home: featured [ YONDER. ]

home: featured [ YONDER. ]

Founded by sisters Sophia & Pheobe, YONDER. is an online emporium or beautiful handcrafted and ethically sourced homeware. Choose from gorgeous Morrocan vegan cushions, woven baskets, vintage berber rugs, and much more.

We are as passionate about handmade craftsmanship, and well designed products, as we are about all the great adventures to be had finding them. So we scour the globe, working directly with makers and artists to create our selection of beautiful homewares and day-to-day accessories

Head to yonderliving.com to explore the collection. Also keep up to date with their Instagram for the latest news and products.

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home: found this [ Zara Home ]

home: found this [ Zara Home ]

Zara Home has just launched it’s new seasons collection and it’s rather good. We picked out this bohemian style of pouffes and wall hanging.

Continuing in popularity this style is a great way of bringing soft tones and pattern into your home, as well as adding global influences.

Available now from zarahome.com

home: favourite thing [ cushion ]

home: favourite thing [ cushion ]

Exploring beautifully curated store ‘Grey September’, we find this beautiful cushion cover – a bohemian nod – a little Moroccan, but in fact sourced from Denmark.

£37.50

This striking rectangle cushion cover is finished with beautiful tassels and fringing against a gorgeous textured background. 

home: found this [ side table ]

home: found this [ side table ]

Mixing bohemian and mid century design this side table from La Redoute is the perfect addition to a living room, bedroom or garden. The woven ratten top is removable from the black metal legs, becoming a useful tray for entertaining.

Available now at Laredoute.co.uk for £101. make use of their 30% Summer discount with code: Summer – plus free delivery.

home: trend [ layered rugs ]

home: trend [ layered rugs ]

Having rugs in the home is nothing new, but consider how you pick and use your rugs and the potential you have in using them. This year the focus is on layering, mixing pattern and textures to create a cosy curated room.

Layer two or three rugs together, either directly on top of one another if different sizes or overlap them to create a disjointed look. Regardless of how you choose to lay them, be sure to have interest in the patterns and texture.

Images from houzz.com

Throw a sheepskin or high pile woolen kilim rug over the top of a jute rug for extreme texture. For a bohemian feel mix flatwoven patterned rugs or if you have a nuetral room opt for a couple of geometric prints. 

Choose colours that compliment each other and prints that contrast, trying to make sure they are not so similar. You want it to be obvious that there is more than one rug being used.

Selection of our new favourites

Guide:

1. Flatwoven rug from ikea.com [ £140 ]

2. Woven rug from westelm.co.uk [ from £249 ]

3. Low pile rug from ikea.com [ £60 ]

4. Jute rug from laredoute.co.uk [ from £89 ]

5. Patterned jute rug from laredoute.co.uk [ from £109 ]

6. Wool rug from habitat.co.uk [ £495 ]

home: favourite thing [ Anthropologie ]

home: favourite thing [ Anthropologie ]

Moroccan, Bohemian and Atzec pattern in design is still big in homeware, bringing a layed back and relaxed feeling to a room. We have found this flat – woven arrow print rug which we love, and will bring interest and appeal to a living room or bedroom floor.

Anthropologie.com [ from £48 ]

home: featured [ Bohemia ]

home: featured [ Bohemia ]

Founded by Jenny Lockton in 2006 Scottish based store Bohemia is a haven for homewares and goods uniquely designed in-house and handcrafted in partnership with artisans from around the world. With boho influences on trend this year [ featured on the blog a couple of weeks ago ] there is no better time to explore this great shop.

‘ Bohemia was established to build relationships with artisan producers and through collaborations help to support meaningful employment and ensure the survival of awe-inspiring traditional crafts’

Bohemia is full of colour and inspiration with the obvious strong influence of Morocco and India running throughout their products. Head to the blankets and rugs with gorgeous pattern and vibrancy, or browse the kitchenware with palm leaf brushes and hand embossed enamel bowls.

As well as the online shop Bohemia has a flagship store in Edinburgh. It’s a definate destination if you love authentic gifts and homeware with a contemporary edge.

Keep up to date with Bohemia on Instagram and Twitter.

Bohemiadesign.co.uk