If you’re a regular reader you’ll know how much I love the pared back, simple styling of Scandinavian design. Having discovered blogs like BlommaLondon, who adores the Scandi look, my love of this cool interior has been reinforced. So, I was thrilled to be asked to take a look at a ‘new to me’ store from France, called PIB-Home. Now don’t worry that it’s based in France, you can still get delivery to the UK, and at extremely reasonable delivery costs too.
There’s going to be something for everyone at this site. Split into 3 distinct sections, covering Shabby Chic, Industrial and Scandinavian, it has a wealth of products and designs suited to everyone’s home and everyone’s taste. Of course, my eye was immediately drawn to the Scandi section and I was thrilled to find some bang on-trend pieces at very reasonable prices.
Starting at the top, this stunning 1969 Wooden Buffet cupboard, is reminiscent of retro Scandinavian pieces and has a soft and appealing, yet rich design. Pop it in a kitchen, or dining space for a useful, stylish addition to your home.
Next, you’ll know how much I love some decent wallpaper, and I love the selection at PIB-Home, in particular this muted Mintuu Wallpaper design in typical geometric print, which would be ideal for my youngest daughter’s bedroom makeover later this year. I’m wondering if I can persuade her! This one retails at £60 per roll.
Small stools and sidetables are extremely popular this year, even with dipped colour legs, and this one would be ideal in the bedroom as a bedside table, or in a sitting room for extra storage. The quirky top gives this piece extra appeal.
The typical Scandi styled desk lamp, and in copper too, would be perfect for my new desk, when I move offices later this year. More of an investment piece at £175, it’s still gorgeous and well worth the price.
Finally, you know I can’t resist a geometric cushion, and this one, in deep blue, is just my cup of tea. At £25, it’s a great price, so I just need to find a sofa or chair that needs it!
All of these beautiful pieces can be found on the PIB-Home website, so do hop over and start browsing.