hope: follow friday [ Terian Tilston ]
Bringing and pattern to interiors, the very talented Terian Tilston is definitely worth a follow for exciting inspiration, style ideas of how to work with colour and pattern to complement each other, and create happy interiors.
Designer, maker and DIYer, Terian creates affordable joyful spaces with wall colour and pattern, clashing colours in the perfect way and adds tonal homewares and furniture that bring the looks together.
home: follow friday [ Treacle George ]
Cotswolds based Treacle George is a great find if you are in town of Tetbury. A gorgeous homeware store full of well known design brands in furniture, lighting and accessories.
Combining style and function all the pieces in Treacle George are selected by owner Laurence to give the customer the best choice and experience.
‘Treacle George is dedicated to designs that instill pride, each and every time you interact with them. From the day you bring them home until… well, forever‘
Go follow on Instagram as well!
home: featured [ Lucy Tiffney ]
The incredible beautiful designs of Lucy Tiffney make bold statements in a home, whether it’s on the floor with a rug, on the wall in wallpaper or a mural, or wrapped around you in the form of one of her blankets.
Her strong bold designs have also created amazing collaboration collections including ranges with Debenhams and Sofa.com
Lucy Tiffney, award winning Design Studio established in 2016, has evolved from years of fulfilling creative commissions and an ambition to make unique, fresh, colourful and happy designs for all.
Born out of an inherent necessity to create, Lucy’s original, large scale, bold murals and beautiful wallpapers showcase her signature hand painterly style and unique interpretation of the natural world.
home: found this [ Jonathan Adler x H&M ]
Next week sees the launch of H&M’s first ever homeware designer collaboration and its a good one. They have teamed up with Jonathan Adler, known for his maximalist style and decorative ceramics.
This collection oozes fun and style with bold colours and pattern and quirky touches including a blanket with ‘naughty’ and ‘nice’ on and illustrated vases with men & womens faces.
The collection launches in selected stores on 14th November. If you are in Regent St, London and a rewards member you will get the chance to meet Jonathan Adler and get a free gift on the day.
Head to hm.com for more info and the teaser video. Prices have not yet been released.
home: trend [ statement rugs ]
To bring a room together or to give you a starting point for styling and picking colours for a room; a statement rug is the place to start.
The two main routes to take for interior designing from the chosen rug is to keep the rest of the room simple and minimal and take colours from the rug for small highlights around the room or follow the maximalist trend and continue from the statement rug with bold walls, patterns in soft furnishings and layer textures.
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Maison Du Monde £103.50
French Connection £155
Rugs Direct £385.99
Modern Rugs £959.20
La Redoute from £99
home: found this [ IKEA x B. Akerlund ]
IKEA has always been a company to push design ideas and bring fun into our homes. A new collection designed with fashion stylist Bea Akerlund may just be their boldest yet, where a heavy gothic vibe meets Alice in Wonderland.
Omedelbar is a limited edition collection launching in March and is expected to be a hit. The collection consists of vases, accessories, furniture and soft furnishings in bold black, red and gold.
Look out for top hat and boot vases, a crown bowl, lip shaped cushion and a giant pocket watch wall clock.
We can’t wait to see it in the flesh.
Head to ikea com for the latest.
home: trend [ mosaic ]
This season’s trend for mosaics shows how patterns of mosaic tiles or patterns in the style of, are not just for holiday destinations or even a bathroom – that can work in any room as a feature or pattern on the wall or homeware.
Blending art, architecture and design, mosaic tile is one of the oldest forms of wall and floor covering. Using the tiny squares known as tesserae, Ancient Greeks and Romans created detailed stories and intricate geometric patterns, and mosaic art embellishes ceilings, walls and floors from Byzantium to Barcelona // SeattleTimes.com
Using mosaics on walls can make a bold design statement and an incredible alternative to wallpaper or paint for a feature wall. You could use block colour or patterned design depending on the colour scheme and style of room. It could be used on a chimney breast, kitchen wall or even as an alternative way of creating a headboard for a bed.
Not looking to be so bold? There’s lots of accessories to bring a little of the trend into the home – on ceramics and fabrics.
Bathroom set £14.94 Wayfair
Dessert Plate Set of 4 £21 La Redoute
Mosaic Towels from £6 BHS
Giraffe Mug £14.99 Fortune & Hopkins l
home: nice price [ lamp shade ]
Dunelm is growing and growing in reputation for being a go-to store for affordable great homeware and furniture. This well priced lamp shade is no exception.
It’s great minimal fresh white look, 3D artichoke style gives it a designer look but at the fraction of the price
home: event [ designer maker Christmas fair ]
There are a plethora of Christmas fairs across the capital (and country) throughout the lead up to the big day but we loved the look of the Kindred DesignerMaker Fair on Portabello.
‘Kindred Studios & friends are launching their first ever Portobello Market Christmas Fair, showcasing over 45 emerging artists and artisans ready to take over Tavistock square on the North end of Portobello Road.
A wide range of unique, handmade and affordable gifts will be on sale- all made locally. ‘
Dec 1 / Tavistock Road W11
home: featured [ Jo Angell ]
In the lovely old-meets-new development at Kings Cross (London), Granary Square was host to this year’s Design Junction. A huge spread of exhibitors showing new season products and interior trends as well as super brands popping up shop selling current products, home accessories, accessories and furniture.
Here we got to meet the lovely Jo Angell and see her brand (of the same name) selling her gorgeous pattern and architectural lead designs in print, on homewares and stationery. Angell, based in North London, from her extensive and successful graphic design background now produces her designs on fabric, art prints and wall paper, as well as translating these designs to tea towels, ceramic mugs and greetings cards.
Her patterns are crisp and fun using great colours, and all pieces would be fantastic in a modern home. Her prints would stand out alone on a wall but work excellently in a gallery cluster and her kitchenwares would brighten up any crisp white kitchen. We love her bold designs taken from images of an favourite London architectural site – the old, no longer used, gas holders, which turn these metalwork giants into a great colourful abstract prints on paper and fabric.
Check out the online store for shopping or to find out where she is exhibiting next or upcoming projects.
1 Kings Cross gas holder print in navy
2 great prints of colour and geometric designs
3 Tea towels
4 Patterned mugs
5 Prints working great in a cluster
6 Wall paper designed for Graham + Brown