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One of my favourite past times in life is searching for interior inspiration and then creating new mood boards! Whether it’s on Instagram, Pinterest, or Tumblr – I can easily get lost in a rabbit hole of dreamy interiors for a good hour or two (and then some). With this in mind, I thought I’d share some of the homeware pieces on my current ‘lust list’… 

We have all been spending a lot more time at home this year, so naturally I’ve found myself zooming in on areas of the flat that need a little TLC, and generally just wanting to update my living area so that it feels as inviting (and practical) as possible!

The spare room is a space that I’ve really come to cherish over the past few months! It’s basically my wardrobe/beauty room and office all rolled into one. It has lots of mirrors and art on the walls as I really wanted it to be a place that I feel inspired by – somewhere I can plan new projects, organise outfits, and explore a little more of my personal taste. It’s home to various vintage coloured glass pieces I’ve collected, and lots of green and mustard tones that fill me with joy whenever I step inside… 

I’m currently a little obsessed with the Nordic textiles brand Projektityyny – I discovered their creations via the joys of Trouva and I haven’t stopped thinking about their cushions since. It’s seriously hard to choose between them all, but I think I’m edging towards one of their gingham designs!

Our main living room space is basically just a sea of plants and cushions with just enough room for a record player and a coffee table that houses lots of books. It’s a cosy but open space that I’m always wanting to switch up in small ways that don’t cost too much! We are renting this flat whilst saving for a house, so I’m always conscious that anything I invest in will ideally slot into a new place with ease. If I get bored from season to season – candles, cushions, and vases with fresh or dried flowers are a few ways to freshen up whilst being easy on the bank balance. Lighting also makes a huge difference to how a space feels, and is definitely something that’s in high priority for me when I live somewhere as gloomy as Manchester. I’m currently smitten with this Anthropologie pleated floor lamp that I think would be beautiful to replace the more minimal black one that currently lives by our sofa. I’m a bit obsessed with pleated lamp shades!

For more homeware pieces you can visit the ‘For the Home’ section of my blog shop here! (I update it weekly)

Photographs taken on an Olympus MJU II 

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