home: featured [ Anthropologie ]
Bringing colour and joy to our homes, along side the warmer weather arriving – we love Anthropologie for constantly making our homes happy, stylish and bohemian with their array of patterned, texture and colourful homewares.
Great styling pieces for indoor and outdoor living, plus plenty of practical products – all designed perfectly for function and style.
And their regular sales are not to be missed.
home: found this [ beeswax candles ]
For all your candle needs, keep it natural and eco friendly with beeswax candles from The End of The Avenue. Varying sizes and shapes, plus even natural candles for the birthday cake in numbers 0-9.
And there’s currently free postage with orders over £20 with code FREEOVER20
Explore their whole site for other lovely homewares including pottery and blankets.
Our beeswax candles are 100% natural and practically straight from the hive. We filter the wax to remove unwanted debris but add nothing to it to ensure the wax is as natural as can be. Our natural candles are all lovingly hand poured and crafted so they are ready to be burned and fill your house with the wonderful smell of beeswax.
home: follow friday [ Lillian Daph ]
What a lovely brand this is, full of gorgeous homeware, furniture and lighting.
Lillian Daph is based in Saltburn By The Sea and was started by Christina after feeling a lack of access to great design and homeware to the North East.
We love the curated collection of beautiful pieces, earthy tones and Scandinavian design.
Go check them out online and follow on Instagram.
home: made [ blanket ladder ]
Head to I Spy DIY for a brilliant tutorial for making a DIY blanket ladder.
Not only perfect for storing a few blankets close by in the cold months, but also for hanging other homewares – hanging planters, magazines, trinkets…
I Spy DIY
home: nice price [ jute basket ]
We love this jute basket from IKEA for the shear fact it’s useful, looks great and is only £2.
Use in your kitchen to store food or tea towels, or perhaps your bathroom for cloths & sponges. Whatever you want to use it for it will bring a bit of rustic charm to a room.
Unfortunately this is unavailable online currently, but fingers crossed we can get back into stores soon.
home: favourite thing [ wine picnic basket ]
There’s a whiff of warm weather in the air and we know before long it’ll be spring.
So start planning for outdoor living, adventures outdoors and eating alfresco with homewares that help to make the experiences even better.
This beautiful wine and bread basket from Anthropologie is a perfect start to creating the perfect range of goods for your Spring and Summer.
home: featured [Mini Moderns ]
A firm favourite of ours, Mini Moderns is the go to store for Mid-Century design and pattern.
With their huge range of in-house designed wallpapers, soft furnishings and accessories Keith & Mark from Mini Moderns have created a stunning range. A collection that takes you back in time, but with a modern twist.
What we love about Mini Moderns is the story behind every pattern. Keith & Mark show passion through their designs and want to share their memories with us.
‘MADE IN THE UK BY NICE PEOPLE. At Mini Moderns we like to produce in the UK whenever possible. All our wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, tea towels and bags are made in the UK by people with whom we’ve developed long-standing relationships. Producing in the UK also helps to keep our carbon footprint down, by minimising the number of journeys a product makes before it gets to you’
With the success of the brand being sold through other outlets and homeware stores the boys have now got their first book published. Mid-Century Modern Living takes us in a journey through pattern and design and shows us how to bring the timeless Mid-Century style into our own homes.
A great brand with a great ethos, be sure to follow on Instagram and check them out at minimoderns.com
home: follow friday [ Wandalust ]
Beautiful shades in a variety of colours. We love these incredible statement pieces from Wanda through Wandalust .
The whole site is not just about these super shades but there’s links to political and charity work so far more to this talented brand.
Read up on latest work and charity suggestions to support plus there’s also a cookery book that has been launched!
With an incredible design and interiors background it’s no wonder there’s so much behind Wandalust that has come together to create the brand.
home: made [ DIY Valentines ]
With a couple of days to go until Valentine’s day, why not add some extra love in your home with a personalised gift.
Make and craft some fun Valentine’s inspired gifts & decorations for your loved ones. It’s also great for getting the kids involved.
Check out goodhousekeeping.com with loads of easy tutorials.
home: nice price [ eco kitchen towel ]
We are often looking for ways to both be more environmentally friendly and purse friendly. They can go hand in hand as if something is reusable then even though there’s an initial outlay, in the long run it will save money as it does not need to be bought again.
These reusable (washable) kitchen rolls from WearthLondon are the perfect addition to your kitchen to be cost effective and planet friendly.
Handmade in the UK with highly absorbent organic terry cotton, this reusable kitchen roll is great at mopping up spills and rubbing up grime with a biowashed linen blend side, ideal for shining surfaces and using with cleaning products.
These eco-friendly kitchen rolls are available in 4 minimal colours – Peach, Mustard, Sandalwood & Navy.
Each sheet of this washable kitchen roll comes with poppers so they can be wrapped around a kitchen roll holder.
6 sheets per order with option to add eco-friendly rubberwood roll holder (pictured) for £6.