Love Scandi design? I’ve got a perfect find for you. Hema is a Dutch discount design store along the lines of Danish discount design store, Tiger and beloved Swedish giant’s Ikea Marketplace. Hema has got a wide range of items from cooking utensils to arts and crafts materials. They have a six shops in the Read Post
I saw this chair at the Schwoerer Haus showroom and fell in love. Having spent a full 6 days of my life at this showroom, this chair was my go-to comfort seat when picking tiles (for 5 different bathrooms no less). The Stingray Rocking Chair by designer Thomas Pederson for Fredericia is an update on Read Post
I loved the Designers Guild Portier wallpaper we had at our old house. I still love the colour scheme but am thinking of going with a slightly darker variation of the Portier wallpaper.
People say that cloakrooms are where you can get a bit edgy. It’s a small room and a bit of drama will go a long way. Some examples of simple yet sophisticated cloakrooms. Contemporary Cloakroom by Hallandale Interior Designers & Decorators 2id Interiors Contemporary Cloakroom by Bozeman Architects & Building Designers Reid Smith Architects Contemporary Read Post
In a small space, a frameless shower is ideal for giving the illusion of space. I have started seeing more of these shower and bath enclosures. Useful if you have limited space but have someone who likes to splash a lot in their shower. Also, handy for bathing kids I think!
I showed you how the kitchen and bathrooms turned out in our London flat after the extensive renovation. It took 6 months instead of the projected 8 weeks. We had serious issues with the management company who were particularly useless. They held up the job for a couple of months with endless paperwork and permits. Read Post
I never got around to posting about the flat renovation I did last year. The flat got finished during the summer when I was back in the USA. Here’s a quick refresher of what the flat used to look like – good bones but seriously dated. It was a large 2 bedroom flat with one bathroom. Read Post
Here’s the bottle which I bought at House by Betty. It is a simple Indian Kingfisher beer bottle transformed by a hand-drawn pattern. I have it on a window ledge together with a favourite quote from Robert Browning, a Victorian English poet.
I love this quirky store, House by Betty, in Narberth Wales. It’s got design-led homeward and gifts from all around the world. I bought a hand-painted Indian beer bottle which I love. Have a look!
We loved this porch swing from Key West Hammocks so much that we bought it! Our version is in wood but with blue fabric. I can just see us sitting on the front porch with a glass of lemonade watching the world go by. Of course, we may have to pry the kids off the Read Post