home: made [ mid century table ]
Why buy a standard bedside table when you can make your own. And no need to make it complicated. This simple mid century inspired table is made from just 4 pieces of plywood and 4 hair pin legs.
This diy make can be adapted to any size table, maybe a coffee table or console will work for you. With the addition of some wood glue, nails and a screwdriver you are good to go.
Follow the tutorial at burkatron.com
home: nice price [ Dunelm sale ]
From lighting for under a tenner to half price towels, glasses and up to fifty percent off their already low priced homeware and furniture, the Dunelm sale is a veritable feast of bargains.
Find on-trend updates for your home or stock up on homeware gifts to use throughout the year including kitchenalia, personalised pictures or candles with initials and industrial style signage – we love the wire ‘clean’ sign; perfect accessory for the bathroom!
Our favourite nine picks in the image above from as little as £2.
home: favourite thing [ clock ]
We love this vintage style Copenhagen clock from The Little House Shop. There isn’t much to say about it apart from it will look great in any room, particularly an industrial or mid century styled space.
Available now from thelittlehouseshop.co.uk [ £33 ]
home: featured [ Pitfield ]
Head to Pitfield Street, London W1 and seek out this treasure trove of both new and vintage unique pieces.
Together with its cafe, Pitfield is a pleasure to explore and a place to discover the weird and the wonderful to update interiors in your home. They even have a bug hotel for sale and offer a design service!
Find them at :
31-35 Pitfield Street, London, N1 6HB
‘Attracting the creative and curious, our eclectic emporium stocks only beautiful, unique and attention grabbing homewares. Our interiors and lifestyle shop, café and exhibition gallery presents colour, glamour, glitz and excitement. Discover vintage finds, designer wallpapers and carpets, reworked furniture, inspiring gifts and more. Browse our categories to enter a fantastical world where everything is retro and riveting, dramatic and daring.’
home: event [ Plywood: Material of the Modern World ]
This new exhibition at the V&A museum, London is a must see for design fans, particular wood lovers. This new exhibiton explores the rise of plywood in manufacturing and design, from planes to chairs.
This fascinating show is divided into three sections by significant moments in production history of the material. The invention of the rotary vaneer cutter, the indroduction of moulding techniques to form modern furniture and the advent of digital technology and cutting.
Showing now until 12 November 2017 [ free entry ]
home: found this [ dolls house ]
There are some things that shouldn’t be just for the kids (or maybe not for kids at all). For modernist, midcentury and minimalist fans, Ferm Living have reached new levels of amazing design with this incredible dolls house.
Ensure the nursery is as stylish as the rest of your home or use as an accessory in another room and display a few well chosen pieces in its rooms (like shelves).
This dolls house is beautifully crafted from plywood with clean simple lines and if it were a few times bigger we’d all want to move in.
Available from Ferm Living and stores across the UK including favourite modern children’s boutique Cissywears for around £165. A beautiful investment and piece to hand down the generations.
home: trend [ woven textures ]
If you are accessorizing your rooms this Summer, be sure to feature something woven. Its all about the texture and detail.
Consider potted plants in woven baskets and bags, heavy woven cushion covers [ think macrame ] and jute rugs. Adding these pieces into a room will bring an artisan / handmade feel and soften a space.
If you want to make more of a statement choose a woven light fitting [ There are some stunning picks online – try grahamandgreen.co.uk & rockettstgeorge.co.uk ]. Woven chairs are big this season as well, like bold rattan furniture but focusing on a smaller weave.
1. Rugs from made.com [ from £20 ]
2. Basket light from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £56 ]
3. Cushion from anthropologie.com [ £128 ]
4. Armchair from ikea.com [ £39 ]
5. Basket from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £32.50 ]
6. Bar stool from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £195 ]
7. Basket from habitat.co.uk [ £14 ]
8. Pendant light from grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £72 ]