Face off! Expressive interiors to buy now
Inject a little personality into your home with these interior buys that feature quirky facial expressions, all from fabulous local businesses on The Indie Store.
This large vase with arm handles and arty expression is just the ticket in bold monochrome. Find it at Worcestershire-based Cornucopia.
Eyes on the prize
Keep it simple whilst adding a pop of colour to your space with this 100% cotton throw with abstract face design from Sue Parkinson. Très chic.
Me this summer in mug form! Bikini, big shades and lippy with attitude. This novelty buy from Berkshire’s Little Labels is guaranteed to put a smile on your face (especially if you fill it with the Long Island kind of tea).
Go bold and go home
Lockdown blues? Brighten up your home (and mood) with this playful print inspired by Carmen Miranda, from Brighton-based art studio Charlie Doodle.
Any one else feel instantly calmed by this vase’s chubby cheeks and contented expression? Fill with bright blooms or neutral pampas grasses for a chic, minimalist look. Available from Mooch in Worcestershire.
This ceramic vase packs big personality with it’s playful hand-drawn lady’s face with red lippy and blush. Switch up her hairstyle with a new bunch of blooms each week. Available from Gloucestershire boutique Sue Parkinson.
Had it with hygge? Inject a little energy into your living space with this bright, boho Frida Kahlo embroidered cushion with playful pom pom detailing. Available from Sue Parkinson.
If you’re looking to invest in some art, Kent’s Lilford Gallery has some awesome (and actually affordable) pieces, including this fluorescent and silver ‘Carlo Ponti’s Nightmare’ screenprint. Very cool.
A sweet addition to your little one’s nursery or bedroom, each sleepy moon wall decoration from Berks-based indie Minifili is unique and hand-embroidered with metallic thread.
Raise a brow or two with this thoughtful vase. Looks equally good with or without flowers, though we fancy filling it with a clutch of spring tulips. Buy from Essex interiors store Angela Reed.