It’s very exciting when a new range launches and especially when it’s from one of your favourite brands. This Month we see the arrival of Rockett St George’s new paint range.
It’s a glorious array of muted tones, rich greens and yellows and dark shades. You will struggle to pick a favourite!
‘A curated collection of distinctive Rockett St George tones, shades and hues in collaboration with Craig & Rose, one of the oldest established paint manufacturers in the UK, the new paint collection was curated just for you so that you can create Walls of Wonder in the home. With a large choice of unique colours ranging from beautiful earthy tones to cooling colours and of course, the expected RSG signature dark tones, paint your walls, ceilings and furniture with enduring and timeless colours that will transform your home and outdoor spaces‘
The 18 colours are available in Emulsion, Gloss and Eggshell [ from £2.50 ]
Taking inspiration from traditional homeware from the past couple of centuries, and objects and colourful patterns of the past, but with a modern twist, this trend can be a bold or subtle look depending on the colours chosen.
Bringing together your collated items from travels and things that were inherited, sitting alongside new treasured pieces. Bold patterns, rich colours and discovery of your own identity in the homeware and furniture that are styled in a room. With a cultural feel from travelling, this look can be continually added to with pieces that have a story or a personal meaning.
Home of the bargain delicious cheeses, place to get decent wine at low low prices, destination for all sorts of tasty cheaper food – but also the perfect shopping haunt for homeware and furniture with so many great pieces for the home – head to Aldi in store or online to kit out your home.
Whether your style is monochrome, marble, scandi or boho – there’s some pieces that will suit your home.
Head to Kensington, London to explore this retail, exhibition space focusing on all things Japanese.
‘Presenting the very best of Japanese art, design, gastronomy, innovation, and technology, it deepens our appreciation of all that Japan has to offer. Part of a global initiative led by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, there are two other Japan Houses in Los Angeles and São Paulo’
‘The varied offer includes an exhibition gallery, a theatre, a ﬁne-dining Japanese restaurant and a retail ﬂoor of thoughtfully curated Japanese products. This is complemented by a diverse line-up of exhibitions, events, workshops, and seminars‘