House of Fraser is a store that I always look in for homeware, sales and beauty products but I've never really tried anything from the Linea range until now. The Linea range is a great value range and to be honest, I didn't expect the products to be as gorgeously designed and as really high quality as the products I received are. I was very, very kindly sent a range of products from House of Fraser including Linea and Dickins & Jones.
*Linea Home Queen Bee Double Oven Glove (£16)How freakin' cute and gorgeous is this design! I love the range I received mostly because it is very bee themed and features a beautiful mint, purple and white colour combination which I love! You can't see from the photo above *sorry* but the inside of pattern is the same as the mint bee tea towel below. The range matches perfectly and together it looks so cute. I think they would make a fantastic gift for anyone who loves baking, cooking and gorgeous homeware.
*Linea Home Queen Bee Apron (£16)Obviously I had to forgot to photograph one item *cries*, I received a super cute apron which is also from the Queen Bee range from Linea. I'm not a fan of aprons, I don't know why but I never use them as they just get in the way and I'm not that clumsy in the kitchen but I have to admit that this one is gorgeous. It has a huge pocket on the front which I love but I don't think I'll be using it as it is fairly long and I'm tiny but I know my auntie will adore this apron so she'll be receiving it.
*Linea Home Queen Bee Set of Three Tea Towels (£14)Again, I adore the print as does everyone else! The set has three different prints that match the sections of the oven glove. The mint and bee print is definitely my favourite of the three, closely followed by the purple 'queen bee of the kitchen' print/design. The tea towels are huge and they are 100% cotton. I think this set would be great as part of a baking/cooking hamper!
*Linea Home Sky Blue Retro Timer (£15)Staying with the pastel and adorable theme, I also received this cute timer which reminds of an american diner in the 1950's, maybe that's just me! We don't actually have a timer, maybe that's why I struggle with timings of my bakes...oops. I love the sky blue colour and design and it's magnetic too so it can stick onto the fridge.
*Dickens & Jones Milk Bottle Measuring Cups (£20)These measuring cups are probably my favourite item I was sent as the measuring cups when stacked look like an adorable mint green and cream milk bottle design...yes, I love it and it's so cute. In England we don't really use cup measurements, it's more of an American thing but since I started incorporating more vegan recipes into my daily life, I find that I'm using cup measurements so much more as pretty much all of the vegan recipes I try are from American bloggers/websites. I know I'm going to get so much use of the these measuring cups which come in 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup and a whole cup measurements. They look so cute when stacked and act as functional decor almost.
Overall, I adore the homeware and baking items I received, especially the cute milk bottle measuring cups! The queen bee design throughout the range is so summery, gorgeous and it fits with our kitchen decor really well in terms of the colour scheme. I didn't know what to expect with the quality as the Linea range is a more reasonably priced but I'm really impressed and I cannot recommend these items enough. Overall rating: ★★★★★, 5/5.
What do you think of the Linea range? Have you tried anything from the House of Fraser homeware range?