Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Make waves with a cool nautical look

Shipshape: throw, £6, dotted throw, £13, striped cushion, two pack, £8, denim cushion, £10, script cushion, £7, door stop, £8, lantern, £12.50, t-light holder, £8, wooden lantern, £25, hurricane vase, £3 and chenille cushion, £7

Now is the time to give your home a spring makeover.

And you don’t have to break the bank thanks to Heatons (stores provincewide and online at www.heatonsstores.com) which has a new range with lots of stylish themes to suit the whole house — from bathroom to bedroom and kitchen to living room.

The coastal range, inspired by this season’s nautical trend, includes a collection of seaside-themed pieces. Combine the beach-style seaside wooden lantern, £25, with denim print, £10, and striped cushions, (two-pack), £8, to create the perfect laid back maritime lounge. Not forgeting a coastal door stop, £8, and white lanterns, £12.50, to help you embrace the chilled seaside vibe.

Create your very own Parisian haven with the latest shabby chic range. Ornate, antique-style accessories allows you to bring a touch of ooh la la to your home.

Relaxed lavender throws, £10, distressed white and plum cushions, from £7, and antique-effect frames, from £5 to £8, provide the essentials for a new look.

Meanwhile a range of playful accessories featuring soft pinks and floral designs are perfect for adding a touch of country warmth to any room.

The range features a pink throw, £6, which is the perfect backdrop for pink on white heart printed cushions, £7.

To complete your rustic retreat, what about the sitting dog doorstop, £8, or the butterfly boxes, from 75p?

For more information, to shop online or to find a Heatons store near you, visit www.heatonsstores.com.



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