Be still my beating heart. I have recently discovered German label Noé & Zoë which basically has all of my most-loved aesthetics ticked.
Neon? Check. Stars and spots? Check. Really gorgeous bedding? Check, check, check.
New stock for AW is going online soon. Read More
*NEW FEATURE KLAXON!*
There are so many GORGEOUS blogs, showcasing so many BEAUTIFUL kids rooms and nurseries that I thought I would start featuring those that have caught my eye.
This month, Olive’s nursery from a lovely site called On To Baby. Read More
Publicist Liz Matthews works with the cream of the British Fashion industry. Clients include TV presenter Alexa Chung, as well as models Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Laura Bailey and Daisy Lowe.
Juggling this glam posse, as well as husband Del and sons Bram, 7 and Gabe, 3, must make life chaotic enough. Read More
There’s a funny little corner in the baby’s room where the eaves form a steep corner which I’d like to eventually turn into a little reading area. At the moment it’s painted white, but I think I’ll use wallpaper or decals to create some interest and make it a bit more cosy. Read More
Since my friend Vanessa at Soda told me about artist Millie McCallum, I have been dying to do a post on her.
I think her linocut work is lovely AND it is the perfect cross-over art for an adult space or a sophisticated child’s room. Read More
I spotted the work of US designer Colette Bream on Room to Bloom, a really lovely children’s nursery blog.
Love the styling of the pictures, love the grey palette and LOVE that painted bed.
Her whimsical, nature-inspired pieces are a lot like that of British textile designer Donna Wilson – who I also love. Read More
Jools Oliver is a very busy woman. As a mum of four (to Poppy, 10, Daisy, 9, Petal, 3 and Buddy, nearly 2) and wife to arguably the country’s most famous chef, you would excuse the 37-year old former model for quietly keeping the home-fires burning at their Primrose Hill and Essex homes. Read More
Have never been able to knit. Have been taught so many times, mainly by my Grandma and mum’s friend Sonia, but I have never managed to retain the knit one /purl one mantra.
Maybe I should start going to one of those ironic/cool WI-inspired Stitch n’ Bitch classes. Read More