If you have been stopping, then you would have seen my transformation of my best friend’s tiny bathroom. From seriously crappy to something-rather-wonderful. Now, today – I can excitedly reveal the end results. I’m not taking any credit here – my friend, Nic and her husband, Baz worked like the devil to get it all done. IContinue reading Small Bathroom Makeover – The Final Reveal
The trend for ultra grey interiors is here to stay in 2017. We’ve had grey wallpapers, paint shades, furniture and fabrics – and now ***drum roll*** it’s time for grey carpet to take centre stage. Yep, that’s right the coolest colour is going to become the hottest flooring trend this year with breakthrough designs and playful patterns. In my my 2017 springContinue reading Say 'Oh, Hello!' to 10 of the Best Grey Carpets
In my house I still have all the original Victorian pine doors. But not everyone is as lucky. Like my friend Ben – he inherited bug-ugly doors which were seriously so bad. We think they were made of cardboard in the 90s they are so flimsy. He was convinced they would be too tricky (and expensive) to replace. That was until I introduced him to EASY-FITContinue reading #HomeHack: Replace your ugly doors in moments
All this horrible wet weather won’t stop me dreaming up new Summertime makeover ideas. Most recently, I’ve been planning how to update my garden shed. Whether you want a bit of space to indulge in your hobby or a place just to sit and chill, below I’ve gathered the best ideas on how to makeContinue reading How to Makeover Your Shed with These 6 inspiring ideas
Although the smallest area in my home, I’ve put a lot of time and thought into my tiny hallway. This is the first of many posts on it’s slowly emerging makeover. Today, I’m going to show you how I replaced my ugly, and quiet frankly, dangerous, 1970s staircase with smart banisters and a handrail from Richard Burbridge. Well, whereContinue reading Guide To Replacing Your Staircase Banisters
My love of travelling in well known. I love to pick up handicrafts, fabrics and art for my home from my adventures abroad. I’ve got fabrics from Guatemala, art from Belize, ceramics from South Africa…yes, I’m a shoppaholic when it comes to my home. These little treasures scattered around the home remind me of sunnier times. But thingsContinue reading Style your holiday buys at home
No outdoor space? No problems. We’ll show you how to add vibrant leafy greens to your home to create a designer indoor garden.
I often get emails from aspiring stylists who want to find out how they break into the industry. So just for you, here are my five tips for newbies on how to be an interior stylist. They may surprise you, but hopefully inspire you. And yes, that is me ironing a rug!
There is something about Orla Kiely’s 70s inspired motifs of apples, pears or leaves in burnt orange, green or red tones that is so familiar. They remind me of the wallpaper, curtains and blankets in my Welsh Granny’s spare bedroom that me and my sister would sleep in as children.
This post takes a look at the latest trend – Pure Brilliant Whites. If you thought they were unadventurous and a bit too safe – then time to think again. Take another look at the the powerful impact an all-white scheme can have on your home. Time to grab a tin of paint.
We had a lovely natter with Jody Myerscough-Walker, who creates bold, vivid designs for her fabric company Bon Maison.
In one weekend this tired-looking bedroom, which was filled with junk shop furniture, was re-styled with with a can of paint, swatches of wallpapers and pretty vintage accessories.