home: favourite thing [ lighting ]
Make a statement above a kitchen island or dining area with this beautiful vintage industrial style ceiling light.
At a great price of £89 the Logan Glass fitting from Dunelm would be a great addition to a kitchen diner.
home: favourite thing [ glass vase ]
This smoked glass vase is the perfect addition to any room. Blending modern and vintage design, this gorgeous vase would look good on its own or mixed with other vases.
Available now from zarahome.com
[ £29.99 ]
home: favourite thing [ cabinet ]
We love this industrial style cabinet from Graham & Green with its ribbed glass panels and brushed metal handles.
It’s a great size and perfect for displaying glassware and tableware.
Available from grahamandgreen.co.uk
[ £795 ]
home: favourite thing [ decorative glasses ]
Bring a little beauty and eclecticism into the kitchen and dining area with these patterned colourful glasses from Anthropologie.
home: trend [ distressed glass ]
This year we are seeing a resurgence of antique and distressed furniture and home accessories.
Glass and mirrors have a distressed aged look to them giving them not only an antique feel, but gives interest. This trend can also stretch to the garden with large outdoor paneled mirrors.
You can also see this style on glass to tables, trays and ornaments.
Clockwise from top left:
mirror / laredoute.co.uk [ £75 ], dining table / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £695 ], round mirror / furntastic.co.uk [ £128 ], decanter / trouva.com [ £39.95 ], tray / trouva.com [ £117 ], drinks trolley / abigailahern.com [ £470 ]
home: favourite thing [ favourite thing ]
There’s so much to shop in the current summer sales.
We found and fell for these gorgeous martini glasses from John Lewis.
Mix and match with other gorgeous glassware also from their summer sale.
This set of two is half price at just £10.
Something to make the summer dining table look even prettier.
With wild flowers being a strong trend these floral glasses from Urban Outfitters are rather lovely.
A great sale bargain at £8 (were £18)