Posts in Category

Partnered Post

The term ‘Mid Century Modern’  is readily flung around by furniture stores, magazines and bloggers like a little hook to lure you in. Hey, its not the only catchy catch phrase out there that glows with trendy interior promises – but if you, like me, have grown a little confused about “what” sort of style it relates too, then let me help clarify.  In cahoots with local Mid Century design experts (real ones!); Mr Bigglesworthy, I ducked back into student research mode in an attempt to offer you a 10

When Cook and Nelson explained their new food  “hamper” concept, my interest was definitely piqued. But on actually receiving it, un-packing it and gleefully experimenting with all it’s products, I have no problems in screaming my support of this concept! You’d be hard pushed to find anything similar on the market presented with such outrageous attention to detail. This is a foodie/visual persons dream gift with 9 top end, artisan products plucked and packed from all corners of the world ….and that’s only the start of it! Just to reiterate, it’s not I

If ‘domestic god-ism’ can be learnt, then the advice in this post might give us all hope yet! Despite having a few special friends in my life who actively relax by cleaning and organising – I feel sure everyone else is like me, hanging on for dear life and hoping my home will get through another week with minimal attention. A few things have happened of late that have greatly improved my chances of not flying off the hook when I know my mother or in-laws are dropping by in

Latest Stories

Paper Shades at work in "Refetorrio Felix" by Ilse Crawford (another of my all time favourite designers!)

Paper Shades for Life

Brick it!

Wallpaper by Borastapeter

EDIT: Botanical Walls

Search stories by typing keyword and hit enter to begin searching.