Copper and Teal's Top 10

Summer Buys for your home

Have a look through our

Top 10 Summer Buys

from some of our favourite websites. 

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We love to use natural materials in the home to add texture to a scheme. This natural rope lamp base has a light & airy feel and will add a touch of Scandi inspired styling to your home. Comes complete with white shade from the heavenly collection of interior products by Layered Lounge - their website is worth a look!

You won't believe it - these cushions from Weaver Green are made entirely from recycled plastic bottles! Their linen look cushions have all the qualities of a man-made fabric combined with irresistible softness and a fabulous eco friendly backstory. We love the Antibes range with contemporary central stripes.

With its unique white crackle glaze the Erze Pot from Hudson Home is a perfectly rustic way to display greenery or succulents. Crafted in Ceramic, the chunky rounded appearance suits being positioned on a shelving unit, windowsill or console table. Perfect to add a touch of colour from the garden.

This gorgeously soft "Corcovado" throw by Urbanara is silkier than a pure wool blanket but slightly sturdier than a pure alpaca wool throw. It strikes the perfect balance between luxe and practicality and features a classic herringbone weave in two complementary tones, a trademark of Danish design. 

We love this robust iron brazier by Cox and Cox - a stylish and practical addition to any garden. Great for cooler evenings and is a striking centrepiece for everyone to gather around. The rustic iron is a great backdrop to some of your soft furnishings such as cushions and throws - contrasting textures providing visual interest.

Absolutely love this sleek and stylish mid-century sofa from Nordic House. The new "Coastal Healing" Collection is inspired by Danish design and available in 3 gorgeous fabrics. A classic blue and linen striped sofa like this would be a wonderful addition to many different interiors - both modern and traditional.

These traditional clay pots make an elegant addition to a garden or terrace. Handmade using a traditional coiling technique in Vietnam, the pots have a rustic pared- back look. Nkuku has very strong ethical and eco-friendly credentials - another reason to buy their beautiful handmade homewares. 

How about some lightweight fabric to filter the summer sun? Look no further than Ian Mankin's Coastal Collection and the neutral, linen sheer - Newlyn Stripe. This fabric allows diffused light to enter the room whilst maintaining an element of privacy. Perfect for a bit of shade without loosing all the light.

This rattan Butler's tray from The White Company is both stunning and practical. It is easily moved from room to room with its detachable tray and handles on either side. The white-washed rattan is stylish and lightweight. Perfect for serving summer drinks or snacks to your guests - inside or out.

How about a unique poster? This reproduction map, available through Lillian Daph, "The World - Ocean Floors and Land Relief", outlines the topography of land and ocean floors. I particularly love its colours, aged timber batons and what is a fascinating insight into the hidden depths of our oceans.