Hyacinth wallpaper, by William Morris. England, 19th century

Capture a William Morris Hyacinth Wallpaper: V&A image on a designer roller blind at Creatively Different Blinds. William Morris Hyacinth Wallpaper: V&A blinds from just

Beach Huts | Bright British beach huts are at the heart of our playful seaside scene | Cath Kidston S16 |

Cath Kidston's new Beach Huts design - I would love anything in this pattern as I really do love beach huts.

A sweet seaside treat.

A sweet seaside treat; The good old Stick of Rock! Quintessentially British and a firm favourite of mine (pardon the pun)

A trip to the British seaside just wouldn't be complete without a stick of rock to break your teeth on. Made from pulled sugar, rock took off in the 1800s, though there's serious debate about where lettered rock was first produced. Blackpool usually claims the honour, though nearby Morecambe has also been credited.

Favourite traditional British sweets: in pictures

Add a touch of Cornwall into your kitchen with our organic cotton tea towels.  Hand printed in Cornwall with quirky Seasalt designs  from our in-house...

Tea Towel

Fish & chips & mushy peas tea towel print by Matt Johnson for Seasalt Cornwall.

Ordered one! So excited. <3 I Bloody Love Tea.; this pinner's comment: the quintessential tea cup for the true tea lover! I want to make one in ceramics!

I Bloody Love Tea - hand-thrown mug

It’s Time for a Cuppa Tea. It’s time for a cuppa tea indeed – my favourite drink, my sustenance throughout the day. I reckon I consume at least at least 8 cups a day including English breakfast, green tea and black iced tea – straight no sugar please!