Honey I'm Home

It's already March and that means its Spring! When I think of Spring I think of flowers and when I think of flowers I think of bees. Bees are beautiful creatures that we could not live without - honey comb is a design feature I don't think I could live without! The geometric pattern that assembles is a perfect natural creation that can add depth and texture to any space. So to celebrate the return of the bees here are some ways to bring honey comb into your homes. 

Tiles

These small tiles are a subtle nod to honey comb within an interior. Use neutral tones is a safe way to make them blend into your space but still add a nice touch. 

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Image Source Houzz

Shelving 

These shelves are a great twist on an old classic! Gone are the days of boring horizontal shelves, welcome the shelves that double up as wall art too - creative, chic and multi purpose - perfect. 

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Image Source SanDiego-Shutters

Storage 

These sweet little storage boxes are great for desks or consoles. The different heights also give the piece more depth and the coloured and reflective lids help to bring a bit of brightness.  

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Image Source The Design Files

Wallpaper

This wallpaper by Cole & Son is a bold but brilliant choice if you are feeling confident in your love of honey comb. Perfect for a feature wall but still quite neutral so won't be too alarming on the eyes. Go on, Bee brave! 

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Image Source Apartment Therapy 

Mirrors 

These brilliant mirrors are sold separately so you can create you own unique pattern making sure that no one else's will look the same. The fact that they're bronze makes these an on trend masterpiece. 

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Image Source HubPages

Add something sweet to your home and bring in some honey! Have you already got honey comb in your home? I'd love to see what you've done and how you've incorporated it into your spaces. Please feel free to post them below or post them on the Facebook page. Feel free to view my portfolio online www.sophiehowarddesign.co.uk to like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/sophiehowardinteriors and to follow us on twitter www.twitter.com/SHowardsMusings 

Hope this post inspired you to get creative with honey comb! 

Much love, 

Sophie