Wednesday, 29 July 2015
Thursday, 23 July 2015
Above: Kitchen by Brooke Graftstrom Interior Design
When we think of open shelving in kitchens, one might envisage a cluttered look that's a little dated. However, with use of symmetry, balance and good design, open shelving can be the perfect way to show off your cherished items and a little of your personality at the same time.
Monday, 20 July 2015
After a weekend of bitterly cold weather and small tornadoes, including one at nearby St Heliers beach, I am pretty sure this is why I am looking at beach side homes in warmer locations, not to mention travel brochures which are currently sitting in a neat pile beside me and which I plan to peruse when I finish this post. However, If I lived in this beautiful home, I doubt I would ever need to take a holiday.
Monday, 13 July 2015
When approaching the interior design of a period building, taking into account the architecture and history that surrounds it, it takes a highly skilled and sympathetic designer to create elegant, comfortable, yet up-to-date spaces, befitting of their surroundings. As soon as Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen spotted their Sussex farmhouse they decided to purchase it without even seeing inside. Half-Tudor, half nineteenth-century, the farmhouse had everything they required including its location which is only an hour from London by train.
Friday, 3 July 2015
Anthropologie John Robshaw Nami Duvet
Staying on the topic of bedrooms, I wanted to explore some of the latest bedlinen designs and see what some of the designers are up to when it comes to creating an inviting place to rest your head.
Monday, 29 June 2015
The fastest way to update a bedroom is to change your duvet and throw pillows, however, if you do introduce a change of colour and pattern, remember you could change the overall feeling of the room. I purposely wanted to take my bedroom from coastal to country and have been seeking some black and white inspiration.