home: nice price [ rug ]
The John Lewis Anyday range is crammed with homewares, soft furnishings, furniture and more with very very nice prices. It’s an affordable but quality collection aimed at offering the John Lewis standard but with a more accessible price tag.
Our pick of great pieces with great prices are their rugs. Huge dimensions to cover a large floor area but at very good prices.
We love this Jaipur rug in mustard – on trend colour, beautiful design and great to lift an interior for the new autumn season.
£225 for 230 x 160cm
home: featured [ Arddun Stores ]
Incredible homewares by such a great mix of designers – including Hay, Hot Pote and UAU Project.
Browse for ceramics, glassware, soft furnishings and candles.
Arddun Stores is crammed of colourful, illustrated, patterned and striking homewares.
We sell globally-sourced, conscious lifestyle and homewares brands that are well-made, and have a story to tell.
home: favourite thing [ stoneware pots ]
We will always encourage vintage and secondhand shopping as a way to look after the environment and to give goods a new purpose and a second life, rather than just being discarded.
The Goods In General Store has such a veritable feast of vintage delight to fill your home, it was hard to pick a favourite – but we love the victorian stoneware pots that would be great for vases, just for display on shelf, or as pot for utensils.
Everything in my shop has a story and I like it to be authentic or original. Learning the history of who made and used these objects fascinates me. I also do my best to find, fix and pass things on.
home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]
Autumn is upon us and we relish the new season homewares that fill the High Street stores and online – so we think about creating new looks for the home. Embrace the autumn tones and create cosy, layered up looks with pattern and texture, in the colours of nature.
As well as a now much larger range of incredible unique vintage pieces – Urban Outfitters also has an array of new homeware and furniture in rich golden, mustard, orange and walnut tones.
We’ve picked our favourite 9 to bring a new look to a bedroom or lounge.
home: featured [ Winter’s Moon ]
Shop online at the gorgeous Winter’s Moon for a feast of styles of ethical, handmade and vintage gifts and homewares, from candles to cushions and enamelware to lighting – a delight of pattern, design and colour.
Founded in 2009 by Julia Grant, Winter’s Moon moved into in one of the prettiest shops in Chichester in 2020.
We are an independent gift and homewares shop selling a colourful and interesting mix of vintage, modern, handmade and fair-trade goods. Many items are created exclusively for Winter’s Moon and made here in the UK.
home: nice price [ colourful homeware ]
Fill your kitchen and dining area with colour from the Anthropologie summer sale! Pattern, coloured illustrations and beautiful designs – there is lots to bring the sunshine inside; from crockery and ceramics to kitchen linen and other small homewares.
Visit the Anthropologie sale, online or in store now!
home: feature [ Is To Me ]
Beautiful Scandinavian focused online retailer Is To Me, is a perfect curation of designers; stocking perfect pieces for the home with much of the range aimed at children’s room and play. However it’s full of great products for the whole home.
We love so much of their ‘new in‘ including muted tones of melamine ware, rugs to add pops of lovely tones to a room, the incredible Ferm Living deck chairs and lots of rattan accessories!
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: made [ macrame ]
Needing a new project for January? Need to fill those long hours of lockdown with a project? Or just fancy making something personal for your home or for a gift?
Learning macrame can be therapeutic, enjoyable and result in a new skill.
We found some great tools to help you on your journey.
My French Twist is great for teaching the basics to start you off on your making – snd of of course, with a French twist.
The Spruce Crafts help you to master the seven basic knots to master macrame.
We love this beautiful inspirational Macrame book from Wish at just £14.
And for modern approach the Emily Katz book available from Amazon is great. It’s the ultimate guide, bursting at the seams with ideas to create items for the home.
home: found this [ concrete candle holders ]
If you have just starting to organise the table decor for the big day then Amazon with many items on next day delivery and still able to arrive before Christmas, is the solution.
We found these Anaan high and low candle holders, that would make a simple, minimal centre piece for the table.
Clean and beautiful concrete, that subtle grey tone; use alone or with a few foraged branches of conifer strewn around the bases for a smart festive look.
Opt for white candles to keep simple or add colour pops with coloured or even striped candles.