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  • Behind The Scenes : Homemaker Magazine's #PimpMyDeckie entry

    Homemaker Magazine #PimpMyDeckie entry Ice-cream shades, Holidays and Coastal memories provide the inspiration behind Homemaker Magazines's entry

    Fabric SelectionHomemaker Magazine's entry was conceived, designed and made by Corinne Bradd, In House Crafts Project Designer.  "I’ve always lived by the coast and deckchairs were an integral part of my ‘70’s childhood holidays. I wanted to create a luxury version that reflected the colours of summer. I started by blending ice-cream shades of chalk paint then added a little sparkle to the corners of the frame using mixed metal leaf flakes to imitate sunlight reflecting off the sea. I’m a bit of a quilt addict so a pastel, padded patchwork runner was the obvious choice to recover the seat. Hand-stitched across the existing canvas, I added pads of extra wadding between the lines of stitching to plump up the quilt. In addition I created a large ‘pocket’ at the top of the deckchair to act as a pillow case.

    Like what you see? Vote For Homemaker Magazine's Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button

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    Homemaker's Deckchair

    Corinne Bradd from Homemaker Magazine

     

    About Corinne Bradd: Corinne Bradd has worked for Aceville Publications for more years than she cares to count. As In House Crafts Project Designer for a number of creative titles including Homemaker her work is varied and never boring. A childhood spent sewing, painting and gluing things together has resulted in a dream job that allows her to spend time with her daughter while filling her house with ‘lovely stuff’.

  • Behind The Scenes: Alternative Eden's #PimpMyDeckie

    Alternative Eden_PimpMyDeckie Agave inspiration from Alternative Eden

    Centre of an agave plantMark, of Mark and Gaz the duo behind Alternative Eden says "We decided to use our separate chairs to combine to a "whole" by creating an image of an Agave. Using fabric paint to create each half of the image. We grow a number of agaves and other succulents in the garden so it was an easy choice to use an Agave plant, plus the plants are roughly symmetrical so it would form a unified image.

    Like what you see? Vote For Alternative Edens' Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button

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    Mark from Alternative EdenGaz from Alternative EdenAbout Alternative Eden: Mark & Gaz are the creative duo behind Alternative Eden which follows the story of their garden, as they create a taste of the tropics in the UK. Their philosophy is to create an exotic effect using mostly hardy plants with some more tender accent plants in pots.  Mark says "We have been creating an exotic garden in Bedfordshire over the last ten years, the garden has been a real labour of love turning a fairly normal residential garden into a tropical escape. Its our real Alternative Eden!"

  • Behind The Scenes: Bloom & Wild's #PimpMyDeckie Entry

    Bloom & Wildflower Deckie entry The Bloom & Wildflower Deckie

    Ophelia Boquet Olivia from Bloom & Wild says "The inspiration behind our deckie was lazy summer afternoons spent in an English Country garden, and of course, flowers are such a huge part of that. We used our bouquet The Ophelia, as the light wood of the deckie complemented the hot pinks and deep purples of the scented stocks perfectly. The jam jars containing posies of limonium and roses were to create an impression of wildflowers gathered in the afternoon sun - we didn't want it to look too manicured - we wanted to keep our blooms wild, just like our name!

     

    Like what you see? Vote For Bloom & Wilds' Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button.

     

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    At Bloom & Wild, we make selecting and sending the perfect gift feel as good as opening it. From freshly-cut flowers delivered through the letterbox to hand-tied bouquets, our gifts are designed to surprise. Always beautifully presented, and delivered the next day. Download our free app or visit our easy-to-use site to choose from our stylish flower collection. We can even remind you of your important dates so you’ll never miss a special occasion again. Styling suggestions for arranging your blooms can be found in your gift card on the back of the box.

  • Behind The Scenes : Joelix.com's #PimpMyDeckie Entry

    Joelix.com's #PimpMyDeckieOf her entry into #PimpMyDeckie Judith says "For my Deckie I aimed to create a green seating. Of course I don’t want anyone to sit on my cacti, so I opted for some soft and wild grass from our garden. And because I’m dreaming of a little summer getaway, I chose this pale blue for the deckchair and hung a print of one of my photos on the wall. I created a little jungle of fig trees and a coconut palm, served a refreshing drink and pineapple on the side: voilà! Here’s my green summer deckie! I hope you like it because if I win, I will donate my prize to the wonderful Kew Gardens Foundation. Have a great summer!"

    Like what you see? Vote For Joelix.com' Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button.

     

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    About Judith de Graaff:

    Judith de Graaff is a Dutch graphic designer who lives in an abandoned factory just outside of Paris. With her husband she has renovated the industrial space into a comfortable home and workspace. Their home has been featured on Design*Sponge and in IKEA Family Live Magazine.
    Judith writes a lifestyle blog called JOELIX.com where she shares anything from cool new design shops in Paris, her home renovation, beautiful typography she discovers on her travels and lots of plants & green hotspots around the world.
    Together with Igor Josifovic (Happy Interior Blog), Judith founded Urban Jungle Bloggers, an online community that aims to bring more plants into homes & blogs.

