These days there’s no shortage of amazing places to find homewares we love. From online designers to the high street and even supermarkets are in on the act so we can shop for our home whilst shopping for our food. I feel like I’ve stumbled across a relatively unknown gem though with Sue Ryder who have launched an online interiors store. Not only do they have some incredible products but 100% of their profits help provide their palliative, neurological and bereavement support.
To make it even easier for you I’ve put together a little curation of my top 10 favourite picks and would love to hear what you think. I think Sue Ryder might just become my new favourite online interiors shopping destination.
At the risk of sounding like I’m 102, I’d LOVE a rocking chair as stylish as this for outdoors. We’ve recently created some extra space on our patio by removing some dilapidated garden cupboards and I now have the perfect nook for string furniture. Or it would be great up at the top of our garden in a space we’re still trying to decide what to do with, but I want to use it to capture the early morning sunshine. Plus the three colours mean it will look great in any garden set up.
Super stylish shelves that look easy to put up, I love the unique hexagon shape and a complete bargain at £24.99. These would be perfect for our living room where the walls are still very bare after repainting it or the hallway/landing.
Scalloped Velvet Tub Chair – Rose Pink – £149.99
I’m working on our third bedroom at the moment which is so close to being finished. It overlooks the garden and we have a square bay window that I’m really after a pink chair for. This ticks all the boxes, pink, velvet plus as the description says it’s perfect for a 1930’s home! I think it’s basically got my name on it. Finished with black legs with gold tips it also comes in other colours.
I can’t believe this beautiful side table is only £29.99! I have the perfect spot for this in our living room bay window and it would compliment the black framed mirror and coffee table we already have.
I’ve always been so envious when I see beautiful drinks trolleys on Instagram but as our dining room is the least presentable room in the house at the moment I never thought we had space for one. We do have the perfect fireside alcove in there though – just because it’s a bit un-instagrammable at the moment doesn’t need to stay this way. This drinks trolley is an absolute beauty with it’s multiple styling opportunities and also comes in rose gold.
This is another piece I’ve had my eye on for a while and would use in the hallway next to the mirror. I keep having this strange idea that until everything is properly decorated – which for most spaces means stripping lining paper and replastering – there’s no point to put any accessories up. Which is completely stupid and it’s only taken me 5 years to realise this. So it’s gallery walls and art full-steam ahead.
The other day I shared a little tour of our loft conversion master bedroom and the plans we have to reconfigure the space. Until then we have a lot of empty floorspace in the middle of the room and this would be a beautiful bench to go at the foot of the bed and compliments the pink and grey colour scheme. The bench is also available in rose pink velvet.
It’s impossible to have enough storage isn’t it? This is ideal for storing Boo & Maddie’s dog and cat toys when we need to tidy things up a bit. It’s also ideal for me to put my feet up on whilst catching up with Netflix! Also available in blue, green and pink.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my little curated collection from Sue Ryder and maybe found something you love. Remember it’s all for a good cause too!