Homewares, interior design, colours and textiles

AGA City60

Have you ever admired the beauty and craftsmanship of an AGA cooker, only to remember that you don’t have a farmyard sized kitchen to put it in? Wishing you had the space to accommodate one of those double fronted beauts but your kitchen is more doll house than manor house? Well come on over and say […]

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Workspace Wednesday

Hello there! I bet you thought my obsession for workspaces had waned… oh no siree it has not. I am still spending (probably way too much) time looking at beautiful spaces that I would love to work in. Yes it has been a while but here’s a little workspace Wednesday love for you. This gorgeous […]

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Dulux Visualizer App

I’m sure we can all agree that the toughest part of decorating (or redecorating) a space is usually picking paint colours. First off you have a million and one shades to choose from. Then you have the finish to think about. Chances are you’ll buy a bouquet of tester pots (that’s what they’re for right?), […]

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Seen it… want it

They always say (you know ‘them’), that simple ideas are the best. I think they’re right… whoever they are. Check out this sleek and super simple Lapp iPad stand from Griffin + Sinclair.     Made from solid oak and handmade in the Midlands, the oak gets cut and then laminated together – this forms […]

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Seen it… want it

Talk about your statement chair. There is nothing about this that I don’t like. Such curvaceous goodness, beautifully bold and so inviting.   As much as I want to just sit and look at it, it’s also crying out to be lounged on. I’m pretty sure you’d need a hoist to get me up out […]

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Pip Prinsloo

As part of John Lewis‘ recent ‘Design Insider’ Week and coinciding with the launch of their new Croft Collection, I was lucky enough to get to spend some time with the Head of John Lewis’ Home Design Studio, Pip Prinsloo. Almost a year to the day that Pip started working at John Lewis we talked […]

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MADE.COM and Print Club London

Collaborations aren’t a new thing, of course not – they happen all the time, but when I heard about this one I actually said ‘YES, this makes sense!’. Two of my favourites MADE.COM and Print Club London have come together and created a fab collection of accessible, original art.     Every time I visit […]

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Garden parties

I’m all about socialising and if there’s food and drink involved, all the better! At the mo I’m day dreaming about warm (ok hot) afternoons turning into warm evenings when I can sit in my garden, ‘take tea’ then sip cocktails with my ladies. The fact that my garden is a an absolute disgrace right […]

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Springtime refresh

It is absolutely the time to throw open those curtains, pull up the blinds, clean those windows (I hang my head in shame) and let that glorious light in! It’s officially British “summer time”, the days are getting brighter so the annual springtime refresh is due. Time for me to finally get rid of all […]

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Playing with Heal’s fabric

Heal’s recently launched their first fabric collection since the 1970s. Heal’s fabric range ’1810′ has been created by emerging and established designers – designers such as Zandra Rhodes, Hannibal and Malika Favre to Hvass and Cressida Bell. The collection is what they call “a celebration of classic and modern designs”. I was sent a fabric bundle […]

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