home: nice price [ room divider ]

home: nice price [ room divider ]

This room divider from ikea.com is great piece of furniture and perfect for a bedroom or living room. Use it to divide a space or lean against a wall for decoration.

In a bedroom hang clothes and accessories from it, your favourite items within easy reach. In a living room or study lean against the wall allowing you to add hooks, hang your favourite items, or use clips to attach pictures.

The options are endless and what’s great is you can move it from room to room depending on your needs.

[ £35 or £25 if an IKEA Family member ]

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home: found this [ wooden trees ]

home: found this [ wooden trees ]

Beautiful, simple and minimal, these bare wood small trees from Cissywears make a lovely festive decoration but also would be lovely to paint and decorate with children, personalise and play with.

Just £1.50 per tree. Group, arrange, layout how you choose and begin making your house feel festive.

home: made [ baskets ]

home: made [ baskets ]

This year we are seeing rattan, bamboo and woven homeware making a huge comeback. A popular choice for many is baskets, now being used for more than just storage.

How about turning one into a light pendant, hanging planter or as decorative objects for the wall. We found some cool ideas at homestolove.com.au as well as a lovely woven basket wall hanging at casawatkinsliving.com

home: made [ concrete Christmas tree ]

home: made [ concrete Christmas tree ]

With only 4 weeks to go till Christmas there is not much time to get your home decorated, presents bought and food prepared. We have found this really easy make using a concrete mix, card made into a cone and some paint.

These Christmas trees give a minimal look to a shelf or table. Choose the size and colour to create the perfect decoration for you.

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home: event [ wreath making ] 

home: event [ wreath making ] 

Head to the Heals website and check out their events page – find a wreath making workshop near you. Create your own unique, festive wreath, a personal touch to decorating your home for Christmas with prices from £25 to £90 depending on location. 

Catch the London workshop and join Abigail Ahern to get creative (November 18th) 

home: trend [ Butterflies ]

home: trend [ Butterflies ]

This trend might not be for everyone but this season’s animal of choice is the Butterfly. Ever popular for its variations and colour the Butterfly is a happy motif that isn’t just for kids.

Christian Laquoix wallpaper [ £75 ]

Whether on wallpaper, soft furnishings or printed on decorative objects the Butterfly print needs to be bold and full of colour. Don’t shy away from making a statement, cover a whole wall with a design. The Christian Laquoix wallpaper is a great example of this. 

Print from Rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £25 ]

The easiest way to being Butterflies into your home is with art. There are some gorgeous prints available online including vintage charts and graphic digital prints. Build this trend up in stages, add other insect motifs creating a curated picture wall or soft furnishings and accessories in a corner of a room. Key colours to look out for are teal, turquoise, yellow, black and red.

Guide:

1. Lampshade from amara.com [ £136 ]

2. Cushion from johnlewis.com [ £55 ]

3. Wall chart from whitemint.co.uk [ £40 ]

4. Print from roseandgrey.co.uk [ £28 ]

5. Trinket tray from trouva.com [ £12 ]

6. Cushion from houseology.com [ £130 ]

7. Taxidermy art from Miafluer.com [ £60 ]

home: favourite thing [ Vitra dolls ]

home: favourite thing [ Vitra dolls ]

If you are looking for some fun accessories for the home, and something with a bit of history then you should take a look at these wooden dolls from Vitra. we love the vibrant colours and charm of these dolls, originally used as toys, now hugely popular as ornaments for collectors.

‘Together with his friends Charles and Ray Eames & George Nelson, Alexander Girard was one of the leading figures of postwar American design. A key source of inspiration for his wife-ranging oeuvre, which primarily focused on textile design, was.his passion for the folk art of South America, Asia and Eastern Europe.

The Decorative wooden dolls, design  and made by Girard in 1953 for his own home in Santa Fe, were likewise inspired by his extensive personal collection of folk art.

Based on the originals found in the Girard Estate by the Vitra Design Museum, the whimsical assortment of doils, both joyful and grim, is now available as a charming enhancement to any interior’

Pick from a large range of fun and colourful designs at reallywellmade.co.uk [ £83 ]