There are many theories out there about paint colours and how to use them within small spaces. In this blog we will take a look at some of our top tips on how to use paint to maximise your space; you might be surprised!Read More
There is something to be said for the simplicity of the Scandi style, especially at Christmas time...Read More
Little & Friday would have to be one of my most favourite places to eat in the entire world. It’s not only because they have the best doughnuts on the face of the planet, and believe me I have eaten my fair share so I know this, but it is because of the overall experience, interior and atmosphere created in their humble stores...Read More
On average, we will spend almost one third of our lifetime in bed. So today I want to discuss my thoughts on how best to curate your bed, because I really do believe there is an art to getting that perfect combination. And hey, if I am going to spend a third of my life in my bed, I want it to be the best looking bed I have ever seen...Read More
Firstly, lets define what we mean by ‘texture’. Texture is generally the sensation we get when touching an object and feeling its surface, but it can also be visually perceived. When you flick through your favourite home décor magazine, you don’t need to touch the objects in the spaces to feel the textures they have or understand the mood they create. Texture is just as important as the way you choose to configure your room and the contents you choose to put in it. Without texture spaces can come off flat and lifeless no matter how much you cram in, it is important to have a balance of textures to create a harmonious space that is visually appealing...Read More
Known as Moroccan Wedding Blankets in the Western World, Handira are a blanket traditionally made for a bride to be by her female relatives in the Middle Atlas Mountains of Northern Morocco. The blankets are painstakingly woven over a series of weeks leading up to 'The Big Day'. Crafted out of linens, cotton, wool and metal sequins, it is said that the metal sequins are not for glamour, but instead to ward off evil spirits and bring good fortune to newly weds. The blankets patterns are often symbolic, bringing good fortune and fertility, each one personalised to the bride. Whilst the weaving takes place, the bride is taught about all the marital duties that lay ahead of her by her relatives. When the weaving has been completed, it is a gift, but also to be worn around the bride’s shoulders on the way to her husbands new home and as they cross the threshold...Read More
Renovating your bathroom can be a big investment but adds some major value to your home, so it is important to create a space that is functional and looks fantastic for years to come.
I have put together some of the key factors I think are essential to consider when doing any bathroom renovation to ensure that you achieve an exceptional end result...Read More