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Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Spring Homeware Haul


I decided it was high time I added a few more homeware bits to my room as a fresh update ready for Spring (FYI, I'm going to be talking about Spring a lot this week, so excited!). The lovely people at Ocean Finance asked me to pick up a few new pieces that, I'm not going to lie, I'd been eyeing up for a while, so take a look at some of the bits I picked up…

T H E   C O L O U R F U L   P O U F F E

This pouffe or foot stool, depending on what you want to call it, I actually spotted when I was just randomly Googling one day, and I'm so glad it popped up! I had wanted one for a while and after looking a bit more in shops etc but seeing that they were actually considerably more expensive I decided to order this one and hey presto! it was ready to be collected in store – and it was only £25! I think it was the bright colours and pompoms that attracted me to this design of pouffe, I wanted to brighten up my room a little bit and as I'm moving soon (more on that as soon as I can post) I wanted to bring something fun with me.


F R E S H   C A N D L E S   &   P R E T T Y   M U G S

I'm not one to spend a lot of money on candles and I find Primark is one of the best places to get super strong smelling candles for a bargain price! This seasalt one just smells amazingly fresh and, as the label would suggest, like spending a day at the beach – it's also lasting me really well. The mug from Not Shabby Very Chic I decided to get when I spotted it on their Instagram, I had worked with the brand before so knew I would be getting a great product and at a good price. Obviously, calligraphy and cute mug designs sort of go hand in hand nowadays in the blogging world but as with candles I don't overly see the point of spending a lot on mugs so this one was perfect for me.


F A I R Y   L I G H T S   U P D A T E

Who doesn't love fairy lights? I had recently gotten rid of my previous Primark fairy lights so decided to pop into the High Street store again to pick up some for the new season! I love the print of these, paisley and blue go hand in hand in my opinion and these are great if you have an all white room, or even just a one colour room to add a little something extra.


T E R R A R I U M   T I M E

And last but not least was something I created myself – what's a homeware haul without a terrarium anyway? Most people (let's be honest mainly bloggers) add cactus or succulent to terrariums but I wanted to do something different as I already have my cactus terrarium as you may have already seen here and added some more Primark candles instead. I may have also stolen some of my dad's stones out of the garden and put the candles in at different levels to add a little more interest and depth.

What did you think of my little haul and what are you looking to pick up for Spring? Let me know!

Pouffe ASDA | Seasalt candle Primark | Mug Not Shabby Very Chic | Paisley fairy lights Primark | Terrarium TKMaxx | Three candles Primark all bought with money from Ocean Finance

12 comments:

  1. Love that colorfull pouffe! Nice items!

    Xx Annora / 1310bynora.com

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    1. Thanks, the pouffe is my fave part of the haul xx

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  2. That candle holder is so cute!!! Xx
    www.tashpantz.com

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  3. Love what you did with the terrarium! I just potted mine with a cactus but I like the idea of using it for something a bit unconventional :)

    Leela
    http://herfashionmemoir.com

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    1. I've changed this one into a cactus terrarium now, might keep changing it up now xx

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  4. That terrarium is my absolute favourite, so different to the typical plants. I also bet it would make for a super romantic or super chill room if you had a couple doted around the room!
    Debi x
    http://gingey-snaps.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Adore the pouffe! I've been after one similar for ages, may have to treat myself. Love your picks and your style! x

    ellie etc | a personal style & lifestyle blog

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    1. Thanks Ellie, definitely worth a trip to ASDA (online though) for this one xx

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