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Celestial Ceramics from Michele Quan

My thoughts have been ruminating on a celestial note this past month… i’ve been watching Neil Gaiman’s epic blockbuster on TV – American Gods (a clash between the old Gods and the new) – there’s plenty of star-gazing and mysticism. I’ve also re-discovered everything Fornasetti and fallen in love with the delicate Astronomici collection.

So when came across Brooklyn ceramist Michelle Quan’s incredibly celestial work, I was smitten. Ceramic dishes, bowls, vases and wind-chimes are built by hand, wheel thrown in stoneware or porcelain and features striking moons, half moons, eclipses and lace-like constellations painted by hand. I want them all. See the whole collection here.
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Perfectly Plain Rugs from Farrow and Ball

Have you ever seen something so simple that takes your breath away and in the same instance cannot believe that something so simple can indeed take your breath away? A company who have mastered the art of simplicity and attention to colour regularly tknocks me for a six is Farrow and Ball who have just taken their […] Read more…

A New Petersham Nurseries in Covent Garden

If you ask anyone West of the city about the perfect way to spend a weekend, the majority will clasp their hands and declare with a rapturous expression that it simply has to be a visit to the now iconic Petersham Nurseries in Richmond (it opened in 2004). Like something sprung from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the Nurseries […] Read more…

Watercolour Cactus Homewares from Bluebell Gray

This blog really shows its age when we can track the career trajectory of a well established brand by its fledgling beginnings here on The Beat That My Heart Skipped. Many years ago I used to run a feature called ‘A Day With’ where designers gave me an insight into their work day and studio life. In […] Read more…

Showstopping Autumn Lighting At Rockett St George

It is a universally known fact in the interiors world that eclectic online homeware emporium Rockett St George have cornered the market in show-stopping, original and most importantly affordable lighting. Whenever I am working with an interiors client who wants a statement light I point them straight to these guys – their pieces are always full […] Read more…

A Couple of New Things To Pick Up at Ikea

MYRHEDEN Frame/ Noticeboard £12 We all know that Ikea has nailed the home market for impulse buys. Who amongst us can admit that they have never raced around the aisles (I always seem to be on a deadline) throwing attractive looking items into their trolley like they were a contestant in a particularly frantic episode of […] Read more…

Outlander: Ultimate Autumn TV

Hailed ‘the feminist Game of Thrones’ I’ve had my eye on fantasy period drama Outlander since it came out in 2014. Based on the bestselling historic novels by author Diana Gabaldon it’s been nominated for several Emmy’s and a Golden Globe but since it was only available on Amazon Video and I didn’t have a subscription I never really got […] Read more…

Art History Wallpapers from The Common Room

Before we turn that corner into Autumn, I’m just going to present some items that will help hold on to summer for just a little bit longer – namely a lovely new wallpaper brand discovery with some resplendent jungle prints found in the V&A Archives. The Common Room collaborates with artists to create irreverent vintage inspired wallpapers. […] Read more…

New Shop To Watch: The Apartment

Most days I think I’ve got a pretty good eye – looking at design differently to others, seeing details things others don’t. It gives me cause to feel quite smug about it really. Then, I stumble across another creative who just hits the ball out of the park with their taste level and ability to find beauty […] Read more…

Things To Do This Bank Holiday

If you are like me you probably have plans for the bank holiday ( wedding + a family day at a country fair) but the bonus of an extra day means you are feeling breezy about them, they feel like ‘loose plans’ and the weekend still has that feeling of possibility. Maybe you can fit […] Read more…

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