|Marble table, £209, Bloomingville at Amara|
It’s definitely not cheap cheap. But I’ve also come to the conclusion that nothing good, furniture wise, really is. And I’m at a general feeling that under £300 for decent, quality furniture that is a little bit different is worth the money. And also means that your friends won’t come round and say ‘I’ve got that’ as most do when they see our Ikea home.
1. Rattan chair, £289, Bloomingville
2. Marble and gold jewellery stand, £47, Bloomingville
3. Coffee table, £145, Bloomingville
4. Set of 2 votives, £30, Bloomingville
5. Kitchen roll holder, £53, Bloomingville
6. Grey marble chopping board, £31, Bloomingville
7. Brushed gold table, £175, Bloomingville
For chic, quality furniture, I believe it’s worth spending a bit more, after all, you’ll be living with it for a long time. But for the little extras? The High Street has got you covered.
|Wire basket, £12.99, H&M Home|
|Copper hanging mirror, £35, Oliver Bonas|
|Marble and wood serving board, £25, Habitat|
And my absolute ‘must’ interiors shop at the moment? The Little House Shop – the most affordable carnival letters out there (and I think it’s fate that the selling shot is mine and my husband’s initials):
|Carnival lights, £58 each, The Little House Shop|
And my sister just bought one of their DIY Lightboxes for my nephew’s room:
|DIY Lightboxes, £30, The Little House Shop. Photo from @The_Rocco_ (yes, my nephew pretty much has a dedicated instagram account!)|
Fashion Follows Her says
Live the marble & gold… just the look I'm going for. Out there interiors have some great items too.
Alexandra Stedman says
Oh thanks, will check it out! Out & Out Original is also a new favourite of mine x