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It’s the little things Posted On 10 September 2018

You only need to make little changes to make a big difference to the look and feel of your home. Add quirky items and mementos to create something unique – without costing the earth

 

Dog Tail Coat Hooks

If your pooch is your best friend then pay homage with these cute cast iron and slate dog tails storage hooks. Perfect in helping to prevent coats, bags and dog leads going walkies!

£11.00

www.aplaceforeverything.co.uk

 

Apex Wood Grain Wallpaper

A contemporary wallpaper design featuring an all over geometric pattern, with wood grain effect detailing. Shown here in the oak colourway. Other colourways are available.

£14.50

www.homebase.co.uk

 

Asiatic Harlequin Spacedust Rug

Don’t forget your floor space! Instantly add a splash of colour by introducing a rug featuring innovative designs and colour tones. This Spacedust handtufted rug has a thick dense pile that is hard-wearing and non-shedding. Available in a variety of sizes and can also be made to order in any size.

Starting from £99

www.rugsdirect.co.uk

 

Cinema Ticket Door Mat

Create a talking point as soon as your visitors step into your home. This cinema ticket door mat is unique and useful.

£19.99

www.stumbleandloaf.co.uk

 

Prosecco Doorstop – This home runs on Love, Laughter and Prosecco!

What better way to pay tribute to the rise in popularity of Prosecco than with your very own Prosecco bottle shaped, weighted doorstop. Approx. 32cm high.

£14.00

www.amazon.co.uk

 

Wilko Chunky Knit Throw Pom Pom – Mustard

It doesn’t need to cost the earth to make an impact. This Chunky Knit Throw in on-trend mustard colourway and featuring fun pom poms, is great value. Drape it over your sofa or chair to add an instant splash of colour.

£25.00

www.wilko.com

 

Metal Industrial Mirror

The perfect way to create the illusion of more space? Hang up a mirror! Not only that, adding a feature mirror to a room will create a lighter, brighter and more authentic feel. The black paint and aged finish gives it an on-trend upcycled look. Dimensions: H72 x W106 x D3cm.

£161.00

www.maisonsdumonde.com

 

Bronx Ladder Shelf

Available in rustic oak and light oak effect, this quirky storage shelf is ideal as a central feature and gives any room the wow factor. H180 x W53 x D38cm.Self-assembly required.

£175

www.next.co.uk

 

Antique Stag’s Head Statue

If you’re looking to make a change to the look of a room without splashing the cash, then this antique design stag’s head is just the thing to create a comfortable living atmosphere and sense of well-being. Dimensions: H85 x W61 x D34cm.

£54.99 Half Price!

www.wayfair.co.uk

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