I am thrilled to share that I have been nominated for Best Newcomer blog at the Amara interior blog awards 2017. I can’t tell you what a privilege it is to be nominated, and be in a category with bloggers who I admire and do a pretty damn good job at this blogging malark! So, thank you very, very much for whoever voted for me… I’m honored!
July for most people means school holidays, summer BBQ’s and lazy weekends spent in their gardens. For me, July is SALE time! So, what better way to get back into blogging than by telling you about my latest SALE bargain. It’s been about a month since I last post about my fav top pics at Wayfair. Since then I’ve been sunning myself on the Balearic Islands with way too much sun and sangria to write anything half decent. Which leads me onto the topic of this post nicely like some drink obsessed crazy lady.
This month I joined the Wayfair Home Expert team and wrote a post about updating your lounge with a cushion refresh. If you're looking to give your lounge a bit more than a refresh, I wanted to share my top 6 picks from Wayfair. Of course these include three of my favourite materials; Copper, velvet and marble. Each piece is guaranteed to add the wow factor to any lounge area, especially when combined together.
This month I have collaborated with Dutch Décor for Wayfair’s Home expert challenge, to show you how you can inject a bit of jungle into your home with a cushion refresh.
This season it’s all about jungle prints. Whether you’re into Palm prints, photographic leaf designs or botanical birds, the 70’s jungle inspired trend is one that is here to stay.
Sometimes all it takes is a little know how, arm grease and a good old DIY store to help pimp your dining table. I was hosting a dinner party when we accidentally scorched the table, leaving it with a lovely white mark, right in the centre. I've googled tutorials on getting white heat marks out yourself with an iron and a damp cloth, but after years of ignoring all the scratches, dents and marks I thought it was time to take action. Spend less than £70 to re vamp, or get a new table. It didnt take long to decide which option to go with...