Love them or loath them, pinapples are this years choice of fruit…again! Seemingly beating of the likes of the cherry, banana and watermelon, this year we will continue to see pinapples on soft furnishings, wallpapers and in the form of accessories.
Bring some fun summer vibes to a room with bright wall art or printed cushion or keep it sophisticated with a tonal wallpaper.
Show your love of pineapples with accessories, like lighting, kitchenware or bookends, anything goes and there is a huge array to pick from.
Great find at Joyful Home Company – these hanging cotton prints are steal at just £20 each.
The prints are 140cm x 69cm and come ready with a hanging baton.
Perfect unique piece of art. There’s three to choose from – butterfly, moth or fungi. Each a gorgeous illustrated print – reproduced from the genuine artwork and any blemishes, discolourations or superficial defects are reproduced from the existing plates – and in our eyes, add to their charm and quality!
A lovely discovery in this great little print shop – Little Dog Studio. A cool collection of prints both text and illustration based with prices from a super low £15! Whether it’s a quote to motivate you, an initial that’s personal or maybe something for the kids room, there’s something for everyone.
Have a browse of the Etsy shop and see what would be perfect for your home.
Possibly the most incredible find. There is nothing that can quite compare in the world of wall hangings to the works of the amazing Jujujust. Follow her on Instagram to find out when new pieces are being added to the Etsy store.
Her spectacular woven creations boasting incredible colour, texture and pattern are inspirational and a definite worthwhile investment. Make a statement in a room with these pieces of art.
Judit Just is the talent behind the brand, originally from Barcelona but now living in the US, she’s crafted from being a little girl inspired by her mother.
We spotted this gorgeous DIY project on fallfordiy.com and it’s pretty simple to achieve. These punch rug art works can be hung on the wall or lent on a shelf, either way they look great and will bring interest to a room [ kids & adults ].
The shopping list for this tutorial is quite small – embroidery hoop, yarn, hessian fabric and a punch rug needle – and it is for beginners, so we can all give it a go.
Today we focus on one of the top picks of winter sales to head to. Heals, renowned furniture and homeware retailer, has a sale currently running with up to 50% off actual all departments.
Every area of the home are covered with great discounts on products including soft furnishings, lighting, kitchenware and rugs. Look for top brands including Vitra, Marimeko and Anglepoise and enjoy the discounts available.
So you’ll need to buy a frame but finding a cool piece of art work for just a fiver is an incredible find. Hunting through the new home products at House of Fraser we find this gorgeous wrapping paper (3 metres for £5) that is so perfect it needs to be framed. Make a statement – find a great big frame (try the largest size in Ribba frame from Ikea or head to Desenio and pick one of their skinny profile frames) and cut the paper to size.
The pattern, the colour – it’s all on trend and would be perfect as a focus piece of art in a lounge or bedroom.
To ensure the paper stays smooth and flat, hunt out your local picture framers and ask them to ‘dry mount’ the paper to a board (this can cost around £20 for a 60×80 size piece)