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The London Transport Museum, known for their incredible homeware ranges and interior styling products, have raised their game with their current moquette fabric (famous from the London tube train seats) sofa which not only comes in all the amazing fabrics from all the various underground tube train lines but also even more patterns – including a truly fabulous leopard print. Custom made to order, one of these investment pieces could be yours for £1964.99. 

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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: favourite thing [ armchair ] 

home: favourite thing [ armchair ] 

Fall in love with the John Lewis Draper armchair in chloe emerald. With greens being such a big colour influence this season in the home, this chair could be the perfect introduction to this colour in a lounge design. It’s a modern midcentury style with its classic lines. 

£1299
The Draper is a contemporary sofa with elegant, classical lines. Featuring a button effect seat and back cushions that provide a comfortable yet supportive sit. Modern proportions take on vintage design and offer a deep, inviting lounging experience. Thoughtful design details combined with tailored arms and slender legs will make this a stylish yet functional addition to your home.

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home: nice price [ armchair ] 

Looking for a update for the lounge? A spare corner needing a little something? A nursery needing a comfy chair? 

Without breaking the bank, Very have this Danish inspired, midcentury-style Isla Armchair with its curved silhouette, textured midcentury fabric and gently splayed out legs. Perfectly designed and comfortable. 

At £199 it’s an affordable stylish addition to the home. 

Also available in pink or teal. 

home: trend [ raw white ] 

home: trend [ raw white ] 

The most tranquil of settings, the purest of environments – controversially thought to be sterile and clinical, all white interiors are calming, beautiful and warm if done with quality pieces, textures and detail.


Raw white, in a matt finish, is modern, clean and pure. It may not be the most practical in furniture but choose leathers, plastics or wood which are easier to wipe clean. White painted walls can be regularly touched up as the simplest paint is to use high street affordable favourite Dulux brilliant white, although we love Farrow and Ball ‘All White‘ for its great finish. 


Enrich the raw white look with textures in the furnishings. Lace for curtains, long and drizzling in puddles on the floor (IKEA Alvine Spets are made for even the biggest biggest windows), ruffles and knit in cushions and throws, and smooth matt finishes in vases, lamps, dishes and table tops. Ensure all details stick to the white palette for the strongest look. 

Even kitchens and bathrooms can be beautiful in all white.  Vary tiles in size and style but all in white, matt worktops or counter finishes, handle-less cupboards to keep minimal and design in open shelving (and doored cupboards) and pile up endless white ceramics and glassware for detail and texture. 

1 Dynan Shelving / IKEA £80 

2 Vienna Sofa / Dwell (Now) £699 

3 Kura Lampshade / Habitat £60 

4 Alvine Spets Curtains / IKEA £10

5 Satin Cushion Cover / H&M £7.99

6 Hexagon Tiles / Tons Of Tiles 94p p/t 

7 Sweep Floor Lamp / Made £99 

8 Shianti Bed Linen / John Rocha at Debenhams from £50 

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home: found this [ chair ] 

Historically, and in present day, Danish design is at the forefront in aesthetics, materials and style. 

We love how designs from the last century are as popular now as ever; and reproductions, official copies, modernised versions and inevitably scandalous rip-offs are everywhere, offering a range of prices to the consumer  who loves a particular style. 

Firm favourite Cult Furniture have a virtual and actual store bursting at the seams with modern models of incredible furniture from the last century. 

Our favourite find is the Hans J Wegner CH25 chair, with its curves and contours, it’s a beautiful edition to an interior. 

”Danish design is undoubtedly timeless and adds a touch of sophistication and charm to any space. The Hans J Wegner CH25 chair is no exception! 

Designed in 1950 by ‘the king of chairs’ Hans Wegner, reproduced by Cult Furniture for modern homes today. The CH25 chair is crafted from high-quality materials and will look great in any space. Think of a laid-back lounge, living room or timeless hotel. 

The Hans J Wegner CH25 chair features a curved wooden frame available in a variety of colours. The woven seat is available in natural or black cord.”
£349 

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home: favourite thing [ sofa ] 

We love the smooth curves, retro leg shape and soft outback leather of the new Seattle sofa from Made.com

Their price for this premium leather sofa is £749

Visualising bohemian throws and ikat or kilim cushions strewn on and around for a real laid back style. Compliment with textured rich pattern rugs and other dark wood furniture. 

Also available is a matching armchair