home: event [ the basics store ]

home: event [ the basics store ]

In London this December? – a definite stop-off for shopping is the beautifully curated Christmas concept store at 40 Earlham Street, London.

‘Give + Receive’ has been curated by Marina London and Appear Here, and brings together some beautiful homeware and lifestyle retail brands under one roof for almost a month long pop up shop.

Runs from the 8th – 23rd December

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home: featured [ Cissywears ]

home: featured [ Cissywears ]

Home to a beautifully curated selection of homewares (and lovely stuff for babies and children), there’s an awful lot to love at Cissywears.

Gorgeous minimal design, ethical and morally sourced pieces, a lot of midcentury style to fill your home, and something to make every room unique.

There’s everything from blankets and throws to wall hangings and prints. There’s ceramics for the kitchen and dining, and lovely tableware for the kids that you’ll want to use too. Fall in love with a few carefully selected items of furniture, keep warm in gorgeous to touch quality bedding in the best shades of colour or simply stock up on incredible scents of candles for your home and for gifting.

home: trend [ winter florals ]

home: trend [ winter florals ]

Deeper colour palette, rich tones and the flora abundant in winter, brings all the warmth to an interior for winter.

Using reds, purples and oranges, various sizing of floral patterns and dark woods, this winter floral trend combines a love of maximalism and floral interiors.

Break up the mix of pattern with dark plain walls or plain seating fabrics. Use dark greens, charcoals or reds in wall paint with burnt oranges, rich purple or bark for curtains and throws.

Top row

cushion £16.50 Oasis / wallpaper £150 Joyful WallpaperCo / duvet from £17.50 Kaleidoscope

Middle row

paint from £18.33 PeriodPropertyStore / rug from £386 TheRugsWarehouse / wallpaper £150 Joyful Wallpaper Co

Bottom row

cushion £15 M&S / curtains from £50 Next / cushion £15 WallpaperDirect

home: made [ wall organisers ]

home: made [ wall organisers ]

We love a bit of recycling, especially when you can make something useful for the home. These wall organisers are made from empty moisturising bottles – that’s it!

After carefully removing any labels, draw on your desired shape, making sure you have a hole so you can hang it, and cut it out. It’s that simple and looks really good.

Try different bottle sizes and styles depending on what you need to put in them.

For the full tutorial head to homeyohmy.com

home: nice price [ triangle shelf ]

home: nice price [ triangle shelf ]

Loving a great price piece of homeware and this triangle shelf fits the bill.

It’s amazing how a little hunting on eBay can find some absolute gems – well priced and versatile small furniture items for the home.

Available in a variety of colours and in sizes.

Priced from £11.99

home: featured [ Copper Blush ]

home: featured [ Copper Blush ]

We love what they do at Copper Blush – simple and beautiful text signs, hand crafted for your home from wire, in a choice of fonts.

Have a fun slogan, poignant quote or meaningful words or personalised babe option. Choose what suits you, the room or location of your sign

Head to their Etsy store to find out more.

home: made [ belted mirror ]

home: made [ belted mirror ]

Across the high street in homeware stores are mirrors with belts as a frame surround, with buckle, to create an industrial modern look.

We love the clever but simple tutorial from School Of Decorating to make your own DIY better frame mirror.

It is made with just a few simple materials including a belt and a mirror picked up cheaply off the high street.