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modern design’s new home

there seem to be wealth of online home and furniture stores popping up all over the place just now, but one that keeps catching my eye is fashion for home.

designed to be your one-stop online destination for beautiful contemporary and designer furniture at high street prices, they boast an enormously extensive and truly inspiring range from some of the best european design companies, including furnitive, red living, mi puro and (my favourites), studio copenhagen.

with a regularly updated collection of designer pieces on offer, the main idea behind the brand is that you are able to buy into the latest style trends without the excessive designer price tags, as each product  is made-to-order, allowing them to keep their overheads to a minimum, and keep their  product offerings on-trend and ahead of the game.

they are also incredibly keen to enage with their community, inviting you to voice your opinion on the designs in their innovative voting area. if a piece of furniture you voted for makes it into the online shop, you will automatically receive a 10% discount on that specific item  – isn’t that a fabulous idea!?

browsing the website i instantly spotted some beautiful designs that i’d love to clutter my home up with! here are some of my favourite picks:

| 1. dowel armchair | 2. clouds coffee table set | 3. copine coffee table | 4. phoenix coat rack | 5. casatua daybed | 6. kyma led lamp | 7. bandha bed | 8. boomerang sideboard |

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  1. I’m loving the fabulous furniture range from stylish online homewares store @ffh_uk! Which are your favourite pieces? http://t.co/4eVBnyRe

  2. RT @fabricofmylife: I’m loving the fabulous furniture range from stylish online homewares store @ffh_uk! Which are your favourite pieces? http://t.co/4eVBnyRe

  3. New blog: modern design’s new home http://t.co/l0ArL2F5

  4. I love these looks – they all seem very uncluttered! There’s something a bit Scandi-chic about them! Great Post!