home: found this [ BHS lighting ]
With its online comeback firmly established BHS is as stronger than ever in homeware, including gorgeous lighting.
Their new selection includes smoked glass pendants, rattan shades and drop cap lights.
What BHS does well is give us style and quality at a really great price. Be sure to head to bhs.com to check them out.
home: trend [ leather ]
Leather in the home doesn’t have to be restricted to your favourite worn armchair or the odd cushion. Leather is appearing in many more home accessories, furniture and homeware this season.
Leather detailing is big news – trims, edgings, frames, mirror surrounds, and growing in popularity – handles.
The perfect way to update wardrobes, kitchens or a cupboard is with the replacement of the handles – and leather loops or arches are the most on trend way right now.
Leather is great to integrate in many ways – a few frames in a gallery wall, a vase in a cluster or even a leather tray with a collection of homeware on it.
1 Head board (price depending on size) LoveLeather
2 Leather Frames (various prices) Byron & Brown
3 Zeke Desk £699 Made.Com
4 Leather Handles £11.56 AllHandlesAndPulls
5 Eichholtz York Bench £2025.00 Houseology
6 Faux leather tray £39 Shrops Design
7 Hanging Vase £8.95 Graham & Green
8 Leather Vase £22.96 Studio Monstera (Etsy)
home: found this [ jujujust ]
Possibly the most incredible find. There is nothing that can quite compare in the world of wall hangings to the works of the amazing Jujujust. Follow her on Instagram to find out when new pieces are being added to the Etsy store.
Her spectacular woven creations boasting incredible colour, texture and pattern are inspirational and a definite worthwhile investment. Make a statement in a room with these pieces of art.
Judit Just is the talent behind the brand, originally from Barcelona but now living in the US, she’s crafted from being a little girl inspired by her mother.
home: made [ punch rug art ]
We spotted this gorgeous DIY project on fallfordiy.com and it’s pretty simple to achieve. These punch rug art works can be hung on the wall or lent on a shelf, either way they look great and will bring interest to a room [ kids & adults ].
The shopping list for this tutorial is quite small – embroidery hoop, yarn, hessian fabric and a punch rug needle – and it is for beginners, so we can all give it a go.
home: made [ candle holder ]
Today we share this fun little make from burkatron.com – one of our favourite DIY blogs.
This simple candle holder is made from a large wooden bead, thats it. Cut a hole big enough for a candle and paint it any colour to suit your home, perfect for a dining table.
home: favourite thing [ shelving unit ]
We love this mesh storage unit from roseandgrey.co.uk. The simple stylish design finished in black will work in any room. Fill with books, plants and ornaments, showing off your favourite things.
Available in two sizes [ £115 & £185 ]
home: featured [ The Restoration ]
This London based store is a treasure trove of goodies for the home. The Restoration is an online store with a showroom in Stoke Newington, full of vintage and bespoke furniture, home accessories and lighting.
The website has a well put together collection of items, old & new with emphasis on vintage and Mid Century. The Restoration also offers an upholstery service, all carried out in their London workshop.
Our favourites include their basket range, rugs and sofas.