I do love seeking out independent brands and supporting them at this time of the year. My criteria is that they have to be pieces that I would actively seek out myself and buy.
I chose “Smile” because it’s a reminder to be happy for all that is good in our lives.
Isn’t it gorgeous and so striking? I love its minty green blue colour.
When I found out that you could get pink lockers at Rose and Grey interiors, I was over the moon.
Doesn’t that pink just fit so well with all the pastel hues in my study?
There’s a rail to hang clothes and lots of shelving for storage inside too.
All their beautiful earthenware are made in Portugal.
I love the simplicity of the pieces, with their beautiful curvy contours, circular shapes and monochromatic hues.
The pieces reminded me of the pop art era that inspired the Memphis trend.
My pink jug and purple bowl are both from raawii’s Strøm collection.Now for a few finishing touches, a lovely Creative planner from Doodlemoo to plan out my work, sits nicely in my yellow shelf.
That super cool lips mirror on the wall is also from Doodlemoo.
I think I can sit here quite happily, browsing my new books.
On my desk currently is Rockett St. George’s latest book ‘Extraordinary interiors in colour‘ which is an inspirational book on colourful homes and decor, influenced by their experiences from travel, eating out and love of vintage design. This would make an amazing Christmas gift.
If you love the great outdoors and living amongst nature, with an aspiration to build your own cabin, then Cabin Porn is a great resource. I’ve been dreaming of how my cabin would look like since I read this book.So, what do you think of these potential Christmas gifts from Independent brands?
Hope they have given you some inspiration for decor too.
Have a lovely day all.
( All photography and styling are my own. Many of the mentioned brand products are gifts).