BHS: new homeware collections

Gingham, Union Jack, Crochet, Florals, Spotty, Linen cupboard, Applique, Tea Pastels and Boho are the words that BHS use to descibe their new homeware called ‘Maison Vintage’  Within this collection are three key looks; British, Fifties Bliss & Linen Cupboard. The looks are spot on with the key trends for this A/W especially 50’s Bliss.  I think the over all look is really pretty, especially the crochet cushions with the little birds in the 50’s collection.  And I love the trays in the British collection.

The pricing isn’t bad either, something that BHS always seem to get right. Click here to see the full range

If you get a chance then grab a copy of the September issue of Homes & Gardens as there is a lovely feature called ‘Country Chapel’ on page 109.  The owners live in a converted a chapel and have lots of vintage/country accessories as seen in the pictures above.

If you want some help on how to create this look then I would suggest buying the following book by Cath Kidston.  It’s only pocket size and one of my favourites.


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