For Katy and I, Tiger is one of those shops that seems cool and elusive because you can't order online and we only ever went into one in London (and it was amazing - I got a notepad, a sketchpad, a charging cable and a set of batteries, all in one place). As such, it's become a Narnia that we're literally obsessed with and so when it came to us putting our deposit down on a flat, we naturally started planning how and when we'd get to Tiger to get the last little bits of everything. So, without further ado, here's the top things on my wishlist.
Oh come on, these are adorable - the flowers form the spine of the dinosaur, and these would look literally amazing with cacti in them. Also I just love dinosaurs and they're like £4 which is insanely cheap. I just think that these will look adorable on our desk and, luckily, Katy agrees.
We don't actually strictly need any more plates, but I think that these spotted offerings are just so sweet and you can't really sniff at them only being £1 each. I mean, if people come to eat, they'll need plates, right? You can probably never have too many plates. That's what I'm telling myself anyway.
Okay, so we probably don't need two different plant pots but one is a dinosaur, and one looks super cute. Plus I could buy one of each for £6. Tiger is a slippy, slippy slope. You can also get these in 5 different colours and 2 different patterns so, plenty of variables.
I absolutely love anything that I can use to personalise a place and, although we'll have our carnival lights, I just think it would be nice to have K&S in these black letters on one of the very few surfaces that we'll have left after we've been to buy stuff from Tiger.
We definitely don't need any more shampoo - but I didn't know that Tiger even did bath, body and cosmetics so I now definitely want to pick some up. They have a fair few offerings but this dead sea black mud shampoo looked amongst the most interesting and I can definitely afford to splash out a few quid on it.
What are your biggest loves from Tiger?
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