home: favourite thing [ stoneware pots ]
We will always encourage vintage and secondhand shopping as a way to look after the environment and to give goods a new purpose and a second life, rather than just being discarded.
The Goods In General Store has such a veritable feast of vintage delight to fill your home, it was hard to pick a favourite – but we love the victorian stoneware pots that would be great for vases, just for display on shelf, or as pot for utensils.
Everything in my shop has a story and I like it to be authentic or original. Learning the history of who made and used these objects fascinates me. I also do my best to find, fix and pass things on.
home: nice price [ bathroom tumbler ]
Add a little pattern to the bathroom. This gorgeous tortoise shell style bathroom tumbler is half price at John Lewis.
It could also be a great piece of homeware outside of the bathroom – a pen pot, a vase, a candle holder, or just ornamental.
Was £8 Now £4
home: made [ woven paper basket ]
A perfect little home project, to use up all those scraps of paper – choose your colour, print, pattern, and use this great tutorial to make a woven recycled paper basket.
It could be made any size (although smaller would be stronger) and used for storage, a plant pot holder, make up brushes, trinkets… anything!
We love this guide from TheCraftoholicWitch !
home: nice price [ plant pot ]
Always wanting to have more indoor gardening, we love ensuring our plants have great pots to contain them.
This linear face illustrated pot from Hema is perfect and only £10.
Facial and body illustrations and mouldings are well in trend so this ticks the trend box too.
A flower pot made of off-white ceramic with a craquelure effect and a coaster made of the same material. The flower pot is decorated with faces drawn in black. They are fun to combine in small groups or with the small flower pot. The different heights create a playful effect.
Magically transform your home into your new home with our living accessories. You can combine the various textures, prints, sizes and colours for a playful effect.
home: made [ clay hanging planter ]
This diy project looks so good it’s hard to believe it’s handmade.
Spotted it on fallfordiy.com, create and make your own clay hanging planter that can go in any room.
Use Air Dry Clay for this make, along with some basic craft tools, some rope and of course a plant to put in it after.
For the full tutorial click here
home: nice price [ paper storage bags ]
Looking to add highlights of metallic into your interior?
These paper storage bags from ASOS in durable gold heavy weight paper are a great way to do just that!
Use them to store stationery at your desk, make up on a dressing table or they also make gorgeous holders for plant pots too.
Just £12 for a pair (set comes with two sizes)
home: made [ plant pots ]
This is a great idea for turning some pvc pipe sockets into convincing granite pots.
With a little spray paint and some creativity, this simple make will look the part on any shelf.
Head to almostmakesperfect.com for all the details and the tutorial.
home: found this [ concrete pots ]
If you love concrete and simple design then look no further than these plant pots from residentstore.co.uk. The flecked white concrete and black basalt planters are the perfect addition to any home.
Available in two sizes £20 / £30
home: nice price [ desk tidy ]
We love this planter and storage pot combo from Graham and Green. A stylish desktop accessory made from solid concrete, with a base for keeping stationery and a hollow pot above.
[ Was £35, now £17.50 ]