Always dreaming about that perfect home, and trying to make my current flat as good as can be. Posts about dream interiors, home decor finds and anything home related. Want to work with me on a post? Email me!
if you’re a fan of colour, design or are a visual creative you’ll probably know by now that ‘greenery’ is pantone colour of the year for 2017.
wayfair challenged me to make a moodboard to show ways that you can bring a bit of green into your home decor. if you want to revamp your home for the new year and/or like to take note from colour trends (or you just love green) then hopefully you can find some items here you enjoy. read this post
greenery in the home was last modified: 08:00 by laura redburn
how do you feel about it? what’s the most important part of it for you? what do you enjoy the most about it?
christmas has always been a bit of a weird one for me. i do celebrate it, but in a much more restrained way than most. i’ve said this before, but food is the best part of christmas for me. i don’t really have family, and christmas was never really a big thing for us when i was little. food has always been the constant regardless of surroundings. the boyfriend and i can’t afford anything extravagant, but we do our best with what we have and it’s always delicious. read this post
christmas decor with homesense was last modified: 08:00 by laura redburn
camera and plant pot – charity shops / small dipped storage pots – flying tiger
my studio/work room/room where we sometimes put random things that don’t belong anywhere else is not a room for lovers of minimalism. there’s lots of colour, and lots of things everywhere. most of it has a purpose but some is purely decorative too. i can sense a lot of people would see this room and think there’s too much ‘stuff’, but it’s right for me, and that’s what matters right? whoever you are, whatever you do – it’s always nice to have a space that feels ‘you’.
i’ll do a post soon with wider shots showing the whole room, but i just wanted to share some shots of details and little bits and bobs. i’ll try and list where everything is from, but if you want to know about something specific, just ask in the comments.
we live in a relatively dark flat, so as we don’t have much natural light, it’s essential to bring in light somehow, and obviously the main way is via lamps (and candles) scattered around the home.
i realised recently my home décor tastes are relatively similar to my dads: a strong nudge towards vintage and retro, with an eclectic feel. basically i don’t really do matchy-matchy style and prefer pieces that kind of ‘fit’ as a whole despite not being overly similar. read this post
geometric home decor was last modified: 08:00 by laura redburn