The art of making an entrance

Light and airy hallway - from Farrow & Ball

They say first impressions count for everything so what does yours say about you? Our entrance halls are an often neglected space. We all start with good intentions but before long it becomes a dumping ground for coats, shoes, bags and goodness knows what other paraphernalia deemed essential to keep by the front door. Console tablesΒ that were once Instagram-worthy become hidden under keys, shopping lists and all that mail that looks far too boring to open.

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10 cheap and cheerful design tips for renters

It’s all well and good giving interior design advice to homeowners, but as my good friend Lou pointed out, what about all you lovely people living in rental accommodation? YouΒ may not technically own the bricks and mortar but it’s still your home and you deserve to make it lovely. So, as has been demanded of me, here are 10 top tips for making your rented placeΒ feel like home. Continue reading “10 cheap and cheerful design tips for renters”

Winter warmers

Luna minis from Luna Lighting

Holy moley it’s cold out there! Although I’m not really complaining that much, it’s January so it’s supposed to be cold, unlike the weirdly spring-like Christmas we had. The good thing is, when it’s cold outside we can light a fire or whack up the heating and curl up inside all warm and toasty. So when it’s a bit chilly outside, here are a few little luxuries I love to make my home a cosy haven of loveliness. Continue reading “Winter warmers”