home: made [ kids crafting ]
In the current situation we are in there is a lot of time needed to entertain kids and adults alike. Are you running out of ideas?
No fear…The Merrythought has created a selection of super fun craft ideas to pass the time. These really cute objects are all made from household recycling.
Head to themerrythought.com for the full tutorials and all the details you need.
home: nice price [ glasses ]
We think these glasses from House of Fraser are rather nice, and what’s even better is they are currently on sale.
This set if 2 tumblers with brass detail are perfect for a late night tipple, or as day to day glasses
They are now £28 reduced from £40
home: favourite thing [ set of baskets ]
Ticking the boxes for practicality and design, these gorgeous baskets are perfect for office storage, in the kicthen or as planters.
This set of 3 handmade baskets from southwoodliving.com would make a lovely gift or a treat to yourself.
[ £48 ]
home: featured [ oak gallery ]
Ever seeking smaller independent art and design creatives, we came across Oak Gallery and fell in love with their simple, organic limited edition prints (originals coming soon)
They are still trading and with just a 10 day turn around, it won’t be long to wait to get your hands on one of their beautiful prints.
Find something in their collection to adorn your wall. Currently with a sale running there is many beautiful pieces at very affordable pricing.
Oak Gallery is a french studio of art prints in limited edition founded by Marine Echavidre.
The visuals are born from graphic and plastic experiments created thanks to a combination of mediums such as ink, watercolor, acrylic, collage or monotype process.
Each collection is mainly defined at first place by a natural color palette (as terracota, ochres, clay, quartz…)
The next part is dedicated to the exploration of textures and transparencies through colors and shapes.
Beyond the subject, the interest of her work is primarily focused on the composition, the unexpected associations that can appear between forms, colors and textures revealing a kind of abstact, lunar, sometimes unworldly landscapes without a specific attachment with space or time.
home: found this [ rattan chair ]
Continuing to fill our homes with beautiful rattan, we found this gorgeous chair from Zara Home.
The detail and the curved silhouette is perfect. An great addition to a garden room or outdoor lounge area.
home: follow friday [ Graham & Green ]
A favourite of ours, Graham & Green is an emporium of lovely homeware and home accessories.
Browse lighting, furniture soft furnishings and more. And find different styles including industrial and Scandi, meaning there is something for everyone.
With loads of new arrivals it’s a great time to take a look.
home: made [ planter ]
If you are lucky enough to have a small positive from the current lockdown situation and have a little more time on your hands at home, then it’s great to find some new home projects.
This wooden garden planter from Gardener’s World could be adapted in size for a garden, yard or balcony. Create a growing area for herbs, vegetables or flowers to give you food or just a little beauty at this bleak time.
This straight forward tutorial takes you step by step through creating this tiered wooden planter.
home: nice price [ prints ]
If you are looking to freshen up a wall or sideboard with some new art, then make sure you check out desenio.co.uk
A favourite of ours for gorgeous art at very good prices. Maybe you need a couple of prints to finish off a gallery wall, or you need something to freshen up your guest bedroom, then Desenio will be able to help.
With prices starting from £3.95.
home: favourite thing [ indoor planter ]
We love indoor planting and we love rattan so this new plant stand from H&M is perfect.
It is a mix of wood and rattan and would make a great urban jungle home in any room.
Bring the outdoors in.
home: featured [ Room356 ]
Based in Bolton, Room356 is an online store and physical store selling gorgeous home accessories, lighting and ceramics.
‘Mother-daughter duo, Cassie and Bev, opened Room356 in october 2014 with a shared vision to create a homeware store working closely with independent brands, designers and makers offering a curated collection of handmade goods and a real appreciation and wish to support smaller businesses and creatives’
We love the neutral colour palette running throughout the collection, and everything looks so well made and designed. You will easily find a little something to freshen up your space.
Room356 are still open for business and delivering online orders.
Head to room356.com