home: found this [ magazine rack ]
If you like your interiors modern then this black iron magazine rack should tick the box.
The curved wire design gives a nod to mid century design and perfect for holding a selection of your favourite publications.
[ £48 ]
Available now from grahamandgreen.co.uk
home: made [ boho mirror ]
This lovely DIY project is pretty straight forward and a great way to put your own mark on a room.
Using a basic round mirror, a wood craft circle and some yarn you can begin to plan your design.
This mirror would be perfect for a kids room or bedroom. And the great thing is you can make it any colour you like!
home: nice price [ runner ]
Gorgeous vintage style patterned runner, and at just £24.95 for the 60 x 240cm (but available in various sizes) it’s a very affordable way to get some underfoot warmth.
Amazon from £12.95 to £79.95
home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]
This gorgeous rattan light is a must for any living room or bedroom. Make a statement with this tiered design light from French Connection.
It’s natural colour means it will work with most interiors and it will stand the test of time with its retro design.
[ £150 ]
home: featured [ FoundLand ]
Our favourite new find is FoundLand store. Quirky, original and full to the rafters of gifts and homeware that you would be hard pushed to easily find elsewhere.
Think of us as your upmarket general store, with an international goods aisle and a smutty top-shelf thrown in for good measure.
We’re Sarah and Arthur, and we run the emporium from London town. Having earned our crusts in retail, running the Monocle webshop and sourcing for some of the major gallery shops in London, we have the inside knowledge on where to find the best gifts across the globe. The hard-to-find, the new releases, the limited editions, the stuff which no-one else has. We pride ourselves on selling exclusive products, and we stock only goodies which we have and we want in our own lives. From traditional Japanese brooms to brassy Italian stationery to wooden spoons hand-carved in an English forest, we’ve found it and now you can find it here too.
home: found this [ poster ]
We all need more art for our walls, right?
Definitely need to make room for this great print from FoundLand . This witty and appropriate print is just the perfect addition to a gallery wall.
Text and typography are still a strong trend and in prints they can compliment and break up a wall of image based works. Also ticks the minimal and monochrome boxes too so an easy (and amusing) fit for a home.
home: follow friday [ KAGU Interiors ]
Based in Kent, KAGU Interiors is a gorgeous store full of homeware, furniture and accessories sourced from all over the world.
Founder Ben Stokes has created a wonderfully curated selection, all with a global feel and natural colour palette.
Be sure to follow KAGU Interiors on Instagram as well as popping over to their online store.
home: made [ macrame ]
Needing a new project for January? Need to fill those long hours of lockdown with a project? Or just fancy making something personal for your home or for a gift?
Learning macrame can be therapeutic, enjoyable and result in a new skill.
We found some great tools to help you on your journey.
My French Twist is great for teaching the basics to start you off on your making – snd of of course, with a French twist.
The Spruce Crafts help you to master the seven basic knots to master macrame.
We love this beautiful inspirational Macrame book from Wish at just £14.
And for modern approach the Emily Katz book available from Amazon is great. It’s the ultimate guide, bursting at the seams with ideas to create items for the home.
home: favourite thing [ Black & Barn pantry jars ]
If you are looking to get more organised in the kitchen and ensure everything looks well thought out, stylish but also practical, we absolutely love the range of jars and canisters at Black & Barn.
There’s a mix of styles, sizes and finishes to choose from as well as different labelling options.
Explore their site for the full range also including bathroom and utility storage too.
home: featured [ West Elm ]
A favourite homeware store of ours is West Elm, with its array of mid-century & modern designs.
Find lighting, furniture, accessories and soft furnishings, all with a subtle colour pallete. West Elm is full of pieces that are going last a lifetime and sometimes you just need to treat yourself to something you love.
Our favourite include their storage furniture and lighting.