St Aidan’s Homeware Store was set up by art director Joe McIntyre. Joe has worked on some of Britain’s leading homes and lifestyle magazines and is passionate about interior design. Over the years, directing style shoots and visiting beautiful homes all over the country, he was continuously spotting new and unusual homeware. Finally, in the summer of 2012, Joe launched the homeware store he’d be imagining for years and named it in memory of his brother. Joe’s eye for style and for sourcing quirky and different pieces for the home is immediately evident on visiting staidanshomewarestore.co.uk – from vintage items to whimsical tea towels and exclusive printed cushions.
Regular visitors to mywarehousehome.com will know that we’re huge fans of the current copper trend – so it will come as no surprise that, while browsing through St Aidan’s Homeware Store, we fell in love with this Copper wall clock. With its simple long copper shards forming the hour and minute hands, the Karlsson copper wall clock is perfect for a minimalist interior. Measuring 76cm in diameter, it will make a striking feature on your wall. And we say it’s a very reasonably priced way to channel the copper trend. Our tip: the copper wall clock will look fantastic against a raw concrete wall, if you have one, or against one of these realistic concrete wallpapers from Decor Wallpaper, BODIE and FOU or John Lewis, if you want to create that effect with minimal effort and fuss!
Copper wall clock, by Karlsson, £37.50, St Aidan’s Homeware Store
If you enjoyed this feature, there are plenty of other unique and unusual items of homeware and lighting to be found in our dedicated Copper section and on Pinterest.
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