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India Travels: The Fairlawn Hotel, Calcutta


Happy New Year to you all! For those of you who follow this blog on Facebook and me on Instagram, you will know that I have spent most of December travelling around India visiting family and soaking up the culture. We visit my grandmother who lives in Calcutta every two years (she visits us in-between) and then we spend some days in Bombay – a vibrant, metropolitan city by the sea (we also got married in Bombay four years ago).

I’m lucky that my work as a trends forecaster also gives me access to a lot of things most other people wouldn’t perhaps have a reason to see – like in Bombay my family and I visited the Ministry of New – a new magazine worthy co-working space in Bombay’s historic Fort area and I get to snoop around getting the down-low in gorgeous new lifestyle stores like Nicobar (a new arm of Good Earth). I’ll be doing a series of posts on all of these and more in the next weeks but now to the iconic Fairlawn Hotel in Calcutta which looks sprung straight out of a Wes Anderson film…




Habitat Blogger Dinner + Christmas Gift Guide

Nothing beats filling your boots on festive spirit in London’s West End – the show-stopping windows, million dollar Christmas lights and the fact it’s never quite as cold as the rest of the city in winter because of the sheer density of shops and people looking for a good time! For me – Tottenham Court Road has always been my […] Read more…


Glad Tidings: Homeware with Feelings

Somehow the festive season and a marked ending of a year brings out sentiment and poetry in all of us. During this time, I’m partial to accessories adorned with whimsical words and phrases that enhance the excitement of the season, warm the cockles and spread good cheer. Christmas entertaining to me is about building the […] Read more…


Halloween at Sainsbury’s

I never miss a chance to attend a Sainsbury’s Home preview. Every season their collections are just spot on – on trend but classic, covetable and excitingly affordable. This season you can find elegant linocut floral accessories and embroidered cushions amongst other beauties – take a look at their homeware here. Best of all Sainsbury’s do Halloween really well. Lets […] Read more…


My Top Drawer Highlights 2016

Ah September, it’s that whirlwind month in the calendar when the design industry descends on London town for a fortnight-ish of product launches, glitzy parties, catch ups with old friends and new design discoveries – everyone runs around like their *** is on fire but it’s all actually really fantastic – and inspiring. Kicking off my […] Read more…


The New Industrial, High Street Hits

I rarely wish that my interior style was other than it is (warm, modern and a little bit luxurious) but recently i’ve been wishing my taste was more industrial. I love the materials and textures used in this trend and how hairpin black metal legs, pale worn wood, eroded steel coupled with hunks of veined marble and delicate orbs of […] Read more…


Urban Rustic

Kitchens, kitchens how is it possible to live with just one? A few weeks ago I visited the new DeVol Kitchens showroom in Clerkenwell (and did a little tour on Insta-stories) because I was just fed up with stalking their Instagram Feed for a daily dose of their Shaker style kitchens. Located parallel to Exmouth Market […] Read more…


New Neutrals by Morris and Co.

William Morris is the one and only designer that could make me embrace print and colour with abandon. His lush floral prints and dusky colour palettes evoke such vintage romanticism yet remain modern with intricate details in the pattern which have you ever noticed cleverly disguise the repeats? However, thankfully appealing to my love of […] Read more…

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Bloomon Flower Workshop + Arranging Tips

Bloomon. The brand new flower delivery service you have been seeing absolutely everywhere. A London-based, Holland born flower delivery service – Bloomon cut out the middlemen which allows them to deliver fresh longer lasting bouquets which are cut that morning in their fields in Holland and delivered to your door that day! The delivery service is subscription based and […] Read more…

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