home: found this [ chair ]

home: found this [ chair ]

Cult Furniture are a favourite for incredible pieces of furniture – retro reproductions, midcentury styles and great examples of classic design. As with across the high street their sale is launched with brilliant discounts across many departments.

We found our favourite pick – the Xanthe Butterfly Accent Chair in grey leather – reduced from £199 to £139.


home: found this [ leather chairs ] 

home: found this [ leather chairs ] 

It’s all about the leather chair at Cult Furniture, with the perfect range to choose from for your lounge, bedroom, dining area or office – with great styles and in a great colour palette there’s something to suit every interior. 

With a nod to vintage and industrial trends, prices start from £99 

home: made [ magazine shelves ]

home: made [ magazine shelves ]

Storing magazines and favourite publications usually end up being under a coffee table or stacked up in a bookshelf. Why not show them off by making some alternative shelving. Keep it simple with a few pieces of wood or how about a cool leather strap to hold your magazines.

We have found a few tutorials to help you decide.

Wooden magazine shelf – burkatron.com

Ladder magazine rack – apairandasparediy.com

Ikea shelving idea – nordicdesign.ca

Leather magazine holder – burkatron.com

home: favourite thing [ armchair ]

home: favourite thing [ armchair ]

This mid century inspired armchair from made.com ticks all the boxes for the perfect addition to any living room. Wooden framed in oak and available in velvet or leather, this armchair oozes style and sophistication. We love everything about it.

The Cecil armchair comes in two velvet options – green or orange [ £549 ], whilst the two leather choices are grey [ our favourite ] and blue [ £599 ]


home: trend [ safari ]

home: trend [ safari ]

Last Summer saw the brights of tropical prints, fruit and a lot of flamingos, with patterns full of palm leaves and more fruit. This year is as vibrant but a bit more muted when it comes to colours and this time round its all about safari.

Zebras, lions, elephants and hippos replace pineapples and falmingos when it comes to ornaments, lighting and accessories. Printed wallpapers focus on leopards and big cats in bold yellow, oranges and burgandy.

Animal lamp from Rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £129 ]

Rather than going overboard with an array of clashing patterns consider introducing small pops of colour and print throughout the room. Use animal art work mixed with other photos and prints for a nod to this trend [ Desenio do some great priced posters ]. Combine this with brown leather on chairs and brass tables & shelving.
Bring in a bunch of faux palms and grass reeds and you have the look. Go as full on as you like, but be careful it doesn’t feel themed. Keep it relaxed and eclectic.


1. Safari chair from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £195 ]

2. Storage trunk from habitat.co.uk [ £40 ]

3. Hippo candle holder from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £42 ]

4. Leopard wallpaper from tindesign.co.uk [ £80 ]

5. Brass side table from westelm.co.uk [ £126 ]

6. Zebra print from desenio.co.uk [ from £11.95 ]

7. Cushion from hm.com [ £12.99 ]

8. Elephant lamp from grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £155 ]

9. Image via pinterest

home: found this [ lounge chair ] 

home: found this [ lounge chair ] 

Continuing our love of all things midcentury, we found this incredible retro style lounge chair from Rose & Grey

With its gorgeous retro silhouette, wooden frame and ribbed black leather seat, this chair ticks all boxes in style and comfort. 

Splash out on this chair and know you’ve invested in a quality piece of furniture. 


home: favourite thing [ sofa ] 

home: favourite thing [ sofa ] 

With the trends of deep dark colours and retro modern shaping being popular this DFS Richie sofa ticks many boxes – most of all it’s amazing price! This gorgeous 100% leather sofa is only £399 in their sale. 

So update the lounge with this stylish, cool, designer looking sofa at a low, low price. 

Style with dark walls, and use creams, jewel tones and metallics in the homeware details and soft furnishings.