I’ve been trawling the net so you don’t have to go finding some drool-worthy interior design products at some January sale bargain prices.
Oh how I wish my house sale had gone through by now (doesn’t it just take FOREVER!) and I could get busy piling up my virtual cart with some great bargains that are out in the January sales right now. I usually have mixed feelings about shopping after the Christmas binge (bit guility at my ability to consume) and I for one cannot abide sale shopping. I find it so depressing when all the shops look so disheveled and the poor shop assistants even more so.
But the internet stays shining and alluring all year round. So after a super wise friend of mine said to me this morning, that purchasing is ok if its a celebration rather than a compensation it really got me thinking. My home is gorgeous as it is (warm, dry, full of the people I love) so shopping for me is no compensation. But I do love to celebrate all the design talent out there which is why I love to shop. And I Luuuuuurve to shop online, so super convenient, and accessible. And as my wise friend also said, It’s good to shop- it keeps the energy flowing. As if you lot need any more convincing!
So for your delectation I’ve been having a little peruse this afternoon, and have found my fave eight (Ok there were loads more than that but I couldn’t fit them all on the page) interior design products and fave eight fashion items that I think are a bit of a steal and digging my style groove. Enjoy…and celebrate don’t compensate!
An impactful and graphic rug is a great way to update a room scheme. It can update a tatty carpet or help bring a new scheme together. Debenhams multi coloured rug 120 x 170cm , £84, Debenhams. (30% off)
I’m aways banging on about how light fittings should be hung low and the bigger the better. Well this one fits the bill on both counts. Multishade light fitting, a great interior design product £49.50, Angel at my table. (was £165)
Replacing cupboard knobs on existing furniture is a cheap and cheerful way to update. Dice door knobs, £1.05 each, Graham and Green. (was £3.50)
I think every interior design scheme should have something a little witty and irreverent. And these bizarre gold bins make me smile! Decorative ceramic binoculars, £4.50, John Lewis. (was £15)
Oh how I love this bold rubber plant print. And the huge discount is giving me palpitations! Tarrovine ‘Geffrye’ chair, £975, House of Hackney (was £2295)
Sequins, rainbow colours, modern geometric. Whats not to love? Jonathan Adler Nico Fractal cushion, £71.55, Amara (was £238.50)
It’s important to invest in items with soul and hand blown glass is just that. Beautiful. Madras small rose hand-blown tumbler, £26.26, The Conran Shop (was £35)
This has to be my BEST BUY. Super design, team it with a bright drum shade, also on sale at high street fave M&S. Tonga spotted table lamp base, £22.50, Marks and Spencer. (was £49.50)
In my rule book a touch of monochrome always smartens up your home and your wardrobe. And who doesn’t love a pussy bow! Inigo bow front blouse, £82.50, House of Hackney. (was £165)
I love big and bold jewellery to lift an outfit from drab to fab! Toucan porcelain ring, £48.76, The Conran Shop. (was £65)
Heart melting graphic design and love the colour palette. Walking stick umbrella U1, £71.26, The Conran Shop. (was £95)
This style tunic dress I find so wearable, worn alone in summer or over a thin knit and skinny’s. Revolution Floral red dress, £70, Age of Reason. (was £289)
Trust me, its all about culottes this S/S. And in denim they go with everything. Dark blue was denim culottes, £15, River Island. (was £38)
Avida Dollars sunglasses in tangerine, £75, Nola. (was £230)
These guys always make to die for ear gear, I’ve got hundreds of pairs. Waterfall Brulee earrings, £44, J Crew. (was £88)
I always need more leopard print. Always. Beatrice leopard print heels, £74, Boden. (was £119)
Please note that the items listed in this post are on sale as of the 06/01/16 and so I can’t vouch for how long they will be at these prices or available. Grab them while you can!