home: found this [ glassware ]

home: found this [ glassware ]

Brighten up your drinks cabinet with these jewel tone glasses and decanters from Oliver Bonas.

Mix and match the vibrant shades for an eclectic vintage look.

Available now from oliverbonas.com [ from £7 ]

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home: favourite thing [ glasses ]

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.

home: trend [ jewel tone glassware ]

home: trend [ jewel tone glassware ]

Key trend of the season, jewel tones are staying around. An easy and beautiful way to introduce these tones of colour to any room, is with glassware.

Glasses, vases, plates, dishes, bowls, jars – when in beautiful jewel tones, are pieces of art – homeware meant to be on show, displayed, and a great way to bring colour to an interior.

It’s a colour palette that seems to be being embraced across the high street and therefore at a range of prices.

Our favourite idea is to create rich, colourful table settings by combining glassware, plates and vases of different tones. Add highlights of copper or gold (cutlery, candelabras or napkin rings) to finish the look perfectly.

Top row

Oliver Bonas £28 / Rinkit £8.99 / Maison Du Monde £16

Middle row

Trouva £65 / LSA at Amazon £32.94 / Wayfair £33.99

Bottom row

Sophie Conran from £65 / Pad Lifestyle £135 / Wayfair £21.99

home: nice price [ glass tumblers ]

home: nice price [ glass tumblers ]

If you are looking for some additional glassware to spruce up your cupboards or just looking for something new then take a look at made.com. These lovely and simply designed stacking tumblers are great for all occasions. We believe you can never have enough glasses in the house so why not treat yourself.

They are handmade and have a subtle smoke colouring to them with small bubbles visible within the glass.

[ £19 set of 4 ]

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home: nice price [ glassware ]

With H&M Home going from strength to strength, and another stand alone store just opened on Regent St, London, we can see why there is such a buzz at the moment. Their product choice is on trend and has appeal to everyone with its simple design and Scandinavian influences.

Our pick is this fluted glass range including a tumbler, champagne coupes and carafe. This is really well priced glassware, with a modern take on a vintage design.

[ from 3.99 ]

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home: found this [ Ikea ]

home: found this [ Ikea ]

Keep your eyes peeled for a fab new range at Ikea this season. It’s called Tankvard and is a celebration of craftsmanship with glassware, textiles and furniture.

There is limited information about prices right now but looking at press images it’s a collection to get excited about. Lots of rattan and woven furniture alongside ink dyed bedding and cushions.

Tactility is central to TÄNKVÄRD. IKEA calls it ‘material-ism’ – a celebration of nature’s finest materials through sustainable style that ages well. Textiles you want close to your skin

The new collection mixes Japanese influences and design with Scandi style. A gorgeous range you will surely want to get you hands on.