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Monday Inspiration: The Red Thread

5th August 2019
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wooden kitchen via stadshem

This has proved one of the most popular posts this year with many of you taking to instagram to describe your own red threads (rarely are they actually red) so I thought it might be useful to bring it back for anyone who missed it the first time around.  Some weeks ago I wrote about…

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Styling A Home Office with La Redoute

16th September 2020
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dilletta folding console table from la redoute in oak

This Wednesday’s Ad Break (paid collaboration) is with La Redoute, a company I have worked with every year for about six years now and am always happy to recommend their products. This year we have made a  video answering some of your questions about creating the red thread and how to plan your lighting and…

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The Househunter: A Striking Four Bedroom Victorian House

18th November 2022
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Something about this house immediately caught my eye and I can’t decide if it was the shape or the colour or perhaps the garden. Whatever the case it deserved a closer look. I think it’s partly that it’s end of terrace and the dramatic blue grey colour of the brickwork makes it appear detached and…

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The Househunter: A station house in Tyne & Wear

11th November 2022
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We’re off to the North-East of England this week to this very pretty three bedroom former station house in Rowlands Gill, Tyne & Wear. It’s on the market with Inigo for £580,00 and has three bedrooms arranged over nearly 1,300 sq ft on three storeys. The house is tall for its setting because it was…

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The Househunter: An Artist’s Studio in London

29th April 2022
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To West London and a rather fabulous three bedroom property designed by Frederick Wheeler in the 1890s to “suit the requirements of bachelor artists” and there’s so much to unpick in that sentence that all I’m going to say is that it really needs to be bought by a woman. Maybe even a woman who…

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Easter Treats and New Things

13th April 2022
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New fabric range from Buchanan studio

Today a round up of some new things for you as Spring has sprung, the blossom is out and the (unaffordable) heating is off. So in no particular order we have new tableware, fabric, wallpaper and, well, a table actually as well as details of a chunky 25 per cent off my interiors course. Read…

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The Househunter: A long and narrow Victorian Terrace

18th February 2022
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Back to the UK this week and yes it’s a narrow period terrace house (plenty of those about) but it’s also full of gorgeous tonal colour and, while regular readers will know that I don’t impose (that many) decor rules and firmly believe that everyone should know the tools to be able to find their…

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The Househunter: A 1950s apartment in Gothenburg

11th February 2022
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To Sweden this week and a three bedroom apartment built in 1953 with a “large, light and sunny balcony” in Gothenburg, a city (according to Wiki) that is known for its Dutch style canals and leafy avenues. Certainly my half-Swedish friend is always telling me we should visit and, were it not for the pandemic…

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