Posts Tagged ‘Shopping Guide’

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Get The Look : Bridgerton Interiors

Netflix’s latest show Bridgerton centring on the competitive world of Regency era London during the debutante season, has been impossible to ignore – proving an instant hit with audiences when it was released at Christmas and became the perfect medium for lockdown escapism.  Based on Julia Quinn’s novels and directed by Shonda Rhimes (Grey’s Anatomy […] Read more…

New Shop: Brassica Mercantile and Restaurant

I’ve met plenty of people with dreams – I even began to put the wheels in motion some years ago for my once upon a dream to open a bookshop with a cafe… in recent years i’ve leaned towards opening the homewares shop my neighbourhood is lacking. I have friends who have been steadily training as florists […] Read more…

A New Petersham Nurseries in Covent Garden

If you ask anyone West of the city about the perfect way to spend a weekend, the majority will clasp their hands and declare with a rapturous expression that it simply has to be a visit to the now iconic Petersham Nurseries in Richmond (it opened in 2004). Like something sprung from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the Nurseries […] Read more…

Showstopping Autumn Lighting At Rockett St George

It is a universally known fact in the interiors world that eclectic online homeware emporium Rockett St George have cornered the market in show-stopping, original and most importantly affordable lighting. Whenever I am working with an interiors client who wants a statement light I point them straight to these guys – their pieces are always full […] Read more…

A Couple of New Things To Pick Up at Ikea

MYRHEDEN Frame/ Noticeboard £12 We all know that Ikea has nailed the home market for impulse buys. Who amongst us can admit that they have never raced around the aisles (I always seem to be on a deadline) throwing attractive looking items into their trolley like they were a contestant in a particularly frantic episode of […] Read more…

Pitcher Perfect: 8 Pretty Pourers + A Small Favour

Greta Black Jug £25, Habitat I have this thing with jugs. I can’t get enough of them, tall ones, small ones, metallic ones, patterned ones and simple ones. One day I plan on housing them all, graceful and proud all lined up in one big display cabinet – I imagine Martha Stewart has all of […] Read more…

New Shop To Watch: The Apartment

Most days I think I’ve got a pretty good eye – looking at design differently to others, seeing details things others don’t. It gives me cause to feel quite smug about it really. Then, I stumble across another creative who just hits the ball out of the park with their taste level and ability to find beauty […] Read more…

10 Beautiful Office Accessories from Liberty

Kate Spade Rotating Stamp Set, £24.99 If like me you have that ‘back to school’ vibe as the end of the summer holidays (or just summer) steadily approach – then you might consider feasting on what I can only describe as ‘eye-candy’ for your office from Liberty to lift your spirits. We all know that Liberty has […] 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…

5 Things To Buy This Season at West Elm

Regular readers will know that I love all things West Elm – the US furniture brand that landed on our shores in the winter of 2013 (I think its fair to say I was more excited about the store’s opening day as I was about my baby’s due date not long after…). Resplendent online and […] Read more…

An Ode to Faux Florals

Four years ago if I had walked into someone’s home and seen a vase of fake flowers my eyes would have widened and I would have directed an exaggerated ‘lets get out of here, these people are cray-cray’ expression at my husband who would have had no idea what that side-eye was about and carried on socialising happily […] Read more…

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