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
Definitely a good time to shop with new-to-the-interiors-retail-market online store, Joyful Home Company, who from their recent opening has seen them grow and grow in design, style and more and more gorgeous products.
Explore their range of departments including lighting, furniture and wallpaper. The products are unique and quirky; investment pieces of furniture to make a statement in the home, gorgeous fun soft furnishings to be bold in the home and great colourful prints to adorn your walls in your home.
Our top tip is to head to the wallpaper department for incredible designs to choose from. From bricks to illustrated scenes to monstera leaves and tile work – the statement these would make in a room is incredible.
Joyful Home Company also offer an upholstery service, just drop them a line to find out more or arrange to visit them in their Essex based studio.
OUR PHILOSOPHY OF JOY It’s often the little things in life that bring the most happiness : an unexpected bunch of flowers, a compliment from an old friend, a beautiful scrap of fabric found at the bottom of a drawer…What makes you happy is as individual to you as your fingerprint. We believe that your home should bring you happiness and you should feel free to create the home that inspires you, motivates you and reflects you. It’s not about fashions or trends, but creating a space in which you can feel pure joy.
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.
A haven of perfect vintage, midcentury and Scandinavian design under one roof. The range of superb condition vintage pieces at PIB is extensive and includes chairs, tables, lighting, storage, and more.
Style, Quality, and Everlasting: The PIB Concept
PIB was founded because we couldn’t find furniture which combined style & quality online. The products were either of bad quality, badly presented or in the middle of long lists with no coherence of styles.
Currently there are great ‘back to school’ special discounts on various pieces running until 25th September.
Get along to Heals, London for this introductory workshop with illustrator Eloise Renouf. Learn about the principles of colour and composition through collage.
‘Guests will meet the designer and author of the bestselling 20 Ways To Draw A Tree. Eloise will be on hand to guide all guests with hints, tips and her designer’s eye as they create their own mid-century inspired pieces to take home. All materials are provided’
September 17th / 1pm – 3pm
Plywood furniture is nothing new, made popular in the 1950s with design icons like Charles and Ray Eames. The material that was once thought too cheap to be on show is now making its biggest mark on interiors being used on everything from furniture to kitchen cupboards to wall coverings.
The amazing nature of plywood means it can bend and create beautiful shapes, and this is particularly evident in pendant lights. If you are looking for a statement light this coming season, make sure its made of plywood.
Another great way to make a statement is to use plywood where you may not expect. Make cupboard doors in a kitchen or panel a wall in a living room. Let the finish be raw and obvious, no need to cover up with paint.
If you fancy a more subtle approach to plywood try adding in some dining chairs or perhaps a side table or stool. These pieces of furniture can add interest to a room and blend with other trends, like mid-century, monochrome and Scandinavian. You really need to appreciate the design of the pieces you choose, so a less cluttered room is probably best.