Just over a week ago I attended a Blogger masterclass with Pinterest where the lovely London team gave us some insights into best practises when using the site, as well as sharing their top tips for creating fabulous boards. I came away from the workshop buzzing with ideas of boards I wanted to create, and of course one of the first boards I made was all about Copper homewares. I’ve spent a little while compiling a huge list of little home accessories which I would love to feature in my house, putting together a shopping list of my own as I went along!
I thought I’d share the more affordable things here on the blog, and hopefully you can help me decide which pieces to go for!
Copper Alphabet Letter from Oliver Bonas | Glass Tealight Holder from H&M | Copper Origami Pendant Light Shade from ASDA | Hurricane Lantern from Oliver Bonas | Mirrored Copper Tray by Oliver Bonas | Soap Dispenser by Marks & Spencer | Curved Lamp by Marks & Spencer |
The gorgeous lamp shade is from ASDA and it’s cheap as chips – I think this will make such a difference to my spare room, so simple but so striking. It’s so inexpensive that it doesn’t really matter if the copper trend doesn’t stick around – but I’m really hoping it does!
Some little accessories which I’m definitely going to splash out on are the Alphabet letter and Mirrored tray from Oliver Bonas. Every time I go into the store I leave with a humongous wishlist, and ambitions to turn my entire house into an Oliver Bonas showroom – but these two beauties will fit in easily.
I wasn’t expecting such a great selection from M&S but this soap dispenser is something that I can’t resist! It looks very luxurious and expensive – perfect to add a little glamour to the bathroom! The lamp is also from M&S, it’s a little more pricey but a fabulous addition to the home office.
The hurricane lantern and tea light holder are little additions which can easily be moved around the home or garden on special occcasions – and again, inexpensive but beautifully effective.
Overall, Oliver Bonas, H&M Home and Marks & Spencer are definitely the places to head for if you’re looking to inject some copper into your home! So let me know what you think, which of these pieces should I go for?!
For lots of Copper inspiration and other home inspo boards, you can check out my Pinterest here!