home: trend [ Luxe Living ]

home: trend [ Luxe Living ]

We have seen a lot of this style before, but the fact is, brands still love it, and we still love it. Leading the way is velvet, we are seeing it everywhere, on furniture, lighting and soft furnishings.

Velvet is the simplist way to get a luxurious feel in your home, whether it’s a statement chair or a few cushions on a sofa. Get extra glam with accessories like gold framed mirrors and smoked glass table tops.

Key colours for this trend are ochre and pink, with accents of brass and gold. This is what we are seeing a lot of but other colours appearing for Autumn are deep blue and burgandy.

With a heavy art deco influence this trend explores interesting shapes and patterns. For example round table tops with square frames, painted detail on cabinets and angular mirrors with interesting shapes. Luxe Living is about pushing the look that little bit further than before, be brave with it and own it.

Guide:

Top row : sofa / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £1450 ], table / roseandgrey.co.uk [ £295 ], mirror /audenza.com [ £164 ]

Middle row : table / made.com [ £349 ], cabinet / westelm.co.uk [ £899 ], chair / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £190 ]

Bottom row : cushion cover / hm.com [ £8.99 ], vase / trouva.com [ £31 ], lamp / trouva.com [ £55 ]

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home: found this [ pendant light ]

home: found this [ pendant light ]

We spend a lot of time looking through websites and searching for new items to share, and today we feature a little gem from made.com. This marble pendant light is super cute and perfect for a kitchen or dining room.

The simple design looks great and comes in a choice of three colours. It would also work as a cluster rather than individual pendants.

We love it!

made.com [ £49 ]

home: found this [ door range ] 

home: found this [ door range ] 

We are a little excited about a newly designed range from IKEA. With colour and pattern ticking major trend boxes the new KALVIA door range (for kitchens or other storage cupboards around the home) is perfection. 

As kitchen doors are standard size it’s easy to update doors and this range is a winner. Pair with pure minimal white interiors, combine with white doors or be brave and compliment with dark wood work tops and rich dark tones on the walls. 

Prices per door from £40