Fashion and travel influencer Lucy Williams is perhaps most beloved for her inspiring style-meets-wanderlust Instagram feed. Here, she shares some investment pieces in her home, heritage brands she loves, easy hacks that make a room feel instantly joyful, and new discoveries she’s made as she embarks on her first home renovation.
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“Naples-based Paboy Bojang is the man behind the cushions everyone wants right now. Impeccably made in a sherbet-y palette with frilled, tasselled and piped trims, they’re a great way to add interest to your made bed, without adding a whole new print to the room.”
“I’m one of those people that can’t really concentrate properly with my hair down and have so many of these dotted around my flat for when I need one. I think using these rather than bands has improved the strength of my bleached hair, and they look nice by my sink and bedside table, too, so they’re win-win!”
“I was so pleased to discover this great new UK-based ceramics brand. They create beautiful vases and dressing bottles, but I love their side plates more than anything. A great way to add some colour to dinner parties or just your morning toast right now.”
“These stackable crates are so handy for storing stuff. I’m using them for all my samples and bits and bobs that I’m collecting while designing my new home. They’re much more aesthetically pleasing than the mountains of disorganised tote bags and clear plastic boxes I was using before.”
“After seeing something similar for about £200 in Copenhagen a while ago, I was pretty chuffed to see this braided doormat for £25 on John Lewis. Probably a little too thick to go right by your door, but perfect for any outwards-opening garden doors/boot areas.”
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“My favourite coffee-table purchase of late for a dose of real home inspiration from different creatives.”
“I’m a huge fan of Hormazd Narielwalla’s work and love that he’s done a collaboration with King & McGaw for a more affordable way to adorn our walls with some of his signature colour and pattern.”
“I have a bit of a problem with all things Tekla; I can’t resist. This cult Danish brand is the ultimate for blankets and dressing gowns. They’re known for their checks and stripes, but sometimes a beautiful tan blanket is needed for blending in and pulling everything together.”
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