29 fabulous things for your home, as chosen by Lily and her daughters, Ethel and Marnie, over breakfast one morning.
We’ve saved you the stress of heading to the shops – simply click on an item in the gallery below, and shop the full list from the comfort of your computer.
You had no idea you needed a frog pitcher, but now you’ve seen it…
Slowdown Studio is your new go-to for luxe throws with a serious creative streak.
Keep the bits and bobs you’re forever searching for in Jonathan Adler’s Weed canister.
JUST FUND IT
Posterzine’s latest issue includes an A1 poster by bootlegging designer Jonny Banger.
Parisian artist Nathalie Lété has turned her hand to homewares with this gorgeous tea tray.
Fabriano’s pencil tree is the thinking way to keep your drawing bits organised.
The DOT Mechanical Keyboard from Lofree gives a retro typewriter experience without the hassle.
Handmade in Mexico, add colour to your space with Milagros’ tin Virgin of Guadalupe.
London-based Matilda Goad has created a teaspoon set for colour lovers.
£70 for eight, matildagoad.com
LIKE A PILL
Argentine ceramic artist Kinska’s handmade Pain Killer Capsule is an utterly original piece of art.
Whether soft or hard, eat your egg from this tongue-in-cheek chicken feet cup.
STICK IT TO THEM
David Shrigley’s Politicians Make Me Sick magnet resonates in these times.
Behold Grace and Thorn’s Mama Didn’t Raise No Fool offbeat bouquet.
from £60, graceandthorn.com
From the legendary Stüssy streetwear brand comes this excellent mushroom vase.
Show off your home baking prowess with Arket’s kitsch Bordallo Pinheiro cake stand.
Mother and daughter duo Scott & Taylor update school chairs of old.
This Printworks yatzy will at least look fetching before your games night descends into chaos.
TURN IT UP
Pump some cheer into your home with the Hay x Sonos limited edition smart speaker in yellow.
Add some glorious green with this Echeveria affinis from plant specialist Prick.
Utensils that are perfect for cooking, serving, or putting on a puppet show.
£2.50 per utensil, thorstenvanelten.com
Engel’s bamboo bowls come in six pastel colours with a luxe matte finish.
£5.50 each, lunaandcurious.com
Ideal for decorating desktops, the Alphabet Pot has your name (well, initial) on it.
House of Hackney’s new wallpaper is called Dinosauria – what’s not to love?
£185 per roll, houseofhackney.com
Strike the Archivist’s rainbow-tipped matches on the bottom of the bottle to get a flame.
Bella Freud’s 1970 cashmere wool cushion inspired by Patti Smith will never go out of style.
With its own pouch and cleaning brush, the Sol Cups water bottle is for life.
Add some romance to your dressing table with this pot by Louise Roe.
“Interiors are my thing: if I had to choose between fashion, beauty and interior, I’d always choose interiors. I have things in eights, so for a treat I’ll buy eight plates.”
Images: Courtesy of brands
Francesca Brown is books editor for Stylist magazine and Stylist Loves; she also compiles the Style List on a weekly basis. She is a self-confessed HBO abuser and has a wide selection of grey sweatshirts. Honestly, you just can’t have enough. @franabouttown
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