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7 August 2014

Designer Inspiration: {Delightfull - parker wall lamp}

When it comes to design, I find myself highly attracted to uniqueness and quality. Delightfull are one of my favourite lighting brands. Each piece is carefully crafted by skilful artisans and magically transformed into perfect feature pieces. Not only does it illuminate a space but it is a piece of art in itself. Their newest creation is the Parker wall lamp. Absolutely stunning!

"Be seduced by the golden wall lamp Parker, a stilnovo sconce full of jazz groove. Its sophisticated golden brass tubes will light up the finest restaurants, lobbies & contemporary settings."

Handmade golden tubes were carefully joined together in order to achieve a piece ready to finish the most demanding projects. The different finishes that can be applied in this piece attributes to interior designers the power to be part of a personal and different experience.

{images courtesy of delightful}

Interior Inspiration: {Ali Cayne Manhattan Home}

I absolutely adore classic interiors with a hint of glamour and restaurateur, Ali Cayne has beautifully emphasised this look in her self designed Manhattan home. When it comes to designing and decorating your home its important to implement features and pieces which personally reflect your style. This interior oozes femininity mixed with glamour and sophistication. The use of natural wood flooring is stunning and works well in each room.

The use of marble in the kitchen alongside the metallic finishes and stunning chandeliers make this one of my favourite rooms. Femininity and glamour are illuminated through the use of pretty finishings and superb lighting. There's a wonderful abundance of light and I find the sleek finish beautifully complimenting to the overall design.

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{images via: domino}

27 July 2014

Interior Inspiration: {children's bedrooms with farrow & ball}

Farrow & Ball have always been a favourite paint source of mine, from updating shabby chic furniture to updating a room, their brilliant variety of paint colours and finishes suit any surface and design.When it comes to decorating children's bedrooms, colour and the use of creativity is a primary factor. Below Farrow & Ball have put together a great collection of inspirational children's bedrooms all painted using Farrow and Ball.

"Transform children’s rooms into colourful hideaways with Farrow & Ball modern emulsion.

When it comes to decorating it’s not only important to choose the right colour but also the right paint finish to suit your immediate needs. Available in all 132 Farrow & Ball colours, Modern Emulsion is a more hardwearing alternative to Estate Emulsion, while still retaining the matt Farrow & Ball look. This durable finish is the perfect choice for children’s bedrooms which not only have to live up to a lot of wear and tear, but also changing tastes over the years. From nurseries to teenage hideaways, the key is to choose colours and patterns that can be easily adapted and updated for a new look as and when tastes change.

Children’s playrooms and dens are great places to be bold and have fun with colour. Accents of bright colours like Rectory Red, Charlotte’s Locks, Yellowcake, St Giles Blue and Arsenic are a brilliant way to add vibrancy to a room and create pops of colour. While moodier tones like Down Pipe, Railings or Stiffkey Blue will create a striking backdrop with a contemporary edge in a teenage bedroom.

All our paints are water based and eco friendly with a low or minimal VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) content and low odour. Our paints have also been independently tested and approved to meet the Toy Safety Standard*, so parents can rest assured when decorating their children’s nurseries and bedrooms or painting children’s accessories, toys or cots. When complete washability, stain and scuff resistance is required, Modern Emulsion is the ultimate high performance alternative to Estate Emulsion. It has a low sheen level and is the ideal finish for all walls and ceilings in not only children’s bedrooms, but kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and other areas of intensive usage."

- Farrow & Ball

Wall: Pale Powder® No.204 & All White™ No.2005 Modern Emulsion.

Wall: Dayroom Yellow™ No.233, Lulworth Blue® No.89, Cinder Rose™ No.246, Breakfast
Room Green® No.81 & Blazer® No.212 Modern Emulsion, Door: Yellowcake® No.279 & Dayroom Yellow™ No.233 Estate® Eggshell.

Wall: Stiffkey Blue® No.281, Cook’s Blue® No.237, Blackened® No.2011 & Blazer® No.212 Modern Emulsion.
Wall: Stiffkey Blue® No.281, Blackened® No.2011 & Blazer® No.212 Modern Emulsion.

Wall: Stiffkey Blue® No.281, Cook’s Blue® No.237, & Blackened® No.2011 Modern Emulsion.

Wall: Cooking Apple Green® No.32, All White™ No.2005 & Calke Green® No.34 Modern
Emulsion. Stools: Churlish Green™ No.251 & Parma Gray® No.27 Estate® Eggshell.

Wall: Lamp Room Gray® No.88, Blackened® No.2011
& Pelt® No.254 Modern Emulsion, Floor: Pavillion Gray® No.242 Floor Paint.

Wall: Blackened® No.2011, Cook’s Blue® No.237, Dayroom Yellow™ No.233 & Incarnadine™ No.248 Modern Emulsion.

Wall: Cook’s Blue® No.237, St Giles Blue® No.280, Stiffkey Blue® No.281 & Lulworth Blue® No.89 Modern Emulsion.

Wallpaper: Vermicelli BP 1553, Nancy’s
Blushes® No.278 & Wimborne White® No.239, Wall: Pink Ground™ No.202 Modern Emulsion.

Wall: Churlish Green™ No.251, Down Pipe® No.26 & Ammonite® No.274 Modern Emulsion.

{images courtesy of Farrow & Ball}

25 July 2014

Style Inspiration: {Long Pixie / Little White Dress}

With Summer in full bloom I opted for a change of style and decided to go short. I've gone for a short pixie style cut and I absolutely love it. It feels fresh, light and sexy. When wearing a short style, attire has to be taken into consideration. Cute spring / summer dresses look great and stylishly compliment shorter styles. This evokes a more feminine look and ladylike appeal; think Audrey Hepburn and Audrey Tautou!

Photos by Gareth Mighall

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