Brand new – Refresh your home with some new Home Accessories from our new collection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new season is upon us and so it is the perfect time to add some new accessories to your home. For this collection we’ve been inspired by Hamptons style living, minimalistic colours schemes of whites and blues styled alongside our weathered oak furniture.

 As always you can be assured that these items have been hand-picked just for you.

We hope you’ll love then as much as we do and be inspired to create the unique and stylish home you’ve always dreamed of.

 

 

Our new Coral Bookends are a charming addition to any desk or bookshelf whether displayed alone, or used as a functional set of book ends.

 

Our nickel-plated urn is perfect used as a Champagne cooler due to its stainless steel interior. Its shape allows plenty of space for a bottle and ice to keep drinks at the perfect temperature, perfect for your Mother’s Day lunch.

 

 

Our decorative faux Rosemary is durable and attractive and looks fabulous placed on a dining table as decoration, or displayed on one of our mirrored trays alongside some candles.

 

 

 

Our beautifully rustic rectangle rattan placemats are hand made from water hyacinth and woven together to form a chunky and hard-wearing pattern. This placemats perfectly complement our new plate and napkin set.

 

 

Our double sided coastal style cushion features an unusual design, perfect for introducing some bold colour into your interior scheme. 

 

 

The large Madison lamp has a black rustic antique painted wooden base and a simple light grey shade and is perfect used as a bedside lamp, or on a console table in a hallway displayed with our large rustic mirror.

 

 

Our magnificent faux Coral looks perfect placed on top of coffee table books in a living room, or just as effective used in a bathroom to add some coastal decoration.

 

Shopr our entire collection here:

https://www.laresidenceinteriors.co.uk/collections/new-accessories

March 20, 2017 by Sarah Cook
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