home: featured [ Swedish House at Home ]
Started up by Bristol based Michaela James, Swedish House is a beautiful collection of homeware and accessories inspired by Scandinavian design and living.
With a lovely curated collection of ceramics, kitchenware, candles and more, you are able to pick and choose pieces to finish off a room and bring some Swedish style to your home.
‘My inspiration is deeply rooted in renowned Scandinavian design traditions that emphasise functionality and minimalism, resulting in homewares that reflect beauty and craftsmanship’
Be sure to take a look!
home: favourite thing [ candelabra ]
Thinking about the Christmas table decor already? We love this elegant Geo Candelabra from West Elm, with its linear geometric design and brushes nickel finish.
Airy and sculptural, our modern Geo Candelabra elevates the light with an open design that won’t block conversation. Simply add five taper candles and your centrepiece is complete.
home: event [ candle making workshop ]
Treat yourself or a friend to a candle making workshop where you will create your very on candle with an individual fragrance to suit you.
Join the experts at Earl of East who will guide you through the process.
‘During the class one of our expert candle makers will take you step-by-step through the candle making process. You will have the opportunity to smell and test our selection of fragrance and essential oils. We’ll share hints and tips on the creation of the perfect fragrance and for the important bit, you will make your own 6oz scented soy wax candle‘
Various dates available throughout June & July [ £45 ]
home: featured [ The Living Lounge ]
After visiting Canterbury recently, we came across this wonderful homeware store. The black painted exterior draws you in, and once inside you are surrounded by Scandinavian gorgeousness.
Full of naturally sourced home accessories including candles, baskets, tableware, and soft furnishings, as well as lovely lighting and furniture The Living Lounge is a must visit store.
Started by a passion for Nordic lifestyle, Leila Appleby-Lansley has created a stunning space with something for everyone.
13 Orange Street
home: made [ concrete candle holders ]
With concrete still such a strong trend, it’s great to be able to make a DIY piece of concrete homeware.
We love this DIY from Design Mom which shows you simply how to create beautiful concrete candle holders.
Simple, effective and wonderful to make as gifts!
home: featured [ Zara Home ]
With every animal print you can imagine being worked into fashion design, across the high street, it was inevitable that it would also feature strongly in homeware design too.
We headed Zara Home and discovered the brand who has sell out animal pieces in their clothing collections, also has some key pieces in homeware using patterns inspired by zebras, leopards and snakes.
The bathroom, bedroom and lounge are all catered for.
Head to Zara Home now
home: made [ copper candle holder ]
Fancy something alternative to do on Valentine’s Day? Even better when it involves creating your own piece of on-trend homeware!
Learn new skills with the super London Craft Club this Valentine’s with their Copper Candelabra Workshop. For £59 get all your materials, expert tuition and a glass of wine.
Tickets for this event available HERE Hurry, limited spaces available!