home: trend [ abstract ]
Go bold with the modern abstract trend. Brands are filling the stores with strong, geometric and block colour prints and patterns to bring great design to the home.
Interiors can be clean, white and minimal and you can then introduce this trend in cushions, prints, rugs or bedding to make a statement.
Hunt out great indie designers on sites like Etsy and Trouva, to find unique pieces strong for this trend.
Wallpaper £36 MuralsWallpaper / Cushion £50 HuhStore / Cushion £45 Trouva
Bedding from £21 Dunelm / Rug £299 Made / Print (download) £5.21 CuratedPrints (Etsy)
Print from £11.95 Desenio / Print from £20 The Lovely Drawer / Bedding from £35 Dunelm
home: found this [ ceramics ]
Make your dining experience more beautiful with this gorgeous ‘Jardin’ floral-print china range by Vera Wang For Wedgewood available from Selfridges online or at the London store.
Prices from £26
A truly iconic brand, Wedgewood relies upon over 250 years of expertise in its premium ceramics. Collaborating with the highly-coveted designer Vera Wang on its latest collection, the Jardin range is sculpted from fine glazed china and is decorated with metallic floral accents that showcase the fashion icon’s affinity for art and oriental-inspired elegance.
home: found this [ ceramics ]
We spotted these gorgeous ceramics on insidestoreldn.com and fell in love with their patterns and colour.
Each plate is hand made and the full range includes a round side plate, oval side plate, a cup, and a bowl.
Lovely gift ideas for Christmas!
Available now at insidestoreldn.com
[ from £9 ]
home: featured [ made.com ]
A firm favourite amongst interior lovers, made.com has established itself as an affordable on-trend homeware store.
After visiting the website, or one of it’s showrooms you will happily want to kit out a room or two. Everything is on offer from soft furnishing, furniture, lighting and accessories.
Check out their new arrivals with a huge selection of amazing sofas and armchairs.
home: found this [ Jonathan Adler x H&M ]
Next week sees the launch of H&M’s first ever homeware designer collaboration and its a good one. They have teamed up with Jonathan Adler, known for his maximalist style and decorative ceramics.
This collection oozes fun and style with bold colours and pattern and quirky touches including a blanket with ‘naughty’ and ‘nice’ on and illustrated vases with men & womens faces.
The collection launches in selected stores on 14th November. If you are in Regent St, London and a rewards member you will get the chance to meet Jonathan Adler and get a free gift on the day.
Head to hm.com for more info and the teaser video. Prices have not yet been released.
home: featured [ Just Maison ]
We are a little bit in love with relative newbie to the online retail homewares market, ‘Just Maison’. It’s full of simply beautiful homeware, including prints, ceramics, candles and lighting. Gorgeous pieces to create a neutral calming home interior, all combining perfectly to fill any room.
The store also offers many products that would make beautiful Christmas gifts and have even just introduced hand painted baubles to their decorations range.
Just Maison is a homeware and lifestyle store with a beautiful selection of brands and independent designers. Neutral tones and simple design to enjoy throughout the home.
home: featured [ Object Style ]
This gorgeous Manchester based lifestyle store has so much to offer.
Founded by Alex & Rachael Otterwell in 2009, Object Style has a curated collection of homeware, clothing, art, and cosmetics.
We especially love their selection of ceramics and kitchenware with everything having a subtle palette of earth tones, making it really easy to blend into your home.
Head to objectstyle.co.uk to explore the brand and head to their Instagram for all the latest.