home: made [ concrete moulds ]
If you are interested in getting creative with concrete and making your own concrete homewares – there’s lots of mould kits across the high street and online to help produce all different shapes and styles.
Amazon is full of various mould sets with prices as low as £8.99 upwards.
Etsy is also bursting with sets with all sorts of shape designs to use.
And of course, the huge market place eBay, is also packed with sets to use. We love the circular low dish design we found.
Then head to MyFabrics or other online craft providers for small batches of concrete mix to start using your moulds and creating your pieces.
Your own pieces would make great gifts for others and also lovely to have personally designed pieces around your home. Homewares can be left the natural concrete colour or painted or sprayed once dry.
home: made [ faux concrete wall ]
With concrete still being a strong feature in interiors and homeware, we love this faux concrete paint finish created with the great tutorial from Song Bird Blog that step by step leads you through the process to create an effective concrete look wall in your home.
home: found this [ chair ]
What a thing of beauty – sculptural, with the smoothness of concrete, a wonderful silhouette. The Hauteville low armchair may have a high price tag but this is like art to invest in.
£750 from Tin Design
In praise of the raw material, the shell construction, concrete and rebar. Refined by a technicality increasingly sophisticated, the Hauteville low armchair is a contemporary image of the low armchair of the 50’s. Unexpected flexibility and comfort. We Tin gals held a meeting on these for an hour or so, they were so comfortable we decided to stock the range! A lifetime investment.
home: featured [ Sugar + Cement ]
All the joys of colour and our beloved cement, rolled into one in this super, independent homeware store – Sugar + Cement.
A mix of homewares made from one of our favourite materials – concrete. With added splashes of colour (in Farrow and Ball tones no less!) the collection includes plant pots, trays, candle holders and coasters. Explore their Etsy for the full range.
home: made [ concrete furniture ]
We love the use of concrete within the home. It’s an affordable, versatile and a very beautiful material.
Concrete fans will love the collation of great DIYs with concrete that Remodelista have brought together.
Some are so simple purely using the weight and strength of concrete to create the structure.
home: found this [ Zara lighting ]
Head to Zara if you are looking to update your lighting at home. They have some gorgeous new pendants and table lamps perfect for any style.
Choose from concrete, ceramics, rattan and more to find your perfect light. Head to their website and browse the new arrivals.
home: nice price [ table lamp ]
Homeware doesn’t get more simple than this lamp base from ikea.com.
The concrete base is only £6 and is an easy piece to move around from room to room when desired. Add a decorative bulb and you are good to go.
Available now from ikea.com
Love this great little DIY from A Pair And A Spare to make handy (and on trend) little concrete desk organisers.
It’s a simple and straight forward tutorial and can be adapted for your needs – just change the size or shape of the moulds.
Follow the great blog for other fab diy homeware ideas and projects.
home: event [ Deterra London at West Elm ]
At the end of the month Deterra London will be popping up at West Elm on Tottenham Court Road, London.
Their pop up shop will be there 27-28 July.
Deterra London is a London based startup company specialising in handmade concrete planters, plant setups, homewares and cut class terrariums. They also offer broad range of airplant setups. Their planters are carefully hand crafted in East London and ingredients are sourced from companies using only sustainable technology. With over 50 styles; you are guaranteed to find something to complement your home décor.
home: favourite thing [ wallpaper ]
Concrete in interiors is a strong trend and there’s a plethora of homeware that use the effect, material or colour in their design.
Floors and walls in concrete create a beautiful effect for an interior but it’s not always possible to introduce it for walls in a home already built or if the budget isn’t there to completely re lay floor, but with the ever advancing of wallpaper design and quality, you can obtain an effective realistic look for your walls with wallpaper.
We found this gorgeous semi gloss concrete look wallpaper by East Urban Home from Wayfair.
Priced from £66.99 per roll.