home: favourite thing [ glasses ]
These gorgeous coloured glasses from Anthropologie are just the thing to brighten up your kitchen.
The Old Fashioned style glass comes in 3 colours and a clear glass version. A lovely gift idea for a lived one or for yourself.
[ £12 each ]
home: follow friday [ Caro ]
Gorgeous homeware with a simple colour palette is all you need sometimes. Caro in Somerset is a must visit store with Scandinavian style and practicality.
‘As a design brand for life and home we are happiest when we’re working in creative collaborations with friendly folk coming up with new ideas and perspectives. Loving elements of urban life and the rural we hope to bridge the city with the countryside’
home: featured [ Habitat ]
A firm favourite of ours is Habitat. You can always rely on well made furniture and on- trend accessories.
With lots of new arrivals on the website, now is a great time to update your home. Whether it’s lighting, kitchenware or a new sofa, you are sure to find something.
Our favourites include patterned ceramics and table lamps.
Head to habitat.co.uk
home: favourite thing [ habitat ]
A few years ago cross patterns in black and white would have been everywhere, on ceramics, soft furnishings and bedding. It’s been away for a while but it is now back thanks to Habitathttps://www.habitat.co.uk/catalogsearch/result?q=Wilmahttps://www.habitat.co.uk/catalogsearch/result?q=Wilma.
Their new Wilma range brings us a collection of ceramics and bedding, all with a simple black cross patterns. It’s so simple and we love it.
Starting from £8 for the mug go check it out at habitat.co.uk
home: nice price [ stoneware tea set ]
We spotted this gorgeous glossy stoneware tea set online at zarahome.com. Choose from a selection of lovely items, perfect for alfresco dining.
The range starts at £9.99 for the milk jug and everything else is £11.99. Available in two colours, Honey & Blue.
home: featured [ Rose & Grey ]
Always plenty to love at Rose and Grey. We’ve picked our current favourites from the new arrivals and across the site.
From a mix of midcentury styles, rattan to adore, hints of pinks to bring warmth to home and rugs to create a feature for any room in the house.
home: found this [ insidestore ]
Continuing a week of supporting small businesses, we need to talk about insidestore. As fans of monochrome and in particular black accents in the home we have selected some of our favourite monochrome pieces.
Still functioning online, insidestoreldn.com continues to showcase modern design for the home.
Treat yourself to some new tableware, art or a gorgeous printed throw like the one pictured. With lots of small home accessories, stationery and soft furnishings on offer, you will be sure to find a little something to brighten your day.
home: featured [ Oklahoma ]
If you love colour and quirky items for the home then Oklahoma, Manchester is a must visit.
Founder Nicola Payne has created an Aladdin’s cave of gorgeous homeware, accessories, novelty items, stationery and more.
We love the Mexican inspired collection, including brightly pattern baskets and cushions, as well as the fun, and a little bit naughty tableware
Head to okla.co.uk to get inspired and enjoy browsing the products. And if you are in Manchester be sure to pop by the store. You won’t leave empty handed!
home: event [ KANA workshop ]
Founded by Ana Kerin, KANA LONDON is a clay workshop with a difference. Rather than using a traditional wheel to create the pieces, Ana’s workshops teach you how to hand build.
With an array of workshops to choose from a you can find one that suits you. From a tableware taster session to a three week course, or something in between.
My approach to work is experimental and playful, as I never follow a procedure, and invent new recipes daily. I work with a unique mixture of clays and mix my own glazes, often turning my back on traditional ceramic practice. Hand building, rather than turning on the wheel, further emphasizes the individuality of each piece.
Head to kanalondon.com for tickets [ from £35 ]
home: made [ napkin rings ]
It’s getting closer to Christmas Day and it’s definitely time to think about the Christmas table settings.
We scoured the net and found an abundance of modern and more traditional ideas (see main picture) and also some great links for tutorials