An interior brand I love: Trouva



I'm on a mission to introduce you to some of the UK's cutest interior stockists. Whether you're an interior stylist, budding interior assistant or just love finding home decoration sites to spruce up your home, keep an eye on this feature.

I'm working hard to collect a little black book with a list of favourite shops, so that for ANY interior look you want to achieve, all that's needed is a glance through my little black book to know where you'll find the goods. 

Last week I shared with you one of my all time favourite websites to find inspiring prints and wall art for your home, and even gave you a sneak peek of my bedroom makeover using those gorgeous products of theirs.

This week let me introduce a brand I'm new to, with a very 'sharing is caring' ethos you'll love. 



The brand is Trouva

Trouva are all about inspiring individuality. They work alongside some of the UK's talented independent designers to curate a marketplace full of unique finds for your home. 

I would probably say Trouva fits for more contemporary home styles although if you like to mix old and new, you'll find something too. They've curated a marketplace full of to die for geometric shaped lighting, cutting edge soft furnishings, and some of the sweetest patterned fabrics that would give any bed or sofa a facelift of joy in colour. 

If you're loving the scandinavian home trends at the mo, Trouva is a great place to shop for accessories in that vein. I love Scandinavian style, but sometimes feel that the scandi trend can be too stark black and white - monochrome isn't really my thing. I would introduce abstract colourful cushions and dip-dyed pastels to give it more warmth, and Trouva has a whole store brimming with joyous designs like this. 

I've got to show you some of my personal favourites from the website. First up, check out this handy chalkboard wall vinyl that would instantly jazz up an open plan space, office or kitchen. A particular hit with busy mum's I would imagine, this vinyl is unbelievably easy to stick up on a blank wall. No DIY skills needed (hooray). 

I would pair it with a peg board (like the one below) and use it to store chalks and pens, as well as some freestanding retro shelves or a console table styled with succulents underneath to give it balance. 

So, if you're channeling the modern vibe on a home decoration project, or fancy some new accessories to jazz up shelving or a bed or sofa, pay Trouva a wee visit. 

You'll end up with half the store on your wishlist (and you'll be supporting lots of independent designers in doing so!)



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