We’ve got you covered with tips and creative ideas to decorate a gourd-eous autumn inspired table this year. Go full harvest: Transitioning to a new season is as simple as incorporating a few elements from nature including mini pumpkins and gourds to create a beautiful centerpiece to your autumn inspired table. By selecting these fruits in various shapes and colours, you’ll not only add an autumnal touch but also add interest and texture to your table. Don’t forget to include brightly coloured leaves, Indian corn husks or the traditional cornucopia. Go natural: Create a relaxed feel with neutral tones, natural elements and simple accents. Natural Canvas’ rich yet neutral tones make it a range to love and enjoy whatever your home’s style and makes it perfect for your autumn tablesetting. Accessorise with glassware and metallics to add shimmer to your tablescape using different finishes for a rustic effect. Adding hearty flowers in rich jewel tones create a feminine touch and pop of color. Shop the Natural Canvas Collection > View Now Go bold: Rich and warm, bright and …
To showcase our new Monsoon Fleur range, Hattie Fox, founder of the stylish London florist, That Flower Shop, has created some stunning floral centerpieces for us, inspired by Fleur’s cobalt blue colour and delicate silver decoration.
One of the best summer activities is to have a BBQ. Especially as it’s National BBQ Week this week, this is your chance to get outside and cook up your favourite foods over the coals on the BBQ.
As mindfulness continues to influence interior design, we’ve teamed up with interior designers, Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead of 2LG Studio to launch our latest collection, Studio Blue and inspire others to give their homes a mindful refresh, beginning with a calming kitchen.
We’ve recently been working with Green Rooms hotel in London to provide tableware for their restaurant. A social enterprise, Green Rooms is a creative arts space that offers budget-friendly accommodation.
Making your own crackers this Christmas means that you can tailor your choice of paper and ribbon to work with your very own handmade Christmas scheme.
Use these homemade cross stitch tags as present tags or place cards for a true handmade, nostalgic Christmas feel.
A perfect project for a cosy winter’s evening sat next to a roaring log fire with a mug of hot chocolate.