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The Outdoor Art Collection at Surface View

With more and more of us using our garden as an extra room, it stands to reason that we want to decorate it like a room. And right on cue Surface View have developed a brand new collection that has been created specifically with the outdoor environment in mind.

Hibiscus Trionum from the…

Bunny Power – Five New Rabbit Prints From Ham

I’m always totally captivated by the prints at Ham and the five new designs that are being launched in time for Easter are no exception.

Redecorating Rabbit 

Established in 2011, Hamʼs minimal aesthetic successfully adds a serious edge to its playful subject matter. Childhood nostalgia and a fascination with the banal are key themes…

Home by Tribal

A few weeks ago while I was researching images for my ‘Tribal Art in the Home’ post, I stumbled across the online shop Home by Tribal.

The shop is a collaboration between experienced interior designers and decorators, Isabella Patterson and Wendy Holland, who share a love for all things beautiful. It’s also an ode to…

Tribal Art in the Home

I must confess. This is an interior look I really like. A hint that the owner has travelled far and wide. Tasted a bit of the exotic. Explored. Ventured into the unknown. And nothing says it quite as loudly or as eloquently as an over-sized black and white portrait. Sometimes…

The Miniatures Collection by Deborah Bowness

I’ve always been a big fan of Deborah Bowness wallpapers. In fact when I looked back into my archives there are no fewer than three posts there showing wonderful diversity of design.
I do think however that to do the creations justice you really do need high ceilings, or at the…

I Spy – Stina Persson Prints at Wonderwall

Unashamedly feminine, these two new prints at Wonderwall can jump into my Christmas stocking right now!
They are the work of Stina Persson who fuses the traditional with a downright edgy look that is appreciated by the likes of Louis Vuitton, Absolut Vodka, Sony Music and Nike among other clients. She also illustrates…

I Spy – Kristjana S Williams Studio

One of the highlights of attending LDF for me these days is spotting designers and companies that are either new or have so far alluded me. Quite how I had failed to notice the Kristjana S Williams Studio up until now I’ll never know because her work is not…

A Mini Makeover in the Hall

Last weekend it was the bedroom. This weekend it was the hall. Although I hesitate to call it that. It’s tiny. So tiny, I was in despair of ever finding a console table to fit it. That is, until I saw this one from Dwell. It fits perfectly, and…