103 weeks today! | Lovely Loaf

OK. So by now it should be glaringly obvious that I have a bit of an obsession a thing for homes and interiors. Nothing makes me happier than planning a new room or poring over homes magazines or interiors websites.

So imagine my excitement when a little bird told me that those lovely people at Loaf have just launched some gorgeous new products! For anyone with an eye for a stylish bargain, let me tell you, you’ll be in interiors heaven.

There are 40 new products which include heavenly beds, beautiful lighting and fabulous, quirky pieces of furniture for every room in house.

My favourites include the Benji bed — a gorgeous bedstead, fully upholstered and buttoned in duck egg vintage linen — the stylish Domeo desk lamp and the Spangle pendant lamps.

We’ve fairly low ceilings in our cottage but they would look amazing in the conservatory,  perhaps hung in a cluster at different heights. Team them with some decorative filament bulbs and you’d have yourself something very special indeed.

Loaf – Benji bed from £1,295
Loaf – Domeo lamps £95
Loaf – Spangle lamps from £65

Loaf for little people

All that said, the MOST exciting thing about Loaf’s new product ranges for spring 2015 is the addition of — ta-daaa — Little Loaf! Stuff for little people!

I’ve already spoken about our nursery and how much I enjoyed choosing all the bits and pieces to go in it. So it makes me immensely happy to know that when they’ve outgrown their current space — and the style of the room no longer works for it’s two little occupants — there is a lovely, exciting alternative!

My favourite thing in the whole collection is the Letter Head chest of drawers. We have all sorts of letters and various things covered in quirky typography all over our home;  in fact, anything that features a typeface really appeals to the designer in me and always gets house room. The Letter Head chest looks just like a giant wooden letterpress printing block — gorgeous — and a perfect way to get your kiddos to learn their ABCs!

Loaf – Letter Head £545

Combine that with the amazing Clamberdoodle bed — a fabulous captain style bed which incorporates a blackboard at one end — together with brilliant storage and you’ve got yourself the most amazing kids bedroom.

Now, never let it be said that I’m one to wish my life away — or that of my babies — as I love my life and I’m just not that desperate for my gorgeous boys to grow up yet but who’s to say I can’t trade my own bed in for one of these? ;)

Loaf – Clamberdoodle bed £1195
Loaf – Roofus desk and Ickle chair £495

All the above products are now available to buy — or order — on the Loaf website.  Check out their ‘Bag A Bargain’ section too! Full to burst with lovely, discounted products.

Credit cards at the ready folks!

About Caro Davies

Caro Davies art directed fashion and interiors before leaving the world of design to pursue a career in social media. She can now be found chasing the light — and two small twin boys.

26 thoughts on “103 weeks today! | Lovely Loaf

  1. Oh my!!! These are amazing pieces. We’re about to start redecorating the girls’ room with a bunk bed and new colour scheme. I know where, I’ll be looking first for inspiration now!! Thanks for sharing xx

  2. Oh goodness me, what stunning pieces. Adore these. Totally your taste too. Would love to see girl bedroom items. Fantastic post darling. I too have been busy getting inspiration for our house. Look forward to seeing more of this from you. Xxx

    1. Thanks pet — so lovely of you! I will do a girls’ bedroom post very soon — I have some old photos that I’d like to do a little post on! Its not furniture but it’s girls’ decor!! Maybe I’ll do TWO — one for furniture as well!? X

  3. These all look amazing and perfect timing as I am about to redo Buba’s nursery into a big boy bedroom. Lovely ideas here. Never heard of them before but will be looking now. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme

  4. Lovely furniture, I didn’t know Loaf before and I will definitely will check it for my next apartment

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