Posts Tagged ‘Interior Inspiration’

Soulful Interior Design: No 8 Project

Lately I’ve become besotted with the elegant and soulful Facebook and Instagram feed of Swansea based interior design service the No 8 Project which has been like stepping into the cosiest of Toast catalogues. Thrillingly it is in-fact the creation of Toast’s ex-senior designer Tamsin Leech-Griffiths (she has also designed for Loxley England and Paul Smith). Tamsin has […] Read more…

Home Office Goals

2017 has got me thinking about my own space. As a freelancer in my twenties I would hot-desk, work on the dining room table and then when we moved into our own home our guest room doubled as an office. Somehow renting an office space or a desk never appealed to me it never felt like […] 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…

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…

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…

Modern Magic at Versailles by Olafar Elliasson

Whilst we are dreaming about 17th century Versailles – something entirely magical is happening in 21st century Versailles. Each year the Palace (of Versailles) holds an exhibition on its grounds by a major contemporary artist – this year Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson – best known for bringing a colossal sun into Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for […] Read more…

New Book! The Making of Home

“In 1900, a young girl in a strange land was asked by a resident why she wasn’t content to remain in their ‘beautiful country’, but instead longed to return to the ‘dry. grey place she came from. She was astonished. She wanted to return there, she said simply, because there was ‘no place like home’ […] Read more…

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