home: found this [ vases ]

home: found this [ vases ]

Looking to freshen up your vase collection this Autumn? Then head to Oliver Bonas where their new selection of ceramics is just gorgeous.

Choose from various sizes and colour finishes including dipped, hand finished and glazed.

Prices start from £24

Available now from oliverbonas.com

home: found this [ ceramic vases ]

home: found this [ ceramic vases ]

We just love these new ceramics from oliverbonas.com. Fresh, colourful and individual, these hand painted vases with a mix of crackle and reflective glaze are perfect for freshening up a room for Spring.

Mix different styles and sizes along with other ceramics and ornaments for a balanced shelf or table.

[ available now from £18 ]

home: found this [ Soho Ceramics ]

home: found this [ Soho Ceramics ]

We love a new season with lots of new arrivals hitting the stores. A favourite of ours spotted this week is from Rockett St George. Their Soho Ceramics range of vases and planters is the perfect addition to any home. The 70’s colours will bring warmth to a room and the paint dipped finish creates texture and pattern. A quirky addition is that all the ceramics are named after streets in Soho, London.

Clockwise from top left:

Frith vase [ £35 ], Archer vase [ £32 ], Wardour hanging planter [ £39 ], Lexington vase [ £32 ], Argyll tripod planter [ £29 ], Romilly vase [ £52 ]

Available online and at their new concession in Harvey Nichols, London [ full post coming soon ]

Rockettstgeorge.co.uk

home: made [ dipped baskets ]

home: made [ dipped baskets ]

We have come to see quite a lot of paint dipped items for the home over the last year or two. But this trend seems to be staying and where it has been really popular on furniture; chair and stool legs aswell as ceramics and vases, the big look carrying on through Summer into Autumn is dipped baskets.

This simple diy project uses very little extras on top of the basket itself. Pick the size and shape, decide on a paint colour – this could be a bright vibrant shade or classic white, also consider metalic shades – and grab a tray or large bowl to drop the basket into. [ another option is to use dye instead of paint ]

We have some tutorials below for you to follow.

Marthastewart.com
Dreamalittlebigger.com

Papernstitchblog.com