Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Tom Frost Range

Now in store a new range by designer Tom Frost for Cubic.
We at Nook & Cranny fell so in love with his owl and otter designs that we just had to stock everything!

Click on the images to jump to the website.

Saturday, 15 December 2012

Guardian Review

 We at Nook and Cranny were amazed and very honoured to be mentioned in the Guardian and the Observer paper last week in an article listing the UK's top 10 quirkiest shops. This lovely review has shined a little spotlight on our small business and we are now getting business from across the UK and overseas as a result!
Below is an extract from the article.

Liverpool: Nook & Cranny

Stationery geeks and graphic-print fans will adore this bright, chirpy place, which sells everything from cards, notebooks, pencils and typography postcards to prints (check out their "random notes of appreciation" – little cards scribbled with happy messages). The owners choose a "print of the week", and the shop also offers a bespoke framing service. Nook & Cranny is inside the Bluecoat arts centre and believes in supporting local talent – most of the prints they sell have been designed by Liverpudlian artists, and they also stock originals by students.
The Bluecoat, School Lane, Liverpool (0151 702 5324; nookandcrannyshop.co.uk)

Link to full article

Friday, 30 November 2012

DIY : Patterned Paint Rollers

This is such a fantastic DIY approach to decorating. These patterned paint rollers are an alternative to the traditional wallpaper and a really easy way to brighten up a plain boring old wall or strip of fabric. Found here...Link

Thursday, 29 November 2012

Back by popular demand....Arthouse Meath

We love love love the kooky designs from charity Arthouse Meath. So apparently do all our lovely customers so we could resist restocking a few old favourites and some new goodies as well. Check them out over on our new website.


After what seems like an eternity, we finally have the website up and going. Its been a steep learning curve with me usually ending up pulling my hair out and throwing my computer across the room but I got there in the end. Let us know what you think, reviews and comments welcomed (the good and the bad!).  
The website banner will change periodically. This month the image is from one of our prints called 'Blossom' by the talented Caroline Hancox.

Wormhole to the website.