Source: Bijou & Boheme
I’ve spent the last week working on kids room designs and this image is strangely appropriate and on cue with its beaded panelling, Serge Mouille wall lights & neon sign. Rather liking the sheep too, however bright white for a kids room? That’s a brave choice!
Source: Heidi Lerkenfeldt
I’ve been thinking a lot about my kitchen recently. It’s such a vital part of the house in terms of layout and aesthetically that I really want to get it right. Obviously I’m going for that whole contemporary/period mix, but with so much choice out there it’s hard to narrow down to even what materials I want to use! and don’t even get me started on colours…… Clearly I need to give this some more thought……
Source: Alex MaCarthur
Without a doubt one of my favourite dealers in the UK is Alex MaCarthur. Over the years she has developed and created a look that is so strong and unique. She specialises in finding all those pieces you wish you had and more and the best part (in my opinion) is her showroom. She has an achingly beautiful four story Regency Townhouse which has been converted into her showroom. Each floor is carefully curated and put together in a way that lets the customer visualise what a piece might look like in situ. She is ahead of her time in regards to this concept and has perfected it into an art. Can you tell I have a major girl crush? I want her life……
Source: Residence Magazine
Ooooo Lilac! Yep I’m still in my lilac phase I’m afraid. I’m sure that subconsciously all this colour craving means something……. and funnily enough a very pale lilac is something I’m currently testing out on my walls at home. I’m thinking of painting the underside of the stairs or the kitchen ceiling in this luscious yet subtle colour. I’ll let you know how it turns out……
Source: Planete Deco
It’s the weekend!! This week has been a blur and I’m looking forward to taking things a little slower. I’m going to declutter my house (which actually sounds pretty stressful - Woosaaaaa, just breathe) but I’m aiming to have a minimal, clear space like the hallway above. It’s a perfect blank canvas.