Monday, 3 April 2017

Homewear Haul


If you didn't already know, I have a big love for home interiors and I thought I would share with you what I have been buying lately for my new house (can I still call it new after a year).

Since we moved in a year ago (it was our house-iversary last week lol) we haven't really done a lot to the house, I have all the ideas and none of the cash. Lucky for us, the house is really neutral so until I have saved enough money to start some proper decorating, I have been adding my style and personality to the house by adding in few accessories here and there. So as well as showing you what I bought I also wanted to share how I have been styling these items round my home.

First up is my new Oliver Bonus lamp. I asked my sisters if they could chip in and buy me this for my birthday and I just love it. I have a lot of this mint colour in my home so it ties in really nicely and looks great on my grey side table. Another recent Oliver Bonus buy is this picture frame. The print inside is actually a new home card also from Oliver Bonus which I thought looked really cute in this frame.


Another birthday present is my Smeg kettle. I had been considering buying this for months but kept telling myself I couldn't justify spending that much on a kettle. When I had some birthday money I thought, just go for it! I knew I would probably end up spending my birthday money on clothes or something and thought the kettle would last far longer (it bloody better at the price I paid). I searched the web for ages trying to find the best possible price (they normally retail at £109.99) and found it for £99.99 from Leekes (it's now went back up in price). I was satisfied I had found the best price and bought it. The next day at work one of the girls told me QVC was selling was them for £80. How annoying! So I typed up a quick email to Leekes and asked if they would price match QVC and they did - refunding me £20. Top marks for great customer service which will encourage me to shop with them again.

I know some people will think spending that much on a kettle is crazy but I just think it looks so stylish in my kitchen and everytime I make a cuppa it makes me smile. Money well spent if you ask me.


My next few items were bargains. These artificial flowers I found in a gift shop in Paisley called IVAD. They cost me £1.80 each so £3.60 in total and I think they are the nicest artificial flowers I have seen. The pink tray underneath the vase I picked up in H&M home for £8.99 (no longer on the website I'm afraid). I like to style up it with coffee table books, a vase of flowers or candles. I'm forever moving stuff around for a change of scenery. 


The final item is this throw at the end of my bed. I picked up in the Marks and Spencer Outlet. I kept an eye on the price until it came down to £18.50 then spotted there wasn't many left so bought before it was gone. I have placed it at the end of bed to dress my bed but it also doubles up as a super cosy blanket. 


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2 comments:

  1. I can't even describe how much I enjoyed reading this one! So sincere and stylish. We also moved to our house and I'm applying the same tactic. Kisses!

    xx

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  2. That kettle is STUNNING! I love it! I love the lamp too, love the colour of both, they are so nice!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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