5 October 2016

MY FAVOURITE MAGAZINES AND WIN THIS STYLISH MOROCCAN PALM WOVEN PLATE

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One of my fave pastimes is pottering around at home, rearranging things and generally creating pockets of pretty in the flat. I'm a visual person so good aesthetics helps me feel calm, happy and generally keeps me positive. So any chance to create a space to sit, chill and be inspired by some of my favourite magazine is ace for me.
my favourite magazines, design magazines, moroccan design, interiors for home, design storageNow that the kiddo has managed to fill my wooden magazine rack with his picture books, I've had to find an alternative spot for my growing magazine collection. I love keeping my latest reads nearby for some quick inspiration, so when I received this super stylish over sized Moroccan plate from online store Postcards Home, I knew exactly what to do with it.

Apart from looking cool on display and being the perfect size for keeping fruit and autumnal finds in the lounge, I'm kinda loving how it looks with my design magazines all piled up. It's always great to find products which are multi-functional *yay* and if you are looking for some inspirations then some of my favourite magazines might be right up your street.
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I love using this palm woven plate by bed, it looks great on the old upcylced chest and the twisted woven handles are perfect to carry my stock pile into any room to chill. The quality of the weave is beautiful and it makes a great statement piece. I'm even thinking about hanging it on the wall with other neutral textured pieces to create a dreamy bohemian look, and how cool would it look with this throw!

my favourite magazines, design magazines, moroccan design, interiors for home, design storage, postcards homeThe lovely people over at Postcard Home have given one of you lovely lot the chance to win a touch of Moroccan style for your home, all you need to do is enter using the options below for a chance to win the giveaway. Good Luck!

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53 comments

  1. Absolutely love it! This totally fits with my current basket obsession. Think I might use mine as an in-tray on my desk

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  2. fruit or a bread basket
    from samantha price

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  3. To be honest I don't know what I'd use it for just yet, I like to bring things home and see where they settle. Sometimes it takes a few attempts to bring out the full potential of all my bits and bobs.

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  4. I would use it to keep my books on xx

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  5. Ooh ALL the pretty! These magazines are all gorgeous - and that plate is beautiful too. x

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  6. I think I would steal your idea and use it for magazines :)

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  7. Well there's a coincidence, that's my favourite thing to do at home too :-)

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  8. This is so pretty , it would look great with the kids conker collection! My fave indie magazine at the moment is Betty, it's so good!

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  9. I would use it to serve homemade bread :)

    Amanda

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  10. it would be a centerpiece

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  11. I would use the moroccan woven plate to place my material on in my sewing corner.

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  12. My husband would use it for styling the wonderful photos he takes of the vegetables he grows in the garden

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  13. Oh I love it, must get a new mag not done that in ages!

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  14. In my craft room - handy to keep my bits together when I am cardmaking

    KATHY D


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  15. For the cross stitch embroidery kit that I am working on :)

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  16. OMG I'm so in love with this! I would use it as a display plate for my current display "fruit" bowl, which has fir cones, stones, shells, dried flowers and other special things my son has collected for me.

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  17. I'd love to put our fresh fruit in it, we buy so much!

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  18. i would use it to put my bits and bobs in x

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  19. I love your style hun every time what a wonderful giveaway. One I have my fingers crossed for. :) Hope all is well and to catch you at an event soon.

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  20. Gabrielle Powell6 October 2016 at 15:11

    I'd use it on my coffee table for magazines

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  21. I would use it to put fruit in, it will look fab

    Kirsty Fox

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  22. looks great , good for decoration too.

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  23. Good luck to everyone and thanks so much for the opportunity!

    Caz | Style Lingua

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  24. I love this woven plate - so stylish. I really need to find some time to rearrange and organise my home - like you said it really helps one feel calmer

    Laura x

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  25. To carry all my dried washing from the airing cupboard and would keep it hanging on the wall

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  26. I think books that I'm currently reading would be a good idea.

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  27. For the little things I always put somewhere safe then can never remember where I've put them

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  28. I would use it in some of my food pics as a tray

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  29. I'd put some pot pourri on it.

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  30. I think it'd be very useful for a number of storage ideas...

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  31. I love it. I think I'd hang it on the wall. I'm guilty of filling bowls full of crap so I could admire it better hung up.

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  32. Gorgeous plate, I would use it to put little bowls of nibbles on :)

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  33. i would put it in the hallway and put some smellies in it.

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  34. Just as a nice display piece. (@PeanutHog)

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  35. It would make a perfect bread basket

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  36. I would use it for beauty products.

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  37. I would keep my candles and joss sticks etc in it -not lit off course!!!

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  38. I'd keep my jewellery in it, looks lovely

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  39. I would use it in the bathroom to store towels. It's lovely, thank you for the chance.

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  40. I would use it to keep my make up on

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  41. Probably for serving Croissants for breakfast

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  42. Well, at Christmas (sorry to mention it so early) I would display my collection of very old glass baubles, too fragile now to hang on the tree, mixed with a variety of pine cones.

    Ann W

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  43. My sons bits and bats that they spread everywhere!

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