The September Home & Lifestyle Edit

September Home Decor Edit

The September Home & Lifestyle Edit

Magazine rack at La Redoute | Laundry bags at Oliver Bonas | Monochrome lamp at John Lewis | Cactus print at Juniqe | Gold cutlery set at M&S | Why Social Media Is Ruining Your Life by Katherine Ormerod | Bedside table at Oliver Bonas | Hand cream by Aesop | Crystal set at Anthropologie

Hopefully you will have seen my recent update about the changes happening at Coco’s Tea Party. But, if not, let me quickly recap for you: I will no longer be producing Weekly Wish List posts. And instead you’ll find a monthly fashion-focused wish list on the first Wednesday of every month, followed by a home and lifestyle edit on the third Wednesday of the month.

This is my very first monthly Home & Lifestyle Edit, and I had sooooo much fun putting it together!

I’m constantly searching for new artwork, and I love this cactus design from The Vintage Print Collection. At the moment I’m not quite sure where I would hang it, so I’m keeping it in my saved items until I receive a flash of inspiration.

I also have my eye on the faux-leather magazine rack from La Redoute, Oliver Bonas’ gorgeous marble-topped bedside table and John Lewis’ monochrome table lamp.

And, if you have friends’ birthdays coming up in the next few weeks, I have a couple of gift suggestions for you too… Katherine Ormerod’s book Why Social Media Is Ruining Your Life is the perfect present for millennial women. The crystal sets at Anthropologie (symbolising courage, optimism, intuition and serenity) are really thoughtful tokens. And Oliver Bonas’ pretty laundry bags will go down a treat with frequent flyers.

Which home and lifestyle buys are topping your wish lists, this month?


  1. Peppermint Dolly says:

    Love all the pieces – but especially that magazine rack – pretty sure I don’t need it…but I kind of want it anyway!!

    Rebecca |


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