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!

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home: featured [ Abode Living ]

home: featured [ Abode Living ]

Today’s featured store is Brighton based Abode Living. Nestled in the popular shopping area of North Laine this store offers a curated collection of gorgeous home accessories, tableware, soft furnishings and lighting.

We love the range of brands they stock, including Marimekko, House Doctor, Madam Stolz, HK living and Broste Copenhagen. There is a wide range of product and price so you will be sure to find something you love.

When in Brighton be sure to visit the store or shop online at abodeliving.co.uk

home: nice price [ glassware ]

home: nice price [ glassware ]

With some stores offering sale items this week you are just in time to grab some bargains for Christmas. Not only gifts but pieces for the day itself.

Zara Home have some lovely glassware, including our favourites all at £1.99 each. Great size tumblers for water at the Christmas table…or so thing a little stronger!

Head to zarahome.com for these and more.

home: featured [ Labour and Wait ]

home: featured [ Labour and Wait ]

One of our favourite stores is London based Labour and Wait, a place where you can step back in time with functional timeless homeware.

With utilitarian tableware, tools and clothing Labour and Wait use traditional makers from around the world creating modern originals.

Head to Shoreditch, Bethnal Green or Dover St Market to explore the range or check out labourandwait.co.uk and start shopping.

home: made [ napkins ]

home: made [ napkins ]

Head to The Sweetest Occasion blog to discover a wonderful diy for creating your own designs on fabric napkins.

Simply with fabric pens, you can create great modern designs and patterns – allowing your napkins to be suited to the occasion or colour theme.

Colours can allow association with different festivities – and text or wording can make the napkins personalised for a table setting or appropriate for an event.

Try Berol or Sharpie for fabric pens or one of the other many many brands that do versions.

More inspiration for pattern designs from Pinterest

home: nice price [ glassware ]

home: nice price [ glassware ]

We are always on the look out for great tableware and glassware. We spotted a lovely selection in H&M this week and wanted to share our favourites.

With prices starting at £1.49 you can mix & match tumblers and wine glasses. Choose from clear, smoked, amber and rose options. Every style is simple with a classic design that will look great out on display, as well as when entertaining.

Shop the range at hm.com

home: made [ table cloth ]

home: made [ table cloth ]

Simple, stylish and perfectly on trend, Curby have created the nicest, easiest little DIY to make a great scandi table cloth.

The simple cross design in black and white is minimal and perfect for monochrome lovers but could just as easily be translated using other colours to suit your choice.

And the finished printed fabric doesn’t necessarily have to be a table cloth but could be turned into cushions, curtains or napkins!