7 reasons I've started buying interiors magazines again!

Do you buy home magazines anymore? Do you even buy books any more or do you read them on your kindle or iPad? The relevance of buying home magazines when you can get endless interiors inspiration online is a issue that has been batted around interiors circles in recent months and one that I've had on my mind recently too. So why bother buying home magazines anymore? A few months ago my answer to this question would be very different... 

Colour Story: Green

Green is the next in my colour series and I have the talented botanical Artist Charlotte Argyrou giving us the lowdown on 3 trends that can help us use this colour with style in our homes. She also helps us understand a bit more about this hue and there is a little insight into her process. Go have a read for some serious inspiration! 

Colour Story: White (and why it’s never going on my walls!)

We all use white in our homes but do we do it because it's the best option or because we aren't sure what else to do! Here are some of my very personal thoughts on decorating with white and how we can do it more successfully! There are some top tips on getting to grips and understanding our own style too which for me is the secret to great design and creating rooms that we love. This is the first in a whole series where I am going to be putting the spotlight on different colours...

Making Space: Creating home around us

How do we consider the space around us and why is that important for our homes? Agnes from Room to Grow London helps address these issues and helps us how to think about our homes and renovations in a slightly different light. I'm hoping it helps you in whatever stage you are in your renovations but especially if you are in the planning of an extension to your home. 

Where do you start designing a Kitchen?

The kitchen is by far the hardest room to design in your home. There is so much to consider and fit into a desired space. Then there is choosing all the materials not to mention the colours that you want to use so it feels uniquely yours. Follow my journey through making our decisions and it might make help your own design journey a little easier. I can't wait for this dark, moody shaker-inspired kitchen to be fully functional in our 1930s home. Watch this space...

Kid's Room Grand Reveal!

Well here it is. The grand reveal of my son's monochrome bedroom with a triangular mountain mural framing the bed and mint green on the ceiling and wall. It's so super cosy in there and even has a gallery wall. Inspired by Where the Wild Things Are and painted solely in Valspar paint, this is definitely my favourite room in our home now! Have a peek at my kid's bedroom, designed by me Donna Ford, Skirting Boards and Chandeliers.