Every home should have a few quiet cosy corners. Those precious spaces to sneak off to – perhaps to work or read a book. This one is light & bright, simply decorated with natural colours and materials.
This restful space in Sioux Falls, South Dakota belongs to Oksana Silchuk and her young family. Check out her Instagram feed for more pared back inspiration (link above).
- Rattan hanging chair
- Macramé wall hanging
- Concrete table lamp with textile cable and vintage Edison bulb
- ALSEDA banana fibre stool
- Console table
We recently inherited a magnificent spider plant specimen with at least a dozen or so plantlets arching outwards & downwards. It currently sits on a window ledge in the stairway and isn’t being shown off to its maximum potential.
It would look stunning suspended from the ceiling so we’re looking at the array of plant hangers available online. #1 is the classic cream cord macramé plant hanger that was ubiquitous in the 1970s… and I really love it. I remember making loads of them when I was a child. #2 is a colourful crocheted version… but it’s a DIY version – and I can’t crochet for toffee! #3 is my favourite of the lot; elegant and minimalist, with just a trio of black strings and a lovely brass container – it will display the foliage beautifully.
- Macramé plant hanger: £15, Etsy
- Flower Power crochet-your-own plant hanger: £29.00, Wool and the Gang
- On Interiors large brass hanging plant pot holder: £34.50, Trouva