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: trend [ winter florals ]

home: trend [ winter florals ]

Deeper colour palette, rich tones and the flora abundant in winter, brings all the warmth to an interior for winter.

Using reds, purples and oranges, various sizing of floral patterns and dark woods, this winter floral trend combines a love of maximalism and floral interiors.

Break up the mix of pattern with dark plain walls or plain seating fabrics. Use dark greens, charcoals or reds in wall paint with burnt oranges, rich purple or bark for curtains and throws.

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cushion £16.50 Oasis / wallpaper £150 Joyful WallpaperCo / duvet from £17.50 Kaleidoscope

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paint from £18.33 PeriodPropertyStore / rug from £386 TheRugsWarehouse / wallpaper £150 Joyful Wallpaper Co

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cushion £15 M&S / curtains from £50 Next / cushion £15 WallpaperDirect

home: featured [ House of Kind ]

home: featured [ House of Kind ]

Established by friends Raina & Cat, House of Kind is an online store focused on ethical, artisan made and sustainable products. Their ethos is to spread kindness through sourcing homewares from the right people, at the same time giving a little something back to communities all over the world.

The collated range includes soft furnishings, accessories, candles, art and stationary. Everything is well designed and of good quality so be sure to check them out.

houseofkind.co.uk

home: featured [ Aerende ]

home: featured [ Aerende ]

Beautiful, ethical and with a story behind each piece of homeware, Aerende is a wonderful curated range of products, made in the UK, by talented creatives that face social challenges.

They say;

Aerende (a-ren-day) An Old English word meaning care or message

Aerende is a lovingly sourced collection of handmade items for your home. All of our products are created in the UK by people facing social challenges. Produced in low-volume batches and designed to improve with age, each purchase from our range of ethical homewares directly supports and provides opportunities for our talented makers.

Our range will enhance your home, yes, but it also treads lightly on the world beyond your door. Hence our strapline of life-improving homewares. By uniting heritage skills with environmentally sustainable materials and ethical business practices, each limited-edition item exemplifies our commitment to beauty, utility and integrity. Welcome to our world.

home: featured [ A New Tribe ]

home: featured [ A New Tribe ]

We love finding new brands and today we share A New Tribe – an exciting curated collection of textiles and objects all sourced from independant makers.

A lot of the items are handmade or produced in small batches making them very individual and appealing.

Choose from painted ceramics, woven rugs, cushions and stationary.

Head to anewtribe.co.uk or visit their store.

92a Chatsworth Road, London, E5 0LS

home: featured [ Cloudberry Living ]

home: featured [ Cloudberry Living ]

We love discovering new brands online, and Cloudberry Living is a great find. Launched in 2007 they are one of the longest running stockists of top Scandinavian brands like Ferm Living and Pappelina.

The website is full of gorgeous Scandi pieces, all with great design and quality. We love their selection of soft furnishing, lighting and furniture.

With quality products, not just from Scandinavia but sourced from around the world, each has the ethos and design which encapsulate that Scandinavian feel

Find yourself your perfect little piece of Scandinavia at cloudberryliving.co.uk

home: trend [ colour block ]

home: trend [ colour block ]

Colour block – a trend that comes and goes across the interiors world but with the abundance of strong products on the current market, it’s definitely sticking around for now, is proving popular and is an easy look to achieve and evolve with homewares through the changing season – refreshing with different cushions, throws or artwork. Plus it’s also easy to update with a fresh coat of paint on a single wall.

It’s about picking a few strong colours that sit well together and emphasising with accessories in the same tone. For example -A bright yellow wall, a green sofa with green cushions and then dashes of orange in the curtains or rug. Keep patterns to a minimum and break up with lots of white and wood to ensure the few colours stand out strong and bold.

This trend is really aided by the great selection of bold coloured modern silhouette sofas currently filling high street homeware stores. Head to Made, John Lewis or Ikea for a range of affordable options. There are great options in the perfect colours of the year – emerald greens, mustards and deep rich blues.

Guide to products (main image)

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chair, Made £149 / paint, Wickes £12 / cushion, Heals from £39

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curtains, Dunelm from £30 / chair, Anthropologie £398 / cushion, Sainsburys

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sofa, Maisons Du Monde £394 / rug, Amara £89 / set of bottles, Made In Design £223