home: featured [ Present & Correct ]
If you love stationery then you must check out Present & Correct. Launched in 2009 this store showcases a collection which is not only nostalgic but modern in design.
We love the vintage accessories sitting alongside graph paper notebooks and 1970s erasers, plywood storage tray and rubber stamp set. The curated collection is beautifully designed, with everything workinh together and there is a real identity running through.
‘It’s a showcase for the things we have enjoyed since school. A long-term obsession with stationery has culminated in a constantly evolving store. Paper and office objects which are inspired by homework, the post office and school’
home: nice price [ industrial light ]
AnotherHomeBlog favourite, Labour & Wait have this beauty of a light shade. Both industrial style and sparkly, we love this enamel lampshade with the white speckled pattern at just £58.
This enamel lampshade is especially made for us by Riess in Austria, and is a replica of the vintage shades which were fitted in our first shop. This classic design was originally used in workshops, garages and industrial buildings.
home: favourite thing [ sofa ]
The London Transport Museum, known for their incredible homeware ranges and interior styling products, have raised their game with their current moquette fabric (famous from the London tube train seats) sofa which not only comes in all the amazing fabrics from all the various underground tube train lines but also even more patterns – including a truly fabulous leopard print. Custom made to order, one of these investment pieces could be yours for £1964.99.
home: found this [ leather chairs ]
It’s all about the leather chair at Cult Furniture, with the perfect range to choose from for your lounge, bedroom, dining area or office – with great styles and in a great colour palette there’s something to suit every interior.
With a nod to vintage and industrial trends, prices start from £99
home: featured [ PIB ]
A haven of perfect vintage, midcentury and Scandinavian design under one roof. The range of superb condition vintage pieces at PIB is extensive and includes chairs, tables, lighting, storage, and more.
Style, Quality, and Everlasting: The PIB Concept
PIB was founded because we couldn’t find furniture which combined style & quality online. The products were either of bad quality, badly presented or in the middle of long lists with no coherence of styles.
Currently there are great ‘back to school’ special discounts on various pieces running until 25th September.
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: featured [ Pentreath + Hall ]
Sometimes it’s good not to be minimal, and have the coldness of a monochrome interior. Pentreath + Hall embrace colour, pattern, beautiful design and layering up textures to ensure perfect interior inspiration.
Tucked away in Rugby Street, Bloomsbury, London, this store is bursting at the seams with homeware, furniture and accessories. Also available online, every department is covered – a great place to buy interiors gifts or treat yourself to a new look for a room.
Around for almost a decade, the duo behind the retail outlet have an interiors, architecture and artistic background. This has evidently come together perfectly in their great buying choices and curated ranges.
Visit them online or in store. Currently you can enjoy shopping the Summer sale too.