Interior Accessories Shopping Edit: 50 Under £150

Spoiler: there aren’t 50 items, there are 54, because the photo template I use has 9 spaces, and so I needed to use a multiple of 9. They also aren’t quite all under £150. They mostly are. You just have to write that sort of thing to make a catchy title. “54 mostly under £150 with a few exceptions” probably isn’t as good for search engine optimisation*. Can you forgive me?

*I am still not quite sure what this is, but am going to learn.

This week, I’m going to make like Elvis, with a little less conversation, a little more action. It’s the start of the summer holidays here, with all the life/work juggling, sun** and fun that brings. My extremely kind in-laws are having both my children AND the puppy to stay for a bit, starting this weekend, and I have an endless lists of tasks I’m going to achieve in all the time this will free up. I’m definitely not going to lie on the sofa (which will have all of its cushions intact and no wrappers stuffed behind them – see previous post if you don’t know what I’m talking about) watching Real Housewives of Beverley Hills. I’m over a decade late to this particular party (always got my finger firmly on the pulse!) but I started to watch it this week, with low expectations, and now couldn’t be more addicted and am a bit obsessed with Lisa Vanderpump.


I digress. I thought it was time for a little shopping edit, lengthier than my Friday Phwoars, but with no particular theme. Just a bunch of lovely things that make me go mmmmmm. In multiples of 9, because I am bound by my template. I hope you like them, I’d happily give houseroom to each and every one. Let me know in the comments if you’re inspired to buy anything, it absolutely makes my day!

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Top row, L-R: Rainbow taper candles, Tibetan Tiger on Yellow print by Harrogate House, Bucephalus horse on stand by Oka (it’s in the saaaale! I’m tempted).

Middle row, L-R: Retro glass vase from Graham & Green, Coco & Wolf scallop placemat, Oliver Bonas gin glasses.

Bottom row, L-R: La Redoute Figueras Glazed Earthenware Vase, La Redoute Albedo trapezoid glasses, West Elm Deco Handle trays.

Top row, L-R: Oliver Bonas decanter, Reclining Lady cushion from The Cornrow, Anthropologie dinner plate by Nathalie Lete;

Middle row, L-R: House of Hackney Flora Fantasia cushion, Christina Lundsteen Aloise cushion, Doing Goods Chelsey Circus Box.

Bottom row, L-R: La Redoute Katia bamboo lamp, Willemien Bardawil plate, H&M floral duvet cover set.

Top row, L-R: La Redoute Nogu rattan mirror, Vaiselle Drink Me Gingham jug, Susi Bellamy velvet cushion.

Middle row, L-R: Society of Wanderers pillowcases, Zara Home wooden mirror, Oliver Bonas apron.

Bottom row, L-R: Anthropologie Natalya square pillowcase, Urban Outfitters Daisy glass candlestick, H&M Home gingham cushion cover.

Top row, L-R: Oka artichoke ornament, Graham & Green multi tea light holder, Christina Lundsteen Greta velvet cushion.

Middle row, L-R: Anthropologie Mercedes marble bath caddy, Anthropologie tufted bouquet bath mat, Liberty Garden Border archive print.

Bottom row, L-R: Eva Sonaike Ijoba cushion, Oliver Bonas Luce desk lamp, Lovingstring Stella lampshade.

Top row, L-R: Liberty Bouncing Ball A5 notebook, Society of Wanderers Sherbert Check Ruffle cushion, Anthropologie Octaevo candle.

Middle row, L-R: Anthropologie Rosalind quilt, Liberty print change tray, Gipsy Hill Hardware Knock Knock door knocker.

Bottom row, L-R: Oliver Bonas cabbage serving bowl, Graham & Green large resin clam shell, Oka Lakadema leopard bookends.


  1. 25 July 2021 / 8:51 am

    So many beauties here Sandra, clickity click
    On those links x

  2. Nicola Harrison
    25 July 2021 / 9:06 am

    Lots of lovely things. I have the vase from Graham & Green and it really is beautiful.

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