Author: kate

Decorating with your five senses: Introducing Osmology

Decorating with your five senses: Introducing Osmology

It is no secret that I love candles, scented ones in particular! I have them all over my house including the kitchen and not a day goes past when I don’t have them lit! Any season anytime is a good time to have candles.

I review the Eve Mattress, can buying a mattress really be this simple?

I review the Eve Mattress, can buying a mattress really be this simple?

I review the Eve Mattress, is it really as amazing as everyone claims it is? Read on to hear my honest opinion as well as everything you never need to know when buying a mattress…

House of Instagram : Industrial meets Bohemian

House of Instagram : Industrial meets Bohemian

Hello you lovely people. I am always super excited to share with you the beautiful homes that stop me in my tracks when trawling through Instagram. So it is with much excitement that I am sharing the industrial bohemian home of Mariska, Robbert and their bengal cat named Deejay. It is situated in a small town called Schiedam near Rotterdam. (more…)

6 things you should know about choosing art and a £50 giveaway from Posterlounge

6 things you should know about choosing art and a £50 giveaway from Posterlounge

Black cross on Canvas from Posterlounge This is a sponsored post for Posterlounge. All opinions remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. Although my taste in art has changed considerably over the years, I have always loved how it gives […]

Bathroom Makeover | Part 1

Bathroom Makeover | Part 1

So 3 weeks ago I finally decided it was time to work on the bathroom, the red flowery tiles combined with some glittery border tiles (see pic below!) just really wasn’t doing it for me!  Nor was the ridiculously tiny sink, the loose floorboards and […]

My colourful journey to a white interior

My colourful journey to a white interior

“The first of all single colours is white … We shall set down white for the representative of light, without which no colour can be seen.” – Leonardo Da Vinci

 

One of the questions I get asked frequently by people is why did I choose white, why am I afraid of colour quickly followed by isn’t white dull, boring, hard to keep clean and finally why do I follow a lot of people with colourful interiors and pin numerous inspiring and colourful interiors? (more…)


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