Call me crazy but when Marks & Spencer first invited me to a sleep retreat at the beautifully quirky Artist Residence Hotel in London, I almost said no. Not because I don't love M&S and not because I wasn't curious to get a glimpse of the uniquely designed rooms that I'd previously only had a chance to swoon over on Instagram, but because I don't find London particularly restful or retreat-like.Read More
I've shared a few of my favourite finds with you over the past couple of months ... a gorgeous seagrass tray, an incredibly inexpensive ceramic popcorn bowl, a beautiful H&M blanket and a storage box that doubles up as the cutest breakfast in bed tray. With four posts under my belt (and potentially more in the archives), I'm pretty sure that I can now officially call it a series, right?
So welcome to my new series, 'My Favourite Finds'.
Tea towels and pom pom tiebacks, not two things which naturally go together, right? One performs a humble household task and the other adds a touch of frivolity or glamour to your curtains. But let me tell you, combined in the right way, they are crafting dynamite. Well, dynamite might be a slight exaggeration but a few minutes spent on a sewing machine can leave you with a seriously cute bag. Yep, a little drawstring bag made from an inexpensive cloth and a length of cord. Crazy! And actually, even if you don't have a sewing machine, you can probably use a sewing needle. They are that easy to make.Read More