Greek Key - pure linen bed linen set
- 28.00 GBP
At the risk of sounding super dorky, I'll admit that I've read the Twilight series... more than once. And sure, if I had to pick, I guess I'd say I'm on Team Jacob, but I mean... I wouldn't exactly call myself a Twi-hard. So what if I saw "New Moon" at midnight?! Alright, fine, I'm kind of a Twilighter... but I'm definitely not alone! After all, it's hard not to succumb to the year's ultimate guilty pleasure when you're surrounded by it everywhere you look -- and in light of the "New Moon" Westwood premiere last Monday, "fanpire" fever is undoubtedly in full effect if it hasn't been already! T-shirts, jewelry, makeup... you can hardly go into your favorite store anymore without seeing something emblazoned with R-Pattz's face on it. However, despite my borderline inappropriate crush on Taylor Lautner, I'm a firm believer that there are certain boundaries that need to be observed when it comes to obsessing. Sure, the very nature of the vampire-centric series is eerie in itself, but some Twilight toys and t-shirts take fangirl freakiness to a whole new level. I mean, what is the purpose of a life-size cardboard cutout? And no matter how badly you may want your own icy Edward Cullen to snuggle with, do you really need a duvet cover with his face on it? Vote below on what "New Moon" paraphernalia is the most ridiculous!
by Ida Hsiang
It's time to spice things up at home, and not just in the bedroom either! While we would all love to be jet-setters and fly off to exotic places halfway across the world, it is not a possibility for many of us due to money, time or both. Although the mysticism of far away lands may be enticing, but not quite within reach at the moment, these sumptuous luxuries and richly saturated materials can be brought back and enjoyed in your own home. With ethnic African and safari-inspired prints that make your living area feel like a trip to the savannah, richly saturated and beautifully decorated rugs and home accents that make you feel like you're laying back in a Persian palace, and the minimalist sophistication of Asian-inspired pieces that help give you a peaceful and meditative state, you can take a trip around the world in the comfort of your own home. Click on the slideshow to see some home decor that will add the alluring glamour of distant destinations to your living space.