home: trend [ vanilla ]
Trends change and also return, as we are seeing right now. Magnolia was once an interior colour of choice in many homes in the 80s & 90s. Now this off white shade is back but with an update and we are calling it vanilla.
Bright white has its place in homes but tends to need a lot of up keep and can be seen as quite cold. Choosing an off white shade will bring warmth to a space, and layering up furniture and soft furnishings creates depth and cosiness.
Texture and pattern will give interest to this colour in soft furnishings and accessories. Combine with other neutral colours and use black as an accent for a stand out look.
Vanilla is not boring, it’s bold!
Clockwise from top left:
Mirror / westelm.co.uk [ £279 ], throw / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £75 ], chair / insidestoreldn.com [ £199 ], cushion / trouva.com [ £45 ], coffee pot / zarahome.com [ £29.99 ], vase / hm.com [ £24.99 ], sofa / habitat.co.uk [ £1500 ]
home: made [ napkin rings ]
It’s getting closer to Christmas Day and it’s definitely time to think about the Christmas table settings.
We scoured the net and found an abundance of modern and more traditional ideas (see main picture) and also some great links for tutorials
home: event [ Japanese Christmas Market ]
Not to be missed, if you fancy something a little different to the traditional chalet market stalls and mulled wine filled fairs, the Jolly Hobbies Japanese Christmas Market is next Sunday 15th at Hornsey Parish Church in Muswell Hill.
Time Out says;
Head to Crouch End for the ninth edition of this Japanese Christmas market where you can get your hands on traditional homeware, accessories, arts and crafts, pottery and food. Feast on sushi, bento, cake, green tea and more.
For more info click here
home: trend [ abstract ]
Go bold with the modern abstract trend. Brands are filling the stores with strong, geometric and block colour prints and patterns to bring great design to the home.
Interiors can be clean, white and minimal and you can then introduce this trend in cushions, prints, rugs or bedding to make a statement.
Hunt out great indie designers on sites like Etsy and Trouva, to find unique pieces strong for this trend.
Wallpaper £36 MuralsWallpaper / Cushion £50 HuhStore / Cushion £45 Trouva
Bedding from £21 Dunelm / Rug £299 Made / Print (download) £5.21 CuratedPrints (Etsy)
Print from £11.95 Desenio / Print from £20 The Lovely Drawer / Bedding from £35 Dunelm
home: nice price [ rug ]
Add a little colourful boho to a room with this gorgeous geometric fringed rug from Urban Outfitters – down in price from £39 to just £23!
Great for beside the bed or in a door way. These small patterned rugs can also look great layered over larger plain rugs.
home: featured [ prints ]
It’s time to to adorn your walls with more great prints and we love the designs from Telegramme Paper Co. And until midnight there’s an extra good reason to shop with them – take advantage of their up-to-40% prints and fill your walls!
With a joint love of fine paper goods and the lost joy of sending and receiving post, Bobby & Kate Evans started the now award winning
Telegramme Paper Co. in London in 2014.
Now based out of their studio by the sea in Margate, they apply their unique illustration style to art prints, greetings cards, personalised gifts and stationery. As well as taking commissions from clients as varied as Penguin, Habitat, Random House, Vodafone, Warner music and Condé Nast.
They exhibit their artwork and products across Europe and the US, and are stocked in shops and galleries across the world, as well as selling from their own online store, Telegramme.co.uk
home: found this [ ceramics ]
Make your dining experience more beautiful with this gorgeous ‘Jardin’ floral-print china range by Vera Wang For Wedgewood available from Selfridges online or at the London store.
Prices from £26
A truly iconic brand, Wedgewood relies upon over 250 years of expertise in its premium ceramics. Collaborating with the highly-coveted designer Vera Wang on its latest collection, the Jardin range is sculpted from fine glazed china and is decorated with metallic floral accents that showcase the fashion icon’s affinity for art and oriental-inspired elegance.