home: favourite thing [ dustpan and brush ]

home: favourite thing [ dustpan and brush ]

Why not ensure that everything in the home is a thing of beauty – even down to the dustpan and brush. This classic design from Labour & Wait, is so perfect to have out on display like any other piece of homeware.

English made; black enamel pan and natural bristle brush – built for quality and purpose.

£26

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home: featured [ Present & Correct ]

home: featured [ Present & Correct ]

If you love stationery then you must check out Present & Correct. Launched in 2009 this store showcases a collection which is not only nostalgic but modern in design.

We love the vintage accessories sitting alongside graph paper notebooks and 1970s erasers, plywood storage tray and rubber stamp set.  The curated collection is beautifully designed, with everything workinh together and there is a real identity running through.

‘It’s a showcase for the things we have enjoyed since school. A long-term obsession with stationery has culminated in a constantly evolving store. Paper and office objects which are inspired by homework, the post office and school’

Visit presentandcorrect.com

home: event [ wreath making ] 

home: event [ wreath making ] 

Head to the Heals website and check out their events page – find a wreath making workshop near you. Create your own unique, festive wreath, a personal touch to decorating your home for Christmas with prices from £25 to £90 depending on location. 

Catch the London workshop and join Abigail Ahern to get creative (November 18th) 

home: found this [ chopping boards ]

With a constant ever changing collection, Rockett St George always delivers. We love their new range of chopping boards, perfect for updating your kitchen this season.

Marble fans will love the rose tinted paddle board, with the rectangular board having a gorgeous teardrop pattern. Their new mango wood boards have an intricate frosted mandala pattern, which makes it perfect for displaying food on at a table.

It’s clear that chopping boards don’t have to be plain and hidden away. Show them off and let them bring interest to your kitchen!

With prices starting at £36 be sure to grab one while you can

rockettstgeorge.co.uk

home: trend [ teal ] 

home: trend [ teal ] 

It’s rich, but calming; readily available in homeware across the high street; easy to match up with similar hues in paint and wallpaper; and compliments well with other on trend favourites including metallic tones, monochrome or jewel tones – or you go true to the trend and have design braveness in having everything being in the teal colour! – a strong bold look.

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Main picture product guide ;

1 ‘Charley’ sofa / Maison Du Monde £517.50 

2 Fabric lampshade / Red Candy £40 

3 ‘Teal’ paint / Homebase £10 

4 ‘Saffiano’ wallpaper / Lancashire Wallpaper £18.99 

5 Lavish cushion / Graham & Brown £22 

6 Fox & Ivy vase / Tesco £18 

home: made [ light garland ]

home: made [ light garland ]

With Christmas around the corner our attention moves towards decoration and making our homes cosy for Winter.

We have found this great adaptation of a standard festoon light garland. By spray painting it gold and adding some additions of baubles and fabric you can create gorgeous festive lighting.

Head to themerrythought.com for all the details

home: nice price [ industrial light ] 

home: nice price [ industrial light ] 

AnotherHomeBlog favourite, Labour & Wait have this beauty of a light shade. Both industrial style and sparkly, we love this enamel lampshade with the white speckled pattern at just £58. 

They say; 

This enamel lampshade is especially made for us by Riess in Austria, and is a replica of the vintage shades which were fitted in our first shop. This classic design was originally used in workshops, garages and industrial buildings.