Rose and Grey is another online store that I check out on regular basis. I wouldn’t want to miss what new treasures they’ve unearthed now would I? They can always be relied upon to have a few things that I’ve not seen before as well as old favourites that I’ve been lusting after for a while. They have a very definite mid-century aesthetic going on, mixed with lots of ethnic rugs, faux flowers, and quirky accessories. There’s quite a few industrial looking pieces too if you love that look. My personal pick (if I had to pick just one!) from below is that Ferm Living Wooden Multi Shelf. There’s so many ways it could be useful around the house – and if you pop over to the website there’s a few suggestions there – but I’m pretty sure it would look amazing against the palm print wallpaper in my kitchen.
The Broughton Sofa, £1,425, Pictured in olive velvet with ebony stained legs, but also available in thirteen other colours. Don’t know why you’d want another colour though, this one is just perfect.
Here it is, the Ferm Living Wooden Multi Shelf, £415. Shown here as a bathroom shelf, it features a combination of shelves, wooden pockets and knobs, allowing you to get creative with your displays.
Abigail Ahern String of Pearls Plant in Pot, £46.50. Perfect for those of us who are terrible at keeping the real things alive. I’m getting better but I think a few faux ones should always be in reserve, don’t you?
The Bergen Solid Oak Sideboard, £750. Such stylish good looks would suit any style of interior in my opinion and perfect for tucking away all manner of bits and bobs.
Green Stoneware Cactus Vase, £22. This cute vase (so on-trend, in case you hadn’t noticed) features an all-over dotted texture. You can use it on its own as an ornament or place a single stem inside to use it as a vase.