Af­ter­noon

TEA-LIGHT

Look (UK) - - PROMOTIONAL FEATURE - Max­ine eggenberger, Fash­ion news & Com­mer­cial Con­tent editor

‘Host­ing an af­ter­noon tea is one thing; mak­ing the cakes from scratch is a whole dif­fer­ent ball game. If, how­ever, you’re like me and have had your eye on a Kitchenaid for, well, for­ever, be­stow­ing your mama with the finest fan­cies in all the land is the per­fect ex­cuse to in­vest in one. Be­cause, much like Ch­eryl, she’s worth it.’ We should shower our mums with love all year round, but Mother’s Day pro­vides an an­nual ex­cuse to re­mind her just how spe­cial she is. How­ever, if we can also use it to treat our­selves to some in­te­rior treats, it’s a win-win. In­stead of book­ing a spenny Af­ter­noon Tea on Mother­ing Sun­day, turn your pad into your own per­sonal tea­room. Deca­dent vel­vet chairs, gold ac­cents and linen nap­kins give all the luxe of The Ritz (al­beit a mod­ern take) but you get to keep the am­bi­ence. We won’t tell if you swap the Earl Grey for Prosecco…

Ta­ble and set of four din­ing chairs £1,099, DFS

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9 1 Nap­kin, £8, An­thro­polo­gie 2 Lamp, £39, Marks & Spencer 3 Mir­ror, £12.99, H&M Home 4 Cake stand, £9.99, TK Maxx 5 Mug, £6.99, H&M Home 6 Teapot, £39, Le Creuset 7 Plat­ter, £10, But­ter­fly by Matthew Wil­liamson at Deben­hams 8 Dessert spoons, £19 for set, Oliver Bonas 9 Mixer, £549.95, Kitchenaid 10 Din­ing chairs, £199 for two, Made

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