Homeware: The Kitchen Wishlist

1st October 2014




Chairs – Next | Dining Table – Tesco | Kettle & Toaster – Argos | Mug Set – Tesco | Cutlery Set – Next | ‘Utensils’ Holder – Marks & Spencer | ‘Bon Bon’ Jars – Notonthehighstreet | Dinner Set – Tesco

I would LOVE the feature bits from Zara Home and H&M home, but right now, I’m just not feeling as ‘inspired’ to do that? I’m no interior designer, in fact, I just throw what I think looks cute together; which is what I’ve pretty much done here. I said in my previous post that I struggled to put the collage together and it happened again here? I think I’m focusing on trying to make it as perfect as possible when in actual fact I should be saying f*ck it, just go with the flow Tami!

My colour scheme for my kitchen would pretty much be very neutral… It’s classic and simple and I love it. I’m extremely lucky in the way that my boyfriend is as easy going as they come and will pretty much let me go wild with what we would do with our future home. Of  course, in saying that, I do have to remember that I’ll be living with a BOYYY (que Monica creyz), which is exactly why I haven’t gone girl crazy with floral and all pastel – there’s obviously absolutely nothing wrong with that, in fact it’s super cute… I’m just not stylish enough to pull it off!!

I already have a few of these pieces (toaster, cutlery, dinner set) because I just couldn’t help myself. Pinterest is totally helping me when it comes to getting bits for the house and I just keep seeing things I like, and as it’s gradual I don’t see the harm!? (:

It’s super important to break colour, which is why I went for ‘duck egg blue’ in the dinner set. I saw a beautiful set at M&S, but it was £49.50, which I was willing to pay, but the cream/grey was becoming tedious and this was the perfect shade to break it all up.

What do you think? Have you seen any lovely kitchen bits you think I’d love!?

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  • love this! all the neutrals and a touch of colour is just perfect


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  • You are dangerous for my homeware-buying addiction! I’d love to be able to pull off a Cath Kidston-esque kitchen, but I just feel like I’d get bored of it eventually and go back to neutral colours anyway, so all the bits I’ve been picking up recently aren’t too wild!
    John Lewis have some really lovely home bits at the moment so worth checking out! Even if its just for a bit of inspiration (£60 for a bread bin is a bit excessive haha).. xx