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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 chime).

So with that in mind when I got an email yesterday with someone telling me that they would ‘have limited wifi’ this weekend as they were off to “Sisterhood Retreat” I opened opened up a new browser at the speed of light.

The Sisterhood Camp is a series of delightfully cosy and Kinfolky style retreats around the UK, Europe and even one upcoming in Marrakesh set up by creative Lou Archell. The camp invites women for a weekend of crafting, visual storytelling, eating delicious seasonal authentic food and connecting with like-minded women. The workshops and retreats are designed to set you on a path of self discovery and equip you with a notebook of ideas, contacts and inspiration. .


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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…

The Malabar Tearoom

I don’t normally write much about food on here but I had to make an exception for The Malabar Tearoom which is a new food blog seemingly sprung from my childhood nostalgia of Indian comfort food but equally and thrillingly rooted in modern cooking. The blog is run by food writer Aysha Tanya – who has […] Read more…

The Craft Edit Market

Just a quick one today friends – tomorrow in the heart of Shoreditch i’ll be popping up with Napeansea and taking part in a sweet new shopping experience The Craft Edit Market.  50 crafters, designers and makers like Etoile Home, Patch Fabrika and Know & Love will fill Protein Studios on Shoreditch High Street for an afternoon of shopping and […] Read more…

An Ode to Faux Florals

Four years ago if I had walked into someone’s home and seen a vase of fake flowers my eyes would have widened and I would have directed an exaggerated ‘lets get out of here, these people are cray-cray’ expression at my husband who would have had no idea what that side-eye was about and carried on socialising happily […] Read more…

Mini Margate + Ramsgate Guide

A few weekends ago – Easter weekend actually – the three of us visited Margate and Ramsgate for the first time and fell in love with it’s vintage seaside allure. Amongst the exodus of Londoners moving to the rapidly gentrifying ‘Kent Riviera’ as it’s fast becoming known – many of our friends have moved down from […] Read more…

New at Rifle Paper Co

Morning! I hope everyone had a fantastic long Easter break. We visited seaside towns Margate and Ramsgate for the first time this weekend – towns which are swiftly filling up with trendy Londoners who have moved down – bought huge houses by the beach and are living the dream – tempting… I’ll be publishing a design guide later this […] Read more…

Ferm Living Scenes of Splendour

It’s impossible to hide the name of this brand from you because for practical reasons the title says it all but if I didn’t know better I would never have guessed this new collection of homeware featuring iridescent antiqued dishes, speckled cast iron kitchen accessories – and pretty vintage floral cushions were from Danish brand Ferm Living who […] Read more…

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