home: found this [ marble shelf ]

home: found this [ marble shelf ]

Add a little luxury with these little marble shelves from Anthropologie. Perfect to make little details around a room and display a few chosen homewares.

£36

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home: found this [ display unit ]

home: found this [ display unit ]

This season Argos has really upped its game with really lovely homeware and furniture. Following on from yesterday’s post on open furniture, this storage unit from their Nomad range has great looks and is also practical.

Perfect for a living room for displaying books, ornaments and storage boxes. Or perhaps in a kitchen for displaying ceramics and tableware.

Plus the cabinet space at the bottom is ideal for hiding away the things you don’t want your guests to see.

£230 – argos.co.uk

home: trend [ open furniture ]

home: trend [ open furniture ]

Having everything on display isn’t everyone’s idea of ease and open furniture certainly makes you busy with tidying but it’s also a great way to keep on top on buying excess clothing or homeware, to make you more organised and aware of what you own but also can allow you to use your everyday possessions as part of your display.

Colour blend your clothing, arrange books by colour or ensure all your nicknacks are similar style and trend to create a feature using your open furniture – either shelving, cabinet or wardrobe.

Glass doors can be a handy compromise to get the look and feel of open furniture but ensure things are kept clean and dust free!

Work with colour on the wall behind your storage. Dark tones together are particularly effective to create a slick interior design look but bright contrasting tones can really make what’s on the shelving stand out.

Top row

Content by Terence Conran Balance Metal Alcove Shelving Unit £499 John Lewis / clothes rack £72.99 Wayfair / Hemnes wardrobe £150 Ikea

Middle row

Rustic industrial shelving £42.95 Melody Maison / Metal Locker Shelf £239 (sale price) Tikamoon / Wine Rack Cabinet £309.99 Yorkshire Furniture

Bottom row

Locker Shelf £99.95 Nkuku / Wall Storage £901 Tylko / Box Shelf £35.00 Garden Trading

home: favourite thing [ rattan shelf ]

home: favourite thing [ rattan shelf ]

Continuing our love for rattan and it remaining firmly on the current 2019 trend radar – we found this great small wall shelving unit from Madam Stoltz (available from Trouva and other online stores)

£72 with free UK delivery

home: favourite thing [ shelves ]

home: favourite thing [ shelves ]

Everyone is talking about de-cluttering and organising in the home right now, and we are all on the lookout for new storage options and shelving to keep our items tidy.

This set of iron shelves from anthropologie.com are perfect for a kitchen or bathroom to store bottles, spices, cookbooks and more.

[ £38 ]

Online only at anthropologie.com

home: featured [ Argos ]

home: featured [ Argos ]

High street giant Argos is definitely one to put on the list for great homeware and furniture.

With Habitat and Sainsburys Homeware under their belt and their own great home designs, the range of products to choose from is vast and offering great design, on trend pieces, super value and ample choice.

Industrial, Green and Faux Planting all feature in their new season collection and it’s easy to create entire room styling solely from them, from the sofa and shelving down to the ceramics and cushions.

There’s even same delivery on some products!

To make it even more appealing there’s even more all under the same (virtual) roof to help you out – from toasters and kettles, mattresses to fridges and even all you need for the garden too!

home: made [ bedside shelving ]

home: made [ bedside shelving ]

January is definitely a good time for new interior ideas and DIY projects, and with purse strings being a little tighter after Christmas, a good affordable DIY is a good option.

We love this staggered upwards box shelving idea from Homesthetics which as well as being stylish, it’s practical offering a decent amount of shelving and storage for a company space as the space is gained going upwards.

Head to high street stores for affordable box shelves to work with in staggered formation up the wall. We found good options at IKEA, IKEA, Dunelm and MrHousey.