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Saturday, 20 May 2017

DIY: How to Make a Marble Top Table

I often used to post about little DIY projects I would complete at home, but it's literally been years since I last did something creative! But a couple of weeks ago I got my creative mojo back and decided I wanted to give this lovely French style bedside table (from Out There Interiors) a little make over.

It's been in my dressing room for 18 months with bare, raw wood and heavy metal drawer pulls. I quite liked the natural finish, but it didn't really fit in with the rest of the decor. I decided to give it a lick of paint, some new knobs, and a stylish new top to freshen it up a bit. Here is my little guide on how to make a marble top table. 

How to make a marble topped table before and after

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Life in Instagram: April 2017

April was a pretty busy month for me, and therefore lots was going on over on my Instagram! If you don't already, I'd really appreciate it if you could follow me so you can keep up to date with all my latest happenings!

Sunday, 7 May 2017

Copper Homeware Accessories from Red Candy

Pretty homeware accessories in copper and metallic gold tones are still a hot trend, often alongside a marble background. I'm a bit late to the whole thing, but luckily Red Candy have come to my rescue and now I have officially jumped on the bandwagon. And I'm not ashamed to confess my new love for copper homeware accessories and pineapples!

Copper Homeware Accessories with marble background

Saturday, 29 April 2017

Drinks and Dinner at Icebar London

For Easter weekend my boyfriend Gavin and I spent the nice long Bank Holiday weekend in London. I have a separate post coming up on where we stayed and what we got up to, but our visit to Icebar London deserved a whole post to itself! 

I'd seen lots of my friends on Facebook and Instagram had visited Icebar London and it had been on my 'to do' list for a little while, so I was very excited when I was invited to visit! Icebar is really easy to get to, as it's located just off Regents Street between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations.

Icebar London sculpture