Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Rose & Ellis from Dunelm Mill


Dunelm Mill recently launched a new range of vintage inspired homeware called Rose & Ellis and they asked me if I'd like to review it.

Our kitchen has a red theme and so the Allexton collection fitted us perfectly. We chose the 12 piece dinner set, bunting, oven gloves and cake tin set, all of which came in at under £60. I did wonder if we actually needed any more china, but I'm so glad I went for it. It's much nicer in the flesh than in photos and compliments our existing white dinner set perfectly.

The oven gloves are beautiful, if a little thin (not sure I'd want to take a tray of bread out of the oven with them) and the bunting is a good length and very cute! However by far my favourite is the set of cake tins. They have a lovely high gloss finish which makes them look like they are far more expensive than the £5.99 they retail for (and that's for the pair) I think they'd be very well received as Christmas gifts and are particularly worth considering when it comes round to Secret Santa time (I know, but it's closer than you think!)


Overall I was very impressed. Rose & Ellis is bang on trend and with prices starting from £1.99 it's also very affordable. Lovers of shabby chic should also check out the Clarendon collection which is gorgeously girly, but sadly just wouldn't fit with our current decor...


>>>GIVEAWAY<<<

As I always try and share the love with review goodies, so I have decided to give away my set of Rose & Ellis bunting to one lucky person, all you need to do is leave me a comment telling me how you follow this blog (GFC, Bloglovin, etc.) Giveaway is open till 23:59 on Tuesday 15th October. You must have a UK (or BFPO) postal address to enter.

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13 comments:

  1. Love the bunting and the tins, the polka dotted one matches my tablecloth. Only too aware how close xmas is, have been making cards all afternoon. I follow with GFC, thanks for the chance to win.

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  2. The cake tins and bowls immediately caught my eye. Might see if they do this on the website as no Dunelm near me.

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  3. I love those tins! They're just gorgeous!!
    I follow with Bloglovin & GFC as Kim Carberry :) x

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  4. Beautiful! I follow through Bloglovin x

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  5. I love red for a kitchen - very festive and happy!! I follow you thru GFC and I live in the UK. Lucky you to have Dunelm contact you!

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  6. love the cheeriness of the red, really warm and fresh looking. I follow you through GFC and luckily enough I live in the the UK.

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  7. I'm definitely in the UK. I follow your blog with blog loving and I adore those bright shiny reds

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  8. Follow you through bloglovin. Thanks for sharing linhs4real@aol.com

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  9. I love Dunelm. I find the balance between price and quality very good and most of my home is decked out from there. That bunting would look great in my daughter's bedroom. I follow your blog through Bloglovin x

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  10. Hi I discovered your blog from a comment you left, what a delightful find! Have added you to my bloglovin
    The review was really helpful as I hadn't been aware of this maker before! thanks

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  11. I have been following you blog for some time through Quilting Bloggers site, though have just started to follow your blog through Google's Friend Connect. I really like the Dunelm China, lovely design, will have to have a look at my local branch.

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  12. I love the colours!
    I follow with GFC

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  13. I love those tins, I think I need to buy some!
    I follow through gfc and bloglovin as choux pastry hearts :)

    laura
    xx

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