I was recently lucky enough to have to collaborated with Rebel Walls in a very exciting project to transform my middle room downstairs. When we bought the house 13 years ago it was a small and dark, separate reception room with French doors onto the garden and a wall separating the hallway.
I was absolutely over the moon recently when I was asked by Wayfair to join them in a really exciting collaboration with Abigail Ahern. I love Abigail Ahern’s signature dark and moody style. Her trademark inky colour palate combined with lush botanicals and texture, was the inspiration for me to paint my whole house dark three years ago, so as you can guess I was really excited to hear about the collection
I don’t know about you but in summer I love rich jewel tones, they remind me of holidays, white sand and turquoise sea. There is something about having a tan that makes jewel colours pop. I have a few emerald green dresses that look great pared with a pair of fringed boho sandals and messy hair.
Now I love a Gallery Wall. Many of you that follow me on Instagram will know this, as I have several around my house and photograph them regularly. I love the way they allow you to group different images and objects together to create impact.
This week I thought I'd write about something that I LOVE. Vintage furniture buying, or treasure hunting as I prefer to describe it. Im a little bit obsessed with it and have been know on many occasion to swerve the car, with the kids screaming ‘MUM’ as I drive by and spot something outside a shop and make us quickly pullover. Or organise a ‘family 4 week summer holiday camping trip’ to France, with Brocante and Vide Greniers top of my list and actually the real reason for the choice of destination.
Fabric Chair Up-cycle
I recently up-cycled a chair for a hairdressing salon I have been redesigning, I posted my progress on Instagram and got a huge response to it so I thought I would show you how affordable and easy the project was.