Today I have been preparing various moodboards to help visualise the styles available for a friend and client who wants a complete change in their living room. They like a lot of very eclectic items from colonial to industrial to fantastic items from Anthropologie, so to try and narrow down to what it is they … Continue reading Moodboards making life more simple….
10 ideas for decorating rustic interior houses.
Voting on cushion covers…I am personally in favour of the Palm leaves, but all of them are lovely. Vote away!
I’m in the process of putting together a new collection of cushions for my Etsy shop and want to ask for your input!
It’s so much fun looking at all the choices of fabric out there, and while I have decided on some, I’m finding it hard to narrow down my final selection. I thought who better to ask than the great readers of my little blog? If you have a few minutes, thanks for looking through the fabric swatches below and voting for your favorite at the bottom. You can vote multiple times, so if you like several of these, just refresh and select again.
Don’t see something you like? Please leave a comment with your idea for a perfect cushion color or pattern. I really appreciate your help and who knows, your choice could end up on my shop come autumn!
Thank you so much for your input!
I have had a couple of queries about my plaster and gold feathers, so I thought I would put a tutorial up about making them. They are quite fiddly to make, but perseverance makes it possible! They look great framed, or randomly lying about. I balance mine on top of picture frames or keep them … Continue reading Tutorial – Plaster and Gold Leaf feathers
I have been really busy recently redecorating the house, and have not been running stalls at Artisan or Craft Markets for over a year. The last one I did was great, and I totally sold out and also took extra orders for my paper wreaths... but WOW was I knackered at the end! Christmas is … Continue reading Selling at Artisan Markets
I saw this link today for the most amazing backsplash, way easier than tiling, and it looks great... Thanks to Remodilista for sharing! Good news for renters and rehabbers: Kitchen Walls, a new company out of the Netherlands, has developed a heat- and stain-resistant wallpaper that can be applied to almost any surface, creating an … Continue reading Genius quick fix that looks good!
I had no idea that Conran had a paint range until today when they started following me on Twitter. So I went over to their site and had a good look around, and they have some lovely colours, mainly in emulsion for the strong tones. These ones from the Highland Range are my favourites, I … Continue reading Paint by Conran
My recent decoration of the Breakfast Room left one piece of furniture standing out like a sore thumb, a cupboard I had perviously overhauled as a shabby chic affair. However, it was the wrong colours for the room I felt, and did not fit the new scheme. I am really into using wallpaper on furniture … Continue reading DIY : Botanical Cupboard Makeover
The day has come and Rocket Queen is now open for business with Charmaigne and Danny inking creatively in the fabulous new premises. Here is the tattoo studio makeover story... When we started the room was large and full of shelving with bumpy concrete walls, a rubbish ceiling, uneven floors and generally in a very … Continue reading Tattoo Parlour Reveal Part Two – Tattoo Studio
This week I have been creating some lovely flowers for a country wedding that is taking place in the brilliantly named 'Wick Bottom Barn', which is an idyllic period barn hidden in the Wiltshire countryside. The interior of the barn is stunning; ancient beams, flagstones and a large fireplace which came from a French Chateau … Continue reading Wedding Flowers