home: featured [ Anthropologie ]

home: featured [ Anthropologie ]

Bringing colour and joy to our homes, along side the warmer weather arriving – we love Anthropologie for constantly making our homes happy, stylish and bohemian with their array of patterned, texture and colourful homewares.

Great styling pieces for indoor and outdoor living, plus plenty of practical products – all designed perfectly for function and style.

And their regular sales are not to be missed.

home: follow friday [ Oliver Bonas ]

home: follow friday ]

Independent British lifestyle store, Oliver Bonas, is one to keep an eye on for gifts abd home. Continually stylish and on trend, and with great sales too.

home: nice price [ Aldi ]

home: nice price [ Aldi ]

You just went in for milk? There’s definitely more to Aldi than meets the eye, definitely more than a pint of milk, there is a whole collection of rather incredible affordable on-trend homewares.

Visit in store or for the full range visit online and pick up some great pieces for the home.

home: made [ painted walls ]

home: made [ painted walls ]

We love the look of colourblocking and using painted coloured walls to zone areas within the home.

It’s a great way to define the use of an area or create separation in a large room when many functions are housed within the same interior.

It can create design and interest, bring colour to a room with out over-pushing a single colour, as well as be an easy update to a room that can be changed and modernised without much trouble. Advantageous for rented properties or temporary abodes.

Ideas of working with paint in colour blocks can include creating a band of colour around the room or painting colour in shapes like squares, triangles, semi circles or arches. It can bring a colour pop behind a piece of furniture, it can bring warmth with a new tone – Especially with the current popular colours; rust, orange, mustard and warm beige tones.

We found some inspirational ideas on Decoist.com

home: featured [ La Redoute ]

home: featured [ La Redoute ]

Autumn is the air and all the great new homeware and furniture available at La Redoute has got us ready to design new rooms.

Start thinking about changing room tones and looking for a new style to suit the season.

We love their dark tones, bohemian features, woven textures and midcentury styles.

home: found this [ gallery wall set ]

home: found this [ gallery wall set ]

It’s lovely to create a gallery wall, a collection of great art and prints or pictures that mean a lot to you – but if you haven’t the confidence to bring a selection together – Ikea have done the hard work for you.

We love this 8 piece set from Ikea made up of varying frame sizes and a curated set of prints that work beautifully together. It’s perfect and ready to hang – and create that feature gallery wall with ease.

Super priced at just £35

home: found this [ peel and stick wallpaper ]

home: found this [ peel and stick wallpaper ]

If you are looking for a temporary design fix or perhaps in rented property and don’t want any long term style changes, then wall paper that isn’t permanently stuck may be the perfect choice.

Simple peel and stick this versatile wall paper for an instant style update for a interior. You could use on walls, cupboard fronts, stairs or even inside shelving to add pattern and interest.

Available in a variety of patterns, NuWallpaper from Dunelm, at just £24 a roll, is an affordable effective option.

They say;

Created with a peel and stick backing that can be easily applied to any smooth surface, the peel and stick wallpaper is perfect for renters as it is easy to apply and can be re-positioned or removed at any time without leaving behind sticky residue or damage. The paper is also great for DIY or upcycling projects as it can be easily cut and applied to bits of furniture to cover up old marks or simply to give it a refresh.

home: follow friday [ just maison ]

home: follow friday [ just maison ]

Our new ‘follow friday’ feature this week, shares our love for Just Maison. An absolutely beautifully curated collection of homewares and gifts.

Follow their Instagram feed for inspiration and head to their website to shop!

home: trend [ statement sofas ]

home: trend [ statement sofas ]

When it comes to furniture, the sofa is one of the biggest and usually the one you would want to invest in the most.

Over the last year we have been seeing sofa choices increase with so many styles and colour options available. Sofas are there to make a statement!

Whether you like bright colours, floral patterns, stripes or dots, there is a sofa out there for you. It doesn’t take long to find sofas online and if have an idea of what you want then you will be sure to find one.

Some of our favourite brands which offer a great selection of styles and fabric choices are sofaworkshop.com, sofa.com & arloandjacob.com

Guide:

Clockwise from top left:

sofaworkshop.com [ from £3569 ], made.com [ £499 ], arloandjacob.com [ £2580 ], sklum.com [ £430 ], grahamandgreen.co.uk [ from £2850 ], johnlewis.com [ £1899 ]

home: featured [ Goodhood Store ]

home: featured [ Goodhood Store ]

Something for all aspects of your style, we love GoodHood for the unique designers, great curated ranges and finger on the pulse of latest trends.

Amongst the great fashion seek out the homeware department, explore independent designers, products for every room in the house and great pieces to give as gifts.

They say;

Started in 2007 Goodhood is an award winning multi brand retailer selling over 200 brands across menswear, womenswear, lifestyle and cosmetics. Our aim is to cultivate our unique vision of effortless life style and redefine the idea of luxury living. Our curated buying ensures every product has a story and relevance to our ethos. We actively aim to create a culturally relevant experience influenced by the flow of culture rather than the trends of the fashion industry. The Goodhood Store remains unique in its brand identity, its culture, its level of service and as a space men and women can both find the best of a worldwide curated selection of goods.’