home: featured [ La Redoute ]

home: featured [ La Redoute ]

One of our favourites for homeware is La Redoute, so we’ve been picking our favourites from the current collection (see picture). There’s a wealth of trend aware pieces to choose from and now get 40% off with code BLACKFRIDAY at the checkout. It’s the perfect time to make an investment in statement pieces (including the rug that even had its own instagram feed!) with this huge discount.

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home: featured [ Present & Correct ]

home: featured [ Present & Correct ]

If you love stationery then you must check out Present & Correct. Launched in 2009 this store showcases a collection which is not only nostalgic but modern in design.

We love the vintage accessories sitting alongside graph paper notebooks and 1970s erasers, plywood storage tray and rubber stamp set.  The curated collection is beautifully designed, with everything workinh together and there is a real identity running through.

‘It’s a showcase for the things we have enjoyed since school. A long-term obsession with stationery has culminated in a constantly evolving store. Paper and office objects which are inspired by homework, the post office and school’

Visit presentandcorrect.com

home: featured [ House of Fraser ] 

home: featured [ House of Fraser ] 

A familiar sight on big town high streets is favourite department store House of Fraser. Head online or to your closest store to discover what’s new in for Autumn/Winter in their generous homeware and interiors department. 

With big brands, own brands and designer brands, and a large range of pricing and styles so there’s something for everyone. Explore the kitchen department for beautifully designed plates and glassware; modern stylish designs in lighting; scented candles galore to make perfect Christmas presents; furniture, art, cushions, bedding, kitchenalia, towels, cutlery, the list goes on. 

Gorgeous range of ‘Biba’ homewares available
There’s always great special offers, sales and even a rewards card to ensure shopping there is even more worth while. 

See main picture for our favourite picks!

Top row 

Plumen Light £125 / Waterford Dish £175 / Linea Throw £45

Middle row

Kenzo Cushion Cover £45 / Ellen Degeneres Set of Plates £35 / Waterford Pair of glasses £60 

Bottom row 

Nesting jugs £35 / W Collection Bowl £170 / Salted Caramel Sauce £5 

home: featured [ This Modern Life ]

home: featured [ This Modern Life ]

We don’t often feature kids stores, but thought it was about time we did, especially as one of us has just welcomed a new member to her family.

We came across thismodernlife.co.uk and fell in love. Full of monochrome and pattern, the gorgeous designs of lighting, soft furnishings and accessories will compliment any room.

Launched in 2011 as The Modern Baby by Suzanne & Danny, this online store as grown and evolved as their family has, searching out products that will bring fun and joy to your home.

‘We combine modern, retro and vintage inspired items. We are passionate about supporting other small businesses, and aim to continually increase our stock of eco friendly products. We genuinely love what we do here, and we want you to be excited by our expanding range of home wares and decor – we have lots of plans for the future!’

thismodernlife.co.uk

home: featured [ Styled By Naomi ] 

home: featured [ Styled By Naomi ]

Not just for the kids room, Styled By Naomi’s beautiful range of handmade wooden decor can be the perfect addition to any room. These adorable hand painted pieces range from cute pears to beaded garlands and fun other wooden shaped creations, as well as delicate dream catchers. 

Perfect for gifts and very well priced considering they’re beautifully, individually created pieces. 



SBN was founded by Naomi who designs and styles products by hand from scratch. As far as possible the resources are made and sourced in the UK only. We believe in sourcing responsibly and being sustainable.

home: featured [ ARKET ]

home: featured [ ARKET ]

It is always exciting when a new brand hits the high street, intrigued to see how they are going to stand out from the rest. Well ARKET is the name, and it already has a good head start, coming from the H&M family.

With H&M Home doing so well at the moment with well designed, well made pieces at great prices its the perfect time to introduce the new brand.

Regent St store

The online range is well put together, if a little limited. You will though find some gorgeous items from kitchenware to vases to soft furnishings. Our advice is to head to the flagship store on Regent St, London. Here you will get the full ARKET experience. A stripped back, simple collection which is sustainable, durable and timeless.

‘A modern-day market that offers essential products for men, women, children and the home, ARKET stores also include a café based on the New Nordic Food Manifesto. ARKET’s mission is to democratise quality through widely accessible, well-made, durable products, designed to be used and loved for a long time’

Arket.com

 

home: featured [ goodhood store ] 

home: featured [ Goodhood Store ] 

Step inside the (virtual) doors of The Goodhood store lifestore department and fall into the trap of wanting everything. With so many amazing home and interiors brands in one place with ‘affordable all the way to treat yourself’ prices for their amazingly curated range of homewares, it’s hard to say no. 

Explore ceramics, kitchenware, candles, soft furnishings and with brands like Hay being a focal line it’s obvious to see style and design ethos behind their curation, but also some products have a fun edge with pieces including the crazy candles from Olga Goose for £48 and the incredible Parra x Case Studio ‘Give Up’ Tomato Lamp for £308. 

They say: 

Started in 2007 Goodhood is an award winning multi brand retailer selling over 200 brands across menswear, womenswear, lifestyle and cosmetics. Our aim is to cultivate our unique vision of effortless life style and redefine the idea of luxury living. Our curational buying ensures every product has a story and relevance to our ethos. We actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry. 

The Goodhood Store remains unique in its brand identity, its culture, its level of service and as a space men and women can both find the best of a worldwide curated selection of goods.

 The Goodhood Store reviews : 

“Their curational style of buying continues to give them the edge.” Jason Jules, Garmsville.

“True independent spirit in today’s retail landscape is something worth celebrating, and East London’s Goodhood brings it in a way that’s deeply focused.” Gary Warnett, Gwarizm.

“This backstreet boutique has quietly gone about its business and evolved in to one of the finest independent stores in the capital.” Steve Salter, i-D.
“An unfaillingly cool edit of clothes.” Dan Jones, Time Out.