home: made [ wooden succulent holder ]

home: made [ wooden succulent holder ]

To create a cute wooden succulent holder, follow this great DIY tutorial from Walnut Hollow.

You just need a few materials to create this plant holder and can choose a size and shape according to your needs or what is available.

Find a ready made hexagon wooden shelf unit as your base. Try Wish, JYSK, or Amazon .

home: nice price [ Zara home ]

home: nice price [ Zara home ]

Take full advantage of the last days of sale at Zara Home. We found a selection of gorgeous items for the home, all under £60.

With a nice choice of lighting, rugs and accessories, you will be sure to grab yourself a last minute bargain for the new season.

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home: featured [ Mustard ]

home: featured [ Mustard ]

When we first found this independant brand we thought, why has this not been done before. The simple idea of metal lockers and cabinets in various colours is brilliant.

Mustard offers 4 different cabinet shapes with a choice of 8 colours, as well as a wire basket selection, also available in the same colours.

Started in 2018 by sisters Becca & Jess, Mustard is a brand to keep an eye on. With their products being sold through online retailers as well as Liberty, London these ladies are going to be big.

Head to mustardmade.co.uk to read more about the story behind the name and browse the collections.

home: found this [ pitcher ]

home: found this [ pitcher ]

Looking for some gorgeous ceramics off the kitchen? Take a visit to Anthropologie.

These lovely glazed stoneware pitchers are a great way to add some colour and style into your kitchen. Use for water / drinks or as a utensil pot or vase.

The chiseled design and colouration gives these pitchers a truly rustic look.

[ from £16 ]

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home: trend [ navy blue ]

home: trend [ navy blue ]

The navy trend is staying for 2020. This deep blue hue is rich and strong, creating stylish interiors.

For the modern approach use in multitude on walls in paint or wallpaper, floors, soft furnishings and drapes. Layering the tone to create an overall blue canvas is a bold look. Break it up with highlights of bronze or copper and a few pieces in other deep jewel tones.

Soften the look with the use of grey tones, natural beiges and browns – walnut or teal for furniture and tan in sofas or armchairs.

Picture guide

Top

Crate • WallpaperStore £5 / Armchair • Made £499 (sale) / Rug • La Redoute £154 (sale)

Middle

Cushion • Trouva £85 (sale) / Bed • Next from £325 / Unit • Tikamoon £319 (sale)

Lower

Paint • Farrow + Ball ‘Scotch Blue’ / Cushion • M&S £19.50 / Sideboard • Maison Du Monde £324