I rocked up to Decorex International at Perks Field and The Orangery, Kensington Palace, excited to see how the Queen of London Design Festival would compare to the other shows I had visited earlier in the week. I walked in to Perks field and took a moment to draw breath. I had been transported toContinue reading “Decorex International 2013! The Queen of LDF2013”
I have been an avid reader of the iconic Elle Decoration since 1998 and it has been a huge part of keeping me informed, fuelling my passion for interiors, designs/designers, brands and ideas. Elle has seen me through my younger heady days, through bearing children and growing older, it is a magazine which crosses generationsContinue reading “Elle Decoration Design Awards Party!”
WOW! What a show! Design Junction was brilliant. Edgy urban venue, great brands/designers and the atmosphere was awesome. It all felt a bit magic. I only wish I had more time there, 30 minutes meant I was unable to see everything, so expect a part two to this! Willowlamp http://www.willowlamp.com was showing at 100% too,Continue reading “Design Junction LDF13 Room for a Pony favourites!”
A few days into #LDF and I couldn’t wait to check out 100% Design. I was not disappointed. There were some great brands and products and I wanted to share my favourites with you. So here they are! FormRoom http://www.formroom.com FormRoom specialise in bespoke furniture, interiors, pop-up shops and lighting in the luxury retail industry.Continue reading “100% Design – Room for a Pony highlights!”
My first taste of the London Design Festival today! What an awesome start to the week! First off I won the Decorex competition ‘Hidden London’ so I am going to the Elle Deco Design Awards shortlist party which made my day! Very excited. Secondly I met Gwyneth Leech an amazing artist at Anthropologie designing cupsContinue reading “London Design Festival #day1”
On my way to work this morning, I was scanning the buildings towering over me. In central London there are so many beautiful buildings, secret turrets, little alleys full of boutiques and cafes. I love pottering about and find new places. Today these buildings struck me. So contrasting and yet so London! Old and new,Continue reading “London old and new architecture”
Driving in Paris, I came across this wonderful building! A copper clad space, quite new and shiny. I would love to go back in a few years to see how the copper has aged with time and the elements, if I could remember where it was…..