home: made [ faux concrete wall ]
With concrete still being a strong feature in interiors and homeware, we love this faux concrete paint finish created with the great tutorial from Song Bird Blog that step by step leads you through the process to create an effective concrete look wall in your home.
home: nice price [ coffee cups ]
With tons of Scandi inspiration Arket is a must visit store. Often thought as maybe a bit pricey… particularly with their clothing, you may be surprised with the homeware.
This set of 2 coffee cups with splattered paint effect are the perfect addition to any kitchen.
Find similar styles in-store which you can buy individually. A lovely alternative to a traditional mug.
[ set of 2 £17 ]
home: found this [ ceramic vases ]
We just love these new ceramics from oliverbonas.com. Fresh, colourful and individual, these hand painted vases with a mix of crackle and reflective glaze are perfect for freshening up a room for Spring.
Mix different styles and sizes along with other ceramics and ornaments for a balanced shelf or table.
[ available now from £18 ]
home: favourite thing [ ceramics ]
As the sales are over there is plenty of new arrivals in stores. One brand we have always got excited by is Habitat and it’s ceramics and this new collection is as good as ever.
With a focus on vases, ther is lots of splatter paint effects, stripes and ombre, all in a multitude of colours, and we love them.
[ prices start from £20 ]
Head to habitat.co.uk to see the selection.
home: made [ paint drip vase ]
The monochrome trend is still going strong. A great idea this season is to start bringing in small injections of colour through accessories.
This subtle but effective idea of adding paint to a vase looks contemporary and is really easy to do.
You will need to find a plain vase, either white or a glass one you can spray white [ Hm.com & Ikea.com have a good choice starting from £1 ].
Choose some acrylic paint, neon tones are perfect for this season.
There are a couple of ways to create the effects, either dipping the vase and letting the paint run down, or splattering the paint and building it up.
We have found some tutorials to follow :
Another great idea to decorate a white vase is with a marker pen. Check out makeandtell.com