home: trend [ wall decor ]
Continuing in 2019, is the love for alternative wall art.
Not framed work, not prints, not original paintings – but creative visual pieces with colour and texture and a unique feeling that you might have picked it up at a craft fair, a market whilst travelling the world or been handed it down through the family.
Shop at Anthropologie or Urban Outfitters for a gorgeous range of options but also online small designer market places like Trouva and Etsy.
Keep eyes pealed at car boot sales, charity shops and vintage markets as this is where the real gems can be found with the most appealing prices.
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Embroidery hoop, £54.99 Wayfair
‘Zaoma’ wall hanging, £16.75 Maison Du Monde
‘Workshop SY1’ hanging, £55 Trouva
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‘Ferm Living’ wall blanket, £124 Trouva
‘Cleo’ wall hanging, £598 Anthropologie
‘Kaleidoscope’ wall decor, £121.99 Wayfair
home: event [ weaving workshop ]
Sign up to the newsletter for The London Loom and get all the details on available weaving and tapestry classes at their east London studio.
Various types of class and length of learning, with options for adults, kids and groups!
Hackney Downs Studios
17 Amhurst Terrace
London, E8 2BT
home: found this [ jujujust ]
Possibly the most incredible find. There is nothing that can quite compare in the world of wall hangings to the works of the amazing Jujujust. Follow her on Instagram to find out when new pieces are being added to the Etsy store.
Her spectacular woven creations boasting incredible colour, texture and pattern are inspirational and a definite worthwhile investment. Make a statement in a room with these pieces of art.
Judit Just is the talent behind the brand, originally from Barcelona but now living in the US, she’s crafted from being a little girl inspired by her mother.