Your home is your sanctuary and is the place where you should feel most relaxed. Use soft earth colours and natural materials. Bring the outside in with house plants and hide your home office. Your home should spark joy!
I love the idea of Valentine’s Day being a day of love so here are a few simple things you can do to make your home ready for romance from dawn to dusk.
To turn your home into a relaxing space, have a good declutter, sort out your storage and carve out spaces to relax in to create an oasis of calm you’ll find hard to leave!
It’s official – Pantone have announced that their pick for Colour of the Year 2024 is Peach Fuzz! It is a comforting hue softly nestled between pink and orange chosen to express a yearning for community and cosiness during uncertain times.
Hotelier and interior designer, Kit Kemp, is celebrated for her joyfully whimsical style. Her love of colourful fabrics, pattern, artwork and eclectic accessories create quirky rooms that celebrate her quintessential British style.
deVol has been a renowned design led furniture manufacturer for over 30 years and recently opened a new show room on George Street in Bath.
Dulux has announced its Colour of the Year for 2024 as Sweet Embrace™, a delicate pale pink that taps into the in-vogue pink interior trend.
I love getting my house ready for Christmas and making every room warm and welcoming for drinks parties with friends, family meals and guests coming to stay. Here are some last minute tips for getting your home ready for the festive season.
I have curated a list of my top ten design-inspired Christmas presents, many sourced from independent shops in Bath.
This is the time of year to look for gorgeous presents for your friends and family. As an interior designer, I love to find presents that nod to my love of interior design. Here is the first of my top ten gift ideas.