Ok, who does'nt need a gold pineapple moneybox? This cute decorative piece not only looks cool, it keeps your spare change safe. Available as a money box option, or as a ceramic poneapple container with lid.
We love these cute little LED fairy lights for adding atmoshphere to living spaces, indoors or out. The LED blubs are tiny and do not generate, heat which means they're not only cute, but can be used in creative ways to add a warm feeling to other décor items such as jars. They're also battery operated, which makes them safe and convenient for everyday use.
Cactus-inspired designs have been on-trend of late. This lovely gold cactus jewellery stand is not only a great way to store your jewellery, but it's also super-cute! And who knew, they could be usefully for hanging stuff on ;) Made of ceramic, with gold plating it's also high quality and built to last.
Home décor trends do share some things in common with fashion! Pineapples have been on-trend in home décor over the last couple of years. Who knows why.. Perhaps they remind us of a relaxed tropical lifestyle. But for what ever reason, decorative Pinepples do bring a lovely playful and relaxed glamour to modern living spaces. This one is ceramic, with gold plating.
The combination of black and smokey add interest and style to this modern vase. It looks great contrasted with vivid colours of flowers, or simply as a decorative piece. Small enough to fit in a bookshelf or niche.
Hand blown glass has a lovely artisanal look and feel. Add some vintage charm to your living space with this rustic hand made glass flagon. Beautiful as a vase for dried flowers or simply as a decorative piece to adorn a console, book shelf or side table.
Keep an eye on the time the old skool way with this decorative brass hour glass. We love brass as a colour and this is a lovely matt brass, so not too "brassy". It makes a stunning decorative piece for the bookshelf or mantle and yes, you could use it to keep an eye on your eggs too ;)
Eclectic style is all about marrying pieces of contrasting style in a complimentary way. Old with new, classic with quirky, East meets West, the possibilities are endless! Add some oriental style to your living space with this beautiful modern chinese butterfuly Urn. Beautiful as a decorative object or, lid-off as a vase. Available in 25cm or 35cm sizes - they look great in pairs!
We love the sharp contrast of yellow and black on this beautiful hand painted ceramic urn. The bright colour makes it a stylish addition to modern interiors where it can be used as a decorative item, vase or storage container.
A vibrant peacock creates a beautiful modern take on a traditional chinese urn. Great for adding some oriental flair and a burst of colour to living spaces. Beautiful as a decorative item or lid-off as a stuning vase.
We love the textural geometric pattern of this hand made ceramic urn. The simple white finish and raised pattern create a fantastic modern take on a traditional chinese urn. Great as a decorative item for bookshelves or console tables, or lid-off and it transforms into a beautiful vase.
We love the combination of the traditional shape with a modern finish of gold on this urn. Precious metals colours of gold and silver add elegance and sophistication to interiors. We prefer this as a decorative item on floor or console, but it can also be used as a vase. Available in either 37cm or 30cm sizes, they look even better as a pair.
Blue and white are a classic colour combinaton in chinese ceramics. This beautiful square shaped chinese urn is a more modern take on the tradional urn. It's makes a beautiful decorative item or vase. Available in 41cm or 27cm sizes, they also look great as a pair.
Copper is one of our favourite materials - we love its unique colour and lustre. And it's actually considered a semi-noble or noble metal, in the company of gold and silver. This beautiful hand made, artisan tea pot and kettle is great for daily use, or as a stunning decorative peice. As it's a hand made artisan product, small impefections and seal marks are part of the charm.
We love decorative items that are both beautiful and functional. This modern monochrome world globe with black chome cradle and base looks great on a bookshelf - it also comes in handy when you need some inspiration for your next holiday destination!
We love the retro feel that the colours of burnt orange, gold and black bring to this hand painted chinese ceramic urn. It makes a great decorative storage container or vase. Available in 31cm or 24cm sizes.
Let this cute companion watch over you from his perch on your bookself or side table. His quirky style suits an eclectic or nordic look. Made of a beautiful alabaster-like white ceramic, he also doubles as a handy storage container. Available in a large or medium size.
We love the combination of clean lines and a vintage style floral pattern on this ceramic container. It makes a very handsome storage container for kitchen or living room, or simply as a stuning decorative item. Available in blue and white or tea coloured and white glazed ceramic.
Add a bit of vintage style to your living space with this cute, hand made WW1 vintage toy bi-plane. Make of painted metal sheeting like old fashioned toys, it makes a quirky addition to a book shelf, or to the kids room.
Sometimes it's the little details that make the difference. So, you've moved in, or just completed your remodelling, and you have all the big pieces in place - floor furnishings, wall colour, furniture.. You're done, right? You'd be missing out on one of the best (and most fun!) ways to add style and personality. Collectively, decorative objects in your home say a lot about you and your personal style. These could be items collected from your travels, or just items that you've liked and bought over the years. The danger here is ending up with a clutter of random stuff, so curation is key. Regularly edit your collection and narrow it down to just the items you love, and ideally those that fit your decor style (don't worry - they often go hand in hand). Then arrange them in and around your home - there is no rule book for this, so don't be afraid to use your instinct and experiment. But if you are look for some advice, here is a great place to start.