July Finds

July 07, 2016


This ethereal print by [Dániel Taylor](https://society6.com/taylordaniel) is printed on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid free and lignin free archival paper, custom trimmed with a 1" border for framing. Even a quick glance at this gorgeous image draws you right into the water with the whale; instant escapism – perfect for when you need to look away from the glare of your screen.

[*The Hazel Tree Shelf*](http://www.bespoakinteriors.co.uk/product/hazel-tree-shelf/)

The hazel tree bookshelf was inspired by the designer’s childhood garden, and would make a playful addition to a home office. The shelves come in kit form for easy assembly, and are made from specially selected and sustainable European oak and can support up to 80kg.

[*Nekisse E1*](http://www.origincoffee.co.uk/collections/coffee/products/nekisse-e17?variant=22848642055)

Ah, coffee time. The Nekisse E17 from Origin Coffee gives a juicy, full body with intense notes of strawberry, passion fruit and caramel.

[*Nina and Co. bowl*](http://www.ninaand.co/shop-products/bowl)

This handmade, high-fired earthenware bowl is on offer at the moment and can be bought for £18 down from £30. The bowl is matte black ceramic with gloss white glaze.

[*Pastel Crystal original limited edition artwork*](https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/385070724/pastel-crystal-original-limited-edition?ref=shop_home_active_1)

Handmade by Lucia Soto of [Fandangle London](https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/FandangleLondon?ref=l2-shopheader-name), this design was inspired by minerology and geometry in nature. It’s a limited edition artwork of 25, framed into a light birch wood frame measuring 200 x 250mm with no glass, so that the layers of the artwork can be seen.

[*Set of 4 notebooks from Flow*](http://www.flowmagazine.com/product/set-4-notepads)

The makers of Flow magazine have produced a set of four notepads, which includes two with rules pages, one with squared pages, and one with plain pages, so your list-making and sketching needs will all be met!

[*Cloudwater DIPA v3*](http://www.beerhawk.co.uk/cloudwater-double-ipa)

For winding down at the end of the day, crack open Cloudwater Brewery’s Double IPA, which has notes of lemon, grapefruit juice, sweet tropical fruit, and resinous pine. But be careful: it’s 9%!

(Photo by Filly Campbell for [Brewbot](http://www.brewbot.io/) — see more of Filly’s photos in our post: [A year at Brewbot Belfast](http://readlagom.com/posts/2016/a-year-at-brewbot-belfast).)