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: found this [ chair ]
What a thing of beauty – sculptural, with the smoothness of concrete, a wonderful silhouette. The Hauteville low armchair may have a high price tag but this is like art to invest in.
£750 from Tin Design
In praise of the raw material, the shell construction, concrete and rebar. Refined by a technicality increasingly sophisticated, the Hauteville low armchair is a contemporary image of the low armchair of the 50’s. Unexpected flexibility and comfort. We Tin gals held a meeting on these for an hour or so, they were so comfortable we decided to stock the range! A lifetime investment.
home: follow friday [ Alma & Midori ]
Interior consultant, stylist and designer – our ‘follow friday’ is the inspirational Alma + Midori.
With an Instagram feed full of interiors ideas, design lead curated photography and imagery from their work – it’s a feast for the eyes and hopefully inspire you for your own home.
home: featured [ Winter’s Moon ]
Beautiful homeware and gift store, Winter’s Moon is perfect for Christmas shopping and for filling your home with wonderful ethical homeware all year.
Situated in one of the prettiest shops in Chichester, we are an independent gift and homewares shop mixing modern, fairtrade and vintage items to create a collection of beautiful things for living and giving.
The shop is currently closed due to governement restrictions, but our online shop never sleeps and gives you a taste of what we offer. One of our favourite elements of running Winter’s Moon is sourcing the beautiful and unique so you don’t have to.
Follow Winter’s Moon on Instagram for all the latest new products and news.
home: featured [ Dunelm ]
Just popped into Dunelm for a [ insert handy kitchenalia ] but absolutely sidetracked by such good homeware and furniture?
We rounded up our selection of favourite finishing touches of cool bits to add a little extra time an interior. From arty wall decor, modern clocks and retro cushions to excellent looking faux plants and flowers. Dunelm has it covered.
home: found this [ ARKET ]
We love what ARKET offer, with their simply styled homeware and accessories.
We particularly love their ceramics and there is lots of new arrivals to choose from. With vases, candle holders, plates and more there is sure to be something you like.
With prices from £12 it’s all very accessible.
home: nice price [ Aldi ]
You just went in for milk? There’s definitely more to Aldi than meets the eye, definitely more than a pint of milk, there is a whole collection of rather incredible affordable on-trend homewares.
Visit in store or for the full range visit online and pick up some great pieces for the home.
home: favourite thing [ lamp ]
This new arrival at West Elm is a lovely piece for a living room or bedroom. With Mid Century vibes this wood & ceramic table lamp has a simple white linen shade.
Due to it’s neutral colour pallete and design, this lamp will work in most interiors and we love it.
[ £179 ]
Available now from westelm.co.uk
home: featured [ Shrimps x Habitat ]
We know how popular the last collection was, so we know fans are going to love the second Shrimps collection for Habitat. A mix of furniture, soft furnishings, homeware and lighting.
The patterns, the colours and the nod to the 70s; the inspirational pieces are definitely going to be sought after.
Following their sell-out debut collection, Shrimps for Habitat is back with a second collection. Inspired by 1970’s Palm Springs, get excited for handwoven rattan and an uplifting colour palette of sunshine yellow, vanilla cream and sage green with touches of soft pink and sky blue. We’ve taken the collection one step further this time, extending the world of Shrimps beyond textiles and into furniture and lighting pieces. New hand drawn, painted patterns and artworks have been created especially, with some familiar Shrimps characters thrown in for good measure.
home: made [ painted walls ]
We love the look of colourblocking and using painted coloured walls to zone areas within the home.
It’s a great way to define the use of an area or create separation in a large room when many functions are housed within the same interior.
It can create design and interest, bring colour to a room with out over-pushing a single colour, as well as be an easy update to a room that can be changed and modernised without much trouble. Advantageous for rented properties or temporary abodes.
Ideas of working with paint in colour blocks can include creating a band of colour around the room or painting colour in shapes like squares, triangles, semi circles or arches. It can bring a colour pop behind a piece of furniture, it can bring warmth with a new tone – Especially with the current popular colours; rust, orange, mustard and warm beige tones.
We found some inspirational ideas on Decoist.com