home: nice price [ macrame deck chair ]
Everyone is well on board the macrame trend and enjoying creating homewares including baskets, wall hangings and planters, from this delicate string construction, but this beautiful deckchair from French Connection takes the process to another level.
It’s a stunning mix of macrame and wood that results in a great piece of outdoor garden furniture.
Head to the French Connection home sale. This deckchair was £295 and is now £147, and for a further 20% off use code 20EXTRA
Relax outside on warmer days in the Acacia Macrame Folding Chair. A portable wooden frame holds an intricate, textured macrame seat, making for a comfortable and eye-catching chair. Easy to fold down and transport or store away, this chair is the perfect finishing touch for your garden.
home: favourite thing [ chair ]
We love this simple dining chair from frenchconnection.com. The iron frame with leather seat creates a minimilist design and comes in two different styles.
The Capri chair will fit into most interiors and is a great outdoor option.
[ £160 & £180 ]
home: featured [ artist ]
We are always looking to discover artists that’s work we admire and we’d love to adorn our walls. The work of Philip O’Dwyer is no exception.
Gorgeous architectural and often brutalist inspiration fills his ink and acrylic pieces.
See more of his work on his website or on his Instagram feed
Philip O’Dwyer is a designer and visual artist. Born in 1974 in Dublin, he lives and works in London.
‘My practice uses drawing and painting to explore personal preoccupations with the built human environment. I’m interested in the interaction between an imaginary world of building codes, patterns, and perfect industrial objects and the real world of decay, repair and individual self-expression’.
home: event [ Choose Love exhibition ]
Back for a second year, Print Club London presents an exhibition of its favourites artists and their works in order to support Help Refugees.
Artists have taken the iconic ‘Choose Love’ slogan, originally created by Katherine Hamnet in the 1980s and each created a one off piece.
‘It has so far raised over £50,000 for the charity and seen artists such as Sir Anish Kapoor, Alexa Coe, Stanley Donwood, Mustafa Halusi and Noel Fielding contributing artworks to the project. Each piece is available to buy throughout the exhibition, and then later via Print Club London’s online gallery‘
[ 26th July – 01 Aug ]
Head to somersethouse.org.uk for more details
home: found this [ garden chair ]
Beautiful investment pieces of furniture are not just for indoors.
Create a beautiful outdoor lounge area with these incredible chairs from Heals.
The Roy Cocoon chair by Vincent Sheppard was £701 and is now £595. It’s available in two colours – black or camel.
home: trend [ distressed glass ]
This year we are seeing a resurgence of antique and distressed furniture and home accessories.
Glass and mirrors have a distressed aged look to them giving them not only an antique feel, but gives interest. This trend can also stretch to the garden with large outdoor paneled mirrors.
You can also see this style on glass to tables, trays and ornaments.
Clockwise from top left:
mirror / laredoute.co.uk [ £75 ], dining table / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £695 ], round mirror / furntastic.co.uk [ £128 ], decanter / trouva.com [ £39.95 ], tray / trouva.com [ £117 ], drinks trolley / abigailahern.com [ £470 ]
home: made [ copper shelving ]
This is a gorgeous DIY from Hey Lila Hey to make a cool copper wall shelf great for any room in the house.
Copper is still very much on trend and the design can be adapted for the size and style you like.
Details, how to and all needed materials are in their blog