home: featured [ The Little House Shop ]
Looking for beautiful and practical pieces for the home? The Little House Shop covers so many areas, now is the time to start browsing and shopping.
Small changes to revamp a bathroom? You’ll be cleaning your hands a lot more – choose from lovely wall mounted soap dispensers, soap dishes and towel rails.
Perhaps it’s time to get your utility area more organised with baskets, storage, hooks and shelving.
Or just want some nice new features around the home? Cushions, throws, rugs, candles and more to choose from.
Enjoy lovely shopping with this great independent small interiors store. Find online at thelittlehouseshop.co.uk
home: found this [ shelf ]
Practical, useful, and well priced – we love this industrial style shelf from Peastyle.
This handy black metal shelf with clever hanging rail would be great in so many rooms – in a hallway with shoes and coats, in a bathroom with products and towels, in a kitchen with ceramics and tea towel or anywhere else you might need small shelving.
A great piece of design for just £37.50
home: made [ arch mirror ]
This cute little diy mirror is so simple and perfect for a dressing tabke or bathroom.
Using plywood and a circular mirror you can follow the steps at themerrythought.com and create your own.
We love it!
home: trend [ textured and 3D tiling ]
There is a plethora of tiles across the high street and online to choose from to incorporate this trend into the home.
Textured and 3D tiles can add depth and interest to surfaces and create a richer look for a bathroom, kitchen, hearth or wherever you choose to use them.
These tiles can lend themselves to enhance and working alongside other trends – denim, natural finishes, geometric are just some of the trends that would work well alongside tiles that have 3D or relief designs or textured pattern or natural style finishes.
‘Marble Wave’ £14.99 Total Tiles / ‘Himalaya’ Porcelain Superstore £25.08 / ‘Strike Gold’ Applebys 53.95
‘Forma’ Victorian Plumbing £20.32 / ‘Fairground’ Atra Flooring £59.00 / ‘Hannie’ Trade Price Tiles £39.96
‘ Elation Gold’ Walls & Floors £32.95 / ‘White Water’ Walls & Floors £32.95 / ‘Geneva’ Leaf pattern • Victoria Plum £29.40
home: favourite thing [ mirror cabinet ]
This stylishly simple bathroom cabinet form Urban Outfitters is a winner. The secret shelving compartment is neatly tucked away behind a sliding rectangular mirror.
Black edging finishes it off with wooden shelving, giving it a contempory look.
[ £120 ]
home: featured [ Tile Flair ]
If you want to bring pattern, colour or an alternative finish to a wall, surface or area – tiles could be that perfect way.
The huge range of tiles now available at affordable prices can bring a designer, creative and unique look to a home.
The gorgeous range at Tile Flair can do just that. A mix of traditional, modern, quirky, international and vintage designs offers to give you a wealth of choice and the perfect style for your brief.
Think outside the (design) box and think about where tiles can be used other than just the expected bathroom floors and kitchen splash backs – tiles could be used in other rooms to add colour, texture and pattern; they could be used as the wall behind a bed as a unique head board; they could be used on chimney breast as a feature design; or they could even be used for hallway walls – the perfect practical wall finish for a high traffic area!!
home: featured [ H&M Home ]
In its short lifetime H&M Home has gone from strength to strength very quickly. Once a small concept department in larger clothing stores, now they have their own stand alone shops, and has become its own brand.
The growth in popularity has meant the range has increased, with more choice – every room in the house is covered. From bathroom accessories to bedding, cushions to tableware and everything in between H&M Home has a clear style and design ethos which runs throughout its collections.
Be sure to find on-trend home accessories from these guys at really great prices. Also keep your eyes out for new additions in lighting & furniture. You need to be quick though as they don’t hang around long.
Visit hm.com or take a trip to London Regent St and explore their newly opened flagship store.