My Paint Colour of the Month – Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue

I recently took stock of the numerous items of unpainted furniture that were cluttering up my life and business and decided to take action, deciding on blue as a starting point colour, primarily as it's a favourite of mine but also because I have it on good authority (Colour Curator, Joa Studholme, no less!) that... Continue Reading →

Paint it, don’t bin in!

This blasted pandemic and subsequent lockdown madness/inconvenience has resulted in an increase of people opting to upcycle/renovate their furniture, rather than buy new. A combination of shops being closed, preventing people from being able to actually go in to a store and see, and FEEL, what they are buying, whilst being sat in their homes... Continue Reading →

Colour of the Month – Teal

Photo courtesy of Instagram.com/the_painted_bird Teal is a colour that is taking the interior design world by storm. Relatively unknown and unused until recently, these days teal is big news. It is said the name for teal originates from the teal duck, which has this colour around its eyes. A mix of blue and green, but... Continue Reading →

Colour of the month – Bronze

OK, perhaps bronze isn't a 'colour' as such - it comes in many different subtle hues - but in keeping with the current trend for metallics used in interior design, I thought making it my colour of the month just felt right. Photo courtesy of amyreb_kb (Instagram) Bronze is a warm metal, which is tactile... Continue Reading →

Patience is a golden virtue

Towards the end of 2018 I got some work in that was exciting and different, but never have I had a commission that has caused me such an emotional rollercoaster. Don't get me wrong, the ultimate resulting emotion was one of joy and pride, particularly when my lovely client sent me lots of beautiful photos... Continue Reading →

Colour of the Month – Silver

Most of us incorporate silver into our interior design schemes, often without even being aware of it - think taps, mirrors, door handles, cutlery - although that is often an unconscious decision of simple practicality. Others really embrace this adaptable and beautiful hue into their homes, with intent, passion and flare. With the recent trend... Continue Reading →

My Year in Review – 2018

It's almost over folks, another year down and it's been quite a remarkable year in so many ways.  It has, as ever, flown by at an ever increasing rate.  Our climate and weather continued to baffle, amuse, entertain and exasperate us, giving us The Beast from The East at the beginning of the year, followed... Continue Reading →

Colour Psychology in Interior Design

One of the easiest ways to transform your living space is by changing the colour scheme, whether that be a whole room redesign with new colours on the walls, or simply changing the scatter cushions. It's easy.  And yet, there are a few factors involved and many people are simply scared and daunted by the... Continue Reading →

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