home: featured [ Liberty London ]

home: featured [ Liberty London ]

Situated in the heart do the West End, London, Liberty is a must visit store. This iconic building is a joy to walk around, with so much history at every turn.

Head to the third & fourth floor for beautiful homeware. Including well known brands House Of Hackney, Emma Bridgewater, Hay & Astier De Villatte, as well as lots of new emerging designers & makers.

Liberty is full of gorgeous ceramics, dinnerware, art, soft furnishings, candles and more. It’s well worth a visit!

libertylondon.com

home: favourite thing [ Liberty art prints ]

home: favourite thing [ Liberty art prints ]

If you are looking to freshen up a wall or just fancy some new art then Liberty’s new range of archive prints might be just the thing.

Gorgeous patterns and designs from Liberty prints of the past have been digitally copied to create there lovely pieces.

This collection of unframed prints pays homage to Liberty’s vast scope of archival designs that span across the last century and a half, from the Arts and Crafts and Aesthetic Movements to ‘70s-era Bauhaus graphics and ‘90s grunge florals’

[ £30 unframed ]

libertylondon.com

home: found this [ Cissy Wears ]

home: found this [ Cissy Wears ]

Launched this week in Liberty department store, London is the exceptional Cissy Wears, with its kids pop-up store. Full of clothing, accessories, and toys for the little ones. This brand brings quality and style to kidswear with a fresh colour pallete of monochrome, greys and dusty pinks.  

Our favourites pieces include the must have Miffy lamp and Design Letters tableware and accessories. 

The pop-up will be around until just after Christmas and there will be lots of workshops and events coming up. Check out their website and Instagram for details.

Liberty.co.uk

home: daily [ RSG @Liberty ]

home: daily [ RSG @Liberty ]

If you aren’t familiar with Rockett St George by now, then you should be. Whether you are a fan or a just a lover of exciting interiors then you should head to Liberty department store and see the cool, extraordinary, and flamboyant array of items in the flesh.

Up until now RSG has been primarily online based since 2007, growing a massive following and celebrity fans. Set up by Jane Rockett & Lucy St George, the company has grown with its vast online shop, a number of pop up events and talks hosted by the the ladies themselves. Now is the time RSG can reach the masses with its 5 month residence at Liberty, London.

Taking over a large space on the fourth floor set around a stunning atrium RSG have created zones, each one a different area of the house / garden, individualy capturing the essence of the brand with its eclectic, quirky, fun feel.

Wander through ‘GARDEN’ and you are greeted by an abundance of faux plants and tropical birds, hanging concrete pots and gorgeous lighting. If you don’t fancy a faux bird how about a gnome ornament or candle or how about the fab hanging monkey light.
Head though to ‘LIGHTING’ and ‘KITCHEN’ with a strong industrial feel; brass and chrome pendant lights, glass dome lamps and retro light cords blend into black wood chopping boards, marble patterned ceramics and gold accessories. [ Don’t miss the giant safety pins and gorgeous animal hooks assortment ]

Keep walking at you hit ‘BOUDOIR’ with amazing scented candles, quirky lotion bottles and slogan make-up bags. The key background colour throughout the brand is black, and believe it or not it actually works. This strong identity really stands out amongst other online stores and it translates perfectly into Liberty with all the walls painted matt black.

Soft furnishings and wallpaper is next and here you will find an array of fabulous lip and eye printed cushions, sheepskin rugs and some stunning wallpapers including wood paneling, ivy wall, and marble tiles.

The final areas of this vast space are ‘OFFICE’ and ‘LIVING’ which includes a  favourite of ours ‘COCKTAIL CORNER’!

The office set up has a picture wall to beat all picture walls, full of neon slogan lights and framed artwork. RSG has some great in-house products including their slogan notebooks…and of course they are black.

The great thing about this pop-up is every bit of furniture, every light, every piece of wall decor is possible to buy. Take it straight from the shop floor or order from the website.

Go glam with fun monkey candle holders and black & gold faux plants. There are some fantastic finds to make your dining room come alive and be the envy of your friends. Our favourites include skull bowls and beakers, and the honeycomb candle voltives.

There is a strong tropical feel throughout the space with palm tree lights and pineapple ornaments, perfect for creating your own cocktail corner at home. All in all RSG has created an amazing shop bringing something new to Liberty. Get along before the end of January and fall in love with everything.

Rockettstgeorge.co.uk

Liberty.co.uk

home: nice price [ recycled glasses ]

home: nice price [ recycled glasses ]

We are always on the lookout for interesting and alternative glassware [ you need choices when hosting ]. These gorgeous recycled tumblers from Rockett St George come in clear glass, and our favourite green.

Green has been an on trend colour this year, and it’s a great way to introduce it into your home. Available in a short & tall tumbler as well as a carafe to match. [ from £2.50 ]

Rockettstgeorge.co.uk

Note: the short tumblers in green are currently unavailable online, but are in stock at their Liberty pop-up. [ look out for a full feature on the Rockett St George pop-up at Liberty next week ]