RedBrick Mill shopping day!

Afternoon lovelies!

A few weeks back Lorna and I visited Redbrick Mill in Batley. This place is basically heaven for anyone who loves buying bits to spruce up their home.. I fit fully into that category for sure!
They have a great website where you can have a browse at all the brands they stock and also check out any offers and events they might have on before you visit. 

Lorna has published a rather brilliant post about the 3/4 hours we spent at RedBrick Mill here but I wanted to share a few photos of some of my fave items that I spotted as we walked around the many sections of the store! Redbrick don't actually sell through their website but I've managed to find links to sites where you can buy the items if you don't get a chance to visit the store!

The lighting section of Redbrick is by far the best lighting section I’ve seen in any department store in a long time- they have some really stunning statement lighting pieces that I would love to have in my home one day! Redbrick stock a large selection of lighting pieces by Heals and I must say i fell in love with a few bits-

This lightbox is something im seriously thinking of purchasing very soon… I love how the face is interchangeable so you can add different quotes to match your mood. The pack comes with a selection of different faces but also a blank sheet for you to do some DIY on- I’m SUCH a sucker for motivational quotes so I'd choose something along those lines so create an extra sheet. 

Oh i NEED this right now!These Vegaz lights are also made by Heals. If I wanted to spell 'Holly' it would set me back a whopping £1717.. maybe just a 'H' will do eh!

These beaut Plumen bulbs caught my eye.. I'd love to have a couple of these in my attic room eventually.. although I don't have a bloody clue how you fit them!?

Aren't these mugs just super cute?!

The homewares selection at Redbrick is so huge.. I got slightly over excited by everything and didn't snap as many photos as I'd planned!

In the general homeware department I was instantly drawn to the Tom Dixon range-

I love this marble chopping board- i'm so in to marble at the moment so this is going on my kitchen wishlist for sure! If i was to have this in my kitchen I would use it to serve nice breads on and use the gold dish part for balsamic oil in for dipping. 

OH how ascetically pleasing is this pestle and mortar?! Marble and accessory heaven for me! I'd be making pesto a lot with this!

I also spotted these amazing bookmarks made from etched sheet brass.. the pointing hand is my fave!

The Tom Dixon candle range is dreamy too... copper, gold and silver candles. The larger candles have marble tops on them. OHHH these hit everything I am loving at the moment..candles,marble and copper!

After lusting over the Tom Dixon range at Redbrick, I've been looking through the Tom Dixon website and found some amazing pieces that I'd love to buy.. one day!

Of course I couldn't come away from a homewares place without buying something, so I picked up this cute Heals cushion. It was originally £37 but reduced to £10- bargain! 

Although this one isn't on the Heals website anymore there are some gorgeous ones available here

Have you visited Redbrick Mill before? 
Which brand is your fave for homeware?


No comments

Post a Comment

© Tea and blush • Theme by Maira G.