home: found this [ chair ]

home: found this [ chair ]

What a thing of beauty – sculptural, with the smoothness of concrete, a wonderful silhouette. The Hauteville low armchair may have a high price tag but this is like art to invest in.

£750 from Tin Design

They say;

In praise of the raw material, the shell construction, concrete and rebar. Refined by a technicality increasingly sophisticated, the Hauteville low armchair is a contemporary image of the low armchair of the 50’s. Unexpected flexibility and comfort. We Tin gals held a meeting on these for an hour or so, they were so comfortable we decided to stock the range! A lifetime investment.

home: found this [ DEKORERA collection – IKEA ]

home: found this [ DEKORERA collection – IKEA ]

A new collection from IKEA always gets us excited, and this new one called DEKORERA is a cool, moody selection that is perfect for right now.

‘As the holidays approach and the nights lengthen, we’re reminded of the dark, brooding portraits and still-lifes that typify the art of 17th century Dutch master painters like Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals, full of swirling, golden light, playful domestic scenes, and shadowy corners’

Combining the colours and style of these artists with Scandinavian craftsmanship the DEKORERA collection is a winner for winter.

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home: found this [ toolbox ]

home: found this [ toolbox ]

When a product is practical and beautiful it’s a winner in our eyes.

The Toyo Toolbox T-190 from Nook would make a lovely gift. It’s a practical piece of storage but would look great adorning any sideboard, shelf or cupboard. And toolboxes aren’t just for tools – they are excellent storage for paints, make up, jewellery, toiletries… all sorts.

They say;

This coated metal toolbox is stack-able with an attached hinged lid. Use to store tools or stationery. Made in Japan.

home: found this [ sugar bowl ]

home: found this [ sugar bowl ]

We found this little beautiful lidded sugar bowl at Nordic Nest. The Bernadotte sugar bowl with spoon ‘from Georg Jensen was inspired by Sigvard Bernadotte’s early works from the 1940s. The bowl features a polished, classically grooved surface that adds a gentle touch of luxury to this otherwise everyday object. Let the set stand on its own as a gorgeous detail on your table or combine it with other products from the Bernadotte series for a brilliant matching aesthetic’

The bowl is currently on offer at £67, reduced from £75.

home: found this [ ARKET ]

home: found this [ ARKET ]

We love what ARKET offer, with their simply styled homeware and accessories.

We particularly love their ceramics and there is lots of new arrivals to choose from. With vases, candle holders, plates and more there is sure to be something you like.

With prices from £12 it’s all very accessible.

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home: found this [ tray ]

home: found this [ tray ]

Why not have some art and practical homeware all in one.

The stunning handmade pieces of london based creative Georgia Bosson find there way into the shop at The Tate. Maybe even too good to use but these incredible individual handmade trays could be a work of art to adorn your wall.

They say;

In greys, reds and blues complementing the natural birch plywood, Georgia Bosson’s contemporary design Merida makes this large round wooden tray a stylish and colourful addition to your tableware.

home: found this [ house shelf ]

home: found this [ house shelf ]

Found this great little house shelving unit in Hobbycraft. Such a fun feature for a room to keep all your collected trinkets in or tiny toys and figures in a kids room.

It would be great left in simple plain wood but there would be lots of decorative ideas and projects that could work.

Staining the wood to and alternative colour could make it sit well against other woods in the room. It would work well painted – a dark tone to make items pop, the colour of a wall to blend it in or pick a highlight colour from other accessories already in the room or pull a colour from the wall paper or patterned textiles.

In a kids room in could become a mini dolls home with different colours all over, maybe patterns papers on each back wall and decorating it could even be a great project for the whole family.

Hobbycraft would be full of all the things you’d need to start but also tester pots from DIY stores would give a perfect range of colours to choose from.

home: found this [ rug ]

home : found this [ rug ]

With the strong trend for figurative and face illustrations on homeware, we love this beautiful Khark rug from Made.com at £299.

It is a hand tufted wool rug, which will bring a point of interest to a room, with its linear illustrations of abstract faces.

Stand out in a minimalist white room or clash and compliment with other patterns in a maximalist interior.