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My Giant Sukhi Coaster

August 19, 2016

Happy Friday! So I have recently received this beautifully handmade pom pom coaster from Sukhi, which I absolutely love. You may have seen the multi coloured Sukhi pom pom rug on one of my recent posts, and so you will already know how gorgeous everything they do is…

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Apart from the fact that it all looks so amazing, I love the fact that they are literally handmade in Nepal – where Sukhi means happy! It is all fair trade and the items come directly from the the Nepalese workers – there are no middle men and we have the added satisfaction of knowing that the real artisans benefit from our purchases.

I cannot decide how best to use it, so I have tried out a few ideas – I need you guys to vote! Which is your favourite? I think I like it most under my phone table cactus, but am rather torn…



It is so cute (and so well made) it really will look good wherever I decide to put it. Its actually a good thing that I can chop and change what I do with it, so I can really make the most of it. That said – which is your favourite look?

You can get your own giant coaster (which comes in all sorts of colours) as well as a beautiful range of rugs directly from the Sukhi website.

Have a very fabulous Friday and weekend and I shall be back soon xx

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  • Reply katie August 19, 2016 at 11:29 am

    so cool love them!! I need to buy some!!!

    I think it looks cool in all the pictures but under the cactus does look great too 🙂

    Love the pink too!!!

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      Reply Beckie August 19, 2016 at 4:06 pm

      Thanks Katie, yes isn’t the pink colour gorgeous! The photos don’t even do it justice really! They do big rugs like this, which I want to get! xx

  • Reply Daniela from Sukhi August 19, 2016 at 4:02 pm

    Lovely options, I agree with Kate, under the cactus it looks loveliest. Thank you for being a Sukhi fan Beckie!

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      Reply Beckie August 19, 2016 at 4:07 pm

      Thanks Daniela – I am a Sukhi fan! It is under my cactus – I agree looks fab there! xx

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