Love them or loath them, pinapples are this years choice of fruit…again! Seemingly beating of the likes of the cherry, banana and watermelon, this year we will continue to see pinapples on soft furnishings, wallpapers and in the form of accessories.
Bring some fun summer vibes to a room with bright wall art or printed cushion or keep it sophisticated with a tonal wallpaper.
Show your love of pineapples with accessories, like lighting, kitchenware or bookends, anything goes and there is a huge array to pick from.
Time to get creative with your staircase. Across the internet there are so many creative ideas for designing unique looks for a staircase.
From blending colours upwards, stair by stair; using favourite Pantone colours on each tread; mixing treated real wood with a shade that suits your home; using a graphic inspiration quirky design across the stairs.
We all love IKEA for its scandi designed, well priced products – and its combination of fun and function. These sides tables are a great example of a popular design we have seen over the last few years but at an amazing price.
For £20 the GLADOM tray table is the perfect table for everyday life, a metal framed round table with detachable top. This design is becoming a bit of a classic, with a lot of homeware brands creating their own version.
If you love a bit of vintage and mid century then you are in for a treat when you enter After Noah in Islington. Full of restored and reproduction tables, chairs and cabinets you are sure to find a gorgeous one off piece.
As well as the vintage items you will find an array of new accessories, lighting and soft furnishings all with a mid century vibe. There is also plenty for industrial lovers, with wire cabinets, shelving and pendant lights.
After Noah is a modern day treasure trove of homeware. Be sure to visit if you are in the area.
There are two dates available at Heals, London for this great weaving a basket workshop hosted by Lise Bech.
WHEN: Wed 9 May + Thurs 10 May 2018 2pm til 5pm
The Heal’s Building
196 Tottenham Court Road
Working exclusively with Scottish willow, Lise Bech shares her skills showing you how to create your own versatile basket. The Southern Upland organically grown willow you will use, provides you with a unique palette of colours. Also learn about the propagation of the willow and it’s preparation for weaving. All materials provided.