Home Furnishings | Wishlist

I  love looking for furnishings for our home (I’m a bit of a Pinterest addict) and if money was no object I would constantly be buying things for our home. New pictures and frames, cushions and throws, shelving and sideboards… Maybe I have missed a calling as an interior designer? haha.

Having recently come across Trade Furniture I have had a peruse and had a look at a few of their gorgeous pieces that I would love to one day get. They have a really large selection of products, including some cool upcycled retro pieces and of course classic dining sets and living room furniture. The company specialise in 100% solid wood – no mdf, ply or veneers in sight – definitely my kind of furniture!

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  1. Chrome Tripod Lamp £399

So gorgeous. I have seen these kind of lamps in several blogger’s mood boards and Instagram pictures and have fallen in love! I think, stood in the corner of a room, would just look amazing and just add instant cool. A definite conversation piece too.

2. Small Retro Coffee Table £199

We really do need a coffee table in our living room. There is just no ‘go-to’ place for those little things that end up in the room. They either end up on the floor or cluttering on the top of the piano (which is a pet hate of mine)! I like the cool shape of this one, the style of the legs and that there is a door on it so some things can just be put in and hidden away. No self-assembly required either – perfect.

3. Light Vintage Storage Boxes £99

How cute are these? The little wheels amke them really unique looking and let’s face it, a heck of a lot better looking that plastic storage. I would use these in my son’s room to sort toys and they would add a lovely feature to the room too. I love that you could label what is in each box with chalk too – I think looks really chic.

4. Rustic Wall Clock £84

Basically, why not? We only have one wall clock in our whole house so we are in need of another. This would be perfect in the master bedroom (we have quite a lot of wall space to fill in there) and the colours of the clock would go really well. The added bonus that it is wooden, really adds to make a sturdy, good looking addition on the wall.

What are your favourite pieces here? Let me know in the comments!

Rebecca x

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