A new home interiors brand was recently brought to my attention that I thought I would share today, At the moment particularly I’m always looking for new sources of furniture and decorative items for my home, but even the old faithfuls can get samey and of course I’m on the look out for a budget bargain, so I was pleased to see an eclectic mix of pieces there with some at very good prices. There are also several ‘in the style of’ items that you may have seen elsewhere, that are at much lower prices. (As with all designer reproductions, make sure you check the dimensions thoroughly if you’re looking for a good ‘copy’.)

Here’s my pick of the best items – the range is diverse with everything from mirrored furniture to shabby chic armoires and retro sign lighting.

Copper hammered light £49 // Vegas Alphabet lights £295 // Arrow wall light £35 // American Flag wall hanging £55 // Turquoise jewellery cabinet £35 // White dressing mirror £195 // Embossed silver Chest of Drawers £255 // Tall factory stool £110 // White Chair with wooden legs £79 // Fifties style bedside £220 // Glass topped driftwood table £754

I’ve tried to show a broad selection of items here to illustrate the breadth of styles available. Out There Interiors is well worth a browse if you have an item in mind or if you are just browsing for something different.

Let me know if you see something you like readers!


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5 thoughts on “Found: OUT THERE INTERIORS

  1. I’ve never heard of this store but I like the look of it (I’ve especially been lusting after copper light fittings recently in fact).
    I also really like Maisons du Monde which I’m guessing a lot of people won’t know – there’s a store at Cite d’Europe which we’ve picked various small bits and pieces up from but they also have a UK webstore

  2. The store is an interesting find, so one bookmarked for the new house. I really like the lights.

    Amy – we always pop into the shop when we go over to France. Picked up some lovely things over the years. Never realised there was a UK ‘shop’ though, great!!

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