home: found this [ rug ]
That fresh look and feel that bringing green into an interior is uplifting and invigorating. Green is a strong colour trend now with dark greens filling the shelves of homewares, and also paint colours, wallpapers and soft furnishings.
This beautiful green patterned Bokhara rug in the sale at Fy! would be a great way to bring a huge splash of green to a room without any solid commitment. Rugs are a great method to bring colour but handy to swap around the home in different rooms to keep updating looks.
home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]
If you want a statement light that will turn heads then look no further than the Tage Pendant from Nordic Nest.
Available in five shades we love this green, bringing a retro feel to your space.
Perfect for hanging over a dining table, the nine globes on this pendant give directional light all around.
[ £282 ]
home: found this [ floor lamp ]
This gorgeous floor lamp from oliverbonas.com is an ideal piece for a bedroom or living room, and we love it. The mix of wood and metal is just right and gives a slight nod to mid-century design.
You can adjust the lamp shades for a more direct light. At the moment it is only available in green, but we are hoping more tones will become available.
If not, this green will do just fine!
[ £125 ]
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: nice price [ bamboo planter ]
Hard to resist, at just £16, Matalan have come up trumps with this bamboo planter with tripod legs. With a vintage nod, it’s a great little piece of homeware to add some fresh greenery to a room.
home: trend [ tranquil dawn ]
With a new year brings new trends and new colours to get excited about, and this January sees the launch of Dulux colour of the year – Tranquil Dawn. A shade of green, that is close to a moss green and is a extremely calming colour. It is also very adaptable and can be used alongside pinks, stones, blues and earthy shades.
‘A colour inspired by the morning sky, to help give homes the human touch’
Similar shades of green are being seen in accessories and furniture. You may not want to necessarily layer green on green, but use this as an accent to create your space.We love the combination of pink & green, especially if you’re using it on a wall. Pink tableware and ceramics can also compliment a green wall and then add terracotta’s, yellows and blues to build up a gorgeous pallette.
Clockwise from top left:
Sofa / ikea.com [ £425 ], rug / made.com [ £159 ], cushion cover / hm.com [ £12.99 ], vases / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ from £11.95 ], 2pk napkins / hm.com [ £8.99 ], pottery / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ from £8 ]
home: trend [ neo mint ]
Jumping on the colourful back of ‘it’ colour millennial pink, we have a new shade in town for 2020 – neo mint.
Not a shade many will put as first choice for a room colour or furniture fabric, but bear with us. This bright, mint colour is described as ‘an oxygenating, fresh tone that harmonises science and technology with nature’.
It’s a calming colour that will work well with our hectic lives and give us positive vibes.
We are starting to see it online in accessories and wallpapers, as well as chairs and some larger pieces like sofas. Of course we wouldn’t imagine anyone would go mint throughout a whole room, but we suggest adding accents alongside paler shades.
Neo Mint may not be for all, but keep an eye out as you may become to love it!
Clockwise from top left:
Sofa – wayfair.co.uk [ £730 ] / mural – muralswallpaper.co.uk [ from £36 ] / bin – made.com [ £35 ] / pen holder – trouva.com [ £10 ] / kids chest of drawers – laredoute.co.uk [ £275 ] / tiles – claybrookstudio.co.uk [ from £7.38 ] / chair – uk.myfaktory.com [ £39.90 ]
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 ]
home: favourite thing [ chair ]
We love a good chair and with mid century styling it can never fail to be a design statement in a room.
This ‘Carlo’ midcentury armchair from West Elm, in the olive fabric currently reduced from £599 to £479, is the perfect update to a lounge.
A lovely accompaniment to a similar style sofa, a nice pop of colour, a comfy stylish reading chair – invest in beautiful furniture for your home.
home: featured [ Argos ]
High street giant Argos is definitely one to put on the list for great homeware and furniture.
With Habitat and Sainsburys Homeware under their belt and their own great home designs, the range of products to choose from is vast and offering great design, on trend pieces, super value and ample choice.
Industrial, Green and Faux Planting all feature in their new season collection and it’s easy to create entire room styling solely from them, from the sofa and shelving down to the ceramics and cushions.
There’s even same delivery on some products!
To make it even more appealing there’s even more all under the same (virtual) roof to help you out – from toasters and kettles, mattresses to fridges and even all you need for the garden too!