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As temperatures soar, take a look at our press coverage over the recent months to see what’s hot!

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It’s been a popular few months for Mint in the press. Continue reading to see more!

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cover copyWe’re delighted to have been featured in Homes & Gardens 2016 Trends Supplement. Continue reading to see our on-trend pieces, and our other recent press.

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logosWe’re happy to have had a popular 2016 in the press so far! Continue reading to see where we’ve been featured.

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It’s been a busy six months for Mint in the press, with many of our pieces featured. Continue reading for a summary of our coverage.

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In the October Issue of Elle Decoration you can find several products featured from Mint’s current collection. These include the Mold Vessel by Handmade Industrials, Chudy & Grase’s Meet The Wicker collection, and Tokyo Tribal by Nendo for Industry Plus. Anna Glover’s textiles and Sarah Colson’s lighting are celebrated too.

All these beautiful pieces are available at Mint so please feel free to email us at info@mintshop.co.uk for more details.

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The Chromologist Paper Bowls

Mint is delighted to be featured on The Chromologist, who are an online collective exploring the world of colour, from art and home inspiration to food, literature and more. The article, written by Jill Macnair, features the Paper Bowls by Studio Gutedort available now at Mint and during our Twisting Tradition exhibition, which is on from the 19th-30th of September. Please click below to read the full article.

http://thechromologist.com/plants-spices-crafted-colourful-paper-bowls/

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In this month’s May/June issue, Elle Déco Lebanon has featured one of our interior design projects located in Beirut. It is a very special house that’s not to be missed. Built between 1830 and 1860, this astonishing palace belonged to Anastasia Dagher and his spouse, the great trader Moussa Sursock. The architects of the time were anonymous masons and artists, sometimes coming from as far as Italy, and the creators of what is today “the traditional Lebanese house”.

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