home: made [ painted glass jars ]
This super easy diy project will transform basic glass jars into quirky monochrome storage containers.
You could do this with any pot or jar you like, some spray paint, washi tape and a sharpie.
Experiment with different patterns and shapes to create some chic Scandi inspired home accessories.
Full tutorial at hunker.com
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.
home: nice price [ glassware ]
Update the dining table with some colour for spring with these tinted wine glasses – with or without stem.
They are half price in the Zara Home sale.
£3.99 – £5.99
home: featured [ Catalog Ltd ]
Edinburgh based modern homeware store, Catalog Ltd is a wonderful curated range of products for the home, furniture, gifts and unique items. Explore a small selection of the range online at Trouva. Scandi influenced, design led and with an edge of difference to a lot of the modern independent homeware stores. Head to their main website to view the incredible designer pieces of modern furniture and full range of products. With regular updates of stock and an interior design service offered, they can ensure your home will be styled perfectly.
About the brand, they say;
Located in Edinburgh, Catalog Ltd offers interior accessories for the contemporary home sourced by owners Ralf Farthing and Dixie Mirowski. This husband and wife duo curate an array of homewares, from soft furnishings to lighting solutions which they refresh regularly to maintain interest. They run an interior design service alongside their shop and are experts in interior styling and trends.
home: found this [ ceramics ]
We spotted these fun ceramics from zarahome.com and are great to buy individually or as a set.
The grid print earthenware range comes in 4 different sizes of bowl and plate starting from £5.99.
The monochrome design is really cool and would fit in perfectly with a stripped back Scandi style kitchen.
Head to zarahome.com to explore the collection
home: made [ napkin rings ]
Napkin rings can add that extra special detail to a dining table setting. We love the idea that these can be personalised, colour matched and designed to suit your theme with the wealth of DIY ideas available across the internet.
Head to Brit & Co for a great mix of links to tutorials for modern design DIY napkin rings.
home: featured [ Ikea dining and kitchen ]
Very excited and spirits absolutely lifted with the gorgeous colourful new range of retro inspired kitchenalia and diningware from Ikea.
Bring splashes of colour and retro pattern into your home with products including trays, plates, glassware, ice buckets and bowls!