Posts Tagged ‘Outdoor’

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…

Highlights from Grow London 2016

Although a fairly new show to the design scene Grow London has come to underpin the beginning of summer for me. A contemporary garden show located on beautiful Hampstead Heath the show features over 100 exhibitors related to outdoor lifestyle. There are always great new brands to see, decor ideas to steal and trends to […] Read more…

New Book! The Crafted Garden

I hardly dare say it, but I can feel the cosy tendrils of Autumn creeping up on us… And with the season brings occasion to hunker down at home and craft. And with this new book brings occasion to craft with flowers… The Crafted Garden by Louise Curley landed on my desk this week promising the wholesome […] Read more…

A Weekend in the Hamptons!

Exactly one month ago, my little family and I set sail for our first big summer holiday to New York and the Hamptons! Visiting the Hamptons has always been a dream of mine [even before the Kardashian’s graced it with their presence]. Historically the summer playgrounds for many American presidents and first ladies – Jackie […] Read more…

10 Things to Buy at Garden Trading for The Summer

Many Garden Trading fans [a practical and stylish brand with an emphasis on everyday useful items] including myself before researching this feature – would not have realised that its founder Jon Holloway has a long career in designing and developing products for the likes of John Lewis, Habitat, Conran, Heal’s and in the US – […] Read more…

New Book! The House Gardener

For anyone that follows me on Instagram, you will have noticed that I have been a little preoccupied with arranging succulents of late. It all began when I visited the new Ace Hotel in Shoreditch and spotted beautiful arrangements of cacti and succulents of all varieties potted in single vessels creating sculptural displays [see first […] Read more…

5 Spring Update Essentials

What is it about Spring and its charged tendrils which permeate sneakily under thresholds and curl through the cracks in windows to make us feel restless and impatient for the new. Is it a natural instinct of re-birth and renewal that resounds in our bones like in animals and plants? A literal sweeping of cobwebs, […] Read more…

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