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Emily Beeson
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A playful mish-mash of vintage finds and ironic ‘bad taste’ objects, kitsch embraces bright colours and retro silhouettes. Certainly an acquired taste, when done right kitsch can be a real crowd pleaser. 


This eclectic trend is the definition of maximalism and is certainly not for the faint of heart.  
You can dial up the look as much as you like for maximum impact or simply dedicate a corner of your home. Whatever your choice, it’s worth bearing these three golden rules in mind…   

Mix and match  

This goes for everything – colours, styles, patterns and eras. Don’t be afraid to pepper a vintage sofa with bright modern cushions or mix up your artworks.   

Cluster objects  

Your kitschy items will be far more impactful when grouped together. This way, your ornaments, artworks and furniture will play off each other far better and work much harder.   

Be personal   

Pick out items that make you happy, represent you or evoke memories. The beauty of kitsch is that it’s a totally celebratory décor trend and the perfect opportunity to showcase your creative side.   

Want to try the trend in your home? Browse and shop the edit below for our team’s favourite kitsch-perfect pieces…  

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Emily Beeson
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There are few greater pleasures than entertaining friends and family over a home-cooked meal – or a takeaway, if that’s your jam. The warm fuzzy feeling that comes with hosting the perfect dinner party is a hard one to beat, especially when your décor’s on point…   


Creating the ideal ambience for a meal with your favourite people is easy, if you stick to a few simple design rules.   

Colour scheme

Pick a fresh colour scheme like green and pink or white and navy and throw in metallic accents for an easy yet luxe look to rival the top tables of Pinterest.   

Eclectic vibes

Accessorise the table with colourful napkins, ornaments, place card holders and unique glasses. Mix and match your flatware and invest in cool pieces like cutlery in brassy tones or tinted glasses. Turn your table into the main event and have fun with it.   

Add foliage 

Fresh flowers, succulents, sprigs of eucalyptus – greenery makes everything look better and makes for gorgeous table setting options. Experiment with seasonal plants and flowers for the perfect summer and autumn-inspired aesthetic and garnish your drinks with fresh herbs for a fresh twist on the botanical décor trend.   

Light it up  

Create a chilled atmosphere with candles and twinkling lights. Opt for a mix of chic candelabras and chunky scented candles for the perfect ambience indoors or al fresco.   

Want to style up your dining table? Shop our edit of design-led essentials below…   

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Emily Beeson
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Blush pink – also lovingly referred to as ‘millenial pink’ – is still dominating the world of style and interiors. In fact, since Rose Quartz was named Pantone’s Color of the Year back in 2016, the pale pink boom has almost gotten out of control…  


We looked to our panel of interiors experts for a few tips on how to work the trend in your home. After all, pink is a bold tone and you want your space to be looking more Palm Springs chic than Barbie Dream House.  

Accent tones

Mixing pink tones with other neutral colors like white and gray is a great way to give a room depth and lend it a little warmth. Try two different shades of pale pink for your doors or the back of your shelves to offset your primary wall color.   

Statement pink

A statement piece like a pink couch or armchair is a great way to incorporate dusty rose tones. Think big and opt for a large rug or statement drapes. Just be sure to contrast the rest of your furniture for a chic color clash.   

Accessories

You’d be surprised at just how easy it is to infuse a space with a new tone by using simple accessories. Update your artwork, linen, flatware and ornaments like ceramics and candles to include hints of pink in pale dreamy shades. Pink flowers in a vase always works wonders for any room in the house too.   

Want to transform your space? Shop our pink home edit below…    

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Cool, stylish and androgynous, there is a reason why these shoes are a staple for office looks. Depending on how informal your work environment is, you can play with ornaments and colours, but a simple version of black leather will never go out of fashion.Credits: Pinterest

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This will be the protagonist piece that your look needs, replacing striking necklaces and entertaining bracelets. If you do not like the options with ornaments or metal, try one with double buckle.Credits: Pinterest.

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Felicia Pennant
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Don’t worry if you haven’t put your Christmas tree up yet. There’s still around three weeks before the big day and after the first winter snow flurry a few days ago, this weekend kind of seems like the perfect time. You’ll need somewhere to put the gifts you’re due to give and receive and these trees do add a festive flourish to your home or desk. 


