British blogging is it’s own world. There are thousands of interesting blogs to be distracted by, about everything from design, art & style, to technology, fashion & food. After a few weeks of kind and generous blog posts on Bamarang by some of our favourite bloggers, we got thinking about how to work with them in a different way. This week we’re trying something a little new by teaming up with Ellie from Pretty Much Penniless, the style blog with a hint of vintage and a twist of humour. Other than the fact we can’t get enough of her musings, her impeccable taste lends itself well to selecting her top 5 buys on Bamarang this week. Have a look at her run down below and check out what she thinks of Bamarang at PrettyMuchPenniless.com.
“This Orelia Boutique tulle pom-pom alice band is perfect for summer weddings and festivals alike. I’d wear my hair in loose curls, pinned just right to hide the band, with a fitted pastel lace dress. Orelia have some very pretty accessories available in the sale with bows, feathers and flowers galore.
Fancy a game of Scrabble? I’m obsessed with these alphabetical tile cushions from Wild & Wolf. At £13 each they’re affordable enough to buy your initials, or even stretch to your favourite word. Sadly, my sofa just isn’t big enough for Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”
“I’ve been a huge Rob Ryan fan for years and when he brought out a range of home-wares, they were at the top of my shopping list. These Four Seasons plates are all beautifully illustrated and, if you don’t fancy using them to eat off, would look fantastic hung on the wall. There’s also cushion covers, vases and mugs available.
This set of Melamine bowls, along with all the other picnic gear from RICE Homewares, would look great in a simply decorated kitchen to brighten up even the gloomiest of corners. I personally don’t think you can ever own too much kitchenalia or bakeware, but if you have to be selective, choose colour over convention.”
We’re in love with Ellie’s choices, which one’s your favourite? Check out her whole selection on the fabulous PrettyMuchPenniless.com.