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These handmade wood bead garlands with jute will add a farmhouse charm to your home decor, child’s nursery room decor.
Suitable for all kinds of Valentine's Day style whimsical decor to brighten up your house and as the great gift for your lovers.
Simple design, made of natural material, wooden beads and cotton rope. Handcrafted into the natural wood beads string wall hanger and home decor, giving a minimalist relaxing feeling in your daily life.
Hang it on the walls, bedpost, shelves, mirrors, side of the bed, window and so on. Decorate your house and bedroom with this wooden beads tassel garland hanger, charming to attract more holiday atmosphere.
Using natural materials giving a minimalist feel and creating a relaxed feel in any room. Just hang it on walls, cribs' side, shelves, bedpost, mirrors, fireplace, window or anywhere you like. Perfect gift for newborns as well.
Specifications: It goes well with bedroom, kitchen, bathroom. You can put it anywhere you like, it'll definitely look beautiful. It looks great at the front door for scarves, hats or keys. Wooden and beads design, make it more charming.
At Borough Market, we don’t just sell good food and drink, we celebrate it. We enjoy how it tastes and the way it makes us feel, but we also appreciate its ability to connect us to the people who produced it and the places it was made.
If all you come with is an appetite, you’ll be able to sate it in a thousand ways. But if you care about what you eat and where it comes from, our traders can feed your curiosity too. Here, in this historic setting, you’ll find an incredible range of food from all over Britain and the rest of the world – and every item has a story to tell.
If you can’t make it to the Market, Borough Market Online offers a wide selection of our traders’ produce, delivered direct to London addresses and, where available, by post to the rest of the UK. The service also includes a range of Best of Borough Market hampers and meal boxes.
Our story began 1,000 years ago, when a market took shape at the foot of London Bridge. Since 1756, we’ve been in our current location, run by a charitable trust on behalf of the community. Today, our mission is to show that food can be made and sold in ways that are better for people, for the planet and for the sheer pleasure of eating.