home: featured [ Rose & Grey ]

home: featured [ Rose & Grey ]

Founded by Lyndsey & Guy Goodger in 2008, Rose & Grey is a go-to homeware store full of beautiful lighting, furniture and home accessories.

Their paired back style lends itself to many people’s homes, making it a very accessable brand. With Scandinavian & Boho influences the muted colour pallete works throughout the collection.

We love the sofa ranges, rattan lighting and gorgeous selection of mirrors, amongst other things.

Primarily online, Rose & Grey have a showroom in South Manchester, so if you are in the area, be sure to pop by. You won’t be disappointed!

roseandgrey.co.uk

home: favourite thing [ plant stands ]

home: favourite thing [ plant stands ]

If you are looking for an fun and quirky way to hold you indoor plants, then look no further. These terracotta plant stands look gorgeous and will add interest to any room.

Available in two sizes, why not grab your self one of each to have next to each other. Or mix with other pots and planters in an arrangement.

roseandgrey.co.uk [ £26.95 / £34.95 ]

home: favourite thing [ shelving unit ]

home: favourite thing [ shelving unit ]

We love this mesh storage unit from roseandgrey.co.uk. The simple stylish design finished in black will work in any room. Fill with books, plants and ornaments, showing off your favourite things.

Available in two sizes [ £115 & £185 ]

roseandgrey.co.uk

home: trend [ Light & Dark ]

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home: trend [ Light & Dark ]

This trend is all about heavy contrast and making a statement with colour.
Dark shades dominate the space, with accents of white and lighter shades used on furniture tops and within accessories.
For example in a living room a dark sofa should be dressed with light coloured cushions [ Try velvet and faux fur, they will help with the luxurious element of this trend ].
If it’s a kitchen then use the units and worktops to block the colour, creating a very clean minimal look. [ see pic above ]

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The main colour pallete is Aubergine, Burgandy, Blue, Grey and Green. Head over to the Dulux website to get the best choice of these rich tones. [ Deep Aubergine, Monarch, Buckingham Green, Oxford Blue and Gallant Grey ]

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This trend will create a calming space, with the dark colours on the walls [ pick one or two ]. Add black accessories and dark wood furniture in parts of the room to emphasise the shades, and lift other areas with white and copper tones. [ candlesticks, vases, lamps and picture frames work great ]

Guide:
1. Wood/laquer console-West Elm [ £336]
2. Concrete vase-Rose & Grey [ from£14 ]
3. Table lamp-Rockett St George [ £65 ]
4. Chair-Made.com [ £499 ]
5. Side board-Dwell [ £399 ]
6. Copper light-John Lewis [ £160 ]
7. Candlestick-Ikea [ £9.50 ]