home: featured [ The London Smiths ]

home: featured [ The London Smiths ]

So much to browse, love and shop at The London Smiths.

Explore their online store and enjoy shopping their curated range of goods by london designers and makers.

Plenty of homeware but also gifts, stationery, jewellery and more.

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home: trend [ terracotta ]

home: trend [ terracotta ]

Bring the warmth and comfort of one of the colours of the year, to your home – terracotta.

It’s last rise in popularity was during the 1990s and there was possibly a fair few terracotta walls on our screens in Changing Rooms but now its had a modern relaunch and using tones of it across a room from walls to furniture to small homewares can look incredibly effective.

Using the colour as a palette across an interior will bring warmth to the room.

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Bedding, La Redoute from £30 / Candle Stick (small), Trouva £17.50 / Cup, Hurn & Hurn £11

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Cushion, Nordic Nest £29 / Chair, Cult Furniture £159 / Rug, Modern Rugs from £39

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Cushion, La Redoute £30 / Curtain, Dunelm from £18.00 / Paint, Mano Mano £79.95

home: featured [ Milk Home ]

home: featured [ Milk Home ]

Discovered a wonderful new store with so much to love. Small homewares, ceramics, prints and more. Explore the Milk Home website for beautiful goods.

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All products stocked have been handpicked from a selection of our favourite makers and independents in the UK and Sweden

home: trend [ slogan homeware ]

home: trend [ slogan ]

State your thoughts through your homeware with the power of words on your homewares.

Choose special words or phrases and pop them around the home to highlight important statements about you and your beliefs.

Slogans pop onto so many homewares; vases, prints, ceramics, cushions, tea towels or even just as moulded words in wood, plastic or metal to put on a mantle piece or shelf.

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Never Forget, Amazon £8.99 / Hell Yeah, Above & Beyond £12.50 / Love, Connox £33

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Laugh, Bombay Duck £9.50 / WTF, Amazon £25.50 / Lazy Days, Next £14

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Big Spoon, NOTH £19.95 / Dream, Amazon £27.22 / This Must, Trouva £70

home: featured [ Naken ]

home: featured [ Naken ]

Fall in love and fall into a rabbit hole browsing the extensive collections of homeware and furniture available at Naken Interiors.

Every area of the home is covered. With designer, scandi, industrial, midcentury modern and more, styles of products – there’s so much to choose from and cover all tastes.

Well priced for designer pieces and high end style, create new looks for your interiors that are on trend but also timeless classics.

Our favourites include their extensive range of great patterned wall papers, gorgeous lighting and so many great lounge chairs – you’ll run out of space!

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home: featured [ Form – Lifestyle Store ]

home: featured [ Form – Lifestyle Store ]

This little gem of a shop based in Manchester is full of beautiful products from independant makers and designers.

Everything that we sell has been carefully chosen by us, with a focus on design, function and simplicity. Our designers and makers have been selected for their focus on craftsmanship, and attention to detail. They are truly knowledgable and passionate about their process; producing high quality, considered pieces (typically by hand) on a small scale

We love the curated collection that has been pulled together mixing ceramics, soft furnishings, art and more. The colour pallette throughout is muted, so you will be sure to find something you love, allowing it to work in your home whatever your style.

Be sure to check them out online or visit Form in Manchester Northern Quarter.

home: featured [ Botany ]

home: featured [ Botany ]

Founded in 2014, this gorgeous plant & lifestyle store can be found in Hackney, London.

Botany is primarily a store to get your hands on some lovely houseplants and succulents, but you can also choose from handmade ceramics to put them in, plus a collection of skincare and clothing.

Botany champion’s independant designers and makers and also hosts seasonal workshops. It’s a must-visit shop if you are in the area.

Head to botanyshop.co.uk to explore more.