home: made [ Christmas centre pieces ]

home: made [ Christmas centre pieces ]

Make a Christmas table beautiful with the perfect centre piece. We’ve scoured the internet for ideas but the common theme is knowing you can use things from around the house or easy to obtain, to create one.

Gather old bottles, jars or a wooden box; use off cuts of tree, forage some holy or conifer branches; find ribbon, washi tape or torn paper found at home; use old paint samples or spray paint; find pebbles or stones; plus hand write or print festive text or guests names.

[ images sourced from across google and Pinterest ]

home: follow friday [ I Am Nomad ]

home: follow friday [ I Am Nomad ]

A beautifully curated collection of homeware and lifestyle products, I Am Nomad is a must visit store.

Head online and explore accessories, furniture, soft furnishings & gifts, all with style & function.

‘Each product is chosen with an eye to both beauty and function and is, an invitation into my personalised world, a carefully considered canvas for a life well-lived’

iamnomad.com

home: made [ Christmas garlands ]

home: made [ Christmas Garlands ]

Find inspiration this Christmas period to make some gorgeous DIY garland and wall hangings.

We have found a lovely selection of tutorials at mymove.com. Adapt the designs to suite your style & space. Whether you likes things more minimal or exaggerated you can enjoy making your own Christmas decorations.

Out tops picks are pictured!

home: found this [ chair ]

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

They say;

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: follow friday [ The Den & Now ]

home: follow friday [ The Den & Now ]

Cheshire based The Den & Now is an emporium of gorgeous homeware and accessories.

As well as lovely furniture pieces and lighting, you can purchase beautiful soaps, candles and diffusers. A great online store for some Christmas gift buying.

I’ve always loved mixing one-off vintage pieces, full of natural character and nostalgic charm, with contemporary Scandinavian and industrial style design to create unique living spaces – which is where our name The Den & Now comes from, ‘the then and now’ (the past and present). The Den being a play on words and meaning a hidden home, a secret lair, somewhere you can retreat to that is special to you’

thedenandnow.co.uk

home: made [ crackers ]

home: made [ crackers ]

Time to start thinking about Christmas decorations and even the table decor for the big day. Start early and make your own! We love the idea of homemade crackers, filled with your own chosen little gifts.

We found a great tutorial from Pure Sweet Joy.

home: featured [ Spicer & Wood ]

home: featured [ Spicer & Wood ]

Based in Stoke Newington, online store Spicer & Wood is a delight to browse. Full of gorgeous ceramics, kitchenware and soft furnishings.

Natural materials and finishes feature heavily with a warm colour palette, ideal for most interiors.

‘BASED IN STOKE NEWINGTON, SPICER AND WOOD’S ONLINE STORE WAS FOUNDED IN 2017, AND DEMONSTRATES OUR LOVE FOR NATURAL MATERIALS, CALIFORNIA, MID-CENTURY STYLE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS.

STOCKING DESIGN-LED AND QUALITY PIECES FROM UK, EUROPE AND BEYOND, SPICER AND WOOD FOCUS ON PRODUCTS TO MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME

We highly recommend you take a look and support this small business.

spicerandwood.co.uk