home: favourite thing [ bowl ]
The beautiful Bloomingville Jules Multicolour Stoneware Bowl is a lovely addition to your serve ware collection.
Use for cereal, desserts, nibbles or just for show on the kitchen shelf, with its organic toned glaze design.
£17 from Next
Handcrafted bowl in a beautiful and unique glaze, perfect for any food serving.
home: featured [ Straw London ]
London based Straw London is a beautiful store full of gorgeous homeware and in particular new & vintage baskets.
Choose from a variety of handwoven baskets, small and large. Whether it’s for picking up some local shopping or needed for laundry or logs, you will find a basket for you.
Check Straw London out online or head to their store on Columbia Road.
home: found this [ candle holder ]
There seems to be a craze right now for colourful glass candle holders, and Anthropologie have jumped on this trend.
These cool candle holders look great in bulk or on their own. Mix and match the styles on a dining table or mantelpiece.
[ from £12 ]
home: made [ vase ]
Organic shapes and wavy lines are very popular right now, especially on vases.
A big trend at the moment is curvy handled vases and it’s so easy to make your own. All you need is a basic tall glass vase, oven baked clay, adhesive and spray paint.
Take a look at this tutorial at hunker.com to get inspired and have a go.
home: nice price [ throw ]
The Selena Kantha Stitch throw is a beauty, from Urban outfitters and is currently in the sale for £53 (reduced from £89)
Layer up with other patterns on cushions in a lounge, bring texture to outdoor seating, use for last of the summer picnics or even add to your bedroom styling as a chill begins to come in the evening. This cotton throw is versatile and practical but also stylish.
Bring your sofa or bed to live with the Selene throw in a relaxing and muted tie-dye print. Made from a soft cotton fabrication with an all-over Kantha stitch effect and contrasting borders.
home: favourite thing [ candle holders ]
Make a statement with these cool blue geometric shaped candle holders from Spicer & Wood.
Available is two different designs these would make a great paring on a dining table.
[ £22 each ]
home: featured [ Winter’s Moon ]
Shop online at the gorgeous Winter’s Moon for a feast of styles of ethical, handmade and vintage gifts and homewares, from candles to cushions and enamelware to lighting – a delight of pattern, design and colour.
Founded in 2009 by Julia Grant, Winter’s Moon moved into in one of the prettiest shops in Chichester in 2020.
We are an independent gift and homewares shop selling a colourful and interesting mix of vintage, modern, handmade and fair-trade goods. Many items are created exclusively for Winter’s Moon and made here in the UK.
home: found this [ storage box ]
Our favourite material – cane, is still popular as ever across the high street. Dunelm currently have this great French Cane Wooden Storage Box, in a beautiful wood and cane mix. Perfect for magazines, books, toys even toilet rolls – this elegant way to store items around the home, would look great in any room to tidy away things out of sight.
home: follow friday [ Sun and Day ]
If you are looking for effortless boho style with a natural colour pallette, then we think Sun and Day is the perfect stop.
Their small curated collection is full of gorgeous vases, pampas grasses, rattan accessories and linen cushions.
‘Sun and Day offers a range of customised, handmade sustainable accessories including bags, shoes, hair accessories, hand fans and jewellery, which also make perfect personalised gifts. We also offer a homeware range including dried flowers and decorative home objects to compliment and elevate your interiors and tablescapes’
home: made [ concrete moulds ]
If you are interested in getting creative with concrete and making your own concrete homewares – there’s lots of mould kits across the high street and online to help produce all different shapes and styles.
Amazon is full of various mould sets with prices as low as £8.99 upwards.
Etsy is also bursting with sets with all sorts of shape designs to use.
And of course, the huge market place eBay, is also packed with sets to use. We love the circular low dish design we found.
Then head to MyFabrics or other online craft providers for small batches of concrete mix to start using your moulds and creating your pieces.
Your own pieces would make great gifts for others and also lovely to have personally designed pieces around your home. Homewares can be left the natural concrete colour or painted or sprayed once dry.