Hello to everyone who is joining me from the lovely Melanie Lissack for the Revamp, Restyle, Reveal big reveal! How amazing do all the revamps look so far? I could not be more excited to show you the results of my bedroom project! But before I […]
Good morning lovelies, it’s Wednesday and I have got a brand new House of Instagram series for you! We kick off with the ubber gorgeous Claudia from @belliwood_boholiving. With her very distinctive monochrome Scandi boho style, Claudia wowed me instantly! Claudia lives in Cologne, Germany […]
Where did that weekend go? This week I am determined to crack on with all those half finished jobs around the house and make a start on the bedroom which is looking far from a relaxing haven at the moment! So I cleared out a lot of junk, cleaned everything in preparation for some paint to go on the walls and floor.I can’t wait , I bought some very cool vintage lockers a year ago and they have been rusting very nicely in the garden ever since! I am planning something quite simple with an emphasis on textures and contrast (which in my world only means black and white!).Very exciting but first I need to finish the office.I say office, actually it is a very small room which has to serve as storage for an already overflowing wardrobe as well as books, paperwork etc…So I have been trawling Pinterest in search of small space inspiration and I came across this beautiful holiday let in Australia! Designed by Lynda Gardener, (Interior Decorator with Gardener and Marks, The White House Daylesford and The Estate Trentham), the place is an inspiration and proof that you don’t need a house the size of Blenheim Palace, in fact I think people are much more creative when it comes to designing a small space.The studio size room is in Fitzroy Melbourne. The room features beautiful french linen, bespoke pieces of furniture including a leather club chair, industrial cabinets, paintings sourced from flea markets around the world, beautiful art work and one off finds. Surely this beats many soulless hotels? what do you think?
Today’s home tour takes us to Paris to the very beautiful apartment belonging to Swedish photographer Anna Malmberg who has a wonderful portfolio, check it out here.The whole place has a very Nordic feel and I love the mix of vintage pieces on a monochromatic background.Just […]
Monochrome kids rooms needn’t be dull ,uninspiring and boring.It is a scheme that will easily grow and adapt as your child gets older.Add texture with woven rugs and chunky knit throws .Mix with greys and earthy colours to soften the effect and even a splash of colour!