There are so many posts I want to write at the moment that remain stuck in drafts as I hectically decorate the new house (unbelievably there’s not too much left to do now!) so I thought I’d share an easy post today of things that have inspired me out and about around London that I’ve snapped on my phone. Through the aperture:Read More
Vintage Chemists Drawers, Bridlington.
Art Deco Suprise in Tooting.
As a magpie excited by things that sparkle, or a kid in the best sweetshop ever, or even a magpie in a sweetshop(!) I was so excited, I headed off to Decorex 2015, as a part of the London Design Festival this week, to see over 400 exhibitors interpretation of the future of luxury design. Decorex is widely regarded as quite a big deal in the design world Read More
If you are looking for something to do during a Sunday in high Spring and you want to be immersed in a wash of colour and smells then I can recommend nothing more highly than Columbia Rd Flower Market in East London. Amongst the hubbub of thronging people, the soundtrack of cockney stall holder patter and enough young and trendy to fill your boots you will come across the most overwhelmingly colourful array of flowers & plants at very reasonable prices. The street is dressed by lots of trendy cafes and home boutiques but really this road on a Sunday morning is all about flowers, flowers flowers.Read More
Viewed through the aperture around London: Hoxton & Waterloo street scenes, vintage camera booth, creme brulee.Read More
Viewed through the aperture: Chinese New Year lanterns, mid-cebtury salvage, fruit brights, confetti, colour and pattern.
Pictures taken from the illuminated Christmas Trail at Kew Gardens. I mentioned this some months ago in my weekly edit and we finally went on the last day it was running last weekend. It was absolutely, truly magical and despite the arctic rain and wind I was enchanted.Read More
Viewed through the aperture – Christmas snapshots, lobsters, riciarelli baking, Christmas pandoro styling and chandelier lighting in Clapham. Read More