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Ideas for Using or Styling our Black Rubber Serving Tray

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Ideas for Using or Styling our Black Rubber Serving Tray

Here are White Black Grey, we LOVE a product with longevity, and versatility. Absolutely smashing it on these criteria is this black rubber serving tray, by SEJ Design, yours for only £40 at the time of writing.      Copenhagen-based SEJ Design, have been producing products from PUR rubber for over 130 years. Their beautiful range of sleekly minimal trays and pots are by far our best selling range here at White Black Grey, and it's not hard to see why.  To illustrate the versatility of these fabulous homewares, we've styled up the black rubber serving tray for different uses...

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Minimal Christmas Styling Ideas Round-up

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Minimal Christmas Styling Ideas Round-up

December is upon us once more. It can only mean one thing... for many people at least, it's time to decorate for Christmas! We've scoured every corner of the internet (well, mainly Pinterest) to bring you our round-up of awesome styling ideas if you're looking to rock a minimal or Scandi vibe this Christmas. 

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Spotted: Nichba Design

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Spotted: Nichba Design

Hello! Welcome to our latest Spotted blog post. The idea of this blog series is to feature brands we think our readers, as fellow monochrome enthusiasts, might rate. Today, the brand we're featuring is Nichba Design. Based in the north of Denmark, Nichba are makers of über-cool black metal homewares. Founded by Nichlas B. Andersen as little more than a hobby when he was working as a blacksmith's apprentice, Nichba design has gone from strength to strength, and is now an internationally respected brand, with their timeless offering of statement interiors pieces. The 'statement' pieces to which I am most drawn (and have safely pinned for our future...

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A Minimlist's Haven on the Norfolk Broads

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A Minimlist's Haven on the Norfolk Broads

We were lucky enough to have a little family weekend away recently. For various reasons; some personal, some green, we're mostly holidaying in the UK these days. There are so many beautiful parts of the country to explore, and we've decided that since we're spending less on the journey, we can treat ourselves to a higher calibre of accommodation. For example...  Oh yes. That's right, we're talking seriously sexy accommodation. This is The Water Cabin, a charming little 1930s waterside holiday home in the Norfolk Broads, renovated with great éclat by The Nor-folk.   I followed Fiona and Bobby's renovation of the Water Cabin on...

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Ideas for using Concrete in Interior Design

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Ideas for using Concrete in Interior Design

I suppose concrete could be considered a divisive material. I might even go so far as to put it in the "Marmite" category (i.e. you either love it or hate it, for those outside the UK). In my younger days (by which I mean the late 1980s / early 1990s when I was growing up), I remember thinking of concrete as nothing but an eye-sore. A material I associated with unfriendly industrial facades, run-down shopping centres and monolithic multi-storey car parks. This gem was in good old Southend-on-Sea: I don't know whether it's my aesthetic sensibilities that have changed, or...

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