During the Black Friday and Cyber Monday period you can enjoy great discounts on various home decor items. Below you can find some of the best deals. The perfect time for doing your holiday gift shopping! The lovely products featured in the image above are all from Furbish Studio. The items in the photo below are all from Lulu & Georgia.
World Market: 10% discount + free shipping (on orders above 100$) with code SAVEBIG10 until 30 November + save 50% on many products. Kelly Wearstler: 20-30% discount until 30 November with code KWBLACKFRIDAY and 20% discount on 1 December with code KWMONDAY. Fine Stationery: 10-20% discount until 30 November with code BLKFRIDAY and with code CYBRMONDAY on 1 December. Lulu & Georgia: 20% discount on orders above 250$ with code PUMPKINPIE20, 25% discount on all orders above 500$ with code PUMPKINPIE25 and 30% discount on all orders above 1000$ with code PUMPKINPIE30. Furbish Studio: 20% discount on all orders above 75$ with code HOLLADAY on 1 December.
It is Black Friday an in several posts I will let know of the best deals! We start with some beautiful home textiles by Brooklyn designer and artist Rebecca Atwood. With promotion code 2014CYBERMONDAY25 you will receive a 25% discount on your purchases. This code is valid between 26 November and 1 December. Rebecca’s original collection of home textiles focuses on the artistic process. Blending traditional textile techniques and hand painting, she creates products that are both simple and luxurious. Behind each design is a story drawn from her collection of family heirlooms, textures found in nature, vintage patterns discovered at the flea market, inspired color combinations from world travels or a composition from her sketchbook. These experiences and collections are layered together to inspire pieces that are thoughtfully crafted and casually elegant.
With code CELEBRATE you now get a 20% discount on all your purchases from Le Souk! This offer is only valid from today until 1st December (during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday period) and until stock lasts. Le Souk offers a beautiful collection of unique and handmade items for you and your home. Below you can get an impression of products available. The cute lanterns in the image above are made of recycled confiture jars and they give beautiful lights. Happy shopping!
This inviting home is set along the scenic, meandering Helshoogte Mountain Pass that connects Stellenbosch and Franschhoek in South Africa. The owners Marli Lyon and Tino Nieuwoudt have a varied collection of furniture and art – much of which is by friends and Marli’s contemporaries on the art scene – which range from second-hand finds to new pieces. Where they have bought new, they’ve stuck to one rule: to buy from up-and-coming local designers only. From the outside, the two-bedroom, double-storey house appear modest in size but on the inside it’s surprisingly spacious. I love the brick wall in the kitchen / dining area which gives the space an industrial touch.
My Deer Art Shop, was founded by Dutch art director/interior designer Maaike Koster. Maaike has brought a sublime limited collection of typographic prints and art together for My Deer’s online Art Shop. Most prints consist of hand drawn letters and personal quotes and words. The attention paid to detail resonates through the whole collection. My Deer Art Shop only uses the finest papers and high quality materials. All the prints are limited edition, signed with handwritten numbering and printed on 250 g. fine art photo paper.
This beautiful family home is located on Amagar in Denmark. Amagar is an island and connected to the much larger island of Zealand by five bridges. The Danish capital Copenhagen is partly situated on Amager. The owners are originally from Iceland. Their origin is reflected in their home by the use of materials such as raw stone, wood, snow-white walls, wool, sheep skins and organic shapes. The high ceilings and the white painted walls create a airy and light atmosphere. The decor is a unique mix of design classics, IKEA furniture, some beautiful art pieces and items collected from their travels.
Casalinga was launched by ceramicist and industrial designer Trine Weng in 2008 and has since become an established brand in modern Danish design. The collection is driven and characterised by equal parts of functionalism, storytelling and quality. The apparent clash of contrasts, where nostalgia meets a modern Scandinavian design approach, is not an obstacle but a path to innovation that benefits the consumer in the form of new exciting and functional products. The Casalinga collection consists of harmonious hand-made porcelain vases, bowls, candlesticks, coat hooks, tableware for children, and jewellery.