home: found this [ ceramics ]
Make your dining experience more beautiful with this gorgeous ‘Jardin’ floral-print china range by Vera Wang For Wedgewood available from Selfridges online or at the London store.
Prices from £26
A truly iconic brand, Wedgewood relies upon over 250 years of expertise in its premium ceramics. Collaborating with the highly-coveted designer Vera Wang on its latest collection, the Jardin range is sculpted from fine glazed china and is decorated with metallic floral accents that showcase the fashion icon’s affinity for art and oriental-inspired elegance.
home: trend [ animal adventure ]
Over the last few years we have seen animals featured heavily in home accessories and lighing, and this trend is continuing into 2020.
The more quirky the better in some opinions, but you can bring a little bit of animal into home in a less vibrant way. Think birds, safari – elephants, monkeys, zebras, as well as closer to home creatures like mice, squirrels and foxes.
Whatever your animal of choice, we recommend go bold. Pick that one piece that will turn heads and stand out in a room. Colours we have noticed popping up for this trend seem to be blues & greens.
Clock wise from top left:
Bear vase / hm.com [ £19.99 ], lamp / audenza.com [ £250 ], rabbit ornament / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £45 ], peacock head / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £120 ], zebra vase / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £60 ], mouse lamp / johnlewis.com [ £63 ], elephant ornament / habitat.co.uk [ £25 ]
home: made [ diy baubles ]
It’s easy to personalise and get creative with your Christmas decor. With so much inspiration across the internet for designs and patterns, and all the basic materials easily available.
Baubles can be used in Christmas trees, of course, but also hung from ceilings, ledges, branches – all to create a real festive feel across an interior.
Design and decorate your own baubles and make your own Christmas decor personal to your home.
For inspiration try:
And for materials head to:
home: nice price [ Christmas decorations ]
Get your Christmas fix with hm.com and their lovely selection of Christmas decorations.
Starting from £2.99 you can pick between patterned sbaubles, metal stars, paper stars, wooden trees and more.
Head to hm.com or pop into one of their stores.
home: favourite thing [ wall light ]
Dutchbone are a fantastic brand for homeware and furniture, and this cool vintage Midcentury style wall light is no exception to their continued design of great products.
You can shop this wall lamp and other products from Dutchbone at huge interiors online store Naken.
home: featured [ Caro ]
Based in Bruton, Somerset, Caro is an independent store full of gorgeous homeware and lifestyle items.
With a strong style and ethos Caro is a must visit if in the area. If not, then be sure to look them up online. The website is a joy to navigate showcasing a lovely collection of products, all working together with a subtle colour pallete and Scandinavian influences.
‘Located on Bruton High Street, we offer objects for life and home sourced from around the globe. Our ethos is to provide a service rooted with knowledge, care and attention’
More than just a shop, Caro has an event space, as well as a B&B. A perfect retreat to explore the gorgeous surroundings and combine a little retail therapy.
home: event [ Heals Christmas Party ]
Fancy getting in the Christmas spirit? Our favourite homeware and interiors store Heals is having a party.
Join everyone at their Tottenham Court Road store on Thursday 5th December between 6pm and 9pm.
The store will welcome you with festive drinks, foods, music and creative workshops, together with a 15% of their Christmas range it promises to be a great night.
home: found this [ ceramics ]
We spotted these gorgeous ceramics on insidestoreldn.com and fell in love with their patterns and colour.
Each plate is hand made and the full range includes a round side plate, oval side plate, a cup, and a bowl.
Lovely gift ideas for Christmas!
Available now at insidestoreldn.com
[ from £9 ]
home: trend [ nature calls ]
Nature calls; feel the call of the wild, getting back to nature, bringing the outdoors in but you don’t have to step outside.
Embrace the bold trend of nature and botanical inspired patterns, prints, illustrations and designs in homewares.
A trend that can be layered up to great a bold effect but also gently introduced with a few nature inspired homewares or a single wall of wallpaper.
Botanical interiors / Chair, £149 Dunelm / wallpaper, £98 John Lewis
Nature calls interiors / Rug, £262.50 La Redoute / Chair, £25 Trouva
Curtain, £45 Dunelm / Wallpaper, £36 MuralsWallpaper / Wallpaper, £72 JoyfulWallpaperCompany
home: made [ Christmas wreath ]
Today’s post is all about this gorgeous door wreath combining pine cones & leaves, which you can then decorate with vivid colours.
Pick the colour pallete that works with your home. By simply cutting the cones in half you create a really lovely flower design. You can then paint random cones as you like.
Full tutorial at thehousethatlarsbuilt.com