How to DIY a Marble Window Sill

DIY marble window sill

With Luna’s birthday as well as Christmas approaching, Joe and I woke up one day and decided that our hallway was a bit scruffy looking and needed a refresh. I say refresh, but what I mean is we’ve practically redecorated it. I’ll be doing a full blog post on this soon but one feature that’s done and making me smile each day is our marble

Our Quirky Airbnb in Budapest

budapest

If you follow me on any form of social media, you’ve probably heard me wangin’ on about Budapest as of late. #SorryNotSorry You see, in the almost 11 years that Joe and I have been an item, we’ve not had all that many holidays – two in fact, with one being our honeymoon. What with renovating, wedding planning and Luna’s arrival, it’s just never quite

7 Statement Marbles for Maximalists

statement marble

I remember about 3 or 4 years ago, just as we were shopping for worktops as part of our kitchen renovation, I read in the newspaper (yup, an actual physical paper) that marble was making a comeback. It feels a bit weird saying that because it’s so widespread on the high street now – and if I’m being totally honest I’m not sure it’s “come

How to Treat Decking Timber: The Greyscale Edition

Grey decking

Two years ago, Joe built garden decking from scratch at the back of our house. This Autumn, the wood needed treating and we decided to ditch the lighter wood look. I’m not completely au fait with the likes of bulding products – it’s really more Joe’s area. But I’ll share what I can and if you have any questions you let me know in the

Wallpaper Wonderlust with Graham & Brown

how is wallpaper made?

Earlier this Autumn, I was invited to take a VIP tour of the Graham & Brown offices as International Wallpaper Week approached – a little behind the scenes excursion learning all about how wallpaper is designed and printed. As a self-proclaimed interiors geek, I couldn’t very well say no, could I? Probably why I ended up taking about 300 pictures. Oops…Fancy taking a sneak peak?

In The Kitchen with GBBO Legend, John Whaite

John Whaite Cookery School

Cake? Mulled wine? Great British Bake Off Alumni? Kitchen Design? Did I mention cake? Let’s face it, I couldn’t resist when an invite from AO.com landed in my inbox to join a baking class at John Whaite’s new cookery school. For Bake Off enthusiasts, you might remember John from Series 3 (he won, hoorah!) and upon arriving to a hot mug of specially brewed mulled

A Clay Day at Denby Pottery Village

Denby Pottery Village

I suppose it’s difficult for the average consumer to have a terribly specific opinion of a pottery brand if it just happens to be something you see on the high street from time to time. But saying that, after a recent trip to the Denby Pottery Village in Derbyshire, my views have changed. Let’s put it this way, if I ever break another mug (because

Picking Pumpkins at Kenyon Hall Farm

Pumpkin Picking

Whoever said Sunday mornings were easy clearly didn’t have a toddler at the time. Luna is going through such an exciting stage at the moment. She sees the world through wanderlust; everything needs to be explored, seen, tasted, touched. And so, most of our weekends are spend in the great outdoors being active and seeking out adventure. Today our adventure took us to Kenyon Hall

10 Manchester Interiors & Lifestyle Bloggers You Should Read

Manchester and Lifestyle Bloggers

When I first started blogging, I really struggled to find any interiors bloggers in the UK. I’d just started off documenting the purchase of our first home and it felt like the only other people on the same wavelength were in the US. Really inspiring reads but undeniable that the style of home between the suburbs of Manchester, UK and the enormous open-plan homes of

Dulux’s ‘Denim Drift’

Dulux Denim Drift Trend

I’m not really one for trends generally. I’m certainly of the view that you should decorate to your own taste and who cares what anyone else says? Saying that, sometimes it’s hard to know just how much you love something until you see it splattered all over a wall, styled, and experimented with in its full glory – and that’s something that seasonal trends gives