home: trend [ faux flowers ]
It has taken a while to get on board with having faux flowers in the home but more and more of us are exploring the possibility.
Now is a great time to find those realistic looking stems, ideal for dressing a table or shelf. This season has also seen an increased interest in a 70’s favourite – dried flowers.
Invest in one or two different stems and then mix in real flowers when required. The realism is so good now on these fauxs and of course they will last.
Also look out for faux plants, perfect for dark corners of rooms. No chance of killing these off!
Clockwise from top left:
Heads Milk Vetch / abigailahern.com [ £9.00 each ], Pink Protea / audenza.com [ £26 each ], Magnolia Spray / coxandcox.co.uk [ £28 each ], Foxglove / abigailahern.com [ £14.50 each ], Allium Bouquet / marksandspencer.com [ £15 ], Eucalyptus / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £12 each ], Peony bundle / dunelm.com [ £5 ], Dried Canary Grass bunch / trouva.com [ £10.50 ]
home: found this [ RSG x HN ]
With the huge success of their pop-up store at Liberty London, Rockett St George have ventured across town to land in Harvey Nichols. Full of their unique style be inspired by a curated selection of products including accessories, furniture and gifts.
Split into two areas RSG have created one space full of kitchenware featuring gold utensils, cut glassware, marble chopping boards and black gloss tableware to name just a few. The Harvey Nichols concession gives customers an up close and personal experience to see the products in the flesh, plus get their hands on all the new arrivals.
In the second space it’s all about faux flowers, ceramics and planters; take your pick from faux roses, peonies, chrysanthemum and more. Browse the stunning selection of vases and planters, as well as geometric terrariums perfect for cacti and small plants. All this set amongst gold ornaments, bird foot candle holders, flamingo lamps and animal money boxes, you are in for a real treat.
If that wasn’t enough there is a lovely selection of cushions including Bella Freud and an array of furniture; cocktail trolleys, coffee tables and dining chairs. What are you waiting for?
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[ keep an eye out over the next few weeks on Instagram as we will be having an RSG exclusive giveaway ]
home: featured [ Abigail Ahern ]
With an eclectic assortment of glam and ultra lux pieces mixed with faux flowers and a dash of rustic folk ATELIER Abigail Ahern is a must visit homeware store.
With a signature colour palette of ‘ intoxicating, dark inky hues ‘ Abigail Ahern herself is well known for her trend setting designs, glamorous touches and beautiful finishes.
As a renowned designer and author Abigail Ahern launched her store in 2003 giving us a glimpse into her world, giving us the opportunity to inject a bit of it into our own homes. Full of accessories, prints, soft furnishings, wall decor, faux plants, lighting and a lot more, ATELIER Abigail Ahern is an elaborate playground for any interiors lover.
Our favourite pieces include a beaded chandelier, marble side table and selection of vases.
Along with a well put together website, there is a great blog to keep up to date with, plus an inspiring Instagram page to follow.
ATELIER Abigail Ahern
12 – 14 Essex Road
Mon – Sat [ 10:30 – 18:00 ]
Sun [ 12:00 17:00 ]