Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’

Hello Halloween: No Carve Pumpkins

I don’t know about you but I just love Halloween. I love the crisp weather and spooky tremble in the air throughout October. I love the tingling alertness I feel as I walk home in the evenings, like anything could happen. Most of all I love the magic of it all, the harmless ghosts and […] Read more…

New Book: Polpo A Venetian Cook Book of Sorts

A perfect cookbook for a lazy weekend, this landed on my desk earlier this week. Tucked away in a backstreet of London’s edgy Soho district, Polpo is one of the hottest restaurants in town. Critics and food aficionados have been flocking to this understated ‘bàcaro’ where restauranteur Russell Norman has been sharing his love of […] Read more…

Instagram: A Sense of Belonging?

Ok so I am a very late starter with this Instagram business but I am officially hooked. For those who have been hiding under a rock like myself – Instagram is a free photo sharing program that allows users to take a photo, apply a digital filter to it, and then share it on a […] Read more…

New Obession: pinterest.com/rohiniwahi

If you haven’t heard of the inspirational phenomenon that is Pinterest then you have been living under a rock and are missing out! Pinterest is a genius pinboard-style social photo sharing website. The service allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections. The exciting service is basically the progressive version of browsing your favourite […] Read more…

The Indian Memory Project

I moved from India to the UK with my parents when I was seven years old – but thanks to frequent visits to a wonderful family home in Calcutta, loving grandparents who impacted my life despite spanning continents, my grasp of my own culture flourished and appreciated as I amassed a multitude of rose-tinted memories […] Read more…

Weekend In Bath

This weekend I made a very special trip to historic Bath for my best friends hen party. I cannot believe I had never visited Bath before… It was like my soul-mate city. Home to Miss Austen for six years, everywhere I looked I felt her presence, in the rolling countrysides and church spires and yellow […] Read more…

Cool for Kids

Another Stylish Friend shout out is Poppy Norton of the clever clever Baby Style File – who I have never actually met but feel I have known for years through the wonderful Twitter design family. Run by interiors stylist and writer Poppy –  Baby Style File is a godsend for parents who care about well […] Read more…

Stylish Friends

[Image from Neest] This weekend I slotted in a shiny new addition to the blog’s sidebar – Stylish Friends which will soon be populated by links to just that – super inspirational blogs by people I am so proud to call my friends. Blogging can often be a lonely [albeit chic] pass-time and after beginning […] Read more…

NYC in Colour

Everyone says that London has some of the most beautiful old architecture in the world but as i’ve been walking the streets of New York this week I have noticed the most stunning colour combinations gracing the city’s warehouse style buildings. Rarely in London do I see buildings with complimentary aesthetics sitting side by side […] Read more…

The Rosenfield Collection

The trend for collecting and sharing collections has really been gathering pace the last few years. I’ve been seeing exciting examples cropping up everywhere from events like The Museum of Everything which curates wondrously themed exhibitions each year and Miracles and Charms at The Wellcome Collection [see previous post]. What’s really nice to discover however […] Read more…

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