I often think that children’s spaces can be amongst the most difficult to get right in the design stakes. It can be such a balance between something that suits your child’s personal style and interests with something that is a pleasure for adult eyes too. And nowhere is this more apparent than where I am turning my eye this morning – the playroom, particularly one downstairs where the space tends to be more communal, sociable and multi-functional. So today, I am sharing some of my favourite examples of stunning papers that really work from wallpaper website I Love Wallpaper.
Spring has arrived, at long last, and with the world around us suddenly coming into bloom I’ve got flowers on my mind. The Cottagecore aesthetic is a trend that has seen a lot of growth over the last year. Though it’s not a look I’m naturally drawn to, I love bringing all forms of nature into the home. I see this trend as a slightly more folksy version of maximalism, and whist I’m not going to be falling for it hook line and sinker, I may just add one or two selected curated pieces, possibly in blush and rust tones, to my home this year. Read More