A year ago, I wrote about my love for hot water bottles, started as a child, but reinforced by living in a damp house without central heat in Wales. So I was delighted to see that the Chris Hacker, the chief designer at Johnson & Johnson loved water bottles.
In what is a regular feature in the Thursday Home & Garden section of the New York Times, Hacker talks about some of the water bottles he’s found.
A felted jacquard lambs-wool cover for your old-fashioned hot water bottle. Almost perfection. Perfection would be a cashmere cover!
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