Sculpd’s new collection offers homeware lovers the chance to craft their very own on-trend pieces.
Long gone are the days when our homes were simply places to lay our heads at night. Over the last couple of years, our interiors have become just as much an extension of our personality as our fashion and beauty choices.
It’s why there was so much interest in interior and homeware trends during the pandemic – at a time when we had no choice but to stay home, decorating our space became a way to express ourselves and create a place that was uniquely ours.
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In addition to the variety of beginner-friendly pottery kits it already sells, Sculpd is now offering a collection of five homeware craft kits for people who want to make their own iterations of the pieces they see on their Instagram feed.
Inspired by the latest trends, each kit comes with everything you need to make one piece of homeware, ranging from a body form vase to a candlestick holder set.
They also come with a step-by-step guide with lots of detail, to make the process of creating your new piece as smooth and easy-to-follow as possible.
While the idea of crafting homeware isn’t for everyone, it’s a great way to try your hands at pottery if you struggle with inspiration.
You’ll also have the opportunity to create a piece that is uniquely yours – especially after you’ve decorated your clay creation.
This is just the first drop in a whole new series for Sculpd – the company plans to drop new releases every two to three months to keep up with the latest trends.
So, if you fancy trying something new and bagging yourself a new on-trend piece of homeware, then it’s definitely worth taking a look at what Sculpd Home has to offer.
Shop Sculpd Home at sculpd.co.uk, prices range from £25-£39
As Stylist’s digital writer, Lauren Geall writes on topics including mental health, wellbeing and women’s issues. She’s also a big fan of houseplants and likes to dabble in film and TV from time-to-time. You can find her on Twitter at @laurenjanegeall.