London based interiors store Decorum is full of Industrial and vintage furniture, lighting and accessories. With an online store and a shopping space in Boxpark, East London, Decorum is definately worth visiting. We love its carefully curated selection of products, offering a gorgeous collection to browse through. Choose from handmade ceramics to concrete topped tables, hanging glass picture frames to leather deckchairs.
‘With over 18 years experience in interiors and retail, I have always had a passion for good design, whether in a chair, a clock or even a spoon. Inspired by the modern classics, I want to discover our very own modern classics of today. Finding new products that stand the test of time and quality pieces to fall in love with. The profound reason for Decorum’
With the sun out and the urge to get planting in the garden, now is the perfect time to spruce up the indoors too with some greenery. This brass spun metal planter from West Elm would make the perfect edition to any living room or kitchen. Set in on the floor or a table and admire its sleek modern look.
The trend for using drinks trolleys in the home is growing with high street and designer stores alike continuing to stock great styles. The drinks trolley is a versatile, practical, movable piece of furniture that, with all the current styles available (modern, retro, antique, industrial, minimal) there’s one to suit every home and they’re aren’t just for drinks and glasses .
This handy piece of furniture is great for a multitude of uses – kitchenalia, toiletries, make up, books, as a side table, office and work goods, even shoes.
With prices up from around £50 there’s something for every budget plus hunting eBay, vintage markets or furniture charity stores can often come up trumps with some amazing prices especially when they are a little worn round the edges and need a little sanding, painting or cleaning – it’s a great upcycling project which benefits you to allow you to colour or style the piece to suit your home.
As we may have mentioned before we love concrete, its finish, its colour and there are so many creative ways to use it in the home. One fun idea we found is to use it to make 3D letters using a mould. Make words or use ititials to personalise a shelf in the home.
You can get hold of a cement mix easy enough from a DIY store and an alpahbet mould, we spotted some on amazon.co.uk.
We have always been a fan of Rockett St George lighting, with their vast range of pendants, lamps and bulbs. Always bringing something new and exciting for us to yearn over. This week our pick is this striking starburst pendant light. With its retro appearance and brass finish it is sure to make a statement in any room.