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July Musings: Things To Read, Watch and Do

For those of you who follow my Instagram you will know that today our family is off on our big Brooklyn summer holiday! However burglars beware – we are taking part in a house swap, so the lucky swapper will be staying at our home in East London whilst we are away.

Because I’ll be blogging intermittently during this period, I felt like doing something a little different today with a round-up of things I have been watching, reading, thinking about and admiring this month – a newsletter of sorts.

Heather Taylor Home, Striped Napkins

My favourite Californian textile brand Heather Taylor Home has just launched some new Green Striped ‘Hunter Napkins’. I love the thickness of the stripes, texture of the weave and the use of green, which I think we need to see more of in interiors!


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Minor Goods

Simple styling, earthy pottery and vintage glazes have long been the mainstay of many of my favourite Californian brands ( like Heath Ceramics, Mt. Washington and Victoria Morris) so when I spotted these gorgeous speckled plates in a recent issue of Elle Decoration I had to double check that Minor Goods were indeed a UK brand – hooray! Designed in the […] Read more…

H&M Home’s Summer 17 Collection

Whenever I profess my love for H&M’s Homewear line, it’s almost always (in-fact always) guaranteed to be greeted with effusive agreement. H&M Home appeared in our landscape around 2008, where it remained fairly under the radar until recent years where the concession grew to take over entire levels of H&M stores and dammit now everyone knows […] Read more…

New Shop to Watch: Curious Egg

Daily and often hourly, a lot of homeware passes my eyes and my inbox – mostly beautiful but not always original enough to make me do a double take. The Curious Egg is one such store that did. Founded by artist and sculptor Lorraine Aaron the store combines her unique eye with a curation of […] Read more…

Illustrating Dutch Interiors: Saar Manche

Something you didn’t know about me. I have been an amateur illustrator my whole life. I drew spidery sketches of fashionable ladies from the moment I could hold a pen, i filled pads with drawings of detailed faces with large eyes and long flowing hair well into my teens and as I developed an interest […] Read more…

New Obsession: Rose and Grey

This post is one where I seriously considered not sharing my finds with you guys because I wanted to keep them a secret just for myself, but the brand in question has above 50K followers on their social networks combined so I guess that ship has sailed! Rose and Grey are officially my current homeware obsession – […] Read more…

Time to Retreat: Sisterhood Camp

Okayyyy. The city is hot, the city is making me bothered, there seems to be a lot going on these days, too much to digest and my brain and heart feels a little ravaged (it’s probably time to turn off the news updates on my phone that seem to signal doom and gloom with each […] Read more…

5 Things To Buy This Season at West Elm

Regular readers will know that I love all things West Elm – the US furniture brand that landed on our shores in the winter of 2013 (I think its fair to say I was more excited about the store’s opening day as I was about my baby’s due date not long after…). Resplendent online and […] Read more…

5 Places to Buy Vintage Portraits

As far back as I can remember I have been drawn to the mysterious allure of vintage portraits. There’s something thrillingly intimate about having an anonymous likeness of someone from the past just hanging about your home. There is also a well-documented rumour in my family of an enormous oil painting of my maternal great-great-grandparents languishing in […] Read more…

Period Inspiration: Netflix’s ‘Anne With An E’

There’s nothing that states ‘required viewing’ for me than when a new TV series is accompanied by swoon-worthy interiors and new Netflix show ‘Anne with an E’ (a re-boot of the iconic Anne of Green Gables) is a living breathing evocation of everyones favourite modern crafted brands – it’s basically Restoration Hardware meets Farrow and Ball by way […] Read more…

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