Archive for: July, 2011

1. Loved the windows on this converted warehouse building.
2. Pre-made pallet tables are often super expensive but this one is quite good value if you’re looking for one.
3. Treated myself to these suede Blucher shoes from Zara.
4. Had a little fun jumpin’ under the morning sun upon the steps of the Tate Britain gallery on Sunday.
5. Ummm, so this umbrella is kinda cool.
6. Enjoyed the beautiful colour and scent of the fresh blooms dotted around our flat.
7. Photographing the glimmering, shimmering typography of The London College of Fashion.
8. Ok, major secret guys: Zara Home stocks bedlinen that looks just like iconic Paul Smith stripe but for a fraction of the price. Run, don’t walk!
9. How cute is this tea towel?
10. Catching the first boat on Sunday morning to the Tate Britain gallery meant we had the whole vessel to ourselves – bliss!
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Going on a picnic? These free to download tags are a must!
These two posts on a wedding in Tuscany had me longing to visit the Italian region.
I guest posted three of my inspirations over on Down and Out Chic.
I felt inspired by Manvi and Jeanine’s top notch tablescaping for Matchbook. (P.S. Congratulations on your forthcoming book, Jeanine!)
The relaxed approach to this Spanish wedding is lovely – dreamy photography, too.
Enjoyed this fun campaign for PB Dorm shot by Reed Davis.
This vase DIY is so simple but looks great!
I’ve always liked the idea of having a shelf behind the headboard of my bed, not just for aesthetic reasons but because it makes good use of ‘dead’ space, too. I like the eclectic, cluttered styling of the shelf here because it adds depth and layering to the space – it’s refreshing to see a bedroom where something other than the headboard becomes the focal point. The sumptuous linens generously layered upon the bed soft the vintage-industrial feel, bringing a much needed tactile element to the room. I could certainly do with a weekend here to rest! Do you have fun plans this weekend, folks?