home: nice price [ colourful homeware ]

home: nice price [ colourful homeware ]

Fill your kitchen and dining area with colour from the Anthropologie summer sale! Pattern, coloured illustrations and beautiful designs – there is lots to bring the sunshine inside; from crockery and ceramics to kitchen linen and other small homewares.

Visit the Anthropologie sale, online or in store now!

home: featured [ Flow ]

home: featured [ Flow ]

Founded in 2003, Hay-on-Wye based Flow is a gorgeous store full of homeware, fashions, toiletries and gifts.

Flow is a family run business, and the attention to detail is clear with a well curated selection of goods. Everything has functionality and style making it difficult to pick out just one thing to buy.

Head to the website and follow on Instagram. If you are in the area then Hay is a must visit, and be sure to pop by Flow.

home: found this [ jug ]

home: found this [ jug ]

This chalk finish crackle glaze jug from Dunelm is a beautiful little piece of homeware. Adorn a sideboard with flowers, part of a table setting with freshly made lemonade, on a shelf as an ornament – it will add texture and calm to an interior styling.

At just £15 it’s an easy purchase to use yourself or give as a gift.

Use along side other minimal neutral pieces (see below) from Dunelm to create a calm, modern cottage feel.

Farah Throw £16 • Faux Plant £7 • Wood Tray £6

home: follow friday [ Spicer & Wood ]

home: follow friday [ Spicer & Wood ]

London based interiors store Spicer & Wood needs to be on you must visit list. Founder Samuel set up shop online in 2017 with a strong aesthetic, full of gorgeous home accessories.

All the products have a function as well as style, including tableware, vases & lighting. A great collection of pieces that will you really want for your home.

We particularly love the Mid-Century design influences running throughout and the colour pallete of products.

Follow Spicer & Wood on Instagram and head to the site to start shipping.

spicerandwood.co.uk

home: nice price [ wood platter ]

home: nice price [ wood platter ]

As part of your indoor or outdoor dining experience, this beautiful acacia wood platter from John Lewis, would make a practical and stylish addition to the dining table.

It’s a super bargain, currently in their sale, reduced from £30 to £15.

home: favourite thing [ serving bowls ]

home: favourite thing [ serving bowls ]

With the sun shining and our gardens being used again, now is the time to get in those little extra tableware pieces to freshen up your table.

We love these serving bowls from Anthropologie, part of their Amai range.

Hand carved from tropical hardwood with cotton rope detail, there are three bowls to choose from in various sizes. A lovely fresh design to liven up your dining table.

[ from £54 ]

anthropologie.com

home: featured [ Butter ]

home: featured [ Butter ]

Beautiful, simple and affordable. The back story makes us fall in love even more.

Make your dining experience a little more luxury and enjoyable with Butter products – ethical soft tableware made in East London.

They say;

Founded by partners Alex and Ed, Butter exists for a generation who want to make a house a home, but won’t be able to buy their own for years to come. We aim to create homeware that brings a little bit of joy and will follow you wherever you go.

Our story began in lockdown, tired of using and disposing of paper towels at every meal we looked for a sustainable alternative. Our problem was the napkins on the market were either achingly dull or cripplingly expensive. We struck on producing classic table linen that could lift any meal.

home: favourite thing [ candles ]

home: favourite thing [ candles ]

A new addition to make your table setting or shelf more beautiful. We love candle light for creating atmosphere and warmth to an interior, and these pretty shell candles from Inle Home are perfect for a fresh Spring look.

Priced from just £12-£13 they would work well in a cluster, a row or just one styled with a vase of spring flowers on a rattan tray with other chosen spring homewares – a stack of books, natural wood ornaments or marble.

home: featured [ Jo’s House ]

home: featured [ Jo’s House ]

Based in Herne Hill, Jo’s House is a lovely independant homeware & lifestyle store full of gorgeous ceramics, sift furnishings, tableware and more.

‘The ethos of the shop was to provide great, simply designed accessible products, which were handpicked and curated for their enduring quality, provenance (wherever possible) and feel good factor’

We love the muted colour pallete running throughout the collection. This means it really easy to find something to to fit into your home’s style.

Head to the website or check out Jo’s House on Instagram.

home: follow friday [ Heather Evelyn ]

home: follow friday [ heather evelyn ]

Head to Heather Evelyn and browse her small beautifully designed collection of tableware.

We love the text illustrated candles with various wording – a beautiful adornment to be any table or mantelpiece.