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Avoid The Typical Gift

t happens to us all, birthdays and Christmas creep up on us and we rush out to buy a gift or scour the internet frantically searching for something, anything! Here at Exit we pride ourselves on seeking out the unusual, that gift that’s just perfect for auntie Margaret (Kasimir cheese grater – she loves hedgehogs) or uncle Tom (Fixie pizza … Continue reading

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When The Boat Comes In

This is a little fishy we’d all like to have when the boat comes in! Colombina from Alessi inspired by the seaside is a beautiful miniature salt pot with spoon which is also perfect for caviar or fish roe.  Made from stainless steel this delightful salt cellar was designed by husband and wife team Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas. Part of the … Continue reading

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Sunshine & Snowflakes

It’s hard to choose Christmas decorations in the height of summer but that’s what we did earlier this week. Decked out in our summer outfits we flip flopped our way to Harrogate Home & Gift show to peruse the Design Point tents. We arrived early on Sunday morning to beat the crowds (and we did) we had the Alessi stand … Continue reading

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Club & Party Time!

Yes the party has arrived at Exit Interiors! In the form of the gorgeous Trembimbi Party dinner set (we’re not dancing around the shop, although that’s not to say we don’t) Designed and made in Italy by Rivadossi Sandro these fun sets are designed with children in mind. Soft easy to hold handles with a rounded edged knife, these characterful … Continue reading

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Fun, Cool & Clever Glassware

How cool are these?! As soon as we saw them we just had to have them! I mean who doesn’t want a set of glasses that stack to make a cactus? Not only are they space saving, perfect for those of us with kitchens short on storage space, they’re fun too! They look great on the dining table and will … Continue reading

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Twisted by Design

Say goodbye to slowly pouring liquids into the top of the measuring jug whilst squatting down to read the measurement on the side with Twisted from Alessi. This striking jug was designed by Gabriele Rosa and allows the user to see the measurement from the top. The unique swirl design on the inside of Twisted jug measures in both centilitres … Continue reading

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Tea For One

New for 2017 is this beautiful tea infuser. Inspired by an old fashioned pocket watch, this stylish tea infuser is so easy to use. Open up, fill with your favourite leaves, drop into a cup of boiling water then leave to infuse for 2-3 minutes (depending on your tea and tastes). When you’re done T Timepiece will drop neatly into … Continue reading

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Saluti!

New for 2017 is Virgula Divina from Alessi. This beautiful bottle opener has a design based on the divining rod used to locate water. We can’t promise it will help you locate water or beer but it will make you look very stylish when you open them! Made from mirror polished  stainless steel, Virgula Divina is part of the Alessi Bijoux … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Gift Inspiration

Mother’s day is just around the corner, time to start thinking gifts! Here at Exit we’ve got lots of gifts to choose from so you can get something extra special without a huge price tag. With lots of gifts under £20 and £10 there’s something to suit all budgets. These Tenna Mini battery operated candles from Sirius are just £8.75 … Continue reading

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We Live Like This

New this week are two gorgeous products from npw.  Beautiful, delicate and oh so stylish these stemless glasses are perfect for a glass (or two) of bubbles. Presented in stylish decorated gift packaging this set of 2 glasses make an ideal present; whether that’s a treat for friends and family or yourself  we’ll leave that up to you. The glasses have … Continue reading

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