home: nice price [ tables ]
We always like a bargain and La Redoute is a great place to start. We love their new range of tables and our pick is the Watford collection.
These two Mid-Century style coffee tables have been designed to together, but look just as good on there own. The smaller version comes in a matt black finish, while the larger version is finished in walnut veneer or the matt black.
Take advantage of La Redoute and their current offers. Right now get £20 off when you spend £60, £35 off for £100 and £60 off for £150.
Use code: HOME
Small table was £119 / now £84
Large table was £169 / now £109
Top tip: if you are buying two or more items over £100 put them through as different transactions. This way you will get the biggest discount. You will pay delivery twice but still save.
home: favourite thing [ chair ]
This beautiful, design-classic brass wire chair £325 from Rose & Grey is incredible.
An amazing investment as a set round a dining table or use a single as a office chair to make a study extra stylish.
We’d love it against an interior using dark navy or green walls with marble surfaces and some dashes of blush pink in accessories. It would also work well with an industrial trend inspired interior.
Can be used with a sheep skin cushion (sold separately) as shown or other seating pad.
home: featured [ Dassie Artisan ]
Launched in 2012 by David & Roxi Zeeman, Dassie Artisan is an emporium of handcrafted, unique pieces with global influences.
Dassie Artisan is a big believer in ethically produced products, working closely with artisans around the world. At the same time being environmentally and socially responsible.
‘Taking inspiration from the worlds of fashion, different cultures and our African roots, we are committed to offering our customers handmade treasures that are lovingly created by talented artisans. Each item is representative of the hard work and skills developed over generations; woven with ounces of culture and years of heritage‘
Our favourite pieces include their sequin baskets, ceramics and marble chopping boards. We love the simple no-fuss designs and knowing that each piece has a story.
Head to Bob’s Cafe, Muswell Hill, this 20th February – for a macrame workshop , if you’re in the north London area – book here .
Macrame is a great craft to learn and the end result? Producing a piece of homeware for you or a gift.
Muswell Hill, 43 Muswell Hill Broadway, N10 3HA London, United Kingdom
We’re really excited to have Forget-me-knots hosting an extra special Macramé workshop at Bob’s Café in Muswell Hill.
Macramé is a form of textile making using knotting rather than weaving or knitting and is a really exciting and versatile craft to learn.
Lead by the lovely Lian, you will learn a range of macramé techniques and knots whilst making your very own beautiful plant hanger.
You will also be able to enjoy a delicious brunch dish and a hot drink while you knot, which are included in the ticket price of £30.
This workshop is suitable for absolute beginners, and will run for approximately three hours. For more details and to book your spot, contact us at email@example.com
The workshop is limited to 8 spaces, please book early to avoid disappointment
Please note, pots and plants are not included, so BYOP (bring your own pot!)
home: found this [ IKEA x B. Akerlund ]
IKEA has always been a company to push design ideas and bring fun into our homes. A new collection designed with fashion stylist Bea Akerlund may just be their boldest yet, where a heavy gothic vibe meets Alice in Wonderland.
Omedelbar is a limited edition collection launching in March and is expected to be a hit. The collection consists of vases, accessories, furniture and soft furnishings in bold black, red and gold.
Look out for top hat and boot vases, a crown bowl, lip shaped cushion and a giant pocket watch wall clock.
We can’t wait to see it in the flesh.
Head to ikea com for the latest.
home: trend [ traveller ]
Influences from around the world, travels to exotic places, exploring far and wide – bring them all into home styling for the ‘traveller’ trend. Mixing block printed patterns with woven textures, baskets and ornaments that could have been picked up from the little streets of Marrakesh or the markets of Delhi, unique pieces that embrace another culture or way of life – all come together to create a rich interior.
Colours are rich and vibrant. Hand dyed fabrics and hand woven accessories sit on warm tone wood furniture like walnut or mango.
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1 Cibu Metal Shapes Banner £19.20 Urban Outfitters
2 Bombay Chair $2600 Ruby Star
3 Fusion Cupboard £399 John Lewis
4 Dessert Heat Throw £66.15 Zazzle
5 Killim Cushion from £32.95 Myakka
Cushions (clockwise) Monsoon, Rose&Grey, Cult Furniture, Etsy
H&M with great pieces for the ‘traveller’ trend.
home: made [ punch rug art ]
We spotted this gorgeous DIY project on fallfordiy.com and it’s pretty simple to achieve. These punch rug art works can be hung on the wall or lent on a shelf, either way they look great and will bring interest to a room [ kids & adults ].
The shopping list for this tutorial is quite small – embroidery hoop, yarn, hessian fabric and a punch rug needle – and it is for beginners, so we can all give it a go.