Lust list

Just briefly dropping in today to really annoy you by tempting you with these beautiful homewares, some of which may inspire you or give you ideas for updates to your own home (or just run out and buy them!)…

Lust list | Apartment Apothecary

1. Natural baskets, Bodie and Fou 2. Rosa stool, Tea and Kate 3. Mistral sofa, Heals 4. Pentland jug, Sparrow and Co. 5 Handmade wild cherry spoon, The Future Kept 6. Handmade House of Rym tiles, Tea and Kate 7. Ferm Living Kelim rug, Smug 8. Lenneke Wispelway ceramics, Smug

First and foremost, I am DESPERATE for a new sofa as my beautiful ticking stripe sofa has been completely ruined by our dog – I want a new sofa and a new ‘no dog on the sofa’ rule. I spotted this particular sofa in Lisa Levis’s home when we shot there a couple of years ago (see the full home tour here) and I would love this grey version.

I’m feeling quite obsessed with handmade ceramics at the moment, which can add lovely touches of character to any surface in your home. Look at those Lenneke Wispelway cups – oh, to have myself a collection of those! I love the matching colour of the Rosa stool and stools are so useful to have around the home for reaching high shelves, cupboards or taking photographs, in a blogger’s case. Other handmade items that I’m lusting after are spoons – I want all the spoons! These gorgeous wooden spoons will basically last forever and they feel amazing (my sister bought our friend a couple for her birthday).

I’ve also included the baskets that I have in our home office and hallway (so useful!) as I always want more of them for every room in the house and every time I post a pic of them on Instagram I always get asked where they are from, so here you go.

Lastly, that Kilim rug – I love the colour combination, the price and the designs. I’m thinking it may look rather good in my home office

Got any favourites?

Katy x

 

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  1. Abi | These Four Walls blog 16th February 2015 / 10:43 am

    I love the jug and the basket – both a lovely blend of contemporary shapes and rustic textures. A lovely selection of products!

    • Katy 16th February 2015 / 6:47 pm

      Me too, Abi – the textures can add so much to a room. Glad you like the selection x

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