home: follow friday [ Retroverse Vintage ]
As well as fashion clothing, Retroverse Vintage has a beautifully curated selection vintage homewares, including glassware, ceramics and candle holders.
Perfect pieces for the home that would make wonderful gifts, bringing colour and style to accessorise a room, perfectly.
With a great ethos behind starting business the collection reflects the values of not choosing throw away style, and know that each piece is ethical and with history.
We hand-pick and carefully curate Vintage Clothing & Homeware from around the world. Our mission is to source the highest quality pieces whilst helping the planet one vintage piece at a time.
Founder, Ellie began her business journey 3 years ago after leaving a job in fashion buying to start Retroverse Vintage. Frustrated by the throwaway world of fast, expensive, branded consumer fashion, she felt like she was part of the problem and wanted to be part of the solution.
home: made [ palm fans ]
We absolutely love this little tutorial from The Lovely Drawer. Make yourself some gorgeous wall art by creating a palm fan.
Using an embroidery hoop, natural raffia, paper covered wire, brown paper and a glue gun, you can have fun designing and making your own fan.
A lovely way to decorate a wall in any room, and this tutorial shows you a couple of difference design options too.
home: nice price [ wall paper at Matalan ]
With prices from just £10 per roll there is plenty of wallpaper to give character and make your home beautiful with wall paper from Matalan. From varying colours of geometric patterns to botanical and jungle design, and modern marble to traditional check and floral, there’s plenty to suit all trends.
home: favourite thing [ cushions ]
Now is the perfect time to update your sofa and bed with some new cushion covers. A great way to bring new life into a room for Spring/Summer.
We love these 100% cotton cushion covers from ARKET. With a subtle colour pallete and pattern these cushions covers will work with most interiors.
[ from £29 ]
home: featured [ Anthropologie ]
Bringing colour and joy to our homes, along side the warmer weather arriving – we love Anthropologie for constantly making our homes happy, stylish and bohemian with their array of patterned, texture and colourful homewares.
Great styling pieces for indoor and outdoor living, plus plenty of practical products – all designed perfectly for function and style.
And their regular sales are not to be missed.
home: found this [ beeswax candles ]
For all your candle needs, keep it natural and eco friendly with beeswax candles from The End of The Avenue. Varying sizes and shapes, plus even natural candles for the birthday cake in numbers 0-9.
And there’s currently free postage with orders over £20 with code FREEOVER20
Explore their whole site for other lovely homewares including pottery and blankets.
Our beeswax candles are 100% natural and practically straight from the hive. We filter the wax to remove unwanted debris but add nothing to it to ensure the wax is as natural as can be. Our natural candles are all lovingly hand poured and crafted so they are ready to be burned and fill your house with the wonderful smell of beeswax.
home: follow friday [ Lillian Daph ]
What a lovely brand this is, full of gorgeous homeware, furniture and lighting.
Lillian Daph is based in Saltburn By The Sea and was started by Christina after feeling a lack of access to great design and homeware to the North East.
We love the curated collection of beautiful pieces, earthy tones and Scandinavian design.
Go check them out online and follow on Instagram.
home: made [ blanket ladder ]
Head to I Spy DIY for a brilliant tutorial for making a DIY blanket ladder.
Not only perfect for storing a few blankets close by in the cold months, but also for hanging other homewares – hanging planters, magazines, trinkets…
I Spy DIY
home: nice price [ jute basket ]
We love this jute basket from IKEA for the shear fact it’s useful, looks great and is only £2.
Use in your kitchen to store food or tea towels, or perhaps your bathroom for cloths & sponges. Whatever you want to use it for it will bring a bit of rustic charm to a room.
Unfortunately this is unavailable online currently, but fingers crossed we can get back into stores soon.
home: favourite thing [ wine picnic basket ]
There’s a whiff of warm weather in the air and we know before long it’ll be spring.
So start planning for outdoor living, adventures outdoors and eating alfresco with homewares that help to make the experiences even better.
This beautiful wine and bread basket from Anthropologie is a perfect start to creating the perfect range of goods for your Spring and Summer.