Of course since I knew where we were moving, my mind has been all about interiors. In our old house we had pretty much filled everywhere we could and couldn’t justify a single extra item, but now we have several extra rooms to fill and I’m in my element.
One of the pieces I love most that we brought with us (and that gets a lot of comments) is the film light that we had in the dining room – it’s gone into the new dining room too. It was bought from Home Sense, one of my favourite shops, but their online presence is terrible so when I found these statement standard lamps at Made.com, I had to share them.
Each of these has a different style and feel, and they are all well priced considering the impact they will have in a room.
I’ll write more about Made.com soon, but in the mean time, have you purchased anything from there?
PS Apologies for the late post – truth is, I intended to write about the house, but I can’t find my camera cable to download the photo’s! Bear with me!
I’m on a real interiors kick right now and so when Hannah sent me over a selection of new products she has just added to the Ebury Home and Garden collection, I fell in love with the tastefully chic selection of linens and bathroom additions. Remember Hannah – yes, she of the perfect home. It’s hard not to be envious right?
I can’t go any further without drawing your attention to my absolute favourite item, these cute little mustard pots, perfect for single blooms…
Just gorgeous – They make me want to speak in a french accent and spend long afternoons lazing over lunch with bread and cheese.
I think bathrooms get a little neglected when it comes to styling but I love the range Hannah has curated of delicate soaps, (perfect for guests or impromptu gifts,) and cleverly practical items like these bamboo toothbrushes (now that really would make you the prefect host, eco and all!) or the printed laundry bag.
If it’s your kitchen that needs a little rustic style then how about these artichoke candles as a table centrepiece, paired with natural linens and I am in love with the linen cushions too. It’s all beautifully subtle and perfect for that longed-for Indian summer.
Do head on over and check out the Ebury Home and Garden site, particularly if it’s new to you. Hannah has collected some really beautiful things.