By Hebe Hatton published
Those familiar with Rockett St George will know that if you are on the hunt for unique pieces for your home, you are sure to find something special on their store. Born from a love of scouring flea markets and antique centers for one offs, Lucy and Jane (the masterminds behind the brand) decided to create their own shop dedicated to the eclectic home.
So when we saw that Rockett St George's Black Friday sale had started, with 30 percent off so much amazing homeware, we had to share our top picks (as we added to our baskets). We have handpicked everything below, from artwork for a (nearly finished) gallery wall, striking pendants pieces to let the light in, sought-after 70s inspired furniture and even some kitchenware that's good enough for your open shelving. Think of it as the Livingetc edit of the Rockett St George Black Friday sale, making your shopping experience so much easier...
And if you want to make the most of all the amazing offers going on this week, be sure to have a peruse through our best bits of the Black Friday sales.
The best picks from the Rockett St George sale
1. This on trend rattan wardrobe
Sungkai Woven Cane Wooden Wardrobe |
Cane is such an on-trend material adding natural texture and a slightly rustic vibe to any room. This wardrobe would be the perfect addition to a bedroom of any style, from modern country to minimalist. The curves give it a slightly retro edge too, so if you're into the Mid-century look this would look right at home too.
2. The perfect rug for a kitchen
Sofi Antique Vintage Tile Effect Beija Vinyl Floor Rug |
We've been on the hunt for a kitchen rug for a few months. We love the idea of them, adding softness and texture to an often quite sleek space, but the practicalities of bringing fabric into a kitchen don't always match the aesthetics. But this rug! This rug is made of vinyl so perfect for those high-traffic areas like kitchens and hallways.
3. A stylish coffee table
Multi-Tray Marble & Mango Wood Coffee Table |
Loving the mix of materials used for this coffee table. The marble, the mango wood, and the metal all work together to create a piece that could sit with so many styles from industrial to rustic. It looks like a really fun piece to style too, you could experiment with the decor you use in each tray and there's plenty of space in between the shelves so you can really get creative with books, vases, and ornaments.
4. This cute addition to your garden
Black Metal Window Pane Arch Indoor/Outdoor Mirror |
It might not be the season for alfresco entertaining, but this mirror can be used both indoors and out, so it can sit nicely in your hallway in the cooler months, and then come spring you can take it outdoors. Mirrors are such a great accessory for the garden and really add to that indoor, outdoor vibe, plus they are a great trick for making a small garden look bigger.
5. This cheeky bathmat
Gold Filthy Gorgeous Bath Mat |
We love Rockett St George for their quirky slogans, and this one is definitely one of their more tame offerings so you don't need to worry about shocking your guests. It's the colour that really drew us in, it can be so tricky to get colour and vibrancy into a bathroom but a bath mat is a really simple way to go about it without having to do any renovations. There are a few in this range, so take a look and pick one that best suits your style and sense of humour best.
6. The most stylish of salt pots
Salt Of The Earth Glass Salt Pot |
How cute is this salt pot? And what a lovely gift it would make for the foodie in your life or just as a treat for you as you do your Christmas shopping.
7. A chic palm tree floor lamp
Gold Palm Leaf Tree Floor Lamp |
Did we save the best till last? We think so. This palm tree floor lamp would make such a statement in any room but we'd so love this for our hallway to really wow guests and set the tone for the rest of the house.
Hebe is the Digital Editor of Livingetc; she has a background in lifestyle and interior journalism and a passion for renovating small spaces. You'll usually find her attempting DIY, whether it's spray painting her whole kitchen, don't try that at home, or ever changing the wallpaper in her hallway. Livingetc has been such a huge inspiration and has influenced Hebe's style since she moved into her first rental and finally had a small amount of control over the decor and now loves being able to help others make decisions when decorating their own homes. Last year she moved from renting to owning her first teeny tiny Edwardian flat in London with her whippet Willow (who yes she chose to match her interiors...) and is already on the lookout for her next project.
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