Archive for: October, 2011

1. I still can’t get over the beauty of the autumnal season.
2. The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel looks really inviting at dusk (well, if we’re being honest, at anytime!)
3. Loved these Tom Dixon pendants.
4. Had fun spray painting pumpkins gold for our Halloween decorating.
5. Clear, blue skies on a crisp, autumn day are to be savoured.
6. I enjoyed reading Jan Constantine’s new book Love Stitching and it inspired me to get sewing again soon, particularly to make this anchor seat pad. (Photography: Caroline Arber, Publisher: Jacqui Small)
7. I discovered Rob Hodgson’s illustration shoppe – his Milk City print is my favourite.
8. Liberty’s new stationery range is really pretty.
9. How fabulous is this egg cup?!
10. I have my eye on these Jack Wills gloves for the winter season.
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Love these free printable recipe cards.
These photographs of baby animals will warm your heart.
Make you own etched glass bottle DIY.
Stunning photographs of the sunrise in Carmel, CA.
Autumn colours in Vermont.
Deer photographed in snow = way too cute!
Must make this warming soup.
Fun black and white Halloween printables.

Colourful matchboxes, animal cards discount, a bright mixer and more in last weekend’s 10 things.
Home Tour: Colour & Pattern in Manhattan.
Three ways to a rustic kitchen.
Take a sneak peek inside Sibella Court’s new book, Nomad.
Recent press features in Casa Facile and Space magazine.
Last minute DIY ideas for Halloween decorating.

Styling by Paul Lowe | Photography by Linda Pugliese via Sweet Paul
Thank you for your company here this week, friends! Halloween is becoming a bigger and bigger event here in the UK every year; I remember when I was a kid and it was a struggle to even find a place to buy pumpkins – now, the supermarkets have whole isles dedicated to halloween decor. A lot of the off the shelf Halloween decorations here in the UK are quite tacky, so I prefer to make something a little more stylish. If you’re looking to do the same, why not try out these great ideas from Sweet Paul magazine? My personal favourite is the ‘boo’ stitch frame. Which one would you like to try? Wishing you all a spooktacular weekend!