I’m always on the lookout for beautiful items for the home. Unusual pieces that ooze style and class, that don’t cost too much, which are also bang on trend. Recently I came across Aram Designs, a beautiful designer store, situated in London and online full of stylish home products and accessories Aram has a wonderful collection of pieces that suit any modern home, some most sought after, and it’s well worth a browse if you’re starting to think about making some purchases for Christmas.
I’ve added a few pieces to my home, thanks to Aram and thought you might like to see what I’ve chosen. Firstly, the dainty, Oriental feel Pen Tea Pot, is a beautifully handpainted ceramic piece with bamboo handle. Ideal for display, particularly paired with the milk jug and sugar bowl, or perfect for afternoon tea. This teapot is available on the Aram website for £32.
Next I was very drawn to the copper topped candlesticks from Black and Blum. This beautiful looped candleholder is available in a variety of finishes, including satin chrome, polished chrome or the copper and chrome version you see here. The design takes inspiration from the Fibonacci curve that appears throughout nature and looks perfect and balanced to the human eye. Aren’t they gorgeous? You can see two together in the first few images, naturally interlocked, to form a larger more impressive candlebra. I think it looks perfect on its own though! Again another perfect Christmas present at just £23 per candlestick.
Finally, following the same theme is the Black and Blum Flower Loop Vase in polished chrome. Perfect for a single fresh bloom, or use the silk flower included, this again showcases the Fibonacci curve and looks stunning next to the Candlebra. Available at Aram for just £24, I have my eye on this for a few christmas gifts.
Aram also stocks some incredible designer furniture as well as decorative home accessories, lighting, mirrors and clocks. So if you’re looking for something special as a gift this Christmas do take a look at their website.
Thanks to Aram for the review items, the words, opinions and comments are all my own.