Interior Style: BundleBerry by Amanda Holden…


While Project Kitchen is still going strong (there was a hold up but all will be revealed shortly), it’s done nothing to help curb my home lust-list shopping habit. Fortunately it’s all imaginary for now as I am stuck unable to do anything until the kitchen is finished but with so much choice out there the list is getting bigger – I dread to think how much my imaginary shopping list would come in at by now!

Obviously my first love is fashion. It’s been my career for the past 12 years and I love nothing more than searching the High Street for fashionable finds but I must confess that interiors are fast becoming my next big love. It began when we first moved into our seventies house 3 years ago. The owner before us was a lovely old lady so the house was immaculate but not to our taste at all as you can imagine – more was definitely more. Embossed wallpapers, borders AND dado rails were all happening in the living room while the carpet in the spare bedroom was enough to bring on a migraine. Luckily I married a builder so ever since we arrived we have gradually redecorated each room ourselves, although we’ve slowed down considerably since Daisy arrived.

Weekends wandering in DIY shops and hours spent scouring the internet for all manner of things  have certainly helped to cultivate my new favourite sport and it was a late night search earlier this week that led me to my latest interior find, an unlikely one at that, BundleBerry by Amanda Holden. I had previously heard about her homeware range available at QVC but although it was on my long list of things to do I’d not actually got around to looking at it until the latest instalment landed and I have to say I am really impressed.


Compared with her first collection that was bold and bright this latest drop is a lot more industrial looking with wood, metal, concrete and my favourite, grey. The prices are really reasonable too. If you are looking for something a bit different that won’t cost you the earth, this is the place for you – suffice to say I’ve got my eye on the plant holder which has been added to “the list”. Here are my favourite pieces from the range available now…


BundleBerry by Amanda Holden




3.Side Table 

4. Plant Stand

5. Trunks (set of 2)

6. Throw

7. Mirror


BundleBerry by Amanda Holden available at

Happy Shopping


This post was not sponsored, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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