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4 January 2018

Chunky Knits

If you're an interiors instagram addict like I am, the new trend for cosy giant knitts won't have escaped your attention. I adore the oversize luxe look and texture they add to a room, they're a beautiful way to add a block of colour to your scheme as well as a soft tactile piece of interest.

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4 January 2018

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I know it can be a bit of a cliche but I love the start of a new year, I love looking back over the last year and planning lovely things for the future. I think I'm going to do a separate post about all my hopes for this new year, but for now I thought I'd just take a liitle look back over our Christmas.

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14 November 2017

My home on Design*Sponge

One of the first blogs I ever started reading was Design Sponge, I poured over it during university and even while teaching was constantly being inspired by the many creative articles and uplifting images they posted. So I was completely thrilled when I got a message on instagram asking whether I'd be interested in having my home featured on there - my little home!

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14 November 2017

Making the Most of Small spaces: CeCe’s Room

In some ways our smallest room for our smallest girl reflects her perfectly, tiny but with the brightest pop of orange on the wall the drama of such a strong colour could be a bit much for most kids' rooms, but not for my little live wire! 

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24 June 2017

Ikea A/W 2017

Anyone who knows me will know how much I adore Ikea, you'd be hard pushed to find an area in our home that doesn't house their happy colourful wares.  Even the girls do too and it's become a bit of a family day trip if we go there  - the hotdogs and ice creams at the end might have a little to do with it also! I love the affordability, functionality, their ethical ethos and more importantly the classic scandinavian design.

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19 April 2017

In Praise of the Serving Hatch

My Grandma's house has a serving hatch in it, and I have always loved it. I love the passing through of delicious food, calling our for extra helpings and the way that it opens up a slightly darker room. When we first looked around our soon to be first home, the space where a serving hatch once was was all boarded up and I knew it was something we would reinstall as soon as we could.SaveSave

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