eBay Collections is a new Pinterest-style way of shopping the realms of eBay and get inspirations from other members of the community. It’s interactive and super visual, which makes it so fun. In fact, if you are anything like me and can spend hours trawling through search results, then be warned, eBay Collections are addictive.
In a nutshell, each Collection is themed making it easy for you to find what interests you most. Say you’re looking for items for your living room. You’ve spotted a sofa and would like to bookmark it. You can do this by simply “adding it to your collection”. Once you’ve completed your living room collection, you can go back and click on each item to go straight through to buy them. It’s THAT easy.
I love to flick through other bloggers’ Collections for inspiration. And I can seriously spend an evening doing this as there is so much to see.
If you are interested in browsing through my Collections, click here. I created 12 boards featuring some of my favourite eBay finds. As you would expect, my Collections are mainly based around interior design.
My favourite boards are Danish Design Classics, Art Deco and Nauticalia. All three feature design periods, antiques and lifestyles that I am very interested in and love to incorporate in my own home. Before creating these boards I honestly didn’t have any idea about the amount of bargains listed on eBay especially when it comes to secondhand furniture.
I will be adding more stuff regularly, so please follow my boards and have fun creating your own Collections. If you like, leave me a comment with a link to your boards below and I’ll make sure to follow you.
This post was created in partnership with eBay.
Did you notice the spring sunshine last weekend? I love sitting by the window and, if the weather allows it, on my balcony. Snoozing in the sun and reading a magazine is one of my favourite things to do. Now that we’ll hopefully get more sunshine, I’m planing on rejuvenating my window space. And that usually means that it’s “time to go to IKEA” to look for some new textiles, plants, vases and lamps and more.
Below are some of my favourite products from IKEA’s spring collection. Take a look…
1 - GULSPORRE curtains, 1 pair, £10 || 2 - LINDVED side table, 50x68cm, white, £15
3 - HERMINE throw 120x180cm, beige/pink, £15 || 4 - HÖGTIDLIG finial white 2-pack, £6
5 – SKURAR plant pot, off-white, £2 || 6 - EKTORP Armchair, Edsken dark grey, £330
7 - HEDBLOMSTER cushion 50x60cm, £15
How are you going to spruce up your favourite window seat?
All images c/o IKEA.
First of all, big apologies for my lack of blogging. It’s been a manic few weeks and I’m only just getting my head wrapped around my trip to New York which has come around so quickly. I can’t actually believe that I’ll be there in less than two weeks… Completed unrelated to New York, I recently found these super minimal studio spaces by Stryntrappa, a stairway design company from Norway. It was less the stairs and more than spaces themselves than drew me to these pictures. Have a look. Perhaps you can see why.
All images via stryntrappa.no