Laura Ashley AW16 Homeware Collection


Last week I was invited to go and see the new Laura Ashley AW16 Homeware collection at their HQ in Fulham- something I’m SO glad I did. Not only was it the chance to see one of my favourite, long-established brand’s new pieces, but also an opportunity to catch up with some of my favourite blogging ladies (Alison, Elfa, Bonnie, and briefly Helen, I’m looking at you!). After feeling in a bit of a blogging fug these past couple of months (are you bored of me saying this yet? No?!), meeting up with some blogger pals and having a natter, all whilst feeling inspired by the collection, made me feel loads better. 

So what can be expected from this AW collection home-wise? Let’s just say I hope you’re feeling fruity! 😉 

Here are the pieces that caught my eye last week…


^^^Pineapples, pineapples everywhere! Okay, so when I mentioned ‘feeling fruity’ I was talking about the spiky things- which are a HUGE trend for Laura Ashley in this collection. I’m rather pleased about this, as I actually bought a gold leaf pineapple print from an Etsy store several months ago to go in my study, but since we decided to move I haven’t bothered putting it up, and now I’m thinking of purchasing a few LA pieces to go with it (although one does have to be careful not to have pineapple overload!). 

I think with this trend, choosing a few select pineapple-themed items works best, or just one big statement piece. I’m particularly loving the pineapple wallpaper (thinking new house downstairs loo, a bold statement here) and the large pineapple lamp for the living room. (see below)


If the above don’t ap-peel as much (arf arf!), then what about these other pineapple pieces?


^^^Pineapple pot, or small pineapple bowl?


I am still on the fence regarding the above Pineapple mirror. Part of me thinks “woohoo, how fun, I NEED!”, where as the other is wanting to run screaming from Del Boy’s Nelson Mandela Towers circa 1986. What do you think? Maybe I’ll just turn my new downstairs toilet into one big pineapple emporium, then I don’t have to choose or feel guilty about my ever-increasing pineapple habit. 

Anyhoo, enough about pineapples- the Laura Ashley AW16 homeware collection is much more than that, with some truly beautiful themes, prints and textures happening. I adore the hanging lights, especially the ones that give your home a more industrial edge – definitely on the wish list for the new gaff.


These little art deco-inspired mini mirrors are just gorgeous and are on my wishlist for the new house too (I’m definitely now seeing the positives of moving again, after having a major wobble). We currently have a big, original version of these mirrors in our current loo, and I really like the idea of having these three little ones in the hallway of the new home. 


If you’re looking for some gorgeous, textured prints, look no further than this beautiful red/pink/white feather cushion, and the wallpaper too. The deep colours are really rich, and would make a bold-yet-classy addition to a room. 

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I have my little beady eye on one of these glass things (terrarium? I think so, my brain escapes me right now), so I can put succulents in or candles in the winter (as the photo below suggests). The terrarium will hopefully protect my little green beauties, as I seem to be kryptonite to house plants. <sad face>


The printed jug and bowl below aren’t actually to my personal taste homeware-wise, but I had to feature them because I think the colours and floral design are just beautiful, and might make a fantastic statement in the right kitchen, or even on display in a dining room or living room. It shows that you can still appreciate gorgeous pieces without them being 100% right for you, and often they can make you think of your home design in a different way i.e. always make me wonder if they COULD belong somewhere!


I absolutely LOVE this velvet chair, and if we were staying in our current home with it’s giant loft room I would be all over this bad boy and finding a space for it! Just fabulous, and I adore the colour- classic, rich, and bold. 


Those who know me well know that I’m a bit of a kitchenware addict, and have banned myself from buying/being sent anymore until we move into our new place with a bigger kitchen! But… I think I’m going to have to give house room to these babies- a wonderful egg holder (I never really knew that you weren’t actually supposed to store your eggs in the fridge), and this beautiful ceramic measuring jug that will make cooking/baking feel very luxurious. 

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And finally…this stunning, vintage-inspired metal rack. I REALLY want this in our new living room to hold magazines and some books, but I do worry it might become the dumping ground for all of our paperwork and kids crap. I will need to be disciplined in order to keep it looking lovely! A useful yet beautiful piece.


So these are my picks of the Laura Ashley Autumn/Winter 16 homeware collection- which of my choices do you like best (if any)? I’d love to hear! 





  1. Katie
    June 21, 2016 / 2:34 pm

    Oooh fabulous! I love, want and need that beautiful green chair! x

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 4:57 pm

      It’s Sooooo lovely! x

  2. Molly
    June 23, 2016 / 2:15 pm

    Loving the hanging lights the best! I think you should go all out with the pineapples in your downstairs loo, it would be fun! #HomeEtc

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 4:57 pm

      I think I may do, and call it the great pineapple phase of 2016! x

  3. Lisa@intotheglade
    June 23, 2016 / 10:10 pm

    I love the lamp base, it’s gorgeous! I’m not sure you can have too much pineapple ever, but you made me laugh out loud with the Del Boy comment – love it ha! X

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 4:58 pm

      Ah thanks Lisa- glad I made you laugh! x

  4. June 24, 2016 / 7:56 pm

    Aaah I LOVE seeing your round up!! I was supposed to go along but the twins and I were full of a cold and I couldn’t leave them to go dow to London for the day. It’s lovely to see the product through your eyes instead! Thanks for sharing — and thanks so much for linking up with us lovely; we’ve missed you!! 🙂 Caro xx #HomeEtc

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 4:59 pm

      It feels so good to be back my lovely! x

  5. Gemma
    June 24, 2016 / 9:05 pm

    Those industrial style ceiling lights are stunning and right up my street! I love them!

    Gemma x
    The British Feather – A UK Home Decor & Lifestyle Blog

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 4:59 pm

      They’re fab aren’t they? I could definitely give them house room! x

  6. June 27, 2016 / 12:17 pm

    Just loving the pineapple. The wallpaper is talking to me too! Also not sure about the mirror but am seeing some lovely stuff there in Laura Ashley and it hasn’t floated my boat for a while so may need to check them out again. I am now off to explore your loft as discussed! #HomeEtc

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 5:00 pm

      I think they’ve really upped their game house-wise in recent years, well worth checking out, lots of lovely kitchenware too that I didn’t get round to snapping. Thanks for your comment on my loft bathroom, glad you found it, and will definitely be keeping up with your loft room progress! x

  7. Mike Gilbert
    June 27, 2016 / 3:41 pm

    I love the hanging lights they look gorgeous, it kind of looks old fashioned but at the same time very stylish. Love it!

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 5:01 pm

      I love them too!

  8. mummyofboygirltwins
    June 28, 2016 / 10:40 pm

    All the pineapples! LOVE! Great round up – wish I could have made it too! Gutted! Looks amazing and I adore Laura Ashley 🙂 Jess xx

    Thanks for linking up #HomeEtc

    • Becky
      June 30, 2016 / 5:01 pm

      Ah it’s a shame you couldn’t make it Jess, it was a really great collection- think LA have really upped their game in recent years, so much wonderful stuff! x

  9. Harriet @ Life With Mrs Lee
    June 30, 2016 / 10:14 am

    I am loving all those pineapples!! Some absolutely gorgeous pieces. Such a great round up. #HomeEtc xxx

  10. Stephanie
    June 30, 2016 / 4:48 pm

    Those shaped mirrors are just what my gran had in her house! I love how things come in and out of fashion. Wow with the pineapples, I am torn on them…..they might grow on me!

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