Home & gift ideas from Amabyss

Today I'm partnering with independent online boutique Amabyss to share an edit of some my favourite items from their gift and homeware range.

A couple of months ago I had a big clear out and sold most of my colourful collection of 1960s Scandinavian glass vases on ebay. Since then I've slowly been editing in a few new pieces in a clean new monochrome palette. This stylish but simple pale grey vase fits the bill perfectly.

It's no secret I am just a little bit mad about dogs. If you have a dog lover on your Christmas present list, this silver Pug charm necklace would make a sweet little gift.

I also can't resist metaillic decorative accents at this dark, grey time of year. These brass and silver vases would look great under the warm flickering glow of candlelight.

I love the style of this elegant brass framed table. It has a whiff of the sort of expensive antique mid-century console table I might lust after on 1st Dibs about it, but this is a piece I might actually be able to afford! It would make an instant style statement in any room and the aluminium tray top is both practical and removable. A winner.

By Nord Nordic forest cushion

The first snow of the year is forecast for parts of the UK this weekend. Stay cosily content on the sofa while this cushion from By Nord evokes the wintery atmosphere of a misty Nordic forest.

The zinc metal framed mirror has a simple style that will fit in effortlessly almost anywhere.

This elegant jug, handmade from recycled glass, is perfect for the dinner table when you have friends over. The embossed glass Laksha tumblers will sit beautifully alongside it.

Finally, I hardly need to mention the fact that copper is still a massive interiors trend at the moment. This industrial style pendant light has a dark blue cord which makes the copper really stand out. Hang a row of them above a dining table or kitchen island for instant impact.

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Posted in collaboration with Amabyss.

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