Christmas trees themselves are a surprisingly divisive subject. Some swear by real trees, while others can think of nothing worse than sweeping up needles until early January. And do you go for natural-looking green or a colour that can be matched and clashed with your interiors? Decorating can be a fun group activity, if you can bear to share creative control, and the ornaments range from ultra-stylish to sentimental. Edible shapes can be plucked straight off the branches.

Browse through the images above for inspiration and shop our expert edit below! 

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Amanda P
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Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! What ornaments do you love placing on your tree?


Whatever your xmas tree taste, there's an edit for you- from novelty to classic, there's no way anyone could be a grinch 

From tinsel garlands to lights to ornaments to toppers, find the most beautiful pieces below and glam out your tree. Happy shopping...

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Chloe Laws
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It's almost November, and we're all left feeling rather confused about where Summer has gone. That being said, we love Autumn and the colour palettes that come with it. 


Our tropical prints and pineapple ornaments are beginning to look out of place now, which means our homes are in need of a transition into AW. Shop these easy pieces for an instant home decor update...

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Ojas Kolvankar
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Just as much as us Prisma pictures have flooded our Instagram feeds and if you haven't already tried, this brand new obsession is the latest photo editing app everyone seems to be totally hooked onto! 


This quintessential app transforms your ordinary pictures into works of art using the styles of famous artists like Van Gogh, Picasso and Levitan, as well as some of the world's famous ornaments and patterns. Exciting? Not until you try it out for yourself. 

Our fav Bollywood stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Arjun Kapoor, Varun Dhavan, Siddharth Malhotra, Sonakshi Sinha, Anushka Sharma and IIeana D'Cruz have all been going crazy for Prisma apart from the likes of you and me. 

Infact, our darling Alia Bhatt announced the name of her next film 'Dear Zindagi' with a Prisma picture on Instagram couple of weeks back. We are totes loving this B-town's all new Prisma obsession. 

Flip through the gallery and tell us which celeb do you think totally rocked it?

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Home is where the heart is, so it's important to create a space you love and feel comfortable in. Whether you're looking to invest in some key pieces of furniture, or update your home with decorative ornaments, then this Edit is for you. We've collated the best homeware pieces that the UK has to offer. Add new lighting to transform a room, or hang wall prints to update your study, the possibilities are endless... 


Customising your home is a must, whether your taste is modern-scandi, traditional, bohemian-chic or eclectic, there's something in this guide for everyone!

Shop our ultimate homeware haul below...

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Laura Roberts
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You've decided on your colour scheme, your new furniture is on back order and now your room revamp just needs one or two finishing touches to bring it bang up to date.


Which is where we come in with our edit below! Full of thoughtful touches, which make your house more homely, you'll find everything from scented candles and cushions, to beautiful ornaments and artwork. Shop now!

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So you’ve somehow managed to fit a giant fir tree through your front door, gently littering your hallway with its pine-y goodness. And, after hours of dragging it back and forth across your sitting room, you’ve finally found it the perfect corner: central enough to catch your eye as soon as you walk in, but just enough out of the way so you don’t get attacked by its branches as you walk past. 


Now for the easy part, right? However, decorating your Christmas tree can quickly become overwhelming (and we’re not just talking about untangling last year’s Christmas lights!). We’ve come up with five simple rules on how to decorate your Christmas tree without the added stress.

1. Decide on a colour scheme. Start off with a colour scheme in mind and buy ornaments, garlands and lights to match. This way, whatever you do, everything looks co-ordinated. Great combinations include: white and blue, red and gold, white and green, and red, white and green. 

2. Choose lights that match the colour of your tree. Tree lights typically come in white or green strands, making it easy to match to your tree so that the lights, and not the strands, are what catches your eye. Start at the base of the trunk and work your way up for best results. 

3. Use assorted garlands within your colour scheme. Picking garlands of different widths gives interest and variety to your tree. As well as tinsel, you can also use ribbons, hand-made signs, beads and homemade strings of trinkets such as tiny boxes and colourful balls. 

4. Start with your favourite or most sentimental Christmas ornaments. Then, move on the largest ornaments, dotting them evenly around the tree, and work your way down in size as you fill in the spaces.

5. Invite family and friends to help. Perhaps the best part of Christmas is having your friends and family around you. Getting everyone involved might not result in a perfectly decorated Christmas tree, but follow the rules above and you might just get the best of both worlds.

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