Sunday Style 10/ Tanworth Lane
Embracing the character, comfort and style of your home makes for a more mindfulness living. People are being more thoughtful about the pieces and materials they use in their homes.
A mixture of old and new is a timeless trend that suits any home, no matter what theme or taste in style, and Tanworth Lane does exactly that. We have included our favourite local, independent stores who know the stories behind these lovely homeware items, so you can share these with friends. A home has it’s provenance but these additions can make it feel like they’ve been there forever. We obviously love these beautiful pieces, and paired with repurposed and found objects you can create your personalised space full of present experiences and happy memories.
Tanworth Lane effortlessly blends a modern interpretation of traditional looking pieces and great design.
All white everything will always have its place, but adding patterns or an accent colour through furnishings, is really coming into effect. We’ve chosen these deep greens, apricot-orange, pastels as they look spectacular on everything from a couch to wall art…and we’re hoping for summer soon!
We enjoy celebrating people and their passions, and some of these lovely lot are local to Solihull (which is where this home is located) so you can steal the style and make it your own. Ideas, imagination and endless possibilities – we hope you get inspired to go out and explore homeware stores! These are a great place to start. Without further ado…
1 & 5/ Faux Stems by Hudson Home | Price varies
2/ Ice Chandelier by RUME | £109
3/ Pink Cockatoo Poster by Liv’s | £22.50
4/ Enamel Jug by Lisa Valentine | £15
6/ Peony Cushion by Liv’s | £46
7/ Hurricane Candle Holder by Hudson Home | £45
8/ Hugo Sofa by Treadwells | £134