Launched in 2001 this eclectic online store brings you a fresh take on traditional and new products with Scandinavian & Industrial influences.
Cox & Cox collection of lighting, furniture, accessories, soft furnishings and more is full of quality pieces to inspire and help you create a gorgeous home.
Our favourite pieces include their rattan chairs, rugs and storage baskets. With a muted and natural colour pallete any item will work in any interior. So make sure you head to the website and start getting inspired.
A little bit of Scandinavian perfection in from lovely Swedish brand Minus Tio. Having featured their coat rack last week we felt this store needed to be shouted about.
Their legacy and basis for all their designs are summed up with a perfect collation of words… ‘Sweden in the 80’s – Dark winters, cross county skiing, Sigurd Lewerentz, Alvar Aalto. Pine, rocky islands and concrete, Saab and Nintendo. This is often where we start our projects.’
With a talented team of designers they have exquisite design, using sustainable materials and their range includes chairs, tables and accessories; furniture for both the home or commercial use.
Minus tio is all about the love of furniture. Our collection is unique, contemporary and locally produced. We design, we manufacture and we sell.
A dash of perfect design for your hallway from Minus Tio. This ‘Manage Monday’ coat rack is a Swedish design, storage and hook solution for keeping organised in the home or office. Minimal, linear design and a fun architectural structure – a great statement piece; both functional and eye pleasing design.
Made.com is always a great place to start when looking for lighting solutions, and the Seppo collection ticks a lot of boxes.
Choose from four diffetent styles – floorlamp, tablelamp, wall light and ceiling light – all with the same unique style. The industrial look finished in matt black with brass fixing creates a statement look, combined with the practicality of an adjustable spotlight.
The sleek floorlamp will fit into most rooms and doesn’t take up much space, while the 3 lamp ceiling light would look great in a kitchen or above a dining table.
As we have said in the past we are certainly partial to a bit of concrete and brutalism in our homes. What is great to see, is that this material is accessible to all with more stores introducting home accessories and furniture using concrete.
Last year and a large part of this year we have seen concrete sit alongside metalics, like copper, brass and gold. Now we are seeing a more sedated, subtle use of concrete mixed with glass and wood.
Of course the metal additions are still there, but more toned down, likely in brushed brass and black finishes.
The great thing about concrete is that it comes in all shapes and sizes, and works in all rooms. Vases and table tops in the living room, pendant lights in the bedroom, utensil pots in the kitchen or stationary storage in an office. The options are endless.
Concrete lends itself really well to industrial, Scandinavian and monochrome interiors, but it can also make a statement in other settings. A concrete lamp base or table top, can be dressed up with colour and print to suit.
The real winner for using concrete in your home is to blend it with neutral tones and mixed textures. There are no rules so have a go at introducing this material into a room and we garauntee you will go back for more.
AnotherHomeBlog favourite, Labour & Wait have this beauty of a light shade. Both industrial style and sparkly, we love this enamel lampshade with the white speckled pattern at just £58.
This enamel lampshade is especially made for us by Riess in Austria, and is a replica of the vintage shades which were fitted in our first shop. This classic design was originally used in workshops, garages and industrial buildings.