Now I don’t know about you, but I think a lot of us who have kids (and some kind of aesthetic taste!) really struggle with how to decorate their rooms. So much plastic, turtles, superheroes, firemen (or is this just my child?!). When we first moved here three years ago Ted was only just one, so he had no input whatsoever when I created his vintage inspired nursery. I was trying to get as much of the house done as possible so budgets were tight, I had sourced some cheap second hand furniture which I upcycled and painted, bought a few wooden toys and a vintage horse rocking chair. I put up a showstopper of a pastoral wallpaper from Farrow & Ball called Gable which had exactly the kind of interwar vibe I was looking for.
Things have felt decidedly unmotivated around here lately, there’s always a long list of changes I’d like to make around the home, but to be perfectly honest with you (and if I can’t be honest here on my own blog where can I be!) I’ve been in a bit of a funk. Read More
All good things come to those who wait, or so the saying goes. And after probably the longest makeover in the Design Soda house ever, our new living room is finally finished and I’m able to share it today.Read More
Good morning, if you’ve joined me from lovely interior designer Dee Campling‘s website then welcome, please take a look around whilst you’re here! Well, we’ve made it to the finish line, all ten bloggers taking part in Revamp, Restyle, Reveal over the last month (including Bianca who took on a whole kitchen for her sins) have got to the end of our month long decorating hiatus with brand new spaces to enjoy. I can’t wait to see everyone’s final reveals Read More