home: nice price [ vases ]
An easy way to revamp and update a room is with vases. Bring colour and shapes in a really simple way to create interest on shelves and tables.
We recommend getting along to hm.com and grabbing a bargain as there are so many options all under £10!
home: made [ concrete vase ]
Head to PaperNStitch blog for a great, simple tutorial for making a cool modern vase from concrete.
Concrete is still big in interiors and doesn’t look like that’ll end any time soon. It’s such a beautiful and versatile material which suits so many parts of the home.
home: found this [ vases ]
We always have our favourite stores for a particular products, the one we can guarantee to find what we want. One of these for us is Habitat and its gorgeous vases.
Always bringing quirkiness and something a bit different, Habitat continues to deliver a great selection of vases and planters.
This season they have gone very structured with a paired down colour pallette compared to previous collections, but this means they will be more versatile around the home.
With prices starting from £20, head to habitat.co.uk to check them out.
home: found this [ vases ]
Arket has started to make a name for itself as a homeware destination. Their stripped back designs, muted colour pallete with heavy Swedish influences are certainly worth checking out.
We love these smoked glass vases, and at really good prices too.
arket com [ £12 – £17 ]
home: made [ vase ]
With marble still such a key materiel to use in interior styling this season, we love this DIY we found to make gorgeous little marble vases. Perfect on-trend home accessories to add a dash of marble to your room.
Head to Fall For DIY for the easy tutorial to create these lovely marble vases.
home: favourite thing [ stoneware range ]
Dunelm have ticked the midcentury style box with the great new Elements Scraffito range, currently made up of a large bowl and two vases.
This stoneware range has lovely simple graphic illustrated design on each piece in colours that are on trend and would sit well in a cluster to make a feature on a shelf or table.
home: found this [ Soho Ceramics ]
We love a new season with lots of new arrivals hitting the stores. A favourite of ours spotted this week is from Rockett St George. Their Soho Ceramics range of vases and planters is the perfect addition to any home. The 70’s colours will bring warmth to a room and the paint dipped finish creates texture and pattern. A quirky addition is that all the ceramics are named after streets in Soho, London.
Clockwise from top left:
Frith vase [ £35 ], Archer vase [ £32 ], Wardour hanging planter [ £39 ], Lexington vase [ £32 ], Argyll tripod planter [ £29 ], Romilly vase [ £52 ]
Available online and at their new concession in Harvey Nichols, London [ full post coming soon ]