Labour And Wait

I want to tell everyone about one of my most favourite shops in the whole wide world ever.

Labour and Wait on  the corner of Turville Street and Redchurch Street sells everything from hardware, clothing and stationery to generally useful and practical things.

I like the simple layout of the shop, it speaks volumes of the pragmatic philosophy of Labour and Wait. 

We have assembled a carefully curated collection of new and vintage items, some of them familiar, others waiting to be discovered. These everyday classics will not date but will mellow with age and are destined to become favourites.

It was impossible for me to leave empty-handed.

I bought some bottle brushes with thick cotton end that helps to clean all sorts of nooks and crannies. These are especially useful for cleaning my drink bottles {HERE}.

I also bought some cards of waxed linen threads and a handsome ball of German legal string. I am not actually sure what legal string ought to be used for so I’m hoping that it will add an air of distinguishment to my {Fushigi Items}

Final on my purchase list was this lovely in everyway enamelled pie dish.

I am delighted with my purchases and thoroughly enjoyed nosing about Labour and Wait. I have a soft spot for timeless functionalism in design and the shop is rife with such products.

The shop has that curious blend of vintage nostalgia and modern tactility down to a perfect harmony.

{Labour And Wait}