home: made [ clay hanging planter ]
This diy project looks so good it’s hard to believe it’s handmade.
Spotted it on fallfordiy.com, create and make your own clay hanging planter that can go in any room.
Use Air Dry Clay for this make, along with some basic craft tools, some rope and of course a plant to put in it after.
For the full tutorial click here
home: favourite thing [ plant stands ]
If you are looking for an fun and quirky way to hold you indoor plants, then look no further. These terracotta plant stands look gorgeous and will add interest to any room.
Available in two sizes, why not grab your self one of each to have next to each other. Or mix with other pots and planters in an arrangement.
roseandgrey.co.uk [ £26.95 / £34.95 ]
home: trend [ texture overload ]
We are getting geared up for Autumn and with that comes cosy nights in with comfy cushions and fluffy throws. Tactile homeware is everywhere right now and today we share some of our favourites.
Velvet continues to be the fabric of choice this year on chairs and sofas, along with cushions. Now we are seeing velvet on lighting and lampshades like the ceiling pendant pictured from Rockett St George. [ there is also a table lamp version ]
Layer your room with tassled, fringed and pom pom cushions, throws and rugs. The more layers the better. When we look at colours for Autumn we are seeing lots creams, terracotta, red and grey. This is a lovely pallete to work with and perfect for the season.
For gorgeous textured blankets and cushion check out yonderliving.com ans bohemiadesign.co.uk
Top row – rug from trouva.com [ £335 ], cushion from anthropologie.com [ £108 ], pouffe from hm.com [ £79.99 ]
Middle row – sofa from made.com [ £949 ], cushion from trouva.com [ £65 ]
Bottom row – pendant light / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £60 ], throw from bohemiadesign.co.uk [ £395 ], chair from heals.com [ £2250 ]
home: found this [ dinner plates ]
Bring beauty to the dining table with these stunning plates by Katie Alice, currently available from the new BHS website for £12 each. The gorgeous lace design is intricate, detailed and the perfect balance between modern and vintage.
‘…beautiful dinner plate from The Collection by Katie Alice is crafted in terracotta with an exquisite lace embossment. Inspired by a vintage lace bracelet that Katie discovered in a Paris boutique, The Collection features individual pieces that will look simply stunning in any arrangement and refresh any tableware collection. The Northamptonshire-born lifestyle designer, Katie Alice, weaves her magical story across all her beautiful tableware collections, creating timeless, collectable pieces with quirky personality’.
home: trend [ clay ]
Often fashion trends will give inspiration to other products, particularly homeware. This season heading into 2017 sees the rich tone of potters clay, alongside other similar shades like cinnamon and chilli powder with accents of copper to compliment, creating a warm calming space.
Use these earthy colours on a painted feature wall and accessorize with lighter soft furnishings in cream or white. Alternatively keep the walls light and opt for a tanned leather sofa and some key wooden furniture. Bring print into a room with cushions and rugs, with this colour lending itself well to a Maroccon or Aztec inspired room, you can have fun with pattern and fabrics.
Additional colours to consider to sit alongside clay are dark teal and cream.
1. Rug – rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £119 ]
2. Dining chair – anthropologie.com [ £98 ]
3. Sofa – ikea.com [ £1400 ]
4. Shoe rack – made.com [ £99 ]
5. Table – futureandfound.com [ £80 ]
6. Plant pot – ikea.com [ £3 ]
7. Table lamp – westelm.co.uk [ £79 ]
8. Rug – habitat.co.uk [ £55 ]