When I lived in London, one of my favourite places to visit on a Saturday over in Shoreditch was House of Hackney. The day I left the capital was actually the day they held a sample sale and I was so close to cancelling my train and standing in line for hours to get my hands on some leaf printed goodies. 

This leaf print is one thing I want to add to my living room in the form of two huge cushions – I think the green would really work against the petrol blue of my couch but so far, I’ve not found any that are purse friendly, although there are a few sellers in the US which I can reach through Etsy.

If you’re not familiar with House of Hackney then it’s infamous for it’s eclectic prints and patterns, and although it’s definitely got some credit card pieces, if you want to achieve a little of that Hackney look there are some less expensive bits. I’ve decided to pull together ten of my favourite pieces across clothing and homeware – how could I not throw the odd pineapple in?!

Although I love both these dresses – so 60’s – I really love the blue palm leaf ceramic soap dispenser. And for £28, it’s hardly going to break the bank. This brand will definitely sway opinions, I’d love to know which camp you’re in. Yay or nay?

1. Peoneden Ada Button Back Dress £95.00 2. Small Envelope Wash Bag £30.00 3. Tarovine Pineapple Lamp £495.00 4. Ceramic Square Pump Soap Dispenser £28.00 5. Kew Gardens “Long Tom” Plant Pot £30.00 6. Palmeral Large Linen Cushion £148.00 7. Palmeral Teapot £70.00 8. Round Tray Table £365.00 9. Pineapple Book Ends £165.00 10. Fluro Lilly Dress £285.00

About Victoria

Hello! I'm Victoria, the founder of multi-award winning interior design blog, Apartment Number 4. I can't wait to share my tips and tricks on creating a beautiful place to live on a budget, regardless of whether you're living in your forever home or your home that's perfect for now.

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