Seamless Design Online Magazine

There’s a new online magazine that I wanted to tell you about. It’s called Seamless Design and is an online magazine filled with inspiration for living both stylishly and sustainably (basically what I’m all about right?). The magazine will be published biannually with the first edition launching yesterday. How exciting to have some new reading to help going into week 5 of lockdown here in … Continue reading Seamless Design Online Magazine

Budget Friendly Interior DIY Projects

I want to start by saying that I hope everyone reading is keeping safe, well & staying home as much as possible. I’ve only ventured to the village shop once all week & I think the fact that we’ve had such beautiful sunshine here in the UK for our daily walk has made me feel less claustrophobic than I assumed I would. If you’re finding … Continue reading Budget Friendly Interior DIY Projects

Home Office space – 3 concepts to recreate now

Strange times, not sure what else I can begin this blog post by saying. I, like everyone else I’ve spoken to, have had days of shock, panic, sadness & then more panic at what has happened here in Europe with the Covid 19 outbreak. I just wanted to say that you are not alone with your feelings & worries. It hasn’t really been business as … Continue reading Home Office space – 3 concepts to recreate now

International Womens Day 2020 – March Lust List

Today marks International Women’s Day, a day that is still very important as far as we’ve come. There is still so far to go! Whilst not doing much in the grand scheme of things, a slogan print or a girl power mug can really boost the mood in the home. Especially if you’re a female business owner who works from home, like me! Here’s an … Continue reading International Womens Day 2020 – March Lust List

Creating a pirate bedroom on a budget – Ikea hack!

As anyone who has followed this blog or LMH across social media will know, I LOVE designing kids spaces. Bedroom’s, playrooms, boys, girls IDC I just love making a fun, multi functional space that I know kids are going to love. So, when we moved into our temporary rental hope I was a little disheartened that I couldn’t provide my own imaginative little boy with … Continue reading Creating a pirate bedroom on a budget – Ikea hack!

Classic blue – Interiors Lust List

Classic blue was announced late last year as the colour of 2020 by Pantone, it’s a colour I’ve loved using in interior design products for a long time & I’m so happy that it’s set to be a staple for the near future. Blue can be added as a neutral wall colour or as a dramatic, dark look or it can be added with accessories … Continue reading Classic blue – Interiors Lust List

Colour & Design Inspo from Switzerland & the French Alps

I’ve just returned from a trip to Switzerland to beat the January blues & visit my sister’s new home. It’s a country I’ve never visited before so was keen to see as much of the place as possible in 5 days. We spent the weekend across the border in Chamonix as the boy wanted to see some snow & the town didn’t disappoint. We mooched … Continue reading Colour & Design Inspo from Switzerland & the French Alps

Modern Rustic Airbnb in Spain

Last year I completed an epic remote interior design project, a 3 bedroomed townhouse with 2 bathrooms & a garden. The property is used as a holiday let so all planning, budgeting and shopping lists needed to be completed remotely…from the U.K…for a property in Spain! Sourcing everything took a while as I needed to make sure the products were delivered or in stock & … Continue reading Modern Rustic Airbnb in Spain

Happy New Decade – Hello 2020

Happy New Year!!! It feels like forever since my last blog post. I hope you’ve all had a lovely festive break however you spent it. We had a very quiet one this year and it’s been completely lovely, having time for playing, walks, cooking & movie watching whenever we feel like it…it’s been perfect! I have to admit the towards the back end of last … Continue reading Happy New Decade – Hello 2020

A Natural Christmas Tablescape – AD

The Christmas table is probably my favourite element of decorating the house for Christmas, I love it (probably as I love eating & drinking so want somewhere well dressed to do so)! This year I’ve been very conscious of the throw away elements to a Christmas table, favours, napkins, crackers etc & have tried to cut back on as many of these things as possible. … Continue reading A Natural Christmas Tablescape – AD