home: nice price [ plant pot ]
Always wanting to have more indoor gardening, we love ensuring our plants have great pots to contain them.
This linear face illustrated pot from Hema is perfect and only £10.
Facial and body illustrations and mouldings are well in trend so this ticks the trend box too.
A flower pot made of off-white ceramic with a craquelure effect and a coaster made of the same material. The flower pot is decorated with faces drawn in black. They are fun to combine in small groups or with the small flower pot. The different heights create a playful effect.
Magically transform your home into your new home with our living accessories. You can combine the various textures, prints, sizes and colours for a playful effect.
home: made [ peg board ]
We love this DIY wall organiser, perfect for outdoors and storing your garden tools.
Dress up the shelves with plants and use the pegs for hanging items. With just a piece of plywood, some wooden dowel and a drill you can make this practical piece.
For all the details head to hunker.com
home: featured [ Prick London ]
We love discovering gems on our own doorstep and love to shout about independent businesses – Prick London ticks both boxes.
They may be fully sold out right now (except for books!) but it’s testament to the great product. Keep an eye on the site for new stock coming and you can fill your home with beautiful cacti and succulents.
Due to current circumstances their Hackney store is closed but the website is open and hopefully soon stocked with gorgeous greenery!
PRICK – LONDON’S FIRST CACTUS SHOP
PRICK IS LONDON’S FIRST BOUTIQUE DEDICATED TO CACTI AND OTHER SUCCULENTS. BASED IN DALSTON, EAST LONDON, IT OFFERS A SELECTION OF THE MOST UNUSUAL AND EXOTIC PLANTS SOURCED FROM ACROSS THE UK AND EUROPE. PRICK SEES CACTI AND SUCCULENTS AS LIVING SCULPTURES THAT TAKE YEARS TO FULLY DEVELOP. STORE FOUNDER GYNELLE LEON EXPLAINS, “THEY ARE A BEAUTIFUL AND SUSTAINABLE WAY TO TRANSFORM ANY INTERIOR. DUE TO THEIR LOW MAINTENANCE AND HARDY NATURE, THEY’RE WELL SUITED TO MODERN CITY LIVING.”.
home: found this [ bistro set ]
The perfect little addition to any outdoor space these bistro sets from grahamandgreen.co.uk are just adorable.
The classic style and vibrant colours are great for small gardens or balconies.
This set of 2 chairs and a table comes in three colour options [ £120 ]
home: found this [ rattan chair ]
Continuing to fill our homes with beautiful rattan, we found this gorgeous chair from Zara Home.
The detail and the curved silhouette is perfect. An great addition to a garden room or outdoor lounge area.
home: featured [ Naken ]
Fall in love and fall into a rabbit hole browsing the extensive collections of homeware and furniture available at Naken Interiors.
Every area of the home is covered. With designer, scandi, industrial, midcentury modern and more, styles of products – there’s so much to choose from and cover all tastes.
Well priced for designer pieces and high end style, create new looks for your interiors that are on trend but also timeless classics.
Our favourites include their extensive range of great patterned wall papers, gorgeous lighting and so many great lounge chairs – you’ll run out of space!
home: nice price [ macrame deck chair ]
Everyone is well on board the macrame trend and enjoying creating homewares including baskets, wall hangings and planters, from this delicate string construction, but this beautiful deckchair from French Connection takes the process to another level.
It’s a stunning mix of macrame and wood that results in a great piece of outdoor garden furniture.
Head to the French Connection home sale. This deckchair was £295 and is now £147, and for a further 20% off use code 20EXTRA
Relax outside on warmer days in the Acacia Macrame Folding Chair. A portable wooden frame holds an intricate, textured macrame seat, making for a comfortable and eye-catching chair. Easy to fold down and transport or store away, this chair is the perfect finishing touch for your garden.
home: found this [ garden chair ]
Beautiful investment pieces of furniture are not just for indoors.
Create a beautiful outdoor lounge area with these incredible chairs from Heals.
The Roy Cocoon chair by Vincent Sheppard was £701 and is now £595. It’s available in two colours – black or camel.
home: found this [ outdoor bistro set ]
This lovely three piece bistro set from Habitat is perfect for small gardens, balconies or terraces.
The two pink metal chairs and table will bring some colour and interest to your outside space, and foldable so you can easily store them away in Winter.
Available in other colours and as a five piece set.
[ £120 ]
home: made [ outdoor coffee table And stools ]
Summer is round the corner and as well as the stores being full of on trend, modern lounge and dining furniture for your garden, it’s also an opportunity to think about getting creative and making garden furniture from other paraphernalia. It’s great to seek out vintage, retro or industrial items that can be turned into tables, chairs, planters – all to give an unique quirky look to your outdoor living area.
We’ve found a few great ideas to give you some creative inspiration.
Quirky and bright, we love this easy diy, using old milk crates for stools or tables, spotted on BalconyGardenWeb. Head to eBay for old crates or contact local milk delivery firm. A great way to get pops of colour in the garden.
Search for vintage style giant spools, which sound crazy but are relatively easy to get from builders merchants or diy stores as this is what they sell electric cabling, chains and rope on. If they sell by the length then every so often they’ll be getting rid of the spool! We also spotted some on eBay where someone has already sanded, prepared and made perfect to use! A sourced spool, with a little sanding and a wax or varnish, make perfect ready made tables! The wood is generally already weather proof.
With a bit of a search, we spotted an abundance of ideas for the wooden reels including a gorgeous planter on The Empowered Educator Online.
Another great project would be to upcycle large old tins (often from cooking oil or other ingredients) into stools or tables. Add wooden tops or padded tops. Spray in chosen colour or leave as is and take advantage of the cool typography and graphics often used as the labelling of the product.
There’s lots of inspiration on Pinterest including these padded top stools from The Upcyclist blog