Saturday, 31 October 2015

Frugal Living: Industrial Interiors

Concrete flowerpot: Granit in Gothenburg, Sweden. Radiator: £265.99, Alcova at Screwfix
Zinc topped table, made to order, Quirky Interiors. Marble flower pot: £9.99, H&M
Our zinc topped table was one of the first things we bought for our flat almost 4 years ago and I remember at £400 it was one of the most expensive things I had ever purchased...but it works so well in our kitchen and we still love it now.

Obviously a lover of all things Scandi, industrial interiors really appeal to me but you don't need a converted warehouse to incorporate it into your home - just little touches can make a room feel modern.

Zinc side table : £90, Cox & Cox
Light: £35 in the sale, BHS
Jumper: £80, Hush. Skirt: £35, Asos. Bag: M Hulot. Shoes: £79, Dune. Radiator: £265.99, Alcova at Screwfix

1. Set of 2 chairs, £99, Out & Out Original

2. Concrete flower pot, £9, Hay at

3. Large wire basket, £12.99, H&M

4. Candle, £7.99, H&M

5. Two box frame tables, £199, West Elm

6. Energy efficient lightbulb, £22.95, Plumen

7. Arrow lamp, £95, BHS

8. Metal shelves, £120, Cox & Cox

9. Resin toiler brush holder, £9, Wilkinson

10. Metal mirror with shelf, £156, Bodie & Fou

11. Metal mirror, £35, Rockett St George

12. Metal wall shelf, £45, Oliver Bonas

13. Metal table, £150, Urban Outfitters

14. Zinc topped table, £295, Habitat


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