Taking inspiration from traditional homeware from the past couple of centuries, and objects and colourful patterns of the past, but with a modern twist, this trend can be a bold or subtle look depending on the colours chosen.
Bringing together your collated items from travels and things that were inherited, sitting alongside new treasured pieces. Bold patterns, rich colours and discovery of your own identity in the homeware and furniture that are styled in a room. With a cultural feel from travelling, this look can be continually added to with pieces that have a story or a personal meaning.
Home of the bargain delicious cheeses, place to get decent wine at low low prices, destination for all sorts of tasty cheaper food – but also the perfect shopping haunt for homeware and furniture with so many great pieces for the home – head to Aldi in store or online to kit out your home.
Whether your style is monochrome, marble, scandi or boho – there’s some pieces that will suit your home.
Amongst all the gifts, goodies and other ‘lovely stuff’, there’s an abundance of great homeware pieces in the That Lovely Stuff online store. The store curates a variety of home accessories from a wonderful selection of creative mums – all designing and creating great products.
Did you ever think to yourself “I wish I had all of That Lovely Stuff”?
We did and then we got to thinking and realised how many talented friends we had, and the further we looked, we realised that friends of our friends were amazing too. With just those thoughts That Lovely Stuff was born. All of our products are made by people that we know or people that have been recommended to us and all of the items on the site have been tried and tested by the team here. Only the best will get on the site and we hope that you love it.
It gives us great pleasure to see all of our “mumpreneurs” making a living whilst bringing up their children. It really is the best feeling sending orders out to these lovely ladies and we hope you love their goodies as much as we do.
Inspired by interiors of the orient, this eastern trend is chic and now with a modernised edge.
Layer up intricate patterns of flowers, birds and illustrations on cushions and other soft furnishings. Keep the colour palette rich but muted tones.
Although busy with pattern and design ensure some larger areas – a wall or two, the rug or the sofa colour is paler and less fussy. Add accessories in lacquered black to add a contrast and richness to the scheme, with flashes of gold and iridescent pearl tones in lighting, ceramics and picture framing.