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  • Lisa Mehydene’s Uplifting Selection

    If you haven’t been following Lisa Mehedyne’s (aka @edit.58) seriously beautiful and sympathetic renovation of a Cotswolds barn, we urge you to go down the rabbit hole immediately. When she isn’t restoring our dream home, she is the creative force behind one of our favourite online interiors destinations, where we always discover one-of-a-kind treasures that we can’t find anywhere else.


    Short Tortoiseshell Glass Vase£50

    “I really love tortoiseshell home accessories, and I would use this glass vessel for keeping candles in. It’s a really pretty way to make storage more interesting.” 

    William Yeoward

    Bellingham Double Bench£1,350

    “I love bobbin furniture, so this bench, with its rush seat and pretty scallop detailing, is a really lovely addition to your home. While expensive, it is a quality piece of forever furniture that can be moved around to different rooms and used for different purposes.”

    By Walid

    19th-Century Needlework Linen Cushion£550

    “I’m obsessed with cushions. I just love how they can elevate a sofa, chair or bed and pull an interior scheme together. This particular one combines some of my favourite cushion elements – vintage fabric, florals and needlepoint – and is really unique and special.”

    Lisa Corti

    Arabesque Corolla 240cm x 140cm Cotton Tablecloth£135

    “Stripes and florals are two pattern favourites, so this colourful tablecloth, which beautifully combines both, is on my wish list. It would be perfect in summer for an alfresco table, but equally as lovely inside for a cosy kitchen supper.” 


    Jasmine Vase£495

    “My collection of Astier de Villatte vases are my most loved and used items in my home. I just adore how pretty they look, even unfilled. Worth the investment, they are a piece of art in themselves.” 

    Henry Matisse

    The Plain Tree 1951 Framed Print & Mount£250

    “I really like this impactful framed Matisse. It would look beautiful against a patterned wallpaper.” 

    Coco & Wolf

    Donna Leigh Print Oval Rattan Dog Bed£220

    “When decorating a home, our precious pets shouldn’t be overlooked. Our rattan pet bed, made in collaboration with Coco & Wolf, has a Liberty-print quilt to ensure your pets have somewhere pretty and plush to lay their heads.” 


    Striped Cotton Pyjama Set£120

    “These are my favourite PJs. They’re a classic, timeless design, super-soft, long enough in the leg (I’m 6ft) and work year-round.”


    Cashmere Ankle Socks£45

    “Along with the rest of the population, I’ve been spending lockdown in clothes which are a comforting hug throughout the day, including cashmere socks.”


    Leinikki Patchwork Quilt£320

    “I love nothing more than a quilt atop a bed or for snuggling under on the sofa. They add cosiness to a home and I love the traditional feel of these by Projektityyny. I’m a sucker for any kind of patchwork.”

    La Redoute

    Plain Washed Linen Pillow Or Bolster Cover£20

    “La Redoute bed linen is some of the best on the market for the price point. With over 20 colours to select from, you can pick a shade that works in your interior. I prefer not to have a matching set, so mix colours and add in other patterned pillowcases, too.”


    Gomi Paper Bin£29

    “Not the most exciting of items, but a wastepaper bin is a necessary evil, especially when schooling and working from home, so you might as well make it look good. I love that this one is rope AND striped. Two of my favourites combined.” 


    Apadana Armless Chair£795

    “I love the shape of this chair, and it’s such a useful size. Aside from in a living space, it would also look lovely in a bedroom or bathroom.”

    Cire Trudon

    Madeleine Scented Candle – 270g£75

    “Burning candles sees me through the cold, dark winter months. Cire Trudon is my favourite brand for the scented variety. Place this on your rattan tray along with a beautiful box of matches.” 

    Madam Stoltz

    Set Of Three Striped Tea Towels£16.95

    “Every house needs them, so it’s worth using ones that are pleasing to the eye…”

    Porte & Paire

    Shearling Slippers£180

    “Slippers with a leather sole have helped to give the impression that I’m wearing a form of shoe, when that’s really not the case.”


    Ribbed Wool Leggings£69

    “I’ve replaced my normal go-to winter staple of denim with joggers and leggings in neutral shades.”


    Marbled Jug£65

    “Jugs are the unsung heroes of home accessories; indispensable in the kitchen, but equally handy for water on your table or as vases. This one reminds me of summer days and would look gorgeous bursting with blooms.” 

    La Redoute

    Set of 4 Victorine Best Quality Linen Napkins£24

    “Much like with duvet covers and pillowcases, there’s no need to have a tablecloth and napkins from the same range. This plain linen set would look great paired with the Lisa Corti tablecloth, but are versatile enough to work with other you may have. Top tip: have simple, budget-friendly napkins, such as these, hand-embroidered with a monogram or motif, for a unique, personal touch. They also make a great gift.” 


    Fenix Cake Stand In Grey£50

    “Cake stands don’t need to be just for showcasing a delicious cake or dessert. I pile them high with fruit or vegetables, which always looks really lovely in a kitchen and adds height and interest to a countertop.” 

    John Derian

    Blue Daisies Match Box£8

    “I love to have a beautiful box of matches sitting alongside a candle on a tray. They look so pretty and make lighting a candle a real pleasure.”



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