home: nice price [ TKMaxx ]

home: nice price [ TKMaxx ]

It’s definitely a good time to head to high street favourite TKMaxx. Their homeware department has some strong key pieces for current trends.

Hunting round in store is always good to have a bigger choice but there’s some great products online.

Top finds include luxury branded candles, incredible patterned and textures throws and unique designer lighting.

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home: featured [ River Island ]

home: featured [ River Island ]

High street fashion giant River Island has joined the ranks of Zara, HM and French Connection and introduced a homeware department to their already popular fashion clothing brand.

Their launch products are small homewares, including vases, candle holders and dishes and soft furnishings, including cushions, rugs and bedspreads. It’s a mix of luxe boho and wild jungle and has got the usual RI sparkle and panache.

home: favourite thing [ wallpaper ]

home: favourite thing [ wallpaper ]

(Roll up! Roll up!) We absolutely love this ‘The Great Show’ vintage circus-illustrated wallpaper from new wallpaper store The Joyful Wallpaper Co – sister company to the fab The Joyful Home Co.

£150 for 3 rolls.

Make a statement in any room with this beautifully illustrated paper. Such detail and a wonderful colour tone.

home: featured [ Zara Home ]

home: featured [ Zara Home ]

With every animal print you can imagine being worked into fashion design, across the high street, it was inevitable that it would also feature strongly in homeware design too.

We headed Zara Home and discovered the brand who has sell out animal pieces in their clothing collections, also has some key pieces in homeware using patterns inspired by zebras, leopards and snakes.

The bathroom, bedroom and lounge are all catered for.

Head to Zara Home now

home: made [ embroidery hoop art ]

home: made [ embroidery hoop art ]

This is a quick, easy and very successful way to have instant art for the walls in s colour or pattern to match a room. It’s easily changeable, it’s a great way to make gifts, and it’s as simple as you need it to be if you not so confident with your creativity.

Hunt down fabrics from anywhere and everywhere – haberdashery stores, markets, old clothes, charity shops, use old bed linen or anything where you love the pattern or colour. Embroidery hoops are available from all good haberdashers, from Hobby Craft or other craft stores, on eBay or Etsy and you could even find second hand options and remove whatever is previously framed.

Head to DesignerTrapped for a great modern tutorial

We love the how-to from IAmAHomemaker to create wonderful hoop art

home: favourite thing [ tea towel ]

home: favourite thing [ tea towel ]

We love this beautiful tea towel at online store Freyr-Fell, from Finnish brand, Kauniste.

A gorgeous illustration taking inspiration from the Finnish winter festival Hiihtoloma for children to enjoy the outdoor sports in the snow.

£14

home: made [ leaf printed fabric ]

home: made [ leaf printed fabric ]

This gorgeous printed fabric is great to use as a table cloth, cushion cover or tea towel. Using real leaves, paint and a plain fabric you can create your own print and pattern.

Choose colours that work in your current space and keep it as simple as you like.

If you fancy giving it a go, head to we-are-scout.com for the full tutorial.