Because we all know interiors are the new it-bags…
There once was a time where your parents dragging you around the homeware section of a department store (as they ‘oohed’ and ‘aahed’ over ceramics) was the bane of your entire being. Why did you have to look at vases when you could be road testing Tammy Girl’s latest threads across the road? When we have our own place to live, we certainly will not care whether our napkin rings match our starched linen napkins.
How wrong we were. It seems a day doesn’t pass where we don’t drool over a designer cushion, the perfectly imperfect vase or hand painted crockery. Our homes have become and an extension of our own personal style - for some it’s a riot of colour, for others a paired back minimalism.
Either way, one thing is for certain: we just can’t get enough. Shop our edit of the most fashionable pieces to treat your home to now.
Give the gift of a dinner party talking point this Christmas. We’re obsessed.
Love Handles ceramic vase, £340, Anissa Kermiche at matchesfashion.com
For the person who is always getting their jewellery tangled, Alighieri’s latest foray into homeware holds the solution.
Jewellery stand, £210, Alighieri
Etsy x Olivia Rubin coloured plates
British fashion designer Olivia Rubin has teamed up with Etsy to bring rainbow inspired crockery to your dinner table. With a gold rim and a beautiful range of pleasing colours, these plates will add joy to any meal.
Coloured plates, £147, Olivia Rubin x Etsy
Issy Granger upholstered footstool
Creating pieces that are a hybrid between art and furniture, Issy Granger’s upholstered footstool uses vintage Anatolian Kilim - hand-woven rugs by nomadic women in Turkey.
Upholstered footstool, £390, Issy Granger
If you need an excuse to buy more fancy gin, this is it.
Luxe round bamboo gold drinks trolley, £395, Oliver Bonas
A trinket bowl for jewellery or for Christmas snacks, either way this Dinosaur Designs resin bowl is a total treat.
Resin bowl, £60, Dinosaur Designs
House of Hackney
If you’re a fan of a statement cushion then East London brand House of Hackney is your go-to.
Saber large velvet cushion, £195, House of Hackney
Store your print copies of Stylist magazine in, err, style.
Hiba magazine rack, £65, La Redoute
Light up someone’s life, quite literally, with this luxe-looking table lamp for under £70.
Table lamp with fringing, £69.99, H&M
This perfectly misshapen vase is made from 100% recycled glass. Chic and eco-friendly, it’s a win-win.
Glass bottle vase, £29.99, Zara
We’re just hoping someone likes us enough to buy us this dream candle.
Medium star eye candle, £315, Gucci
Fashion and photography lovers need to go see the Tim Walker exhibition at the V&A museum. Add this book to any coffee table.
Tim Walker book, £85, vam.ac.uk
Marks and Spencer
Looks vintage, costs £15 – we won’t tell if you don’t.
Kent alarm clock, £15, Marks and Spencer
Soho Home x Marshall
The sleekest speaker we ever did see courtesy of Soho Home.
Acton bluetooth speaker, £175, Soho Home
The coolest candle around and it comes in loads of other colours and gestures. Some nicer than others.
The original candle hand gesture candle, £35, Beyond Living at wolfandbadger.com
Run with the hand these and light your candle (above) with these matches.
I-scream match strike, £48, Jonathan Adler at harveynichols.com
House plants become like pets when you reach a certain age. Show them some love and plant them in this pretty pot.
Ferm living rose hexagon plant pot, £29, Trouva
Make anyone’s home smell delightful with a Diptique room spray. Note: You will want one for your own home.
Baies Room Spray 150ml, £47, Diptique at net-a-porter.com
For those with a maximalist style, these statement salt and pepper shakers will make every meal a boujee one!
Salt and pepper shakers, £227, Versace at amara.com