home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]

home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]

What a statement light this is?!

This stunning pendant from Anthropologie is made from Aluminium & Steel with a plaster finish. It houses four bulbs and is the perfect price to sit above a dining table

Modern and timeless at once, this chandelier – de signed by Lemieux et Cie in collaboration with Anthropologie – offers a striking accent over a dining table, breakfast nook or kitchen Chen island’

[ £648 ]



home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]

home: favourite thing [ pendant light ]

This gorgeous wire framed pendant light, finished in brushed brass is ideal for a kitchen. Maybe above a table or kitchen counter.

The sleek design will work in a modern home as well as something more traditional.

Available now from Graham & Green.

[ £95 ]


home: favourite thing [ ceiling shade ]

home: favourite thing [ ceiling shade ]

We have a bit of an obsession with lighting, and why wouldn’t we when there is such a great choice available online and in stores. Habitat has just launched a load of new arrivals including this Quad light and we think it’s pretty cool. The striking architectural design will work best in a modern monochrome inspired living room, kitchen or office.

Available now at habitat.co.uk [ £55 ]

home: made [ concrete ]

home: made [ concrete ]

A material that has mixed views within the home is concrete. Some see it as ugly and lifeless, others see it as an interesting, even beautiful material with many uses.
We are much more the later so today we look at gorgeous accesories you can create in the home using concrete. There are loads of great tutorials and guides online showing how easy it is to make a concrete moulds for all types of projects.
A simple place to start is making tealight votives or a hanging plant stand. You pick the size and shape using plastic pots or old bottles and with a bag of cement mix away you go.
Check out sayyes.com and themerrythought.com.
If you’re feeling a little more adventurous try creating a concrete pendant lamp. Again using the same process with bottles, this time you will need the cable and light bulb attachments, and a little more patience, but you will have a stunning contemporary light after. Alternatively on a smaller scale try a table top lamp base. Head to brit.co and pastill.nu to be inspired.