I used the bank holiday weekend to do some DIY in the house; a little project I’d been planning for a while, to convert a pendant lamp into a bedside lamp.
A home never feels quite finished without artwork on the walls, like the books on your shelves, there’s something so personal about what you hang on your walls, and what it says about you.
Usually I feature home interiors but when I came across this stunning studio space it felt right to share it. I’m a creative and have always dreamed of having my own studio space.
Finding good textiles to use in the bedroom is vital if you want to create an inviting, warm space that you feel comfortable in. I thought I’d share a few of my favourite brands and items, as I begin to share my home with you on Style&Minimalism.
When people talk about ‘less is more’ they’re probably not suggesting you sell all your prized possessions and live in an empty white box. It’s a phrase that was first used in design by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and he explained it as having ‘the greatest effect with the least means’.
Every room of this Islington maisonette by Larissa Johnston Architects is filled with light, creating a bright spacious house throughout.
As we’re coming out of winter I feel like it’s a good time to freshen things up in the house. I’ve got some great bedroom decor ideas from brands like Menu, The White Company and West Elm.
For me, a bedroom should feel relaxed and comfortable, a place in which you can unwind in the evening and wake in the morning feeling revived. What can make us feel these things is different for everyone.
I’m going for minimalist Christmas decorations in the house this year, think green foliage, pine cones, red berries and lots of candles.
For a long time velvet was not cool, usually reserved for those of a more mature age with traditional homes. Today I see it everywhere I look, it’s become the ubiquitous fabric of the season.