If you haven’t already come across Holly’s House, then it is definitely worth a look, especially for those of you who love a mix of contemporary pieces and vintage one-offs – it’s a look which Holly has curated beautifully by sourcing pieces from around the Globe.
Products can be purchased from the online shop. Also, look out for the Holly’s House warehouse sales, which take place at the Holly’s House warehouse in Petersfield from time to time, and are advertised on the website.
In my basket at Holly’s House:
Repeat candle holder, £29.95
I like this piece for its strong, sculptural form.
Zig Zag Abayomi basket, £39.75
Baskets: visually pleasing, a catch all for magazines, children’s toys and bits and bobs; what’s not to love?
Kassandra brass and glass vase, £22.50
Because I always look for pretty ways to display stems that I’ve plucked from our garden – it would be a nice way to create a mini meadow indoors.
Black and gold hemp placemat, £7
I love the way that Holly’s House have styled this black and gold placemat with a crocheted placemat and both contemporary black pieces of tableware and rustic looking crockery: it’s a look that seamlessly combines these different styles to great effect.
Cut wine glass, £5.50
Slightly chunky and solid looking, yet with beautifully delicate patterning, I’d use these for an informal dinner with friends.
Musk green console table, £795
What a beautiful shade of green! With its simple shape and slightly glossy finish, this table provides a good resting place for a well thought out arrangement of objects, which could include a large scented candle, a vase of seasonal blooms and a pair of lamps. Perfect in a hall or against a wall in another room.