home: event [ wood turning ]

home: event [ wood turning ]

We all secretly dream of learning a new skill, whether it’s drawing, painting, woodwork, or sewing but never find to time to take it up.

At Blackhorse Workshop, London in just 3 hours you can learn basic wood turning techniques and create your very own bowl. Amongst a array of courses this particular one is great for beginners and perfect to challenge yourself and try something new, not to mention being great fun.

[ £75 ]

blackhorseworkshop.co.uk

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home: found this [ ceramics ]

home: found this [ ceramics ]

We spotted these fun ceramics from zarahome.com and are great to buy individually or as a set.

The grid print earthenware range comes in 4 different sizes of bowl and plate starting from £5.99.

The monochrome design is really cool and would fit in perfectly with a stripped back Scandi style kitchen.

Head to zarahome.com to explore the collection

home: found this [ octopus bowl ]

home: found this [ octopus bowl ]

You may not have thought you need an octopus bowl but we think this might change your mind.

This beauty from homeware fave Audenza is an investment at £148 but what a statement it would make – especially if it had a chilled bottle of fizz in it, too.

It’s a clear glass bowl on an aluminium stand designed with an intricate moulding of an octopus. Clever, beautiful and a unique home accessory.

home: nice price [ stoneware ]

home: nice price [ stoneware ]

Hm.com always has a great selection of well priced, on trend homeware and we love this anthracite grey stoneware. The range includes 2 vases, a planter and a pot with lid, all with a matt grey finish.

These simple designs will work with any interiors and we think perfect for a bathroom or kitchen.

[ prices start from £8.99 ]

hm.com

home: found this [ brass tableware ]

home: found this [ brass tableware ]

Dassie Artisan is a brand which has huge appeal with its selection of gorgeous handmade products. These aged brass bowls, plates and jugs are no exception and just lovely pieces to have on display when not being used.

As metal trends go darker this season, we are thrilled to introduce this stunning aged brass dinnerware collection. The combination of a time-old traditional technique on modern shapes with the contrast of clean, contemporary white interior results in fresh and striking collection that you’ll be proud to display

The range starts from £10 available from dassieartisan.com

home: favourite thing [ stoneware range ] 

home: favourite thing [ stoneware range ] 

Dunelm have ticked the midcentury style box with the great new Elements Scraffito range, currently made up of a large bowl and two vases. 

This stoneware range has lovely simple graphic illustrated design on each piece in colours that are on trend and would sit well in a cluster to make a feature on a shelf or table. 

home: made [ diy marbling ceramics ] 

home: made [ diy marbling ceramics ] 

Try out marbling to create beautiful, unique homeware for your home or for gifts. We’ve rounded up our favourite tutorials to guide you through the process in a simple,straightforward way. 

You don’t need to spend much and you may have most products in your home already. How simple that you can use nail varnish to create amazing patterns on mugs or bowls?! Nail varnish is a cheap way to get incredible colours to work with. 

Credit for images / tutorial links : 

The Sweetest Occasion 

House of Hipsters

Simple Most  

Alana Jones – Mann