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Exit Through The Giftshop : National Maritime Museum

Like most people I love a Museum Shop. A good one is always creatively stocked with well- themed homeware, toys, ‘essentials’ like bottle openers and mugs, artsy prints and a good library for further reading. The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, which I visited this weekend has one of the best museum shops I have […] Read more…

Spread the Love : Low Prep & Maximum Impact Treats

I love this month, when the internet is awash with crazy, sweet, sugary and silly Valentines ideas. For years now my Valentines weekend has been less about couples stuff and more about spreading the love with baking, decorating my home in hearts and just having a playful cosy time. This year we have an almost two year […] Read more…

New Year, New Walls: Boras Tapeter

I have been thinking about wallpaper for a long, long, long, time. Most of my life probably. I’ve had a confused relationship with it – at times declaring its the worst thing that could happen to a home but at the same time sneakily archiving a list of my favourite designs – its a commitment […] Read more…

Spring 2016 Homeware on The High Street

With my head buried in projects and juggling childcare all of January I just came up for a little air – realised it’s February – already Spring for the retail industry and that I have NO idea what is in the shops! So in an attempt to combine some glorious new season retail therapy with much work […] Read more…

5 Star Luxury at Limewood

The month before Christmas, with our babysitter [my mum] rudely on holiday for what seemed like forever and us holding our eyes open with matchsticks, the three of us [including toddler] threw our cares to the wind and checked into heaven on earth – Lime Wood in the New Forest. A 5 Star Babington House-esque boutique […] Read more…

My New Homeware Line! NAPEANSEA

You may have noticed my absence on the blog this month and it’s because I have been working away on a project very close to my heart. My first collection of homeware, launched with my extremely talented mother – a textile designer – Reena Ray Wahi! NAPEANSEA is a small but growing collection of homeware […] Read more…

Your Christmas Your Rules : Chandelier Wreath DIY

A few months ago I took part in one of the most exciting opportunities of my career to date – the new ‘Your Christmas Your Rules’ campaign for House of Fraser which allowed me to play out my Martha Stewart crafting fantasies. The festive campaign inspires customers with a host of different style options for Christmas […] Read more…

Rainy Day Salvation : Groovy Magnets

Life has never been more divided into ‘indoor weather’ and ‘outdoor weather’ than it is now I have a toddler. It feels like it has been raining for months and the reality of staying indoors for an entire day with my darling girl is just not what it used to be… The day begins perfectly calmly, Aarya […] Read more…

10 Interiors Inspired Halloween Instagrams

You all know i love me a bit of witchy! I’ve been following a few great spooky Instagram accounts for a while from all over the globe – allowing me to indulge in an October vibe all year round. Here are my must follows… expect plenty of references to Practical Magic, Buffy, creepy thrift shop finds, pagan musings, […] Read more…

Scandinavian Style at M&S

As the nights draw in quicker each day and we hurry home to hunker down for the evenings, we might consider taking our cue from the Scandinavians who use clean silhouettes and lighter tones to combat the darkness. Anyone who reads my blog regularly will know I have a very soft spot for high street homewares […] Read more…

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