THE fire pit for small gardens – AD

I am thrilled to announce that s’mores are on the menu this bank holiday Sunday (& probably for the rest of Autumn), thanks to me finding the perfect, contemporary fire pit for a small urban or cottage garden. This little concrete looking oval fire pit comes with the easy-clean black bowl fitted & would look great in a traditional or rustic garden setting. We can’t … Continue reading THE fire pit for small gardens – AD

Sustainable Sale Shopping – July Lust List

This months lust list couldn’t be dedicated to anything other than the summer sales that are live EVERYWHERE at the moment and whilst I should be planning outfits for a family cruise that is coming up very soon, I find myself permanently drawn to the homeware section of any store or site. Here are some of the best bargains I’ve found over the past week, … Continue reading Sustainable Sale Shopping – July Lust List

Sustainable & Styling Dining Chair Edit

I haven’t written about chairs in what seems to me like forever, which is odd since they are my favourite element of an interior design project to source and style. I’m not joking about the chair love, we have quite a number of books about chairs here at LMH and have been known to visit museums around Europe that have great chair collections (I know, … Continue reading Sustainable & Styling Dining Chair Edit

Dining Area Makeover Plans

We’re hosting Christmas at ours this year and fancied changing things up a little to make it extra special. The space hasn’t really had much more than a fresh coat of paint on the walls for about 3 years so it’s due a little restyle and freshen up. The image above is my dream space that I’m using as inspo (image credit here). I’ve ordered … Continue reading Dining Area Makeover Plans

Lighting up the darker evenings

I love this time of year for many reasons, September is my birthday month and October is little LMH’s birthday so I have lots of lovely memories of early autumn birthday days out and Saturday nights in with a newborn and a take away watching Strictly (disclosure: never watched strictly until I had a newborn, now I can’t wait to watch every week…how times change … Continue reading Lighting up the darker evenings

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…

Downstairs Loo – The Reveal

Just over a month ago we began decorating our downstairs WC, we wanted it to compliment the master bathroom which we revamped last year. The moodboard for the room, incase you didn’t catch the previous blog post was neutral with some copper, industrial touches. The first thing we did was paint the previously dark walls in Dry Barley by Paint by Conran (the same colour … Continue reading Downstairs Loo – The Reveal

Downstairs loo – Mini Makeover

As many of you know we updated our family bathroom last year from an Art Deco influenced space to a relaxing rustic one. Ever since then I have been desperate to start on the downstairs loo to make both spaces a little more in keeping with one another and last weekend we got started (what else do you do when all it does is rain … Continue reading Downstairs loo – Mini Makeover

Christmas Table Styling

This year I’m bringing back out all for the bold red decorations and plates that I’d fallen out of love with previously. I’ve brought out my vintage style (which are probably almost classed as authentic vintage I’ve had them that long) Cath Kidston plates which look super festive paired with this vintage gold bamboo cutlery I picked up from a second hand fair in Saltaire. … Continue reading Christmas Table Styling