Playing with Colour

Colour is on everyone in the design industries minds at this time of year. With London Design Festival just around the corner (I’m so looking forward to the colourful installations we’re promised this year, unfortunately I won’t be heading down to London but I’ll be following the festival closely from up North!) and Dulux having just named ‘Spiced Honey’ as their colour of the year. … Continue reading Playing with Colour

Styling artwork in a rustic space…

Choosing artwork for a modern rustic or industrial style space is as important as finding the perfect reclaimed wood dining table, it can completely change the vibe of the space depending on what look you’re trying to achieve. When you get the artwork in an interior design project right, it should give visitors to the property a real idea of who lives/works there and what … Continue reading Styling artwork in a rustic space…

September Lust List – Styling Your Rental

This months Lust List is dedicated to everyone heading off to new student accommodation. I’ve sourced large and small items all made sustainably, budget friendly and most importantly they won’t annoy your landlord! I’m seriously lusting after the constellation wallpaper and not only because it is easy to stick on and remove without any damage to the walls… 1.ย  Removable Constellation Wallpaper – Etsy 2. … Continue reading September Lust List – Styling Your Rental

Christopher Robin Inspired Interiors

I’m feeling totally inspired after watching the new Christopher Robin movie on Friday, I’d been looking forward to seeing it for months and it didn’t disappoint. We headed to our new local The Light cinema, which enhances the cinema experience with fun decor, an on trend rustic bar area and beautifully styled bathrooms. Visually Christopher Robin was one of the most beautiful movies I’ve seen … Continue reading Christopher Robin Inspired Interiors

August Lust List

This month marks the end of summer, we’ve been so lucky with the sunshine that I’m really hoping that we have a glorious autumn too (am I asking for too much?). August is also the month in which we have the last bank holiday weekend of the year before Christmas (so sorry for mentioning the C word) so I’m thinking up ideas for making the … Continue reading August Lust List

Taking time to breath…

As you know I’m a self-employed interior designer, working from home whilst also looking after little LMH can be a little bit of a crazy balancing act! The toddler is only in nursery school 2 mornings a week and the rest of the time my work gets done during nap-time, in the evening and at weekends, I’m not complaining but the lack of downtime takes … Continue reading Taking time to breath…