Tag Archive: homewares

Raw beauty

The new SINNERLIG collection designed by Ilse Crawford for IKEA


Home sweet home

There’s something about the TOAST imagery that makes me yearn for a simpler life. It’s in the naturally pure daylight streaming onto the slightly crumpled linen bedsheets, and the earthenware mugs prepped for… Continue reading

A gallery you don’t have to leave home for

For many, wallpaper will forever have its associations with Grandparents’ antiquated floral landscape, or childhood Thomas the Tank Engine patterns etched with crayon. Or alternatively, seedy clubs with gold embossed oriental patterns like… Continue reading

Heal’s Modern Craft Market

Beginning a post with “apologies for the delay” is never a great way to begin but I guess the old phrase of better late than never could be called upon on this occasion.… Continue reading

Spring is in the air

Sure, you could arguably look out the window and say otherwise – the biblical rain and wind isn’t the most encouraging sign that we are in fact entering the new Spring season, but… Continue reading

Pastel Perfect

We’ve firmly put the longest day of the year behind us, polished off that last tub of Quality Street and made the official transition from our Christmas sweatpants. You may be making New… Continue reading

TOAST celebrate the best of British

There’s not much that TOAST touches that doesn’t turn to gold. Whether it be creating sumptuous seasonal lookbooks like their latest AW campaign titled Nourishment (if you’ve not seen it, you must), or… Continue reading

Trending: Not so mellow yellow

From geometric neon at Louis Vuitton to zingy florals at Moschino, yellow has become the go-to hue for Spring/Summer 13. Not for the faint hearted, the speedy transition from catwalk to highstreet, has… Continue reading

Lost & Fond

On a recent visit to SCP in Shoreditch, one of my favourite homewares haunts for everyday inspiration (and aspiration!), I came across Blodwen blankets. Beautifully crafted textiles handmade in Cardigan Bay, Wales, it’s also home… Continue reading