home: featured [ Dunelm ]

home: featured [ Dunelm ]

It is time to start thinking about festive tableware and we love what Dunelm has brought out this season.

Lots of warm wood tones, sparkles and great colours for a modern winter tablescape.

home: favourite thing [ glass dish ]

home: favourite thing [ glass dish ]

We love coloured glassware and this beauty from Spicer and Wood is no exception.

Made up of two detachable parts, this mid-century inspired glass bowl features a pink top and green base.

Adorn a tablescape, use as a centrepiece, ok a sideboard or shelf – this muted pop of colour is a great addition to a winter styled interior.

£24

home: made [ Halloween table setting ]

home: made [ Halloween ]

Layer up fabric, cluster old bottles, paint spiders webs in bleach, use pumpkins for vases… just some of the wonderful ideas collated by Good Housekeeping for weird, yet beautiful table settings and centrepieces for this weekend’s Halloween gatherings.

Try out their super ideas, lots of which are made from objects from around the house, items you could pick up at a local charity shop or bits and bobs from the supermarket!

[ all ideas/DIYs credited within the article. ]

home: favourite thing [ candles ]

home: favourite thing [ candles ]

You can never have too many candles, right?

You definitely always need more so stock up from the beautiful range of Soie London candles available from Alice In Scandiland store.

These candles available in twisted style or mixed colour drip effect would make a great design statement in a single candle holder or multi candle candelabra.

Head to Alice In Scandiland for their full range.

Prices from £10.

home: found this [ candle holder ]

home: found thing [ candle holder ]

Discovering new brands is always a joy and we love the range of homeware at Arrdun Stores.

Our favourite pick is the Tina Vaia egg cup candle holder. Simple, elegant with a splash of colour pop, this terracotta glazed finish piece would make a great centrepiece or addition to a shelf.

home: found this [ concrete candle holders ]

home: found this [ concrete candle holders ]

If you have just starting to organise the table decor for the big day then Amazon with many items on next day delivery and still able to arrive before Christmas, is the solution.

We found these Anaan high and low candle holders, that would make a simple, minimal centre piece for the table.

Clean and beautiful concrete, that subtle grey tone; use alone or with a few foraged branches of conifer strewn around the bases for a smart festive look.

Opt for white candles to keep simple or add colour pops with coloured or even striped candles.

home: featured [ A D & I ]

home: featured [ A D & I ]

Not done all your Christmas shopping? Run out of ideas? Head to A D & I for beautiful, on trend and incredibly well priced homewares and other gifts.

Their small well curated range is full of decor for your home. Choose from table pieces, soft furnishings, candles and much much more.

home: found this [ candelabra ]

home: found this [ candelabra ]

For a modern, minimal take on the candelabra for the centre of the dining table, this House Doctor Ring Candle Stand from Alice In Scandiland shop is just beautiful.

Keep clean and simple with your choice of colour candles to match your table decor or for winter and Christmas tables, weave and lay twigs or tree off cuts amongst the framework – add a few berries or a branch of holly and this is the perfect elegant centrepiece for your Christmas table.

Available in two sizes – 4 candles* (£19) or 8 candles (£35)

*insert joke from The Two Ronnies as you please !

home: made [ Christmas centre pieces ]

home: made [ Christmas centre pieces ]

Make a Christmas table beautiful with the perfect centre piece. We’ve scoured the internet for ideas but the common theme is knowing you can use things from around the house or easy to obtain, to create one.

Gather old bottles, jars or a wooden box; use off cuts of tree, forage some holy or conifer branches; find ribbon, washi tape or torn paper found at home; use old paint samples or spray paint; find pebbles or stones; plus hand write or print festive text or guests names.

[ images sourced from across google and Pinterest ]