• Love the look? Shop the style with this brand new website

    by  • Monday, February 9, 2015 • 1 Comment

    Have you spotted our new website theroomedit.com yet? It is packed full of gorgeous rooms to swoon over and fresh style ideas and the clever part is, once you’ve found a room style you love, you can shop the look and click straight through to buy…

    The Room Edit

    You can also take virtual tours around beautiful real homes and shop the look too…

    The Room EditTo help refine your style or redecorate your home, theroomedit.com is brought to you by the editors of the UK’s bestselling interiors magazine and website Housetohome.

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    New spring cycling range is a breath of fresh air

    by  • Friday, February 6, 2015 • 2 Comments

    It may be freezing outside but have you noticed the days are getting longer? I am so ready for a change in season, early morning bird song and WARM SUNSHINE. When this press release from Cath Kidston landed in my inbox I started to get excited about the summer, being outside all day and pootling around on my bike. Now you may not find me on a pretty upright (I like to go fast!) but I think these designs are fun, especially the Clouds design taken from Cath’s new Breath Of Fresh Air collection…

    Cath Kidston bikes

    1. Bike saddles, £8. 2. Bike basket liner, £25. 3. Clouds Elmridge bike. £399. 4. Reflective cagin a bag, £30, Cath Kidston.

    The bikes are sold through Kingston Bicycles and the accesssories available from Cath Kidston so you could just update your existing bike with a new saddle or bike basket liner. What do you think?

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    You need this designer in your life

    by  • Tuesday, February 3, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Her name is Lindsey Lang and I’ve featured her on my blog before, read more here. Lindsey trained as a fine artist and is inspired by graphic pattern and bold colour. Starting off with a kitchenware range, she moved onto gorgeous encaustic tiles and has now joined forces with John Lewis on a refreshing range of bath linen. Look at this!

    Lindsay Lang

    She has taken two distinct patterns from her signature collection of wall and floor tiles and translated them onto thick 600 gsm 100% cotton towels. If you’re bathroom is lacking zing on these chilly mornings, then you can log onto the John Lewis site and buy immediately. Prices start at £3.50 for a face cloth.

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