home: featured [ The Little House Shop ]

home: featured [ The Little House Shop ]

Looking for beautiful and practical pieces for the home? The Little House Shop covers so many areas, now is the time to start browsing and shopping.

Small changes to revamp a bathroom? You’ll be cleaning your hands a lot more – choose from lovely wall mounted soap dispensers, soap dishes and towel rails.

Perhaps it’s time to get your utility area more organised with baskets, storage, hooks and shelving.

Or just want some nice new features around the home? Cushions, throws, rugs, candles and more to choose from.

Enjoy lovely shopping with this great independent small interiors store. Find online at thelittlehouseshop.co.uk

home: trend [ deep pile ]

home: trend [ deep pile ]

At this time of year and particularly right now all we want to cosy up and stay warm in our homes.

Along with soft fabrics, we love texture, and right now we are seeing a lot of this online and in stores. For example, cushions with pattern weave and raised short pile, chunky knit throws, and soft sheepskins.

With so much on offer, now is the time to layer up your living room and bedroom with gorgeous soft furnishings.

Guide:

Clockwise from top left:

knitted throw – coxandcox.com [ £150 ], cushion – frenchconnection.com [ £36 ], ribbed blanket – zarahome.com [ £89.99 ], rug – laredoute.com [ from £99 ], cushion cover – hm.com [ £19.99 ], sheepskin – rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £59 ]

home: featured [ Antipodream ]

home: featured [ Antipodream ]

It’s impossible not to love to bright colour, pattern and happiness that Antipodream homewares can bring to a home. The brightness and colour work although eclectic and clashing – so many of the products work so well layered up together – throws, cushions, prints…

This exciting store curates a strong and vibrant mix of designers, artists and brands from Australia and New Zealand. It’s great that all these are now available in the UK.

They say;

We love bright colours and bold prints. Preferably together! Bringing you the very best of Australian and New Zealand design.

home: featured [ Goodhood Store ]

home: featured [ Goodhood Store ]

Something for all aspects of your style, we love GoodHood for the unique designers, great curated ranges and finger on the pulse of latest trends.

Amongst the great fashion seek out the homeware department, explore independent designers, products for every room in the house and great pieces to give as gifts.

They say;

Started in 2007 Goodhood is an award winning multi brand retailer selling over 200 brands across menswear, womenswear, lifestyle and cosmetics. Our aim is to cultivate our unique vision of effortless life style and redefine the idea of luxury living. Our curated buying ensures every product has a story and relevance to our ethos. We actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry. The Goodhood Store remains unique in its brand identity, its culture, its level of service and as a space men and women can both find the best of a worldwide curated selection of goods.’

home: trend [ boobs and bums ]

home: trend [ boobs and bums ]

It’s affectionately with humour but with a poignant meaning of self love, confidence, removing the over sexualisation of women, celebrating the human body in all its glory, shapes and forms, and creating beautiful homeware. The trend for illustrations or shapes of female body parts is strong across homewares including vases, cushions, prints, plates and cups.

We’ve picked some of our favourite pieces found on the high street and online.

Top Row

Cushion covers, Etsy £8.83 / Mug, HeartShake Studios $32

Middle Row

Jug, Matches Fashion £350 / Vase, Matches Fashion £340 / Pot, Plus O Plus $50 / Planter, ASOS £4.50

Lower Row

Cushion, RedCandy £26.10 / Pot, Inside Store Ldn £44

home: featured [ Alice In Scandiland ]

home: featured [ Alice In Scandiland ]

In 2018, Alice from award winning blog Alice In Scandiland opened her bricks and mortar shop in Cornwall. Having been selling vintage for a while and having an amazing eye for great homeware and interior design (just take a peak at her blog!) it was a great natural step to move into retail fully.

If you don’t happen to be in Cornwall, never fear, as her beautifully curated range of homewares for both adults and kids, vintage and gifts is available from her online store as well. Definitely worth a visit and you might be lucky to still grab a sale item too.

Scandi influences and a vintage touch

Alice in Scandiland Shop

28 Fore Street, Lostwithiel,

Cornwall.

PL220BL

hello@aliceinscandiland.com

home: trend [ navy blue ]

home: trend [ navy blue ]

The navy trend is staying for 2020. This deep blue hue is rich and strong, creating stylish interiors.

For the modern approach use in multitude on walls in paint or wallpaper, floors, soft furnishings and drapes. Layering the tone to create an overall blue canvas is a bold look. Break it up with highlights of bronze or copper and a few pieces in other deep jewel tones.

Soften the look with the use of grey tones, natural beiges and browns – walnut or teal for furniture and tan in sofas or armchairs.

Picture guide

Top

Crate • WallpaperStore £5 / Armchair • Made £499 (sale) / Rug • La Redoute £154 (sale)

Middle

Cushion • Trouva £85 (sale) / Bed • Next from £325 / Unit • Tikamoon £319 (sale)

Lower

Paint • Farrow + Ball ‘Scotch Blue’ / Cushion • M&S £19.50 / Sideboard • Maison Du Monde £324