Counter Culture: trivets

We suspect that trivets are a bit forgotten about and may even be missing from your arsenal of kitchenware. However, in our experience, they come in handy more often than you might think and so we have put together a … Read More

Five looks for Christmas: No. 4 Wanderlust

Journeying through India, Mexico, Peru and Nepal, and drawing on the vibrant colours and textures found in decorations throughout these parts, this is a look that will certainly turn heads this Christmas. The key to making it work is to … Read More

Five looks for Christmas: No. 3 All the Riches

Our most classical look of the series, this may be the one to choose if it’s refined elegance that you’re after. Bronzes and coppers, rose-gold, rich burgundy reds and chocolate, all combine to beautiful effect. Dress your mantelpiece with a … Read More

Five looks for Christmas: No. 2 Woodland Friends

Imagine an early morning meeting of little woodland friends in a snowy pine forest; they’re an industrious group of animals, busy with their Christmas preparations. You can have great fun with this theme, layering red, green, silver and white baubles … Read More

A Shaker kitchen

Nestled in the north part of Cheltenham, amidst wide leafy streets, lies Helen’s detached 1930’s house which, for the past year and a half, has been subject to a big renovation project. Having been invited to take a look around, … Read More

Keeping things personal

Here at Home Relish, we love sourcing gifts. Recently, we’ve come across some fabulous monogrammed accessories and we wanted to share some of our favourites with you. The beauty of giving a monogrammed gift is that, by their very nature, … Read More

A clean sweep

I recently spent an afternoon with my mother-in-law at the Burford Garden Company (, a favourite haunt for both of us. She is a real garden lover, so we spent time feeling inspired by all the outdoor plants but, when … Read More

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