home: featured [ Just Maison ]
We are a little bit in love with relative newbie to the online retail homewares market, ‘Just Maison’. It’s full of simply beautiful homeware, including prints, ceramics, candles and lighting. Gorgeous pieces to create a neutral calming home interior, all combining perfectly to fill any room.
The store also offers many products that would make beautiful Christmas gifts and have even just introduced hand painted baubles to their decorations range.
Just Maison is a homeware and lifestyle store with a beautiful selection of brands and independent designers. Neutral tones and simple design to enjoy throughout the home.
home: event [ Midcentury East ]
Get along to one of the best vintage furniture markets in town. This time round Modern Shows is in Haggerston, London on 13th October.
‘See 55+ dealers selling everything from rare collectable pieces to more functional C20 furniture you can use in your own home as well as striking posters, quirky lighting, Berber rugs, ceramics and glass from world famous C20 icons all dotted around the ground floor of midcentury architect Ernö Goldfinger’s only brutalist school‘
home: found this [ light ]
The Nova glass light fitting from Matalan is a beautiful piece to use in a home. It’s spudnik style and circular spheres are a huge nod to styles from the midcentury – so popular now in home styling.
This incredible fitting is £100 but a great, quality light feature for a room.
home: featured [ Naken ]
Fall in love and fall into a rabbit hole browsing the extensive collections of homeware and furniture available at Naken Interiors.
Every area of the home is covered. With designer, scandi, industrial, midcentury modern and more, styles of products – there’s so much to choose from and cover all tastes.
Well priced for designer pieces and high end style, create new looks for your interiors that are on trend but also timeless classics.
Our favourites include their extensive range of great patterned wall papers, gorgeous lighting and so many great lounge chairs – you’ll run out of space!
home: found this [ desk ]
Always keep your eyes open for great homeware and furniture in places you don’t expect.
Scrolling through Amazon we were delighted and surprised to find this gorgeous midcentury style desk for £169.00
Its a great size, lovely walnut veneer finish, perfect iconic midcentury clean lines and silhouette, and practical with good desk space and storage.
This product also comes with so many positive reviews. It always pays to read the feedback and reviews when buying furniture online.
home: found this [ snuggler sofa ]
If you have a small space that regular sofas just won’t fit or need a little extra seating for a lounge, try a snuggler sofa which is a small but perfectly formed mini sofa.
We love this Orla Kiely Mimosa Snuggler design available from Barker & Stonehouse for the reduced price of £699 (was £839) and it can be bought in a choice of nine fabric colours.
home: trend [ Bauhaus ]
Bauhaus is a movement of art and design that has influenced, created and set a precedent for such a huge amount of incredible design since its founding in 1919.
Its style and ideas can be seen in homeware, furniture, pattern design, prints, and interiors throughout the decades and is very recognisable.
Poster • Trouva £55 / Desk • Pamono £4751 / Place mat and coaster • Etsy £12.99
Pitcher • Coggles £29.40 / Lamp • Pagazzi £55 / Chair • Italy Classics £400.73
Sofa • Case Furniture from £1930 / Chair • Houseology £1735 / Cushion • Red Bubble £17.27
‘The Staatliches Bauhaus, commonly known as the Bauhaus, was a German art school operational from 1919 to 1933 that combined crafts and the fine arts, and was famous for the approach to design that it publicized and taught. The Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar.‘
Its a strong look with colour and line and can be styled quite sparce or detailed and still achieve that confident Bauhaus feeling.
Create with block colour and simple pattern of the era and furniture which creates lines and forms.
Search eBay and other auctions and fairs for true pieces or head to the high street for modern versions and creations. You don’t have to look far with current high street brands to find pieces indicative of the style and design.
Keep walls and floors plain with detail in the fixtures and furniture. There’s a strong emphasis on smoked grey glass, mirrored surfaces, mat colour and keep a space light and airy. Architecture would have favoured high wide glazing and open plan living – popular and on trend in today’s building work.