Archive for: January, 2015

1. Seeing Narcissus at the flower market for the first time this year.10-things-2
2. Starting the weekend on a high signing an exciting new contract – kapow!10-things-3
3. The industrial chic interior of HARE AND BONE – one of London’s newest (and most stylish!) hair salons.10-things-4
4. Spotting a slice of graphic monochrome magic on Saturday in Soho.10-things-5
5. This was a total #whenpeoplematchplaces moment in London on Saturday!10-things-6
6. I need an anchor door knocker in my life. NEED!10-things-7
7. I was thrilled with my haircut by HARE AND BONE’s Sam Burnett on Friday.10-things-8
8. An afternoon at the Saatchi Gallery introduced me to the work of artist Gary Hume – his ‘Four Doors I’ painting was one of my favourites. Further reading led me to learn about his love of colour in paintings, so it’s no surprise I felt drawn to his work.10-things-9
9. Charming and colourful scenes like this literally make me smile.10-things-10

10. I love those perfectly timed moments when you step out of the Tube and the sun is setting directly down the street in front of you. Golden hour perfection.

1. This trio of wooden dolls add so much cheer to my home office. They were designed by Donna Wilson after she was inspired following her travels to Scandinavia and Japan. Each one reflects a person she has met or known in her life.will-taylor-bright-bazaar
2. Saturday was my first full day wearing glasses. I’m slowly getting used to it and enjoying seeing the world crystal clear again!lacoste-sneakers
3. On Friday I had fun on an impromptu photo shoot with Vogue magazine for London Collections: Men.beach-hut-print
4. I love this print, The Cabana by Amy Stone, that hangs in my home office. I like the art to reflect my love of seasons!sophie-and-lili-gay-wedding-watercolor-illustration
5. I finally framed the watercolour of my heartmate and I at our wedding that Sophie and Lili kindly sent us as a surprise wedding gift. I love it so much!lights-of-soho-neon-chris-bracey
6. Enjoyed a neon high from the God’s Own Junkyard exhibition at Lights of Soho.prints
7. Spent a cosy Sunday afternoon arranging prints at home. I love how the splash of yellow looks against the black

8. Thrilled with my new uplifting print. Can you tell I am addicted to art prints?! / 9. Love the colour of this sweater. / 10. I need another mug like a hole in the head, but this cup is just so darn cute!

1. Walking the Seine with your heart mate on New Year’s Eve is, quite simply, perfect.parisian-rooftops
2. The view from our Air BnB apartment was the visual definition of charming.colorful-street-rue-cremieux-paris
3. After countless Parisian Instagram pals tagged me whenever they walked Rue Cremieux, I was able to see the Notting-Hill-in-Paris(!) street for the first time in real life. Naturally, I LOVED it!rue-cremieux-paris
4. Yellow and blue *can* look festive.colorful-tiled-floor-paris
5. This is one of the most beautiful tiled floors I’ve ever seen – and it matches my blog colours!rue-cremieux-paris-colorful-street
6. Yellow and blue remains my favourite colour combination as we head into 2015. SO good, right?yellow-building-paris
7. This antiques shop in Montmartre is quintessential
8. I loved the splash of mint in the shutters on this street. I mean, rue.will-taylor-bright-bazaar
9. Discovered LA Panoplie while shopping in the Marais and fell for the brand big time. Expect Bright.Style posts right here soon, folks! colorful-confetti-on-paris-streets
10. Colourful confetti party clues scattered the streets of Paris on New Year’s Day.clarins-spa-paris
11. The Clarins Spa in Le Royal Monceau hotel in Paris was designed by Phillipe Starck and is so darn stylish.eiffel-tower-at-night-bokeh-blurred-lights

11. No matter how many times I visit Paris, seeing the Eiffel Tower at night never gets old.