You’re probably going to think I’m obsessed with artwork after reading a few arty posts here recently and in fairness you’re probably not far wrong. I spent so many years not having the confidence to buy artwork for our home or to hang it, that now I’ve conquered my fear of getting it wrong our
Well guys, you may have noticed that there was no monthly giveaway in May. I’m very sorry about that but I was so busy trying to make my blog compliant with the new data protection laws that it took up all of my time for a few weeks.If you haven’t received my weekly newsletter for
How is it midway through April already. January and February felt like the longest months I’ve ever experienced, probably due to the fact that we didn’t have a summer or autumn/winter holiday. In fact, the last time we went away on holiday was last April when we went to visit my husband’s family in Poland.
Artwork is a funny old thing, isn’t it? It’s such a personal matter. What one person loves may be something that another doesn’t even consider to be art. I remember my parents visiting the Guggenheim in Bilbao and telling me all about it on there return. My dad said it was definitely not their kind
I am so excited to share today’s post with you guys! Just after Christmas my husband and I decided that it was time to do a mini livingroom makeover. I say mini makeover as it was actually the first room we tackled when we moved in back in 2013 so it didn’t need much doing
I can’t believe January is almost over already, that has just whizzed by. I’m starting to worry that I’m not going to get through all my plans for my home (again) this year. There just isn’t enough time in the year. But one thing that I am going to be able to achieve is finally
I have recently become much more confident when it comes to choosing artwork for my home. I’ve always found it a real challenge to find artwork that I love and that I won’t get bored of easily. The fear that I will go off it quickly has, for years, prevented me from even buying any…how
I have become somewhat obsessed with artwork and prints at the moment. I’m currently creating a gallery wall in my bedroom which is so long overdue but it’s almost complete now and I can’t wait to get it finished. As I’ve probably explained before, I am super picky about artwork. If it’s going up in
Well, with less than five weeks to go until our new baby arrives (unless s/he comes late of course) I’m already thinking of how we will update the nursery. Two years ago, when Matylda was born, I opted for a woodland animals theme but at the time it was quite difficult to source lovely products
When John Stanbury contacted me to let me know about the latest addition to his project, I couldn’t quite believe that I had never come across it before. John is the founder and project manager of Advice to Sink in Slowly, a project whereby an ongoing series of posters is designed by graduates for the purpose of passing on
I have been looking for artwork to put up in my house for a couple of years now. The problem is I am very picky and quite flaky so I tend to go off things quite quickly. In the past this has prevented me from committing enough to actually get around to purchasing art work.
I decided that I absolutely had to do a blog post on this when one of my very favourite Tweeps, Igor Josif tweeted a link to the blog 23qm Stil featuring the stunning artwork by Swedish freelance art director Therese Sennerholt. Her work mostly centres around advertising, editorial, graphic design and corporate identity, but she