home: found this [ animal hooks ]
Browsing arket.com we spotted these gorgeous felt animal head hooks, the ideal wal decor for a kids bedroom.
Designed by Fiona Walker, England, each animal is hand made and ethically sourced.
[ Priced from £18 ]
home: trend [ textured and 3D tiling ]
There is a plethora of tiles across the high street and online to choose from to incorporate this trend into the home.
Textured and 3D tiles can add depth and interest to surfaces and create a richer look for a bathroom, kitchen, hearth or wherever you choose to use them.
These tiles can lend themselves to enhance and working alongside other trends – denim, natural finishes, geometric are just some of the trends that would work well alongside tiles that have 3D or relief designs or textured pattern or natural style finishes.
home: featured [ Graham & Green ]
A favourite of ours, Graham & Green is the perfect site to check out to get inspiration and ideas for your home.
From industrial to quirky, classic to mid century, there is something for everyone. Graham & Green is currently all about rattan and woven items and we love it.
With a vast sellection of lighting, furniture, soft furnishings & accessories you will love scrolling through their website. You can also visit their stores in London & Bath.
home: found this [ ANNANSTANS – IKEA ]
IKEA are constantly bringing us new collections and challenging design within homeware to keep us coming back.
Their latest is ANNANSTANS, a handcrafted collection of cushions, ornaments and ceramics.
‘ANNANSTANS has a modern, urban expression, but not because of a machine. The pieces are crafted by hand, so each one is unique‘
‘In ANNANSTANS, meaning “elsewhere” in Swedish, the contemporary concepts of designer Martin Bergström find new expressions through social entrepreneur artisans in India, Romania and Thailand‘
Get inspired by the colours, pattern & textures through this range.
[ Cushions from £10 ]
home: trend [ washed linen ]
Over the last few months we have noticed an increased selection of linen items online and in stores. Particularly bedding where every brand is offering a soft washed linen duvet set or cushion cover.
Linen gives a really soft feel against the skin and is easy to care for, with little worry about ironing – let it be creased!
Soft tones are always a winner, including pinks, greys and creams. Create a neutral pallete mixing tones and layers to give your bed the most welcoming feel.
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.
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: trend [ woodland wonder ]
Although we might be having one of the warmest Autumns ever, the Winter season will soon be upon us and its time to get cosy at night with blankets and throws.
This trend for 2018/19 is all about embracing nature and with quite a rustic touch. Animal motifs on cushions and plates are back and subtle check or tartan feature.
Colours to look at are rich plums and damsons, mixed with neutral earth tones and lots of wood.