Monochrome schoolhouse loft apartment in East London Hackney

Monochrome Hackney Loft Conversion

I think I’ve just about come down from my cloud following our second Function+Form gathering with our sponsors Houzz UK, who gained a very special group of us exclusive access to two East London homes. Houzz is an ingenious home renovation site offering real interior inspiration and advice from all kinds of professionals from architects, […] Read more…

Studio Oink and Aimee Bollu collaboration Design With The Unknown from Salone del Mobile Milan

Milan Interior Highlights / Design With The Unknown

In my last remote feature from the Salone del Mobile, I wanted to share a collaboration between designers Studio Oink and artist Aimee Bollu – Design With The Unknown. Comprised of a series of unrecognisable objects, the collection was created using found, collected and traded objects consumed by the other designer before transforming it into […] Read more…

HAY Palissade Garden Collection, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Milan Interior Highlights / HAY Palissade Collection

In today’s highlight from the Salone del Mobile, I’m falling over myself to get my hands on the latest collection from HAY. I’ve noticed a real shift in the attention paid to outdoor furniture this year, no doubt inspired by the launch of the Palissade Collection, a collaboration between brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and HAY. […] Read more…

Mater Design, Danish ethical furniture, dining room, Sirka sideboard

Milan Interior Highlights / Mater Design

Last week the design world was abuzz with news from the Salone del Mobile Milano, an international furniture fair held in Milan and the only place to be for aficionados. Those attending the show kept us on tenterhooks between gelatos and leisurely lunches over Instagram with snap shots from the most revered and celebrated designers […] Read more…

Contemporary sofa in dark blue by Camerich

Camerich Contemporary Sofas

Well designed contemporary sofas are not the easiest thing to come by on the high street. You might find something with clean lines and stylish looking fabric but they’ve forgotten the attention to detail in the legs, or the durability is lacking which we discovered after we bought ours. If I could take back our […] Read more…

Still life, off-white ceramic wobble bowls and blushing garlic

Still Life Study in Soft Pink

It’s not often I get to play with still life compositions at home in my free time – mostly it’s very focused under pressure for work so it was really freeing to just mess about – off-the-cuff moments like these can come together beautifully…if I do say so myself! Please excuse the recent radio silence, […] Read more…

British Made ceramic tableware collection in neutral tones by designer Hend Krichen

Hend Krichen / British Made Tableware

I make no apologies if it’s looking like this blog is turning into a celebration of British ceramics right now. Because you need to see these. And because in my line of work, they’re some of the most important pieces to invest in – wouldn’t I love to add these to my collection! I recently […] Read more…

Compagnie de Provence Version Originale toileteries

Compagnie de Provence / VERSION ORIGINALE

The latest skincare collection ‘Version Originale’ from France based Compagnie de Provence has just landed in my office and I couldn’t be more in love with it. In fact, it’s got me yearning more than ever for a bathroom stylish enough to do them justice! Until that time however, I’ve styled them in a dark and […] Read more…

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