home: made [ macrame table runner ]
This little make is a great way to bring interest to a table and gives a nod to the Seventies trend which is so popular right now.
With some basic skill and a little patience you will be able to create a gorgeous table runner from scratch. Just follow the tutorial from abeautifulmess.com
home: nice price [ glassware ]
With some stores offering sale items this week you are just in time to grab some bargains for Christmas. Not only gifts but pieces for the day itself.
Zara Home have some lovely glassware, including our favourites all at £1.99 each. Great size tumblers for water at the Christmas table…or so thing a little stronger!
Head to zarahome.com for these and more.
home: found this [ pendant light ]
We spend a lot of time looking through websites and searching for new items to share, and today we feature a little gem from made.com. This marble pendant light is super cute and perfect for a kitchen or dining room.
The simple design looks great and comes in a choice of three colours. It would also work as a cluster rather than individual pendants.
We love it!
made.com [ £49 ]
home: made [ leaf printed fabric ]
This gorgeous printed fabric is great to use as a table cloth, cushion cover or tea towel. Using real leaves, paint and a plain fabric you can create your own print and pattern.
Choose colours that work in your current space and keep it as simple as you like.
If you fancy giving it a go, head to we-are-scout.com for the full tutorial.
home: made [ Christmas table ]
If you are hosting Christmas and want a showstoping table to impress your guests, then today we share some amazing inspiration and ideas to do just that.
We have collected some of our favourite images from idealhome.co.uk and amara.com to get you in the mood for getting creative.
First thing is to decide if you want to go for simplicity or maxamlist as well as a possible colour scheme. Don’t worry about matching it to yout room, it’s Christmas!
Think about the number of guests and how much glassware, cutlery and plates you will need. These don’t all have to be on the table at once, but it is nice to have everything available for your guests.
Depending on if you have a round or rectagular table you will need to consider a centrepiece. On a round table go tall in the middle with a few differnet pieces, or on a rectugular table have a longer centrepiece running down the middle, and if you have space try a hanging decoration above to compliment.
Build the table up with your items, keeping everything evenly spread, so everyone gets to see your design. Also a nice touch for your guests is to peronalise something, maybe a napkin ring, a cracker or a simple name card in the middle of their plate tied to some foliage cuttings.
Head to the links above for more ideas and tips on creating a wonderful Christmas table.
home: favourite thing [ dining chair ]
We love a well designed chair, especially when it comes in various colour options. The Whistler dining chair from John Lewis with its polypropylene shell and upholstered seat pad looks great and gives a nod to old stackable school chairs from the 80s.
Mix and match the colours, or mix with other styles of chair around your dining table. The other bonus is that these chairs are only £99 each!
Available from johnlewis.com