This year has seen an array of colour in the home including yellow, blue, berry red, green and pink.
Sometimes a combination of colours seems so random but somehow works and this time round its green & pink. They have had their moment as stand alone accent colours, but now try and mix the two and witness the gorgeous result.
Pale, moss, apple, olive, whatever the shade of green, there is a pink to compliment. Paler shades of pink can look great next to richer greens.
Add some metalics like gold and brass to bring a lux feel, in accessories and chair legs. There are no rules to colour, it’s a very personal choice. We can only inspire and share what we are loving right now, and this colour combination is one of the best.
Tie dye has made many comebacks over the years, but it still manages to stay popular. If you are looking for an easy way to jazz up some cushions and bring some fun to a space this is definitely worth giving a go.
With different techniques to get various patterns tie dye is great fun. We have found a fab tutorial from abeautifulmess.com for you to get inspired.
With their simple design and matt black finish these floating shelves will look great in any room. Fill them with vases, ornaments and plants, with the 3D shape acting as a frame to show your processions off.
Available from One World these shelves come as a set of two in square or rectangular.
A haven of perfect vintage, midcentury and Scandinavian design under one roof. The range of superb condition vintage pieces at PIB is extensive and includes chairs, tables, lighting, storage, and more.
Style, Quality, and Everlasting: The PIB Concept
PIB was founded because we couldn’t find furniture which combined style & quality online. The products were either of bad quality, badly presented or in the middle of long lists with no coherence of styles.
Currently there are great ‘back to school’ special discounts on various pieces running until 25th September.
‘The London Artisan offer’s a diverse, quality, shopping experience that celebrates independent producers and makers. But more than that, it’s about people and place; meeting the makers, conversation with friends and embedding the social back into shopping’