It’s no secret that I love colourful interiors. I am a woman of contrasts though. I love a grown up, classy, contemporary look but I also like a playful one. This is one of the reasons why I’m loving one of this year’s interior trends, the pom poms. Pom poms are a fun way to add colour and texture to your home and used the right way can help you to achieve a modern look.
I have some exciting news to share with you. My blog has been nominated for an Amara Interior Award, for Best Newcomer.
When I started this blog a bit more than a year ago I never realized how much hard work it’s involved in blogging. It’s not just about writing a post but also to getting it out there to the world. Taking pictures, editing them and writing posts is time consuming, and if you work full time, like I do, it’s even harder but I am loving my blogging experience.
Candles are an inexpensive way of adding a touch of luxury to your home. Not only they smell amazing but they also make your rooms look beautiful.
I love candles, they are one of those things that I can’t stop buying regardless of how many I have. I might not be able to afford designer goods but nothing makes me feel better than buying a nice, beautifully presented candle.
It is not all about the scent. I always get drawn towards nicely package candles which will look great in my living room. I have put together a list of a few of my favourites:
Mini Moderns is a London based interiors company that I discovered thanks to Instagram. They do have a wide range of products, cushions, wallpapers, fabrics and now also candles and diffusers. I am a bit in love with their Whitby range, I love the nice coastal feel these candles have. I’m usually drawn to brighter colours but the blue in these really remind me of the sea. The candle design is really detailed and full on, just beautiful.
A couple of months ago I was featured in Wayfair’s site alongside four other bloggers sharing my tips of how to display children’s art.
If you are a parent, I’m sure your house is full of drawings and paintings your little ones have made. It’s nice to keep some in a memory box but it’s also nice to have some on display.
In Wayfair’s blog I share a couple of different options that I use to display my children’s art. Practical options, regardless of the size of your kitchen or living room and ones that will make super easy changing and swapping the display whenever you want to.
Pop over to Wayfair to read the full article and let me know what you think.
Pinterest has got a lot to answer for. First of all it makes us all browse their feed for hours on end, in my case looking at kitchens, living rooms and also home offices. It also creates fake expectations, we all hope to get those perfect living spaces which in reality not many people have.
One of my favourite things to browse in Pinterest are home offices. Strangely enough, as a colour lover most of my pinned looks are the scandi, monochrome style rooms with white walls and floors and very minimalist accessories. Unfortunately for me I don’t have that type of space at home, I do have a very different home office style.
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