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Where to shop to update your home décor this spring

Spring is all about bringing new life into your home. So, we’ve rounded up our 5 fave interior stores that’ll help transform your space in no time.

The Biscuit Factory

16 Stoddart Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AN 

Searching for the next interior design trend to bring the ‘wow’ factor into your home? Look no further than The Biscuit Factory. We know what you’re thinking – your first port of call for a home refresh isn’t normally the local art gallery, right? But this gallery is a one-stop-shop for all our décor desires.

Whether you’re after the minimalistic vibes of the Japandi interior trend or if the Maximalism trend with bold colours and rich textures is more on your level, there’s are interior style for everyone here. Even if you have no idea where to start and need some interiors inspiration, you’re in safe and stylish hands here as the gallery is staffed with some proper experts in the aesthetics field who are there to help you out.

Fire & Co

Simonside Industrial Estate, Shaftesbury Avenue, South Shields NE34 9PH

Whether you’re needing some inspiration on what décor you’d like to incorporate into your home or you have a few ideas but aren’t sure how to pull them all together, Fire & Co are here to the rescue.

You’ll have your breath taken by their stunning 7,000 square foot showroom, packed to the rafters with luxurious furniture and home décor.

From classic monochrome vibes to copper tonal panelling and bright feature walls, Fire & Co have everything we could ever dream of (and more) to help bring some showroom style into our homes – whilst keeping plenty of personality in there, too.


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Sick of the sight of those same four walls? FIKA LIVING is here to help us find something unique and different for our homes that you know no one else will have.

With all things minimal and rattan being bang on trend this season, FIKA’S modern Scandinavian collection is the perfect place for us to turn to. As you browse their site, you’ll be blown away by their beautiful items that’ll fit perfectly in every room of your home.

Made with the best quality and a wonderful mix of colours, materials and textures, you’ll end up with a piece (or pieces) that you’ll treasure forever, and that will never go out of fashion. So you definitely get what you pay for! 

HLN top tip: Make sure you check on the ‘new’ section of the website, so you don’t miss any new gorgeous additions.

Kay Carter Studio

Light House Art Space, Northumberland Street, North Shields NE30 1DS

Wanting to add an extra bit of colour into your home this springtime, without breaking the bank? These beautiful, handmade home accessories in a variety of eye-catching terrazzo and marbled designs do just that.

Based in Light House Art Space, take some time out to look through Kay’s quirky and customisable eco-concrete creations, each made with love. From vases and plant pots to coasters and trays, these home accessories will definitely bring some vibrancy and colour into your home this season.

Barrel & Bird

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Are rustic, industrial designs more on your style radar? Barrel & Bird make stylish furniture and home accessories from reclaimed scaffold boards – meaning every piece is unique, so you won’t find anything like them on the high street.

From rope shelves to scaffold planters, there’s a wide range of products to choose from to help add something new to your home this spring. Our HLN fave is their Rustic Bath Caddy, which acts as the perfect companion for that stress-free soak after a hard day’s work.

Oh, we almost forgot to mention – you must have a browse through their centrepieces! Simply showstopping, they’re really impressive and can be changed up to suit every season.


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Rachael Nichol
Creative Solutions Manager

After gaining a first in her BA Media and Journalism degree at Northumbria University, Rachael worked at Newcastle’s leading regional newspaper with her stories being picked up in national and global newspapers She spent two very successful years giving a voice to those communities across the North East who otherwise…


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