This caught my eye and I just had to share it with you for the artistic sense today and perhaps for you to bookmark as an online shop is coming soon.
Hi everyone I just wanted to check in and say a quick hello. I had the most amazing time and I’m in love with Queenstown! We arrived home last night exhausted and refreshed after five days of skiing, restaurants and hotel luxury… heaven! I think I’ll have to do a little post about it soon and share some of our photos.
I love a house full of artwork. For me a mix of different styles make for an interesting home. It could be a wall collage or a statement piece above the lounge, walls are there to be decorated I say! While I love including a mix of mediums, to me nothing beats an original painting, there’s something so noble about it and it will always be there to keep, pass on to others or even sell.
A quick hello because today I’m busy preparing for my long awaited getaway with Guillaume to Queenstown this Sunday. I thought this day would never come! This is the long awaited trip we’ve been planning to celebrate both of us turning forty this year and it’s also our first holiday together alone since we started a family nearly seven years ago. My lovely parents even flew in from Sydney to take care of the kids.
Doris purchased her London apartment a few years ago and threw herself into making it into a family home. It was during that time that a shift happened in her life and she realised how much she enjoyed the process, so she enrolled herself in an Interior Design course. Her blog, Diary of an Interior Novice is a document of all of her learning along with personal projects and interesting interviews with professionals who have also had career changes. It’s such a pleasure to welcome Doris today as she shares with us, what’s on her wall.
Did you once own a wind chime? Mine was made out of half a coconut with seashells hanging from it. I bought it during my very first holiday away with friends (no parents in sight) to Byron Bay on the far north New South Wales coast.
Part of the brief for the Design*Sponge shoot, was that I was to supply a maximum of twenty photos. As you can imagine, I have quite a few unused photos hanging around, so I thought I might share some of the unseen kitchen shots with you today.« Previous Entries