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Friday’s Favourites

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There has been a bit of action with our new build this week! The slab for the garage has been poured and the stumps for the house are in. Because the block is on a slope, building on stumps was a better option. It is exciting being able to see the footprint of the house…(Read More)

New Fabrics For Spring

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I am loving some of the fabric ranges that are in the showrooms at the moment. Lots of pretty patterns and colours. I am visualising them as roman blinds, cushions, ottomans. I get very excited, fabrics are one of my weaknesses! I thought I would share some of my favourites. Warwick: The new Cornucopia range…(Read More)

I thought for my last Friday’s Favourites post for the year I would review some of my personal favourites. I love seeing how designers use colour in different spaces. Getting that perfect balance. I hope you have found my Friday’s Favourites useful, inspiring or just plain eye candy. Looking back, there have been…(Read More)

Yes, grey features again on Friday’s Favourites.  I do apologise but it is definitely my favourite ‘neutral’ at the moment. Lilac and Grey is not a common combination but these cool tones can create a soothing and feminine space. It is a great choice for a girls’ bedroom scheme. via Susan Reddick Verandah House…(Read More)

Mint green is such a versatile colour that instantly creates a sense of calm.  It pairs well with many colours but my favourite combination is with white.  These following kitchen images show how it can be introduced in different ways. Mint green paintwork on the lower joinery and as a feature behind the open shelving…(Read More)

Today on Friday’s Favourites I am celebrating the soft pastel colours that are synonymous with Easter; mint, pastel pink, blue, yellow and lilac. via Pastel colours are not only soothing but for me they provide a sense of happy nostalgia.  When I had my first daughter my whole world became awash with pastel pink…(Read More)