what do you get…a blog post all about elephant poo paper of course! Just kidding! Although I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to an elephant poo paper factory during my time in Sri Lanka I don’t think the process is quite interesting enough for a full blog post on the subject. I do love using elephant decorative accessories in my home interior and in interior design … Continue reading Cross World Elephant Day & upcycled interiors…
Very excited to be nominated for Best Company Blog at this years Interior Blog Awards, it’s a really tough category…I’m up against some amazingly talented bloggers! If you love what Little Mill House is all about I’d be seriously grateful if you could take the time to vote (it’s super quick to do so too – no long forms etc). Just click here or on … Continue reading We’re nominated for an IBA…Yay!
It’s so hard to stay motivated throughout August don’t you think? I always struggle, usually because work quietens off a little as people are enjoying the school holidays and family weeks away and I’m one of those people who work best when they’re too busy rather than when work is steady (now is a good time to get your E-Design project started with us if … Continue reading August Lust List – Desk Accessories
Bamboo is having a bit of a moment in the interiors world, maybe for its tropical vibe which is so popular at the moment or maybe (as I like to think) it’s because it’s such a versatile Eco material. Bamboo is seen as sustainable as it grows back much quicker than the wood we traditionally use in interior design, especially oak. It became popular in … Continue reading Spotlight on Bamboo
…in particular a wine shop and bar on the famous San Sebastian, the street shared by travellers across the world as the perfect example of a traditional andalusian village. Here’s an image of Mr LMH & Master LMH having an evening wander up San Sebastian. There’s inspiration for upcycling all over in Mijas, most shops, bars or restaurant have the odd upcycled element thrown in … Continue reading Upcycling inspiration from Mijas Pueblo
I (along with many of you guys) love changing things up in my home pretty regularly and I (also along with many of you guys) don’t have the magic money tree that is so often spoken about these days so need to be resourceful when changing things up. Our little boys bedroom has stayed pretty neutral on the walls since we decorated the room before … Continue reading Create a mini gallery wall in an afternoon
Having just got back home for a little family break I’ve found myself naturally searching for the next adventure at every opportunity. We’ve stayed in lovely AirBNB apartments and with friends who live abroad for our last couple mini breaks which is brilliant as it gives us the extra space needed with a nearly 2 year old but I’ve found myself longing for a night … Continue reading Design Hotels to visit this summer