COCONUTGRASS is a new, small and exciting home design company, specialising in creating fun and exciting designs for your home. We design things such as butchers meat fine art prints, tea towels through to items such as personalised dictionary prints which are affordable and brilliant for making special memories.

We recently launched our butchers collections which is growing quickly and also a baking collection.

Our goal is to become a leading brand for people to style out their home with. We hope you like us and that you take a look around.



Comics Unmasked - Art and Anarchy in the UK

July 25, 2014

A few weeks ago my brother in law and I went to go and visit the exhibition at the british library. Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK You walked into the history of the first comics and early beginnings. They are not what you or I would think of as comics today. For example there were early illustrated reports of Jack the Ripper in the report called “Ripper Vic.’ There were also classic illustrations from humorous  articles in Punch which include this funny portrait of Mr Punch. The exhibition did lead into some more contemporary and mainstream artists such as Allan Moore (one of the UK’s greats exports). It was great as they had some real models which give you a...

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Gifts from Dad and Gifts for Dad

May 13, 2013

We wanted to share with you one of our most favourite products that has so many individual stories. Mrs coconutgrass and myself love a holiday and are lucky enough to have been to some exotic and wild places. We call Las Vegas our second home and also had some great months travelling around South America.  Just the name of the destination helps us remember the whole holiday and adventure. We sometimes write them on our destination blinds to frame around the house. They make a great gift and a few months ago we had some coconutgrass friends in sunny Texas who all shared in the great gift giving experience. We thought we would attach some photos of the destinations that...

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