home: found this [ lighting ]
We found such a collection of good lighting under one (virtual) roof, we definitely recommend checking out the lighting department at La Redoute. Not only do they have a broad, stylish and well designed range that covers many current trends – industrial, minimal, atomic, Scandi, retro, maximalist – but also with the renowned huge regular sales, there’s always a chance to get a really great discount of your choice!
We’ve rounded up our favourites (see picture) but head to the lighting department now while the sale is on!
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With midcentury designs in furniture and Danish style being so popular currently we love this perfect modern reproduction of a Sputnik clock from high street favourite Marks & Spencer.
‘With polished teak spokes and a spun aluminium dial, this clock gives a nod to Seventies design for retro statement style.’
Across the high street midcentury pieces are being produced and the styles from the era are influencing a lot of homewares and furniture. The great colours, fabric choices, wood tones and structures are desirable and homeware stores have got some great pieces.
Head to Marks and Spencer, Habitat, Heals, IKEA and Cult Furniture for easy midcentury-style finds but also look to search eBay for originals, reproductions and pieces that can be given a modern edge.
home: found this [ homeware range ]
John Lewis, and other lovely stores across the UK and world, have a gorgeous brand under their belts.
Miss Print is a ecological, UK based creative brand who support UK manufacturing industry and their local community.
Head to John Lewis and explore the wonderful range of homeware, fabrics and wallpaper – contemporary with definite hints of inspiration from both Scandivian and midcentury designs.
‘MissPrint aims to produce beautifully designed, contemporary wall-coverings, fabrics and interior accessories, all originating from hand drawn illustrations. We are a growing family business, and we work from our new countryside studio, bordering East London.’