home: favourite thing [ planter ]
Make more of a statement for your indoor planting with this gorgeous large brass look planter from Audenza. The weave imprint gives texture and it’s rich tone and beautiful metallic finish is perfect for the modern home easily sitting with many current interiors trends – metallics, monochrome, traveller, natural… such a versatile piece of homeware.
home: featured [ West Elm ]
A firm favourite of ours, West Elm is the place to go for modern Mid Century inspired furniture, gorgeous ceramics & tableware, and beautiful soft furnishings.
With the flagship store located on Tottenham Court Road, London, you can lose yourself in the vast array of products. With regular discounts and sales you can be sure to pick up a bargain too.
We share [above] our favourite new arrivals.
home: event [ Ideal Home Show ]
It’s not too late to book your tickets for the Ideal Home Show which runs from 22nd March to the 7th April at Olympia in London. Book your tickets HERE
From inspiring ideas, to innovative products and on-trend solutions for your home, the Ideal Home Show sponsored by Zoopla, brings together full scale show homes, over 600 companies, 100’s of free talks, the latest technology and fresh ideas from our team of experts. The show will also offer health and wellbeing advice, and an opportunity to be pampered, all for the price of your ticket. We are also excited to reveal that this year’s show will celebrate its British roots with a best of British theme!
home: found this [ throw ]
This woven cotton mix throw from anthropologie.com is a great addition to any room. The stripes and oversized pom poms add a touch of fun and cosiness.
Available in 2 other colour ways and only £58
home: trend [ crittal windows ]
The look of slim profile, notably black, aluminium window frames, often broken down into small panes of glass, are based on the beautiful and historic ‘Crittall’ windows.
It’s an elegant stylish look. It allows a lot of light to flow yet still acts as a screening with the framework.
It’s also a look that can be used internally – double doors between rooms, doors that can allow more light into a darker room or even shower screens.
Crittal Windows Ltd is a notable English manufacturer of steel-framed windows, today based in Witham, Essex, close to its historic roots in the county.
Originally developed in 1884 by Essex ironmonger Francis Henry Crittall, they were first manufactured in the UK in 1889. Only windows made by Crittall Windows Limited can legally be called Critall. However, rightly or wrongly, the term is often used in a general way to refer to black steel-framed windows
There are many brands doing in-the-style-of Crittall. Crittall is the best and authentic to get the perfect look of these windows but it is an expensive product and using it her companies producing a similar look is often a far more cost effective way of achieving the look on a lower budget.
Companies including The Heritage Window Company and Bespoke Glazing Design Ltd supply actual Crittall windows as well as other aluminium styles and come with excellent reviews.
home: made [ plant pots ]
This is a great idea for turning some pvc pipe sockets into convincing granite pots.
With a little spray paint and some creativity, this simple make will look the part on any shelf.
Head to almostmakesperfect.com for all the details and the tutorial.
home: nice price [ planters ]
Filling your home with plants is aesthetically pleasing, has health benefits and also is a chance to have some gorgeous free standing planters around the house.
Head to Matalan for some amazing designs of planters with great prices – starting at just £5!
There’s lots of styles; minimalist, midcentury, Scandi and all make great features for a room.