Oliver Bonas always have great homeware. They’re constantly updating their selection and we love the quirky, modern and uplifting fell of the range.
Oliver Bonas homeware really never fails to impress us season after season. It’s perfect too at this time of year when we’re all spending more time indoors and many of us are looking for little updates that will give our homes a fresh feel without spending a fortune. This is what we’re currently crushing on.
You can never have too much glassware, especially if its as lovey as this.
Happy Hour Gin Glasses
Time For Gin? Don’t mind if we do and this pair of gin glasses are the ideal accessory to a cocktail happy hour, with wide, round bowl silhouettes that give plenty of space for the fruit and herb garnishes of your choosing.
A star ‘Happy hour’ design in eye-catching gold foil is printed on each gin glass, with ombre orange stems that add an extra pop of colour.
Aur Gin Glasses
Enjoy your favourite gin cocktail or perfected gin and tonic combo in these Aur Gin Glasses, a set of two that pair clear glass with a gold-toned design around the body of the goblets.
These glasses have wide, round bowl silhouettes so there’s plenty of space for garnishes and ice, and are boxed, making them great for gifting.
Blue Lustre Gin Glasses
Enjoy your favourite gin, cocktail or cocktail in these beautiful Blue Lustre Gin Glasses. They come as a set of two pairing a clear glass body with navy blue stems and bases for a chic two-tone design, finished with gold detailing.
A classic balloon silhouette allows for plenty of ice and garnishes and as these glasses come boxed, so again, they’re ideal of gifting too.
Polosa Yellow Martini Glasses
The Polosa Yellow Martini Glasses Set of Two are a cocktail of colour. Pairing brushed yellow and slim gold stripes with clear glass, this set of margarita glasses are a triangular shape, ideal for serving homemade margaritas and martinis in style.
Funky Wall Art
You know how much we adore funky wall art, especially when it packs a great colour punch too. So take a look at these:
Big Love Pink & Red Framed Wall Art
Add a touch of 70s neon into your home with the Big Love Framed Wall Art. In graphic text, this digital print features bright clashing tones of pink and strawberry red to create a statement wall art with a retro feel. T
his piece is offset with a white border and is framed in a light wash wooden frame.
Get Naked Framed Wall Art
There’s nothing like quite that feeling of freedom, and this Get Naked Framed Wall Art makes a cheeky reminder to get comfortable at home.
Designed in the Oliver Bonas Studio, this piece is part of the ‘Play’ collection of wall art, celebrating sassy self-expression. On a white background, this large wall art features a bold design of fun typography, with plafyul pops of red, green and orange tones, set in a black wooden frame. Team with the other prints from the Play collection to create a fun gallery wall feature in your home.
Cushions To Make You Smile
There’s always room at home for another cushion or two. I’m always swapping mine around at home. So one day, the living room is their base, then the bedroom, then another bedroom. You get my drift. Cushions are such a fab way to brighten a room, any room and these two are just lush.
Printed Happy Beaded Yellow Cushion
Add an uplifting touch to your living space with the Shell Happy Yellow Cushion, to remind you of that positive mindset.
This cushion is patterned with a art-deco shell print in tonal yellows and whites with rose pink edging and hand-beaded ‘Happy’ text at the centre in metallic gold beads
Add a little love to your living space with the Love Beaded Pink Cushion.
This cotton cushion is patterned with a circular print in pale pink and white, with hand-beaded ‘Love’ text at the centre in metallic gold beads.
Who doesn’t love a cheery mug? And these will LOVE you back too as that’s what they say! Lovely modern mismatched styling. They come beautifully boxed, so they’d make an ideal gift and they’re currently on sale. So why not buy now for Christmas?
Source for all images: Oliver Bonas