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Guest Post: Silversmith Hal Messel

I haven’t had a guest post in a long time but when friend, fellow-journalist and kindred spirit Cosmo Brockway suggested he write about a talented friend of his silversmith Hal Messel for the site – i knew he has an eye for the beautiful and the soulful like myself so of course agreed. Over to Cosmo […] Read more…

A Vintage Block Party

Some of you might know that I live in a particularly charming Art Deco block in East London which lends all sorts of feels to my period drama fantasies. At the risk of sounding hackneyed this is the real deal ‘it takes a village’ vibe. Cups of milk are readily offered when fridges are bare, a […] Read more…

Greenpoint, Brooklyn Design Guide

Welcome old readers and new, re-charged and inspired after my annual break, I’m back with an abundance of design inspiration for you, starting with our glorious trip this summer to Brooklyn. In April, a serendipitous Facebook status and a spontaneous spirit started the wheels in motion for a house-swap in New York. I’ll spare you the logistics […] Read more…

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…

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