I’m not writing this post from Stockholm, because turns out i’ve got burgers to eat, cider to drink and weird old boats to explore, but hey look, I planned a couple of posts in advance for my short absence.
Sometimes I need a break from writing posts and just need an excuse to window shop on the internet – so here you go, something easy on the eyes.
We’ve just started decorating the new house (Chris’s house and not mine, sob, what i’d give to be on the property ladder) and at the moment it’s all about paint and glossing and floorboards, and as much fun as it is wanting to curl up and die as we pound the horrible space that is B&Q, I cannot wait to actually buy things to put in said decorated rooms.
No, but seriously, how bad is B&Q? Like does anyone like it EVER?
Unlike with fashion, it’s actually quite hard to just peruse pretty things in the homeware department. Most websites insist you click into a particular department, like cutlery or doormats, which is boring and dull and no fun at all because I don’t know what I want to buy until I see it.
(FYI, you CAN just browse new things on Zara, Laura Ashley and H&M – phew).
1. Zara pineapple lamp, £109.99, 2. Oliver Bonas chevron cushion, £32, 3. French Connection rug, £75, 4. Zara fruit print serving plate, £29.99, 5. Oliver Bonas foot stool, £275, 6. Joy rabbit cake stand, £35, 7. H&M glass jar, £5.99, 8. Rose & Grey Great Britain print, £62, 9. Marks & Spencer bobble cushion, £25, 10. Zara mirror tray, £19.99, 11. John Lewis grid print box, £30, 12. H&M herringbone blanket, £24.99, 13. Oliver Bonas print bowl, £4.50, 14. H&M box, £14.99
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