Home Decor Items
A collection of wall posters of old Marvel comic covers has been released by Dotty Frog Décor. The covers mark some of the most prominent moments in the Marvel comic story.
A stylish storage option can be difficult to come by but if you choose the right piece it can be a focal point of the room as well as a storage item. Trunks are a great option as both a decorative piece and functional home accessory because they can be used to store winter clothes, shoes or any number of things.
Wanderlust seems to be a trend in home décor this year with pieces from all over the globe making it into UK sitting rooms. The look requires items to be from many different locations and have an eclectic feel.
Feature lights in the dining room or lounge are becoming an essential item in contemporary homes. But not everyone has the money to order a designer light fixture with the necessary qualities to grab everyone’s attention.
National Chocolate Week kicks off today giving everyone an excuse to indulge. This celebration of all things cocoa related has put chocolate on our brain, so here are a few chocolate related vintage products for the home.
The 1920s is alive again with the release of the much anticipated film The Great Gatsby later this year. We love the 20s with its glitz, glamour and most of all the style so we have found some matching homewares.
Vodka is not usually the beginning of any good ideas but in this case it was the beginning. Designers from Evolution Photo Art have taken inspiration from a vodka advertisement to make these gorgeous personalised wall pieces.
Designers and all things the colour red are combining for the RED exhibition to be held during the London Design Festival. The exhibit is running from September 14 until September 23 at The Conran Shop to mark the showroom’s 25th anniversary in the Michelin Building.
It takes more than a few John Wayne films to be a true cowboy and every Wild West ranger needs a truly inspired home. For all of those cowboy wannabes we have the top homewares to make the inside of your city pad look like the middle of Texas.
Nothing says sleek, modern and eye-catching like Scandinavian designed homewares perfect for unisex style in an apartment or flat. One of UrbanPad.co.uk’s favourite Scandinavian design houses, Ferm Living, is set to release its new range in September.
Retro is all the rage in interior design at the moment, especially for young people decorating their new home or apartment. If you love retro furniture, prints and fabrics it is time to match your entire décor and embrace retro carpet.
Have you got a drawer full of tickets from amazing music festivals, gigs and theatre productions? Well they no longer have to sit unused in your home. Turn them into coasters.
A song about a little green frog comes to mind when looking at this fantastic frog cushion from Hunky Dory Home. UrbanPad.co.uk loves to bring you all things wild and wacky and this is one of our favourite finds to date.
Oriental design has been stripped of its ornate hand-painted decoration and given a bold new makeover with this line of furniture. This collection is from Orchid and features traditional pieces with metallic paint jobs.
Animal hide and prints are very on-trend in the home décor world at the moment. They bring colour, texture and a tribal theme to any room design. See our top pick for animal prints in the home.
It is all black cabs, citrus yellow and herringbone textures in home furnishings for the end of summer. At least according to B&Q which is launching its new range of home décor items in August.
Retro fabrics for retro cushions make for a striking addition to a sofa or bed. Company Alhambra Home and Garden creates Spanish homeware and gifts with a twist including some amazing cushions.
Romance and rats don’t generally go together but no one told that to designers at Minty Club. The romantic rat is a new piece for the home and a unique way to show someone you care.
There is a new interactive wall hanging which has caught our attention. The scratch map from Hunky Dory Home allows you to display all of the places you have visited.
A new range of limited edition table runners, bunting and place mats took centre stage at street parties on the weekend thanks to their glittery appeal. The collection pictured is called Mardi Gras and has a great mix of glitz and fun for any party.
London Olympics’ inspired homewares are sure to replace the recent Jubilee trend for home interiors. We have already spotted a range of Olympic-inspired prints that would be a stylish and personal way to mark the games.
What would you do if you had the universe in the palm of your hand? It seems this idea is not so fantasy based anymore with a new home product on the market, the EcoSphere.
The eighties were a time of bold colours, crazy prints, interesting music and the boom box. All of this has been encapsulated into a range of cushions for the home.
With temperatures reaching 30 degrees in the UK many residents are realising their curtains are not made to keep the heat out. Blackout curtains and blinds are a good investment for the summer months to keep the heat out and the cool in.
What better way to give homage to man’s best friend then lighting him up for the world to see. This is of course in a symbolic way with a dog lamp from The French Bedroom Company.