As well as loving fashion, I have discovered I am a big fan of interiors too and fortunately for me when it comes to home offerings the High Street has got stronger and stronger over the years. Gone are the days when you had to commit to spending a fortune on soft furnishings from designer shops and hoped you still loved them five years later – now you can alter your room with the seasons for as much or as little as you want.
Upon moving into our first home and renovating it slowly (or not at all as the case may be since Daisy arrived), I originally planned a simple palette of colours of grey, grey and er more grey with a splash of white of course. While I’ve realised a grey wall certainly works as a blank canvas, I am happy to declare that I have also found and embraced colour since then. Flashes of bold colours against the neutral tones works amazingly so I have enjoyed incorporating bright and printed accessories to our home. With this in mind White Stuff’s brand new home collection is perfect.
Probably better known for it’s pretty, boho casual clothing the brand has widened it’s loveliness with their first home accessories range. Giving a nod to the huge Scandi love in that’s occurring at the moment, this collection uses print, colour and simplistic designs that could be introduced seamlessly into your home – it will definitely work mine – and I can guarantee no one will ever guess where it is from. It is no secret that I have a lot of love for a basket or two and the dipped ones in grey or white would make a chic addition and could be used for storing toys as I wrote about a few months ago (you can see the post here). Likewise, a pom pom trimmed cushion or a zig zag printed throw will liven up any sofa. If you have any concerns about uniformity you needn’t worry, this collection was made to be mismatched.
There’s also stationery in the form of notebooks that I can vouch for – since this carpe diem one landed it has not failed to make me happy (and organise my lists) while brightening up my desk no end.
If you needed any further convincing let the price tags sway the deal for you. A mug will set you back £12.50 while a vase is just £15.
Here are my favourite pieces from the collection…
N.B This post was not sponsored, all thoughts and opinions are my own.