home: found this [ rattan chair ]
Following on from our trend post yesterday, this gorgeous rattan chair caught our eye. This 1970s inspired chair from Graham & Green is perfect as a stand alone office chair or combined with others around a dining table.
The dark elm wood makes it a great addition to any scheme and room.
Available now from grahamandgreen.co.uk
[ £198 ]
home: found this [ cabinet ]
If you haven’t been into H&M home recently, then now is the time to go. There is so much to love, including this sliding door cabinet made with an ash vaneer and pine front.
Available now from hm.com [ £199.99 ]
There is also a smaller bedside table in the range [ £119.99 ]
home: favourite thing [ Moses basket ]
New arrival on the way or looking for a beautiful gift for a baby shower?
New in at Zara is this beautiful rattan Moses basket. It would make the perfect first bed for any new arrival and is a lovely piece of furniture for any home.
Moses basket and mattress £199.99
home: trend [ animal adventure ]
Over the last few years we have seen animals featured heavily in home accessories and lighing, and this trend is continuing into 2020.
The more quirky the better in some opinions, but you can bring a little bit of animal into home in a less vibrant way. Think birds, safari – elephants, monkeys, zebras, as well as closer to home creatures like mice, squirrels and foxes.
Whatever your animal of choice, we recommend go bold. Pick that one piece that will turn heads and stand out in a room. Colours we have noticed popping up for this trend seem to be blues & greens.
Clock wise from top left:
Bear vase / hm.com [ £19.99 ], lamp / audenza.com [ £250 ], rabbit ornament / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £45 ], peacock head / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £120 ], zebra vase / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £60 ], mouse lamp / johnlewis.com [ £63 ], elephant ornament / habitat.co.uk [ £25 ]
home: event [ Macrame Christmas Wreath ]
Take some time out to enjoy a macrame workshop with London Craft Club. This wreath making class combines the traditional with a modern interpretation.
You will learn all the techniques during the workshop and enjoy a glass of fizz. All materials are provided and of course you get to take your creation home with you.
Hurry. Only one date left – 7th Dec
[ £59 ]
home: made [ magazine ladder ]
This modern looking magazine stand is really simple to make and ticks the boxes of practicality & style.
Using a couple of pre cut strips of wood and three metal towl rails, you can create this quirky magazine ladder. Perfect for a kids bedroom or study.
Full tutorial at hunker.com