click here




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