home: recommends [ Mia Fleur ] 

home: recommends [ Mia Fleur ]

Full of gorgeous, on trend homeware and furniture, Mia Fleur is one of the best curated online stores. 

They go that extra length to not only offer a range of beautiful products but show ways to style – from accessories that would sit along side, paint colours that compliment the item,  and now even collate vignettes of products that you can buy as a set to recreate the whole styled look in your home. 

Create the perfect stylish, inviting and homely home by using their guides and advice. 

Every room is catered for including the garden; with an incredible range of garden furniture, planters, accessories and lanterns to ensure your outside space, whatever size, looks as good as all your indoor spaces. 

We’ve picked our current favourite 9 (see picture) but there’s endless items to treat your home to an update. 


home: made [ mason jars ] 

home: made [ mason jars ] 

We love a crafting or DIY project and this super book brings together 35 brilliant projects using mason jars and other glass containers.

‘Crafting with Mason Jars and other Glass Containers: Over 35 simple and beautiful upcycling projects’ 

This book explores methods and makes for great lighting, storage, gifts, kitchenalia, table settings, wedding ideas and so much more. With easy and building to slightly more complex tutorials, it’s a lovely way to improve your crafting skills and give you a great repertoire of ideas to use for many occasions and interiors 

RRP £12.99

Currently on Amazon at £9.54 

home: nice price [ blankets ]

home: nice price [ blankets ]

If you’re looking for good quality soft furnishings at a great price then head to hm.com. We popped into a store last week and were very impressed with their blankets and throws. With a varied selection of soft cotton and acrylic, and majority coming in under £30 you are sure to find one you love.

Try and get into a selected store to see the full range or alternatively head to hm.com. [ There is also a great 70% off sale currently on ]

home: recommends [ Future and Found ]

home: recommends [ Future and Found ]

Nestled behind a parade of shops opposite Tufnell Park station, London is Future and Found, a contemporary scandinavian influenced store full of gifts, homeware, and stationary.

Owned and run by Andrea Bates, she has created a carefully curated collection of trend led items all with a clean coordinated theme running through. The simple yet stunning pieces include brands such as HAY, Muuto, Louise Madzia ceramics, Studio Esinem prints plus many many more.


Our favourites include the HAY furniture, ceramics full of vibrant prints and textiles including cushions, throws and rugs.

Follow @futureandfound on Instagram and Facebook.

home: favourite thing [ sofa ] 

home: favourite thing [ sofa ] 

We love the smooth curves, retro leg shape and soft outback leather of the new Seattle sofa from Made.com

Their price for this premium leather sofa is £749

Visualising bohemian throws and ikat or kilim cushions strewn on and around for a real laid back style. Compliment with textured rich pattern rugs and other dark wood furniture. 

Also available is a matching armchair 

home: featured [ Molly Meg ]

home: featured [ Molly Meg ]

Today we bring you brand that focuses on kids. Molly Meg is an independent children’s store with design led items established in 2009 by Molly Price. The online shop and bricks & mortar store in Islington, London feature a selection of furniture, home decoration, toys, gifts & party supplies, all with innovative design and function. There is a definite brand image running through the collections influenced heavily through simple Scandinavian design with a monochrome colour pallete [ don’t worry there is a lot of colour aswell ].


Molly Meg offers gorgoeus pieces that you wouldn’t usually find in other shops, with some that adults will love for themselves.
Our favourite products include the Buddy & Bear tableware, Nobodinoz Teepees and wall stickers.


Molly Meg
111 Essex Road
London N1 2SL

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 10am-6pm
Sunday 11am-4pm

home: event [ flower arranging ] 

home: event [ flower arranging ]  

Learn to create beautiful flower arrangements with this incredible opportunity at the Academy of Flowers on their Covent Garden Experience. 

A one day course, for £240, sees you start your day early in Covent Garden wholesale flower market before heading the the academy to learn to arrange and hand tie beautiful bouquets

29 July 2016

8am – 4pm 

Book your place here : https://www.academyofflowers.com/content/covent-garden-experience

home: found this [ HAM stickers ] 

home: found this [ HAM stickers ]

What is there not to love about a silhouette rabbit jumping around in different sinarios. HAM is the brand behind these fun images, up until now available on ceramics, cards and prints.

‘HAM follows the contented life of Rabbit – capturing his daily adventures, sporting escapades and social outings in silhouette form on a range of carefully crafted ceramics, wall art and paper goods.’

New to the collection are wall stickers – perfect for kids bedroom [ and adults ].
There are nine designs to choose from including Seesawing Rabbit, DJ Rabbit and Superhero Rabbit [ £55 each ].


home: trend [ marble ] 

home: trend [ marble ] 

Marble is cool, clean and calming in an interior. It can add an extra dimension to white interiors and sits perfectly with the current popular copper, metallic and pastel trends. 

It can be introduced in a subtle or strong way. 

For a big impact use on walls or floor. There are some great modern marble wall papers and marble tiles can be effective on both walls and floors. We found some incredibly affordable vinyl self adhesive tiles from B&Q that would be a cost effective, quick way to introduce marble into a room. Tiles can be a great alternative to feature wall paper for a focus in a room. 

For subtle hints of marble use small homewares including vases, dishes, trays or even a small feature shelf to add a little of this trend to a room. To combine a few great trends try using a large marble tray on a white coffee table with a cluster selection of candles in metallic or copper holders – to make a central feature to your lounge. 

1. Using a splash back of marble can lift a minimal white kitchen with a gentle touch of texture.

2. Ferm Living marble wallpaper / £59.95 Naken 

3. Marble night light holders / from £6.95 / Rigby + Mac 

4. Marble rectangle ceramic plate / £6.99 / H&M 

5. Marble melamine tray / £16.00 / Mia Fleur 

6. Marble, glass  + iron trolley / £395 / Oliver Bonas 

home: recommends [ Peastyle ] 

home: recommends [ Peastyle ] 

In their words ‘scandi, minimalist and fun’, the lovely PeaStyle online store brings us a wealth of gorgeous homeware and furniture. 

Based in the Vale of Glamorgon, South Wales, this brand has a great eye for curating a range of goods for the home with quality, price and style all a key focus. 

Our favourite picks from their current range are their concrete tables and their well priced gorgeous selection of runners and rugs. We also love the ever popular Le Sac En Papier storage bags that are so versatile for storage and even make great plant pots! 

Follow them @pea_style on Instagram or on Facebook