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keepin’ cool

traditionally the pace of life always slows during august and, despite those superstar team gb athletes making my heart rate soar every time they go out in quest for olympic glory, these lazy summer days are a welcome respite from the madness of last month and my temporary home move across town. there seems to have been a mass-exodus from the city ...
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enter the tropics

it's set to be hot, hot, hot in london town this week (we certainly picked the right week for the big move, ugh!), and as the mercury nudges skyward i find myself being drawn - yet again - to the allure of tropical palm prints. it's a motif that's an interiors classic for a reason. far less faddy than this year's love affair ...
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another lust list

this week has been a tale of laptop screens, packing boxes and torrential downpours. there really is nothing nicer than taking a moment of  pause when the heavens suddenly open during the summer months, throwing your window open wide and just breathing in the fresh heady scent of the rain. and of course, nothing worse than being caught out in ...
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pink is the new kinda lingo

there's something so very pleasing about the harmoniously pairing of pink and blue, don't you think? when pantone first announced that their colour for 2016 was not in fact just one colour, but two, it made perfect sense that they'd chosen complimentary shades of these two beautiful hues - rose quartz and serenity blue. so, when out there interiors got in touch, asking ...
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block print party

in between chairing my first ever panel discussion at pulse london yesterday (eek!), and being interviewed about my top tips for collaborating with bloggers for pulse tv (link to follow), i managed to find a few minutes to whizz up and down the aisles to see what delights i could discover. as soon as i spotted these gorgeous printed textiles i ...
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future & found

combining a love of contemporary items designed ‘for the future’ with a nostalgia for ‘found’ items that cherish the past, interiors boutique future & found offer a beautifully curated selection of simple, stylish and aesthetically pleasing items for the home. as gorgeous as it looks i’ve sadly not yet made it to their bricks and mortar store in north london's tufnell ...
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