New Interiors Crush – Heavenly Homes and Gardens

Every so often I stumble across a new source of homewares that gets me delving deeper into the things they have to offer. This week it was Heavenly Homes and Gardens. It was the eclectic mix of plants, flowers, homewares, jewellery and garden accessories that had me mentally adding rather too much to my virtual basket. Then I saw that there is an actual physical shop in Ross-on-Wye and I got even more excited. Not that I’m anywhere near, but just the thought of browsing in an actual shop again sounds like heaven.

Take a Look 

New Interiors Crush - Heavenly Homes and Gardens

Image features: Dried Natural Pampas Grass, £12.

Heavenly Homes and Gardens is run by Jade, who started the company as a side hustle whilst still working as a corporate lawyer. And it’s a real family business with sisters, an aunty and best friends now all part of the team. Although the shop and website have a wide range of stylish homewares from cushions to candles to baskets, the real speciality is a wide range of plant pots, rusty stars and hearts, and faux flowers and plants.

New Interiors Crush - Heavenly Homes and Gardens

Image features: Dried Orange Bunny Tail Grass, £12.

Jade will also happily help by putting together a bouquet, and she also hires seasonal faux flower arrangements to hotels and commercial premises who need help with festive styling.

New Interiors Crush - Heavenly Homes and Gardens

Image Left: Features Small Green Beldi Drinking Glass, £5. Image Right: Features Small Stoneware Pots, £7.

Now I just need to work out how I can get to Ross-on-Wye soon.

New Interiors Crush - Heavenly Homes and Gardens

Image features: Velvet Ceiling Light with Tassels, £40.

Heavenly Homes and Gardens, 35 High Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5HE.

 

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