home: favourite thing [ mirror cabinet ]

home: favourite thing [ mirror cabinet ]

This stylishly simple bathroom cabinet form Urban Outfitters is a winner. The secret shelving compartment is neatly tucked away behind a sliding rectangular mirror.

Black edging finishes it off with wooden shelving, giving it a contempory look.

[ £120 ]

urbanoutfitters.com

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home: featured [ Tile Flair ]

home: featured [ Tile Flair ]

If you want to bring pattern, colour or an alternative finish to a wall, surface or area – tiles could be that perfect way.

The huge range of tiles now available at affordable prices can bring a designer, creative and unique look to a home.

The gorgeous range at Tile Flair can do just that. A mix of traditional, modern, quirky, international and vintage designs offers to give you a wealth of choice and the perfect style for your brief.

Think outside the (design) box and think about where tiles can be used other than just the expected bathroom floors and kitchen splash backs – tiles could be used in other rooms to add colour, texture and pattern; they could be used as the wall behind a bed as a unique head board; they could be used on chimney breast as a feature design; or they could even be used for hallway walls – the perfect practical wall finish for a high traffic area!!

home: found this [ lamp ]

home: found this [ lamp ]

Perfect piece of lighting to update a room. The Hudson Retro Metal Table Lamp from Cult Furniture, is a great investment at £129.00

They say;

When night falls, switch on this Hudson desk lamp for an altogether more glamorous look. From a choice of table lamp and matching standing floor lamp, the Hudson range has a modern take on Art Deco styling. Freshen up your space with its domed shade, sleek stand and solid, tapered base, there’s no better way to make your home feel warm and decorate with light.

home: made [ pet bed ]

home: made [ pet bed ]

Head to One Good Thing By Jillie for plenty of great projrct ideas including this easy little tutorial for a pet bed, that’s so simple, quick and all you really need a a sweatshirt or jumper (vary size depending on size of your pet!)

It’s a great way to upcycle a jumper and can be made to suit your interior with colour, pattern or fabric !

home: favourite thing [ bench ]

home: favourite thing [ bench ]

With the natural rustic scandi look so on trend, and a love of using natural materials, we find this gorgeous wooden bench with cotton plaited seat to good to be true, especially at the sale offer price of £69.99 (was £89.99) from Zara Home.

Use in hallway for a seat, for an outdoor low table or even by the bedside – a useful little piece of furniture.

home: featured [ Oliver Bonas ]

home: featured [ Oliver Bonas ]

Always a winner for modern homeware, gifts and fashion Oliver Bonas brings us colourful & practical pieces for our interior needs.

Find velvet and mixed metals, marble and wood in furniture, wall decor, tableware and more.

With more and more stores popping up in our high streets OB is a great choice for gifts with a large selection of books, glassware and small accessories, each with a touch of individuality that OB does so well.

Head to oliverbonas.com to explore their range

home: event [ Portmeirion exhibition ]

home: event [ Portmeirion exhibition ]

Worth catching before it ends in July, this Portmeirion exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum runs til the 28th.

They say;

Portmeirion is a British success story. Its innovative designs have set trends in the pottery industry over six decades. The company has thrived at a time when many of its famous, long-established rivals have not managed to survive. 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of Susan Williams-Ellis (1918-2007), founder of the pottery, whose classic designs include ‘Totem’, ‘Magic City’ and the ever-popular ‘Botanic Garden’.