home: favourite thing [ tree candles ]
To make the Christmas table display extra special, to place around a room for soft lighting over the festive period or cluster in groups with the other sizes available – we love these tree candles from Zara Home.
These candles are just part of their beautiful Christmas decor range, which includes candle holders, baubles and other festive ornaments.
home: featured [ Bohemia Design ]
If you like you homeware handmade with Moroccan influences then you must pay a visit to Bohemia Design.
A gorgeous website full of baskets, cushions, throws and more, all made with natural materials and traditional techniques.
‘We believe in handmade; perfectly imperfect wares crafted slowly from natural materials locally sourced. Pottery, basketry, weaving are processes as old as human time, containers for storage and carrying, cloth for warmth and protection. Goods made by hand bear the character of their creator, the nuances and eccentricities integral to each piece.’
A great site to get some gift idea inspiration.
home: follow friday [ I Am Nomad ]
A beautifully curated collection of homeware and lifestyle products, I Am Nomad is a must visit store.
Head online and explore accessories, furniture, soft furnishings & gifts, all with style & function.
‘Each product is chosen with an eye to both beauty and function and is, an invitation into my personalised world, a carefully considered canvas for a life well-lived’
home: nice price [ ceiling light ]
The beautiful Deej Amber glass ceiling light, from Habitat, would make a gorgeous addition to a room, bringing a lovely soft light and ambience.
It has a huge discount – reduced from £100 to £50.
home: favourite thing [ watering can ]
This steel watering can from ARKET is a gorgeous style statement for any home.
Have this watering can out on show for easy access when you need to top up your house plants with water.
Available in grey or white. [ £25 ]
home: featured [ Noriko Nagaoka Ceramic ]
Beautiful, architectural, sculptural, nature inspired – the most incredible ceramics by Japanese ceramicist Noriko Nagaoka are pieces to be invested in, cherished, and would make gorgeous gifts.
Follow her Instagram for latest products and shop the range at Etsy.
home: made [ crackers ]
Time to start thinking about Christmas decorations and even the table decor for the big day. Start early and make your own! We love the idea of homemade crackers, filled with your own chosen little gifts.
We found a great tutorial from Pure Sweet Joy.
home: featured [ Spicer & Wood ]
Based in Stoke Newington, online store Spicer & Wood is a delight to browse. Full of gorgeous ceramics, kitchenware and soft furnishings.
Natural materials and finishes feature heavily with a warm colour palette, ideal for most interiors.
‘BASED IN STOKE NEWINGTON, SPICER AND WOOD’S ONLINE STORE WAS FOUNDED IN 2017, AND DEMONSTRATES OUR LOVE FOR NATURAL MATERIALS, CALIFORNIA, MID-CENTURY STYLE AND THE GREAT OUTDOORS.
STOCKING DESIGN-LED AND QUALITY PIECES FROM UK, EUROPE AND BEYOND, SPICER AND WOOD FOCUS ON PRODUCTS TO MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HOME‘
We highly recommend you take a look and support this small business.
home: found this [ DEKORERA collection – IKEA ]
A new collection from IKEA always gets us excited, and this new one called DEKORERA is a cool, moody selection that is perfect for right now.
‘As the holidays approach and the nights lengthen, we’re reminded of the dark, brooding portraits and still-lifes that typify the art of 17th century Dutch master painters like Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals, full of swirling, golden light, playful domestic scenes, and shadowy corners’
Combining the colours and style of these artists with Scandinavian craftsmanship the DEKORERA collection is a winner for winter.