These are a few of my favourite things!

Top of the pops!

I am loving Habitat’s new product range. It’s full of colour and fun and reminds me of a bag of skittles! I was so sad when Habitat closed many of their shops as I have always loved their products. I always go to the Tottenham Court Road store when I’m in London, as nothing beats seeing their products on a shop floor! Here are a few things that have caught my eye…

I love the Kilo range of tables. They are simple and have a distinctly Scandinavian feel to them. I have quite a few of them dotted around at home. They’re great for piles of books, a little bar or for use as an occasional table.

I was also pleased to see another run of Tam Tam stools in a selection of new colours. They are so handy to have around the house. I have one in the bathroom and also use them as bedside tables. They can also double up as extra seats for parties and can be used outdoors too.

tam tam

The Wicker magazine rack is a beauty! I love the 1970s feel to it and the pop of colour really makes it stand out. The rack also has a fantastic lacquer finish. It’s great for storing all of those magazines that end up lying around the living room.

mag rackjpg

The Freda range of ceramics and kitchenware has a lovely vintage-inspired, illustrative design of leaves and flowers. The tea towel set is worth a look too.

freda jar

Last but not least are the new additions to the brilliant Hester range. These versatile, stacking side tables are a great little space saver and have a handle at one side so that you can move them around your home with ease.


Check out the entire Habitat range

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