Christmas Comes Early – What would YOU do with these?
So my Christmas has come early. After all, who could want for more? Honestly, you don’t seem as excited as I am! I now have a stock of 6 (and a half) lovely vintage doors rescued from homes being renovated by the local authority. All that potential and possibility! One door is earmarked to […]More Info
Old Hat welcomes stunning local artist
Old Hat are very pleased to welcome talented local artist Geoff Allport to our family of local artisans. This stunning canvas is my personal favourite. Signed by the artist and offered in two different sizes, it is now available in store. It’s going on my Christmas wish list!More Info
We made the Nationals!
BBC’s Countryfile is a national treasure and the accompanying magazine reaches all across the UK so it is a great honour to see Narberth have a double page spread in the feature on ‘Cosy Market Towns; Perfect Places to start your Xmas Shopping’. It gave us a real buzz to see a large photograph of […]More Info
Keep it clean! Welsh Botanicals
Old Hat are proud to be part of the launch of a new artisan range. Welsh Botanical Felted Soap An artisan-made range of handmade soaps wrapped in gorgeous 100% merino wool felt. Use the soap as is customary but with the felt cover on. The felt acts as a gentle exfoliating washcloth to deeply cleanse […]More Info
Vintage skills revived…
Recent visitors to Old Hat may recognise this crochet blanket as I’ve been working on it there – at least until it became too big to manage easily on my lap! Worked in a soft recycled cotton mix yarn it drapes beautifully whilst still being… warm. (I know this for definite as, before the weather […]More Info
Thinking outside the box…
What to do with lovely vintage wooden scrabble tiles when the board is damaged beyond use? Think outside the box – and create useful little magnets to organise and decorate. At the moment we have a full set but if you fancy something specific you better pop in quick; at just 50p each they’ll soon […]More Info
Vintage Glass, Silver and Flowers
Vintage shakers, mustard pots and cruets are not often used anymore. It’s a shame, as they gave a real sense of elegance at the dinner table. Many are beautiful, especially those decorative glass pieces with gorgeously tarnished silver tops, and it’s a shame to waste anything so attractive. Instead, they look stunning teamed with flowers […]More Info