home: nice price [ rug ]
The John Lewis Anyday range is crammed with homewares, soft furnishings, furniture and more with very very nice prices. It’s an affordable but quality collection aimed at offering the John Lewis standard but with a more accessible price tag.
Our pick of great pieces with great prices are their rugs. Huge dimensions to cover a large floor area but at very good prices.
We love this Jaipur rug in mustard – on trend colour, beautiful design and great to lift an interior for the new autumn season.
£225 for 230 x 160cm
home: featured [ Arddun Stores ]
Incredible homewares by such a great mix of designers – including Hay, Hot Pote and UAU Project.
Browse for ceramics, glassware, soft furnishings and candles.
Arddun Stores is crammed of colourful, illustrated, patterned and striking homewares.
We sell globally-sourced, conscious lifestyle and homewares brands that are well-made, and have a story to tell.
hope: follow friday [ Terian Tilston ]
Bringing and pattern to interiors, the very talented Terian Tilston is definitely worth a follow for exciting inspiration, style ideas of how to work with colour and pattern to complement each other, and create happy interiors.
Designer, maker and DIYer, Terian creates affordable joyful spaces with wall colour and pattern, clashing colours in the perfect way and adds tonal homewares and furniture that bring the looks together.
home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]
Autumn is upon us and we relish the new season homewares that fill the High Street stores and online – so we think about creating new looks for the home. Embrace the autumn tones and create cosy, layered up looks with pattern and texture, in the colours of nature.
As well as a now much larger range of incredible unique vintage pieces – Urban Outfitters also has an array of new homeware and furniture in rich golden, mustard, orange and walnut tones.
We’ve picked our favourite 9 to bring a new look to a bedroom or lounge.
home: made [ concrete moulds ]
If you are interested in getting creative with concrete and making your own concrete homewares – there’s lots of mould kits across the high street and online to help produce all different shapes and styles.
Amazon is full of various mould sets with prices as low as £8.99 upwards.
Etsy is also bursting with sets with all sorts of shape designs to use.
And of course, the huge market place eBay, is also packed with sets to use. We love the circular low dish design we found.
Then head to MyFabrics or other online craft providers for small batches of concrete mix to start using your moulds and creating your pieces.
Your own pieces would make great gifts for others and also lovely to have personally designed pieces around your home. Homewares can be left the natural concrete colour or painted or sprayed once dry.
home: found this [ rug ]
That fresh look and feel that bringing green into an interior is uplifting and invigorating. Green is a strong colour trend now with dark greens filling the shelves of homewares, and also paint colours, wallpapers and soft furnishings.
This beautiful green patterned Bokhara rug in the sale at Fy! would be a great way to bring a huge splash of green to a room without any solid commitment. Rugs are a great method to bring colour but handy to swap around the home in different rooms to keep updating looks.
home: featured [ Resident ]
A beautiful curated range of homeware is available at Resident.
The plethora of wonderful pieces include organic ceramics, small homewares for all rooms, luxurious soft furnishings, exciting new designers and also familiar loved brands like Bloomingville and Ferm Living.
home: featured [ George at Asda ]
Isn’t it amazing what you can find at the supermarket? Take a look online or in larger stores and discover the wealth of great on trend pieces of homewares and furniture.
The prices are reasonable and there’s pieces for every room, every surface, every wall. Create a wonderful home and pick up your groceries.
home: feature [ Is To Me ]
Beautiful Scandinavian focused online retailer Is To Me, is a perfect curation of designers; stocking perfect pieces for the home with much of the range aimed at children’s room and play. However it’s full of great products for the whole home.
We love so much of their ‘new in‘ including muted tones of melamine ware, rugs to add pops of lovely tones to a room, the incredible Ferm Living deck chairs and lots of rattan accessories!
home: featured [ Habitat ]
Time to start adding some new keys pieces to your interior to give it a lift and new look for the coming season. Splashes of colour will lift the mood and give focus for a room.
We love Habitat for great striking home accessories to add to any room, and we’ve picked our favourites.
Stand out pieces have a great patterned, midcentury feel, with strong muted colours. Layer up throws and cushions, cluster vases in various sizes and shapes, and add easy greenery with their great selection of artificial plants.