Monday, 1 June 2015

Weekly Homeware/Gifts Picks (1st June - 7th June)


Hello Lovelies! This week's picks are a whole of jumble of things from antique style, to kitsch to shabby chic. I somehow stumbled back on to the Oliver Bonas website again, and was for the millionth time really impressed with their collection (I always love EVERYTHING). The other pieces featured this week come from Craftberrybush (on Society6), Cath Kidston, Sass&Belle and Urban Outfitters! 


1. Throw Pillow by Craftberrybush $27.00 [x] : I am so in love with this throw pillow by Craftberrybush, it's just such a pretty and fun splash of colour. 

2. Ornate Mirror in Blue £45.00 [x] : I've always wanted to create my own dressing table area where I can put my make up on, and I feel like this bold mirror would be perfect as a statement piece. 

3. Retro Kitten Suitcase Set of 3 £20.00 [x] : Every now and then I like to Kitsch it up a bit, and I absolutely love these adorable retro kitten storage suitcases. Just too damn cute. 

4. Wood Multi Wall Frame £65.00 [x] : If you love a bit of shabby chic, this wood multi wall frame is a perfect display for all your photos. 

5. Le Cocktail Chair £425.00 [x] : I'm in love with this French style chair, and want it in my house now. It also comes in a cool selection of colours: Fuchsia, graphite and pale jade. 

6. Antique Rose Bouquet Bedspread £145.00 [x] : This bedspread is definitely on the more expensive side, but I'm in love with the beautiful rose pattern and the polka dot detail on the other side and think it would make a bedroom. 

Thank you for reading lovelies! What did you like from this week's picks? Let me know in the comment section below. 

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30 comments

  1. That bedspread is so cute, wish it was more affordable! And love the kitten suitcases :)

    http://alittlerapunzel.blogspot.com

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    1. Yeah me too, why does it have to be so expensive?

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  2. The suitcases are so cute.
    I also love the picture frames. :3
    Urban outfitters always have some quirky bits but they're so expensive.

    Ellen,
    http://fishnetsxd.blogspot.ie

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    1. Yeah they are! And yes it always annoys me how expensive stuff there is (but I love so many things!)

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  3. That bedspread is bloomin' gorgeous! Love it x

    Kirsty - Effortlessly Excessive

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  4. I love all of these! The kitten suitcases are just the cutest ♥
    Amy xx

    Little Moon Dragon

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  5. I saw a similar retro suitcase set in LazyBoy once and I really wanted to get it for the home. I decided against it in the end because the thought of William climbing and falling off terrifies me and he's quite the climber!

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. Aww haha I can just imagine that happening - they look just like stairs!

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  6. That chair though - it's divine! x

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  7. These are all so floral and girly! Love it!
    Tegan xx - Permanent Procrastination

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  8. The retro kitten suitcases are so cute ^-^ I love the style and the pattern is adorable.

    <3
    perfectfixations.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. That chair is amazing, I may have to check out the other colours x

    www.kirstytalks.co.uk

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    1. Yeah, it looks great in the other colours too (especially pale jade) x

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  10. I love the look of that chair! It'll definitely brighten up my room with that gorgeous pop of colour. Thank you for sharing xx

    La'bell | labellwong.blogspot.com

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  11. Such pretty homeware picks :) I can so see 5 and 1 in the corner of my living room and 3 in my bedroom! xx

    Brenda BusyBee

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  12. Oh the chair and frame(s) are super cute! I love all the colors! :)

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    1. Thanks, I've been loving bold colours lately :)

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