Archive of ‘Homeware’ category

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Get The Look : Bridgerton Interiors

Netflix’s latest show Bridgerton centring on the competitive world of Regency era London during the debutante season, has been impossible to ignore – proving an instant hit with audiences when it was released at Christmas and became the perfect medium for lockdown escapism.  Based on Julia Quinn’s novels and directed by Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy […] Read more…

Get The Look: The Flamingo Estate Los Angeles

Clockwise from Left to Right: Charcoal Garden Posey Platter £150 Rachael Cocker, The New Craftsman / Cooperage Dining Table and Chairs Fort Standard / Marble Terrazzo Board £49, Folk Interiors / Seaglass Crackle Tile from $122 per sq.ft, Stan Bitters for Heath Ceramics  / Serra Low Planter $78, Liefshop / Hand Dipped 3 Colour Candles £24, Brassica Mercantile Day-dreaming about transportive spaces and making lists of places to visit based […] Read more…

Little Women. Further Reading

  This new year everyone has been talking about the much anticipated new adaptation of Little Women starring Saiorse Ronan, Emma Watson and Florence Pugh where director Greta Gerwig (Ladybird) brings a modern vision to the 19th-Century novel by Louisa May Alcott. The original story if you haven’t read it or watched the iconic 1994 version […] Read more…

All Good Things: New Inspiration

Hello friends! I haven’t written for a while and took a blogging hiatus of sorts. Aarya started school, we went on holidays, life got in the way… but here i am back now… It’s nice almost starting fresh again. I thought you might like to know what i’ve been up to whilst I’ve been away… here’s […] Read more…

The Best of Autumn Homeware

Byrne Zinc Table Planter from £32 Rowen and Wren Cosy nights, candle-light and comfort eating – Autumn is hands down the best season for nesting and surrounding yourself with beautiful things and hunkering down at home. Here’s my pick of the best of Autumn homeware… Rose Ceiling Lamp £89 Plumo / Kyoto Large Linen Wall Hanging Rose […] Read more…

Five Velvet Beauties from Darlings of Chelsea

The trend for velvet home furnishings is going nowhere fast and velvet furniture which was once relegated to a bygone era is now getting a contemporary update from brands using modern colours making the plush accessory the statement of the moment. Gloriously named sofa brand Darlings of Chelsea handcraft their equally glorious velvet sofas here in the UK and […] Read more…

Its All in the Eyes: New Trend + Valentines Gift Guide

Golden Eye Mirror £19.95, Graham and Green With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the shops and the internet are guaranteed to abound with heart shaped objects – but at the risk of sounding a little lewd I think other body parts are often overlooked as poetic and poignant reminders of love… I’m talking about the eyes… They are the gateway […] Read more…

30 Christmas Gifts Under £15

Metallic Monogram Sticker Patch £5 Anthropologie  With a mere few days left until Christmas like me you’ve probably got all your key gifts sorted (no?). For me however, it’s always the Secret Santa’s and the friendship gifts where you have a budget to stick to that are the trickiest ones to buy for. I always […] Read more…

New Shop: Brassica Mercantile and Restaurant

I’ve met plenty of people with dreams – I even began to put the wheels in motion some years ago for my once upon a dream to open a bookshop with a cafe… in recent years i’ve leaned towards opening the homewares shop my neighbourhood is lacking. I have friends who have been steadily training as florists […] Read more…

Halloween Pompkins DIY

We have been saying the words Pompkin with glee all weekend in my household. Isn’t it a wonderful word? We haven’t had a craft project on the blog for a really long time so when Morgan Webber, a good friend and the craftiest person I know offered up a Halloween themed craft – how could […] Read more…

Celestial Ceramics from Michele Quan

My thoughts have been ruminating on a celestial note this past month… i’ve been watching Neil Gaiman’s epic blockbuster on TV – American Gods (a clash between the old Gods and the new) – there’s plenty of star-gazing and mysticism. I’ve also re-discovered everything Fornasetti and fallen in love with the delicate Astronomici collection. So when […] Read more…

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