I just adore this cute ‘grass’ rug from Vertbaudet, decorated with tiny 3D toadstools. Perfect for adding a little faerie magic to your home (and not just children’s rooms either!). I do think they have missed a trick by not putting the toadstools in a ring around the edge however!
Also from the same retailer is a gorgeous mushroom and elf duvet set (sadly only in cot bed size) and some sweet spotty bedlinen.
What fantasy boudoir could possibly be complete without this gorgeous fairy tale mirror from Anthropologie? Cast in brass and standing 14 inches tall it is just perfect for the fairiest of dressing tables. As a finishing touch, stand it on a wooden chest of drawers adorned with these delicate willow twig handles, also from Anthropologie.
There are quite a few other faerie friendly finds on the Anthropologie site too, including the pretty Serene cup and saucer, and for you, quite possibly the sparkliest of snail rings and the lovely leafy Lady Fern sandals.Filed under Faeriewear, Home & Garden | Comment (0)
I love the idea of the artist’s tool reinvented as art, as seen in the amazing creations of San Francisco sculptor Agelio Batle. His graphite drawing tools take their forms from the natural world, and include antlers, twigs, flowers, leaves and shells. Each piece can be used to draw and write but thanks to the unique casting process they will not smudge onto your hands as you use them.Filed under Home & Garden | Comment (0)
I am extremely taken with the beautifully organic interior installations of American artist David Wiseman. Working in porcelain, plaster and bronze he creates ceilings, chandeliers, wall art and other home accents inspired by the natural world that are just dripping with Faerie Glamour!Filed under Home & Garden | Comments (3)
The Four Seasons Design Group’s Table Art collection is simply stunning – a range of home accessories and tableware inspired by natural treasures from land and sea, reproduced in pewter, sterling silver and brass. Pomegranate boxes, birch bark vases, dishes formed from fallen leaves, and dainty pussy willow napkin rings are just some of the gorgeous items available to bring a touch of natural Faerie glamour to your home interiors.Filed under Home & Garden | Comment (0)
This cute little greenhouse kit contains everything you need to grow your own indoor fairy garden. The plants have been especially selected for their fairy attracting properties – lobelia, clover, thyme and evening star. The kit also comes with lots of things to decorate the garden, including rainbow gravel, fairy dust, bells, stakes and decals and even a fairy to get you started. Full instructions to get growing, plus information on fairy gardens mean you’ll be gardening in no time.
Dunecraft also sell an outdoor fairy garden kit, with enough plants to cover quite a reasonable sized plot, plus growing and care tips and colour changing solar lights to accent the garden in the evening.
There is something quite magical about stained glass, and the creations of Magic Moonshadows are no exception. The stunning fantasy designs utilise fabulous jewel-like glass and some incorporate slices of agate, crystals and fossils. The artist Cynthia King makes full windows for installation in buildings, as well as gorgeous hanging panels, sun catchers, mirrors and metal sculptures with glass wings.Filed under Home & Garden | Comment (1)
Inspiring in so many ways. this is a real family home built into a wooded hillside in Wales. It was constructed (by hand!) with maximum regard for the environment using natural and salvaged materials. The wonderful organic shapes and closeness to nature alone would make all the labour worth while, but when you factor in the £3000 costs it really puts things into perspective. Definitely a faerie friendly way to live!Filed under Home & Garden | Comments (2)
From Elise Bath comes this stunning Fairy Tale pedestal sink. The base is cast from solid bronze using the lost wax method, making each on a unique work of art. The pedestal takes the form of a tree trunk, with a fairy nestling in a hollow. Surely a luxurious statement in bathroom style, although I think you’ll probably need a Fairy Tale castle to put it in!Filed under Home & Garden | Comments (3)
From a workshop at the bottom of her garden, Catherine Henchie brings The Fairy Kingdom that little bit closer with her wonderful range of Fairy doors and houses. The doors are made from reclaimed timber and are delightfully quirky with lots of different designs. The houses are quite magical, with all the little details like wooden shingle roofs and frosted glass windows. There are also a range of accessories and furniture available, and best of all – Fairy footstep stencils (I’m sure it wouldn’t be considered cheating!). Doors can be personalised, or Catherine can build a special Faerie house just for you.Filed under Home & Garden | Comments (2)