home: nice price [ vintage lighting ]

home: nice price [ vintage lighting ]

It’s a special thing to have a unique and original piece of vintage lighting in your home.

We found this beautiful Space Age Chandelier By Gaetano Sciolari in the sale at Vinterior.

A beautiful example of the incredible design from Italy in the last century.

Was £790.00 Now £553.00

They say;

This Italian space-age chandelier was designed by Gaetano Sciolari with smoked glass globes produced by French glass maker Vianne. Depending on the ceiling height, the chain can be adjusted to the correct height. The original ceiling cap is included. In excellent vintage condition. 

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home: favourite thing [ chair ]

home: favourite thing [ chair ]

Sometimes there is a design that just sticks around and never gets old, like these petal shaped armchairs from Oliver Bonas.

This distinctive design is being seen a lot in stores, but with OB the price, as well as the colour options make it a winner in our eyes.

Place in the corner of a living room or bedroom for a touch of 1920’s glamour.

[ £395 ]

oliverbonas.com

home: featured [ IKEA ]

home: featured [ IKEA ]

New year, new plans to get on top of effective, stylish storage in the home – head to affordable favourite IKEA and check out their range of cabinet, shelving, side boards and other storage.

It’s all about working to be efficient with the space and great to choose something with clean lines and quite timeless do you can change your styling and look of the room around it, as trends and tastes change.

home: event [ The Big London Flea ]

home: event [ The Big London Flea ]

Held at EartH multi-arts space in Hackney, The Big London Flea is a market of 50 traders, full off vintage lighting, furniture and accessories.

Come hunt for personal treasures, rummage for bargains, and refresh your living space with unique finds from our Epic hall of salvaged olde things

Feb 23 / 11:00 – 18:00

EartH [ Evolutionary Arts Hackney ]

11 – 17 Stoke Newington Road

London

N16 8BH

home: found this [ armchair ]

home: found this [ armchair ]

This beautiful curved silhouette armless armchair is from Zara Home. Pair with other soft tone neutrals in the fabrics of other furniture in the room and soft furnishings, together with lighter woods and lots of soft white.

It’s available in two colours (grey or pale blue) and could be yours for £349.99.

home: trend [ beige ]

home: trend [ beige ]

It may not be a choice of colour that jumps out at you, but beige is to take over our lives and homes during 2019. No longer is it seen as dull, lifeless and dated, beige is actually a warming & calming colour which acts as a nuetral backdrop to bolder shades.

Layer up different shades of beige with accents of brass, gold, wood and additional colours of black and white, creating a very collated room.

Bedding & salt pot from hm.com

There are so many accessories and soft furnishing options to bring a bit of beige into your home. H&M Home has jumped on this trend and has a huge choice of cushions, throws and bedding to add a hint to a room

For paint options check out Farrow & Ball, Dulux and Little Greene

Guide:

Top row: corduroy cushion / hm.com [ £8.99 ], chair / ikea.com [ £70 ], blanket / hm.com [ £39.99 ]

Middle row: plant pot / trouva.com [ £25.83 ], sofa / made.com [ £699 ]

Bottom row: drinks trolley / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £375 ], vase / habitat.co.uk [ £20 ], lampshade / trouva.com [ £42.76 ]

home: made [ bedside shelving ]

home: made [ bedside shelving ]

January is definitely a good time for new interior ideas and DIY projects, and with purse strings being a little tighter after Christmas, a good affordable DIY is a good option.

We love this staggered upwards box shelving idea from Homesthetics which as well as being stylish, it’s practical offering a decent amount of shelving and storage for a company space as the space is gained going upwards.

Head to high street stores for affordable box shelves to work with in staggered formation up the wall. We found good options at IKEA, IKEA, Dunelm and MrHousey.