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Car and Kitchen goes potty

Independent department store Car and Kitchen in the Yorkshire Dales town of Settle is participating in the town’s popular flowerpot festival (running to the end of September). Its current ‘Gone Potty’ window is inspired by the town’s creativity and the shop’s strong sales of KitchenCraft’s face planters.

Car and Kitchen’s owner Natasha (Tash) Meredith explains: “Settle has an annual flowerpot festival where all the businesses and residents make flower pot characters, and there’s a trail for families to go round and see them all.” While the shop’s Gone Potty window is themed around “face planters” from Kitchen Craft, Tash has made larger versions of the planters out of plastic plant pots and old wooden table legs, which she has hand-painted.


Top: Car and Kitchen’s window for Settle’s popular Flowerpot Festival.

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