AD – This Post is a paid collaboration with Habitat.
What does timeless style mean to you? This is the questionHabitatposed to me when we first started talking about working together on their new Furniture For Life campaign for which they have an amazing competition which I will tell you all about in detail later on in piece.Read More
A short post from me today, we are off to Porto this morning for our first city break as a family. But I wanted to pop on and show you a small update in the bedroom which I painted over the weekend.Read More
Just a short post today, but as we are just about to move out of heating season (it’s really hung around this year, hasn’t it, minus one on Sunday morning as I write this!), I wanted to show you the new radiators we had installed last week which were kindly gifted by Soak.
Spring is definitely on its way, proper Spring I mean, lighter days, showers, milder temperatures and buds starting to creep out from their hibernating position, not the oddly dramatic late Spring preview we had a few weeks back making us all feel optimistic we were further through the year than we thought we were! And with this in mind I have tried to make my March edit of pieces from M&S home an anticipation of the change – lighter bed linen, less robust blankets for overnight chill, vases for displaying new season treasures from nature, fresh smells and linen cushions.
There’s an old much quoted saying isn’t there, from Inter-war economist, and general legend of the Left, John Maynard Keynes that “When the facts change, I change my mind”. Not necessarily the gem of wisdom you expect to find at the start of an interiors post (my god, how many times have I come across William Morris’s “Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful” which is sage advice, but has become too much of a catch all maxim for my liking!) but Keynes was in my head each time I thought about change in here!