home: nice price [ dining table ]

home: nice price [ dining table ]

With its soft tone wood and midcentury styling – curved edges and tapered legs, this elegant dining table from Dunelm is perfect.

It’s sale price is just £259.50 which means it’s a bargain for such a great piece of furniture.

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home: event [ pyrography ]

home: event [ pyrography ]

If you fancy learning a new craft, then why not try pyrography at London Craft Club.

Learn the techiques for creating patterns and shapes in wooden and leather objects. You then get to take home your designs.

You don’t need any experience at all If you can hold a pen then you’ll be able to do pyrography. There are 19 different iron tips to choose from. Some tips allow you to draw or write freehand just like a pen. You can either make up your own design, or use our templates to create patterns or words

Go to londoncraftclub.co.uk for bookings

home: trend [ decorative detail ]

home: trend [ decorative detail ]

This season we have started to see more decoration and pattern on furniture and accessories. Side cabinets, consoles and coffee tables have inlaid tiles and wood with decorative patterns and colours.

A brand where you can see a lot of this is anthropologie.com with gorgeous designs and colours.

We are also seeing decoration on ceramics like vases and bowls. They become textural and tactile.

Wood is clearly a big choice for all, with a lot of mixed materials being used on furniture. Parquet finishes and carved wood feature heavily. This carved look also translates to bed headboards and room dividers.

Guide:

Top row: bedside table / anthropologie.com [ £598 ], mirror / hm.com [ £24.99 ], headboard / urbanoutfitters.com [ £350 ]

Middle row: console table / westelm.co.uk [ £1,499 ], sideboard / westelm.co.uk [ £1,199 ]

Bottom row: coffee table / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £395 ], vase / johnlewis.com [ £ ], console table / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £1,600 ]

home: made [ plant pot ]

home: made [ plant pot ]

We love these little alternatives to a standard pot for a cactus or succulent. The simple balsa wood boxes are a great way of hiding the standard ugly plastic pots and you can make it to fit any size.

Paint or draw on any design you like, we love the scalloped print, made using a cut potato!

Head to curbly.com for the full tutorial

home: found this [ mirrors ]

home: found this [ mirrors ]

If you love Scandi style, then you must head to Haygen, London. And our pick of the range is their mirrors.

Mirrors can bring a new dimension to a room, creating the look of more space and in some cases becoming a piece if art on the wall.

Haygen has a lovely collection of simple brass, black and wooden mirrors, in a number of sizes and shapes. You will be sure to find a favourite.

haygenstore.com

home: made [ hanging organiser ]

home: made [ hanging organiser ]

We spotted this sleek and simple diy project for a hanging organiser. With the use of some wooden dowels, rope and a drill, you are good to go.

Adapt your hanging ladder to suit your needs and what you intend to use it for. We think it’s great for hanging photos, and art! A lovely idea for adults and kids.

Head to yourdiyfamily.com for all the details

home: nice price [ rattan table ]

home: nice price [ rattan table ]

Zara always manage to surprise us with its homeware. Relatively new to the game Zara has some hidden gems, including this rattan side table.

Rattan is this seasons must have look and is everywhere, but it can be quite expensive. This glass topped table is in the sale and a bargain at £49.99!

Don’t miss out and head to zarahome.com