  • Behind The Scenes : Lotts & Lots #PimpMyDeckie entry

     

    Lotts & Lots PimpMyDeckie Zesty inspiration from Lotts & Lots #PimpMyDeckie entry

    Lotts & Lots deckinging in progress

     

    Of her #PimpMyDeckie entry, Charlotte from Lotts & Lots says "My inspiration for the deck chair was lemons! I really loved the simple rustic style of the base chair and wanted to create a decoration that was rustic and elegant to compliment it. As I started to create my design I kept dreaming of Sicilian lemon groves and imagined myself sitting in this chair sipping lemonade on a hot summers day in an Italian garden! Colour is PimpMyDeckie in progressreally important to me so I went with these soft zesty lemon and lime shades with a dash of white to really compliment the grey of the chair. I also love ribbons and the different textures you can create with fabrics, I kept my fabrics on the sheer side so you could see the different colours build up through the design. I had so much fun putting this together, It's my own piece of Italy to enjoy at home!

     

    Like what you see? Vote For Lotts & Lots Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button

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    About Charlotte Smith from Lotts & Lots:

    Charlotte Smith writes the blog Lotts and Lots sharing her love of DIY's and creative living. Her biggest DIY project to date is renovating and Edwardian house with her husband which she shares on her blog. When she isn't up a ladder she is either Styling The Seasons on Instagram or teaching jewellery making workshops in London and the South East.

     

  • Behind The Scenes : Torie Jayne's #PimpMyDeckie Entry

    Bumblebee Deckchair by Torie Jayne Simple elegant detail including a beautiful cross stitch bee from Torie Jayne

    Deckchair Inspiration for Torie Jayne's #PimpMyDeckie entryOf her Bumblebee Deckchair, Torie Jayne says "I was inspired by a cross stitch paper lampshade I made recently for my Summer House that featured three bumblebees on in a colour palette of mauves, lilacs, duck egg blues and turquoise that match back to the colours of flowers in my garden.  I also wanted to bring in the lace detail of my hanging planters so I added a cotton broderie lace trim in the softest duck egg blue colour."

    Like what you see? Vote For Torie Jayne' Entry on Facebook or via Instagram here. Vote by hitting the 'Like' button

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    Torie JayneAbout Torie Jayne:  Torie Jayne is a successful designer, blogger and author with a keen interest in creating pretty interiors for the home. Her blog, toriejayne.com, receives over 100,000 hits a month, and features her trademark  beautiful saturated pastels in craft and sewing tutorials, inspiring interiors, as well as gluten free baking and other inspirational finds.

     

     

     

     

     

  • Vote for your favourite in our #PimpMyDeckie Competition

    Voting has now gone live for our #PimpMyDeckie Competition with entries from Torie Jayne, Joelix.com, Alternative Eden, Lotts & Lots, Bloom & Wild, Homemaker Magazine and Trend Daily all competing for your vote.

    Showcasing Summer to the max our Deckie has been transformed with bees, grass, agave's, lemons, wildflowers, stripes and gold glimmer by our contestants.

    The OTI Team all have their personal favourites but who will you vote for?  Voting ends 08/07/15 (Midday GMT) and the only way you can vote for your favourite is by visiting either our Facebook page and Instagram accounts to vote. 

    Vote via Facebook here  |  Vote via Instagram here   (Vote by hitting the 'Like' button against your favourite)

    PimpMyDeckie overview

  • If You Like...You Will Like...

    Period Living's #PimpMyFrench entry played with cross stitch, teal and pink to create an Isabelle with quirky charm.  If you liked the colours and techniques they employed then we think you'll like our complimentary suggestions...

    Pink & Teal mood board inspired by Period Living's #PimpMyFrench entry

    1. Falda Chair £170   2. Shaila Parasol £85  3. Paise Display Board  £63

    4. Colette Console Table £495 5. Carmela Candlesticks  £99 6. Vinolas Vintage Cases £70

  • Jenny's Top Garden Picks

    If you're on our mailing list you may have noticed that we are all about the garden at the moment!  We have brought so many exciting garden-y things on board over the last few months we could be mistaken at first glance for an alfresco furniture store.  (Rest assured we are simply excited about the summer)! The  choice of garden furniture here at Out There Interiors whether its rattan, metal or wood is frankly overwhelming. So with this in mind I thought I'd select my top picks to help narrow down your choices.

    Top Pick: High End Rattan

    high rise rattan furnitureThe very definition of 'high' end rattan! Can you really do without this mind blowing double story grown-up play house?

     

    Top Pick: Wooden Garden Furniture

    stylish wooden garden furnitureTake your paired-back retro style into the garden with this super-chic Scandinavian style sofa set.

     

    Top Pick: Metal Garden Furniture

    contemporary coloured garden chairsI'm usually all over elaborate wrought iron, but this year I'm in love with these 'big circle' contemporary metal garden chairs. In a choice of on-trend colours.

     

    Top Pick: Affordable Rattan

    grey garden furnitureIt's all about the chairs! Our Saba dining set with its shapely curved back armchairs makes a stylish and unexpected statement. Personally I love the contemporary grey.

     

    Top Pick: Garden Accessory

    pink garden fountainOoh. This bright pink wrought iron water fountain has caused some arguments in our office! Yes, I suppose it IS all wrong. But that's why I love it.

     

  • If You Like... You Will Like...

    Courage & Dash's #PimpMyFrench entry was a mixture of Midas touches with a hidden surprise inside.   If you liked this entry, we think you will like our complimentary suggestions...

    courage1. Lydiamarie Shagreen Cabinet  £770  2. Arabelle Stripy Chest of Drawers £1,030

    3. Avaron Coffee Table £629  4. Hallianna Garland Lighting £85

    5. Hilde Deer Head (Orange) £65  6. Hilde Deer Head (Yellow) £65

    7. Westra Cabinet  £1,150

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