Love… Joules

March 10, 2014

Joules is a relatively new brand yet has become a very popular over the last few years, with shops and concessions popping up wherever you look. Joules is an example of lifestyle brands and how their product range grows when people start to buy into the brand. Joules started with primarily clothing yet home ranges have now grown and people want to buy into this look. Their designs are fun, colourful and depicting of enjoyable country living. Functional yet in trend and fun, I can see why Joules is growing.

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Images Via:

Joules: http://www.joules.com/

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The Great British Sewing Bee

February 26, 2014

The Great British Sewing Bee is back on our screens. The programme sees amateur sewers take on challenges each week for one to be crowned the best home sewer.

We saw how the Great British Bake Off took the UK by storm, with a trend for baking coming back into fashion. Will it now be the turn of the Great British Sewing Bee? Take a look my Great British Sewing Bee collection from stores and designers…

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TheBlueberryPatch

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QuirkyBee

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EllenCushionAlsoHome

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SarahMoorePeaPodPinCushion

Images Via:

1. John Lewis: www.johnlewis.co.uk

2. The Blueberry Patch: www.theblueberrypatch.co.uk

3. Quirky Bee: http://quirkybee.co.uk/

4. Also Home: www.alsohome.com

5. Sarah Moore: www.sarahmoorehome.co.uk

Interior Trend: Britishness

January 24, 2012

With the London Olympics and the Queens Diamond Jubilee taking place this year, it’s not surprising that Britishness is trending in interior design. It all began last year after the Royal Wedding. People became patriotic and nostalgic towards all things British, buying cake stands, bunting and iconic decor. I have picked out some of my favourite home accessories that reflect this interior trend. Also, keep your eyes peeled nearer the Queen’s Jubilee for my styling and decoration ideas for your street parties!

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1. Anthropologie: http://www.anthropologie.com

2. Primrose & Plum: www.primroseandplum.co.uk

3. Rose & Grey: www.roseandgrey.co.uk

4. Marks and Spencer: www.marksandspencer.com

5. Primrose & Plum: www.primroseandplum.co.uk

6. Mollie & Fred: www.mollieandfred.co.uk

7. Dunelm Mill: www.dunelm-mill.com

With Christmas gone, and the new year now here, the interior design world brings the emergence of new trends, and the continuation of last year’s favourites. So here are some new trends which I think will be popular in 2012. Over the coming months I will be sharing with you my favourite designs that reflect these trends, if my predictions are correct!

Firstly the continuation of Handmade and Folk:

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Lace:

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Pastel & Neon:

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Orange:

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Images Via:

1.  Niki Jones: www.niki-jones.co.uk

2. Primrose & Plum: www.primroseandplum.co.uk

3. Little Pieces at Not On the High Street: www.notonthehighstreet.com

4. Sanderson: www.sanderson-uk.com

5. Hanne Rysgaard Ceramics: www.hannerysgaard.com

6. Bodie & Fou: www.bodieandfou.com