Table Top: Lucy St George

This week, we delve into the world of eclectic online gift & interiors emporium Rockett St George. Co-founder Lucy St George has shared her top styling tips, from layering stacks of must-read books, to carefully editing quirky accessories – we’re in love with her individual style and relaxed approach to styling the home.

The coffee table is where a lot of my free time is spent, so I try to fill it will things I love! It can be easy for a coffee table to look overcrowded, so I always make sure there's enough space for a cuppa, a magazine (and occasionally my feet...)

magazine and books on coffee table

I love playing with height and scale when I style. Layering books is a must, and displaying items on a mirror or single tile is an effective and pretty way to show off my favourite things. A coffee table is the perfect spot for bringing the outside in. I often move things around from week to week depending on how I'm feeling, so sometimes this slice of nature is a terrarium, other times a faux plant or a few seasonal blooms.

plant

Right now I'm focusing on preparing for Spring with a few of our leafy faux plants and copies of books we've just started selling. I regularly rotate what magazines and books I have out, but The Kinfolk Home is an absolute must for any interior lover and I can't see it moving anytime soon! I also love Australian Vogue for my home inspiration and perusing Bake In Black: Music-Inspired Baking. (Not featured - it's now in the kitchen!) This book focuses on two of my favourite pastimes.... cake and music!!

vogue living gold teacup and piggy bank

Music in the office and at home are a must and we always have a varied and eclectic selection of tunes in both. I love the Rockett St George playlists on Spotify and often have them playing, there is a playlist for every occasion.