Oh honey, last time I was at her house, honey! I thought I was in a show home honey!

As the year draws to a close, New Year’s festivities are on our minds. Where are we headed, what are we wearing and the hope that our New Year’s pictures will come out better than last year’s. Every good picture needs a good backdrop and for those who would rather host than head out, we have sourced some exquisite items to spruce up your home for that momentous night and the year to come!  From cosy country to cool contemporary we’ve got you covered. 


Chic Industrial :

Inspired by the warehouses of East London and the lofts of Manhattan’s Meatpacking district, the desire for a touch of Industrial charm shows no sign of waning. With designers creating pieces that mean you can add the right touches to your living space without going all out brutalist, achieving an industrial chic look is easier than ever . Industrial doesn’t have to mean cold and stark. These pieces are perfect if you want to add a touch of utilitarian chic to your home.

Clockwise from left to right: candle, £55 by Tom Dixon; armchair, £699 by Lyon Beton; concrete table lamp, £75 by Amara; vase, £36 by Linda Bloomfield; throw, £42 by Amara


Cool Contemporary:

Update any room in your home for a fresh and modern look with these chic pieces. These items work particularly well in city apartments and compliment almost all colour schemes.


Clockwise from left to right: cutlery set, £197 by Cutipol; cushion, £30 by Science Museum Shop; decanter set, £130 by Tom Dixon; room fragrance spray, £18.50 by R & Co; wall clock, £250 by Menu; candle, £65 by The Chapel

Cosy Country:

At this time of year who doesn’t love a cosy afternoon with a good book and a blanket? Inspired by boutique hotels in the Cotswolds we have selected these items to keep your home looking cosy and stylish. 

Clockwise from left to right: biscuits, £25 by Crabtree & Evelyn; carry along blanket, £125 by Pendleton; Tibetan sheepskin rug, £137.50 by amara; candle, £75 by Prosody; armchair, £1,764 by Desigual





words Elliott Carl Worth