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    Happy Sunday shopping! Check out our weekend wish list…

    by  • Sunday, October 4, 2015 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    There’s nothing quite like a lazy Sunday for a spot of spontaneous splurging, so here are 6 things I’m lusting after this weekend. Whilst they’re not exactly can’t-live-without must-haves, they’re all things that would make me feel a little happier every time I used them! So with that in mind, why not indulge in a little luxury this Sunday? Happy shopping!

    1. I adore this set of pretty cheese knives from Anthropologie. Ornate, indulgent and supremely pretty, they’ll be sure to pop a smile on your face every time you use them.

    Tracery cheese knives, £34, Anthropologie

    2. With no particular rhyme or reason, this adorable object is top of my lust list. Stand on a desk for an uplifting little message!

    Hello word object, £24, West Elm

    3. As if we need any encouragement, this beautiful poster is the perfect excuse for a weekend tipple. Flamingo straw, anyone?

    Let’s Do Cocktails poster, £24.50, Heyla

    4. This statement board is too pretty to use! Well, almost…

    Green marble chopping board, £40.95, MiaFleur

    5. Add a simple pop of style with this pretty two-tone piece – just fill with fresh flowers and enjoy.

    Dipped concrete vase in Blush, £14.50, Cox & Cox

    6. As the leaves begin to turn, what better way to capture the best of the changing season than with this eye-popping lomo camera?

    Lomography Diana F+ instant camera in blue, £119, Amara

    7. I love the Scandi-meets-industrial vibe of this understated cushion from French Connection. Pop it on plain white linen bedding for easy, pared-back style.

    Told You So cushion, £45, French Connection


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    Get cosy for autumn with the irresistible Wild Coast range from Tori Murphy

    by  • Sunday, September 20, 2015 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    As September draws on and dreams of an Indian summer fade, there’s just no denying the sudden arrival of autumn. Pounding rain, steaming soups and early nights curled up in front of the sofa are all par for the course, along with beautiful new interiors products to help us keep cosy in style.


    This month, the new Wild Coast range from Tori Murphy is top of my wish list. Tori’s fifth collection, it’s inspired by her childhood holidays to West Cork, and is full of the graphite grey and slate blue shades she found on its rugged shores. Featuring three new fabric designs, Harbour Stripe, Boulder and Cove, the range includes throws, cushions, tablecloths, napkins, aprons and more, all in a stormy palette inspired by Ireland’s wintery coastline.


    Speaking about her inspiration for the range, Tori recalls “clambering over time-stained rocks, setting out to uncertain seas in sailboats and huddling round bonfires with cousins, always returning to the familiar warmth of a much-loved blanket.” Her new collection’s ability to harness the best of autumn’s palette makes it the perfect antidote to the grizzly rain outside.


    Give your table a new season makeover with the chic and simple Boulder napkins (top), or add a pared-back rustic twist with the classic Harbour Stripe designs (above; all £60 for four). Feeling like a snuggle on the sofa? You can’t beat the 100% merino wool blanket in Smoke and Ecru (below, £250) for true toe-curling comfort. The rest of her range is full of more shopping inspiration to keep you comfy – check out the hot water bottles, cushions and baby blankets, too.



    Throws, £250 each; cushions, from £65 each; kitchen and tabletop textiles, from £15 each; fabric, from £80 per m; all Tori Murphy

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    Get back-to-school ready in style with our must-have stationery haul!

    by  • Saturday, August 29, 2015 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    As August draws to a close and the new term looms, one of the best ways to lift my spirits is undoubtedly by planning the annual stationery haul. From pens and pencils to notebooks and pinboards, take a look at my favourite high-street buys to pep up your studies this autumn – all with a sophisticated twist on classic school stationery.The-White-CompanyIf you like your desk to feel pared back and simple, don’t miss the brand new range from The White Company (above). In steely shades of white, grey and charcoal, the understated collection is brought to life with cute mottos. Check out the Sentiment pencils, embossed with messages such as “Live Your Dream” and “Smile Often”, for a a quick pencilcase pick-me-up! Notebooks, from £8 each; Sentiment pencils, £15 for 10; all The White Company.


    Start the term with some positive vibes thanks to these pretty illustrations from Andsmile (above). Pop them on the fridge as a reminder, slip them into a lunchbox or give one to a friend for an easy way to spread a little sunshine. They’d make gorgeous bookmarks, too! Be Kind postcards, £3.50 for three, Andsmile


    Alternatively, why not go for a luxe look with this gorgeous gift box from Sarah & Bendrix (above)? Available in either white and gold or black and copper, it’s a super chic way to add the Midas touch to your study. Curious gift box, £6.50, Sarah & Bendrix.


    Like to keep it chic and sweet? Try these pretty notebooks, planners and more from Rifle Paper Co (above), with dainty illustrations in smart colours for a modern update to a classic palette. The personalised lined paper is a real treat to splash out on, and the charming desktop pads are perfect for organisation fiends. I’m think I’m going to need a bigger desk..! Back-to-school stationery, from $4.50 for a card, Rifle Paper Co.

    Check out the best of the rest on the highstreet with our lust-worthy wish list below:


    Wishlist credits: 1. ‘You’re Killing It’ screensaver, free, The Lovely Drawer2. Get It Done notepad, $8, Rifle Paper Co3. White pegboard, from £25, Block4. Desk organiser, £75, Beyond Object range, Amara; 5. On The Go notebooks, $15 for two, Garance Doré6. Bow push pins, £20 for 24, Kate Spade7. Geometric pocket notebook, £4.90, Quill London

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