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Gifts:For A Girl

 

 

1: Owl Pencil case. From Boden

2:Structured Knit Jumper, Pink. From Cos

3:Feather crown in pink From Osca&Ellen

4:Draw me a House: Thiabaud Herem. From RA Shop

5:Ziggy the chevron. Flamingo Mug. From Sass&Belle

 

 

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Gifts: For Him

 

1: Norfolk Jerkin from The Carrier Company

2: Knitted hotwater bottle cover. From Boden

3: Transparent, orange, waterman ukulele. From V&A Shop

4:Bittermilk , ‘Whisky sour ‘mixer. From Labour and Wait

5:Marshall stanmoor speaker . From Amazon

6: Chapman Boarder, rucksack from Boden

 

 

 

 

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Gifts: For Her

1: Pompom edge scarfe Scarf . From Jigsaw

2: Clover metallic Blue Hematite Silver Stretchy tassel bracelet. From Bettyboho

3: Flamingo Ring. from And Mary

4: Ilse Jacobsen ankle classic rubber boots in Orange. From Ilsa Jacobsen

5: Kelim Clutch bag. From Anthropology

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Lazy Eye

Perfection in Imperfection

Autumn calls for rustic hand cooked food served on, beautiful hand made tableware.

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The New Road Residence

 

A meticulously refurbished 1797 Georgian town house in Whitechapel. The New Road Residence, is a new creation from the folks at Hostem. A fantastically inspiring clothes shop and concept store - Old Nicole Street, E1.

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Dark walls: Natural Textures

I found the image above in a pile of printed inspiration, I had to share it with you, I love the use of dark walls with the soft contrast of the woven textiles and soft wood.

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Summer house

In last weeks blog I mentioned our summer house, we mostly use it as guest accommodation, for those less child friendly, relatives who need a little quiet space!

I love to retreat outside with my laptop to, write or read. There really is something wonderful about, just knowing, there’s a space were I can be completely quiet away from they chaos of family life . 

We all lead busy lives juggling work and parenting. The summer holidays are always a busy time of juggling, work, children and holiday activity’s.

A little garden hideaway  as a escape, eather for yourself to find some solitude,  or for children to create an be inspired.

So……..whether you are planning a garden build or just fantasizing about  a space, to find some piece. I have found some incredible spaces, to inspire you to create a garden haven.

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Relaxed Upholstery

Summer is a time for cool clothes, cotton and linen fabrics and loose layers. This is also reflected in the home. The windows are thrown open allowing the warm summer sun to burst through.

At home we replace our heavy lined curtains with looser more relaxed cotton drapes. We exchange heavy eiderdowns on beds with lighter sheets, and linen throws.

Below: NEW Sophie bed

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The Most Creative Space

The bohemian lifestyle is one most commonly associated with artists: musicians, painters, writers and poets. These people are truly committed to their art, often traveling, soaking up inspiration and pouring back into their work, their studios and their homes. The bohemian style is constantly changing and evolving with the world of art and its influences.

I wanted to continue this month with a true example of the bohemian style in the context of a current and relevant artist. Martyn is best known for his beautiful interiors photography, working with Vogue and Elle Decoration and in 2011 launching his first book, Interiors (co written with creative Director Kirsten Willey).

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A Bohemian Life….

 

When we begin working on our shoots, I start by dividing the new range into groups. Combining the designs I feel speak to each other. I hope that doing this helps people clearly see the language of the piece and how it could work for them. It can however be very hard for me to not completely loose my sense of reality and completely immerse myself in the life of the person I imagine living in a particular story..

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