home: favourite thing [ duvet cover ]

home: favourite thing [ duvet cover ]

Love the new designs from Orla Kiely at John Lewis. This patchwork floral design on bedding, is a new version from the original infamous stem petal pattern.

£20 – £85

They say;

This design is a reimagining of the Orla Kiely archival stem petal design, paired with a dainty cup flower. Multi Patchwork bed linen is part of an exclusive collaboration with John Lewis & Partners that reflects a shared love of bold colour and a strong graphic style.

Hailed by many as the ‘Queen of Prints’, Orla Kiely is a prolific textiles designer who has won global acclaim for her kitsch and colourful designs.

Drawing inspiration from nature, her Irish heritage and her grandmother, she has encapsulated these elements in her prints, giving the fresh, vintage-inspired twist for which she is famous.

home: favourite thing [ bedding ]

home: favourite thing [ bedding ]

Time for a new look for the bedroom… this vibrant botanical print bedding from La Redoute is currently 20% off in their huge summer sale.

They say;

The Palm Spring cotton percale duvet cover carries our Best Quality label. When it’s time for a change of scene, this Palm Spring botanical print is the perfect pick in a combo of natural hues.

home: favourite thing [ moses basket ]

home: favourite thing [ Moses basket ]

New arrival on the way or looking for a beautiful gift for a baby shower?

New in at Zara is this beautiful rattan Moses basket. It would make the perfect first bed for any new arrival and is a lovely piece of furniture for any home.

Moses basket and mattress £199.99

home: made [ pet bed ]

home: made [ pet bed ]

Head to One Good Thing By Jillie for plenty of great projrct ideas including this easy little tutorial for a pet bed, that’s so simple, quick and all you really need a a sweatshirt or jumper (vary size depending on size of your pet!)

It’s a great way to upcycle a jumper and can be made to suit your interior with colour, pattern or fabric !

home: favourite thing [ Urban Outfitters ]

home: favourite thing [ Urban Outfitters ]

We have just fallen in love with the new Ria range of rattan furniture at urbanoutfitters.com. This 70s boho vibe is sticking around for 2019 and this range is a gorgeous example of the style.

Choose from a side table, bed, chest of drawers, bookshelf and stool, all with detailed woven structure and rounded edges. These amazing pieces are available for pre-order now.

Bed – £849

Bookshelf – £329

Chest of drawers – £899

Side table – £149

urbanoutfitters.com

home: favourite thing [ children’s bed ]

home: favourite thing [ children’s bed ]

Modern, Scandinavian-style, fun, tree house bed frame; but at a far more affordable price.

If you’re looking to make a cool statement bedroom for a child these are great. Customise with curtains, leaves, flowers, fairy lights or keep minimal and simple and bare.

Head to CrazyBedPrices.com for the full range from £149.99

home: made [ headboard ]

home: made [ headboard ]

It may just be part of your bed, but the headboard has the opportunity to stand out creating a focal point and lift the room. It can also be as functional as it is attractive.

With various options, why not try making / adapting your own. We have found some tutorials to inspire you and guide you to creating your perfect headboard.

Plywood headboard / burkatron.com

Padded headboard / by stylebyemilyhenderson.com

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home: favourite thing [ sofa bed ]

home: favourite thing [ sofa bed ]

There are so many great new arrivals appearing online and one of our favourite brands is made.com. We have featured them a lot recently and this is basically because of their great design and prices.

Our latest crush is on the Edwin sofa bed, with its classic vintage design and simple fold-down backrest. Available in three colours this sofa is certainly a winner for those who want a cool daytime sofa, but need a bed for occasional guests staying over.

[ £299 ] made.com

home: trend [ herringbone ]

home: trend [ herringbone ]

The herringbone trend has had a rise in popularity during the last couple of years, although it’s never ever really been out of favour.

It’s a classic look, a design-minded pattern and now this herringbone format has found new places to feature, not just floors and walls in wood or ceramic, but also cupboard fronts, kitchen doors, table tops and the pattern even transfers into fabrics and of course has always been a knitting pattern – thriving at the moment for throws and cushions.

Main picture guide :

Top row

Flooring • Porcelain Superstore / ‘Misty Fjord Wall tiles • TopsTiles from £13.99 / Rug • HouseDoctor £18

Middle row

Bed • Cuckooland £395 / Cushion • M&Co £8 / Throw • Coggles £105

Bottom row

Wallpaper • Sweetpea 28.36 / Wallpaper • Ferm Living £58 / Bedding • Heals from £9