Thursday, 14 January 2016

Pretty Twisted

One thing I love about Middlesbrough is the amount of unique, independent businesses there are and I always enjoy exploring them whenever I visit. Sitting outside the bus station is the aptly named Pretty TwistedWhat started out as a vintage clothing store, has since transformed into a treasure trove of shabby chic home ware and pastel accessories.

When you first enter you are met with a rainbow of bath bombs (including a whole bath tub full!) most of which are pastel coloured or shaped to look like cupcakes and donuts - so adorable!
From there on you are pulled down the pastel-coloured rabbit hole. Everywhere you look there are shelves upon shelves of pretty things and I wanted just about everything. The majority of the shelves are separated into colour schemes, which makes shopping easier if you have a certain colour scheme in mind.
Towards the middle of the store there is a mini bunting bar where you can create your own personalized bunting (it'd be such a lovely feature in a bedroom, especially in a baby girl's nursery). Pretty Twisted will soon be launching a party wear service, including a bigger and better bunting bar, and everything you need to throw the cutest party.
Towards the back of the store was the last of the Christmas stock. If you like white home ware then you would love this section. With the back wall glittered with fairy lights and each surface filled with cute quotes, shabby chic knick-knacks and festive items, it was hard to not want to live there. 

I obviously couldn't leave the store empty handed and picked up a few little bits which you can see HERE. I'm already planning my next visit to Middlesbrough and will be sure to stop by Pretty Twisted to pick up more of my wish list!

If you love pretty things as much as I do, make sure to pay Pretty Twisted a visit,  or head over to their website HERE to browse their online store.

Be sure to follow them on social media too! facebook .  twitter .  instagram 

What do you think of Pretty Twisted?
Tell me in the comments below

- A x 


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