Shopping Spotlight – Culture Vulture

Zinc Glass Frames* RRP £9.99, Culture Vulture Direct
Kuthira Hanging Frames* RRP £19.99, Culture Vulture Direct

One of my favourite things about owning my own home is the fact I get to decide what goes on my walls. No posters of bands i’ve never heard of, no photos of kids I’m not related to, just things that are relevant to me and my princess. All my walls in my house are cream giving a nice blank canvas so I really have taken liberties in covering the walls. Although I have canvases and quotes, my favourite things to hang up are photos. I think that’s because it was what covered the walls in my parents home growing up. I take a lot of photos so I’m always on the look out for pretty new frames. So when I was offered some home ware to review from Culture Vulture, a website that has been on my house tab in my book marks since I found out I was moving last year, I instantly chose some photo frames as I hadn’t hung any photos from our trip to Disneyland Paris yet.
The first frame isn’t actually one frame, it’s a string of five 6×5 frames which is now home to some of my favourite snaps from our trip. The Kuthira Hanging Frames* is retails for a nice £19.99, which when you split it up, is about £4 per frame, you’re average price for a pretty 6×4 frame, right? The style echos the Aegean Coast, one of my favourite places in the world and would look perfect hanging in a kitchen or bathroom however in my house, it’s new home is at the top of my stairs, so anyone who comes to visit and uses our bathroom will be able to stop and look at the beautiful time we had on our first family holiday abroad together. 
I also received two Zinc Glass Frames*, one in portrait and one in landscape separately they retail £9.99 or you can buy them both together for £18.98. What I love about these frames is their unique design and the fact you don’t have to put photos in. They’d be great for displaying tickets, or little souvenirs from a trip. They hang by a recycled sari cord which is incredibly strong so you have no fear of them falling. I toyed with the idea of displaying my tickets from LFCC, but in the end more photos won out and they’re now hanging above my dressing table as part of my collage wall. 
In case you have never heard about Culture Vulture Direct before, it’s the shopping paradise of anyone looking for some unique finishing touches to their home. Their products are sourced and inspired by wonderful places all over the world. There isn’t just decoration items, you can also buy furniture, clothing and gifts all at brilliant prices. Everything arrives securely wrapped so even though my products had glass frames, everything arrived intact. The website itself is a breeze to navigate and all the photos clearly show what it is you’re buying, so no nasty surprises in the post. 
I hope I can continue to decorate my lovely home in my style, showcase my daughter and my likes and loves and I can’t thank Culture Vulture enough in helping us achieve this. 
Have you ever ordered from Culture Vulture? What’s your favourite place for unique homewares?
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