Autumn is the perfect time to refresh your home and give it a new lease of life. In the first of two blog posts, here are the first of my ten trends to revamp your home this season to make it feel fresh and cosy for the winter.
From lights bulbs that will last 30,000 years to worktops made from recycled glass, here are some of my favourite sustainable products and brands to help make your house an eco-friendlier place to be.
From choosing eco-friendly paint to buying furniture made from sustainable wood sources there are lots of things you can do to make your house an eco-friendlier place to be.
Keep the holiday vibe going with these buys inspired by the Greek islands.
When thinking about storage in Georgian houses, you have to be clever to make every inch of your home work hard with clever and space-saving storage solutions.
Spring is the perfect time to look at all the ways you can make your home a fresh and welcoming space. As soon as the clocks change at the end of March it’s time to get decluttering, cleaning and revamping your home ready for warmer days, longer evenings and holiday plans.
There are a few basic rules that will help you use patterns. When you mix patterns, you need the right combination of shape, colour, shade, and size to create a harmonic look in your living space.
There are hundreds of different patterns, but I group them into a few broad categories to help plan my overall look. From stripes and spots to florals and damask, I will show you how to mix and match patterns.
Patterns can seem intimidating at first, but once you have a few guidelines, they’re not difficult to work with — and they’re guaranteed to add life and joy to a space. From subtle accents and statement features to full-on layering and clashing prints – go as bold as you dare.
Bridgerton is set in Regency times between 1810 and 1820 and it had a very distinct interior style which can inspire our homes today. It works particularly well in the Regency and Georgian houses of my home city of Bath.