home: found this [ poster ]
We all need more art for our walls, right?
Definitely need to make room for this great print from FoundLand . This witty and appropriate print is just the perfect addition to a gallery wall.
Text and typography are still a strong trend and in prints they can compliment and break up a wall of image based works. Also ticks the minimal and monochrome boxes too so an easy (and amusing) fit for a home.
home: nice price [ magazine rack ]
A great little bargain available currently at Aldi, online – these modern magazine racks!
Available in grey or black, the geometric style racks are just £6.99 each.
Great for magazines, letters or paper work organisation in your home or work place.
home: made [ towel rail ]
If you are looking for a budget towel rail for your bathroom then look no further. This sleek black example is pretty straight forward to make and look great.
The modern design would look perfect in minimal bathroom, but it could quite easily be adapted and painted to fit other styles.
Head to hunker.com for all the details
home: follow friday [ just maison ]
Our new ‘follow friday’ feature this week, shares our love for Just Maison. An absolutely beautifully curated collection of homewares and gifts.
Follow their Instagram feed for inspiration and head to their website to shop!
home: found this [ lighting ]
We found such a collection of good lighting under one (virtual) roof, we definitely recommend checking out the lighting department at La Redoute. Not only do they have a broad, stylish and well designed range that covers many current trends – industrial, minimal, atomic, Scandi, retro, maximalist – but also with the renowned huge regular sales, there’s always a chance to get a really great discount of your choice!
We’ve rounded up our favourites (see picture) but head to the lighting department now while the sale is on!
home: trend [ Japandi ]
For beautiful, calming interiors, with soft colours and a minimal feel, the new ‘Japandi’ trend is one to fall in love with.
Across the highstreet stores are embracing the essence of the trend and there’s a lot of products to easily create the look.
Choose soft tones, a few simple accessories, mix dark and light woods, light￼ grey, greens and choose pieces that combine the essence of scandi and Japanese styling.
There’s a new interior design trend in town – introducing ‘Japandi’: a hybrid of traditional Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian decor. Also known as ‘japanordic’, this fresh style has been deemed the biggest new design movement for 2018. Combining the modern-rustic appeal of Scandi style with the traditional sophistication that’s associated with Japanese design, it’s no wonder that it’s a growing favourite amongst designers.
Vase, £17.50 John Lewis / Chair, £139.98 Sklum / Rug, £252 Maison Du Monde
Cushion, £79 NOTHS / Table, £249 Made / Vase, £85 Trouva
Storage from £119, Heals / Chair £249 Made / Cushion, £20 Loaf
home: nice price [ table lamp ]
Great bargain found at Argos this week. At half it’s original price, the Raynor table lamp is now just £12.49!
It has a simple style – industrial meets minimal, and would be great to sit on a lounge side table or bedroom bedside table.
home: found this [ floor lamp ]
Search the sales and find some excellent pieces that are investment pieces but with a more enticing price tag.
This beautiful Ohio lamp from Made.com would make a statement in any interior and is now just £89 (was £149).
In muted grey and brass, it’s minimal look isn’t fussy or showy but looks like a lamp that would have a far higher price tag.
Slip into a monochrome or natural trend interior to introduce a lovely soft lighting to a room.
home: found this [ lamp ]
Found this beautiful sculptural metal lamp in the Zara Home sale. Originally £119.99 now £69.99.
It has simple linear metal work with a natural tone cylinder shade. Elegant, minimal and beautiful.
Head to the Zara Home sale now to explore their homeware, lighting and furniture reductions.
home: featured [ Cissywears ]
Home to a beautifully curated selection of homewares (and lovely stuff for babies and children), there’s an awful lot to love at Cissywears.
Gorgeous minimal design, ethical and morally sourced pieces, a lot of midcentury style to fill your home, and something to make every room unique.
There’s everything from blankets and throws to wall hangings and prints. There’s ceramics for the kitchen and dining, and lovely tableware for the kids that you’ll want to use too. Fall in love with a few carefully selected items of furniture, keep warm in gorgeous to touch quality bedding in the best shades of colour or simply stock up on incredible scents of candles for your home and for gifting.