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Archive for October, 2008

WEAR: get political
Posted by Sal Taylor Kydd on 10/28/2008

Tis the season for political action, so I thought I’d share with you these very funky tees from the folks over at There are a bunch of different styles to suit every activist’s taste, with titles varying from “Petrolcide” to “This Machine Kills Fascists” - depicting a picture of a guitar. Nice one. I chose the more innocuous Treehugger pictured above.

Categories: 2008, Sal, Style


We’re Back!
Posted by Sal Taylor Kydd on 10/28/2008

Hello faithful readers!

I have a big apology. A string of technical glitches and challenges from our dear old friends at Blogger forced Harry and Sal to go on hiatus over the summer. I couldn’t post, I couldn’t do anything until I moved the entire thing over to Wordpress. Whilst we were at it I figured a redesign was way overdue so I hope you enjoy our new look.

So stay tuned for more Harry and Sal discoveries coming your way - only this time - what with the economy and all - we’ll try and limit ourselves to the more affordable end of the market and see how crafty we can get on the home front too. Although I cannot promise that my lust for all things divine will not stray into avaricious territory every so often. We aren’t all perfect!

cheers! Sal

Categories: 2008, Sal

INSIDE: night night
Posted by Sal Taylor Kydd on 10/27/2008

Argington Ayres Twin Bed

Much as we have enjoyed the Oeuf Toddler Bed that converted from my son’s bed some six months ago, it quickly outlived its usefulness. Now it is true my boy is big for his age, the cheeky three and a half year old could easily pass for 5 on a good day. However, there are a few reasons I’d counsel most parents against the toddler bed and advise heading straight for the twin - admittedly with guards on the side.

My main issue with the toddler bed, aside from the short life-span - is that it is, by definition, very small. Which means cuddling up for a bedtime story, or snuggling in when they are sick, is just not possible, not unless you want to indulge in some serious bedtime yoga. This means of course they invariably end up in Mom & Dad’s bed - and that’s no good for anyone! Well, except perhaps for Mom, but that’s beside the point.

So I know I’m not completely adhering to my end of the bargain to bring you items on the affordable range. But well. I’m a big fan of this lovely, clean bed - AND it comes with a trundle. So I had to share. Forgive me!

Categories: Furniture, Kids

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Harry & Sal is co-edited by friends Cerentha (Harry) Harris and Sal Taylor Kydd. As serious design addicts they wanted an outlet for their wonderful finds... More >