home: featured [ Cissywears ]

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.

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home: found this [ wooden trees ]

home: found this [ wooden trees ]

Beautiful, simple and minimal, these bare wood small trees from Cissywears make a lovely festive decoration but also would be lovely to paint and decorate with children, personalise and play with.

Just £1.50 per tree. Group, arrange, layout how you choose and begin making your house feel festive.

home: favourite thing [ children’s bed ]

home: favourite thing [ children’s bed ]

Modern, Scandinavian-style, fun, tree house bed frame; but at a far more affordable price.

If you’re looking to make a cool statement bedroom for a child these are great. Customise with curtains, leaves, flowers, fairy lights or keep minimal and simple and bare.

Head to CrazyBedPrices.com for the full range from £149.99

home: favourite thing [ dog bed ]

home: favourite thing [ dog bed ]

Today we feature something for our furry friends, with this stylish dog bed from made.com.

Sometimes homeware brands surprise us with something unexpected, and in this case it’s this rather lovely bed made from ash wood, with a soft grey cushions. Perfect for any modern home.

[ £159 ]

home: featured [ rattan at Habitat ]

home: featured [ rattan at Habitat ]

Rattan, popular on and off throughout the last century, especially from the 1950s to 1980s in various styles and forms, is back in fashion and across the high street.

Habitat, known for its midcentury styling and strong designs from the key rattan era, is definitely the go to place for rattan and other materials that have a similar look – wicker, cane, bamboo, and other woods. Beds, shelving, chairs and more all embracing the current new trend.

So why is rattan different to other materials that look so similar? Rattan is a specific material, hence rattan furniture is crafted out of rattan only, but wicker furniture may be crafted out of different materials such as bamboo, straw and even rattan. Recently, synthetic materials are also being used for manufacturing wicker furniture.

It sits perfectly within either a clean minimal interior or equally amongst an eclectic bohemian styled room. It worked in the 1970s and still works now. Avoid mixing with chintzy florals – not to end up looking to 1980s.

home: favourite thing [ chair ]

home: favourite thing [ chair ]

If you are looking for a statement chair for your home then consider this simply gorgeous offering from Future and Found. We love the mix of soft and hard with its marshmallow like cushions sat on top of a black metal base.

If the pink is not your thing then it comes in grey too!

Head to futureandfound.com [ £695 ]

home: trend [ curated living ]

home: trend [ curated living ]

Gone are the days of hiding everything behind cabinet doors and wardrobes, it time to embrace what you own and show it off.

This Autumn furniture is to be admired not only by how it looks but also whats on it. Open clothes rails instead of wardrobes in the bedroom, doorless cabinets in the kitchen and drinks trolleys in the living room is where its at.

Curated shelving [ image via Houzz ]
Going for this kind of look will obviously mean some serious de-cluttering and organising. Pick your favourite pieces to display on shelves, your best dinnerware out for all to see in the kitchen and neat hung clothing on rails. Its much more of a curated feel, almost shop like with minimal designed pieces of furniture.

Of course there is still a need to for some closed doors for those items you just cant live without but perhaps are less appealing on the eye. But generally if you can invest in some key storage you will start to embrace it and destress knowing you have a place for everything, and it looks good at the same time.

Guide:

1. Shelving unit ftom westelm.co.uk [ £499 ]

2. Hanging unit from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £140 ]

3. Bookcase from habitat.co.uk [ £250 ]

4. Clothes rail from made.com [ £199 ]

5. Open shelving unit from miafleur.com [ £425 ]

6. Open wardrobe from ikea.com [ £150 ]

7. Shelving from futureandfound.com [ £340 ]

8. Trolley from roseandgrey.co.uk [ £155 ]