I’ve received copies of all of the photos from my More magazine photoshoot, so here are a few of them! 🙂 It’s such a shame I didn’t have Merlin at the time! And that my hair is so terrible!

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The poll on my sidebar shows that you guys love reading posts about home and interior inspirations! So today I want to show you these gorgeous home accessories that I was sent by Rapunzel’s Retreat. Rapunzel’s Retreat is a new online boutique, and they love vintage home accessories and gifts, including country-style, traditional, French-style or shabby-chic. Rapunzel’s Retreat has a range of products to suit all home decors and interiors. Their website is categoised into different styles: vintage, shabby chic, or nautical. You can also search by product! They currently stock Sass & Belle, Shoeless Joe and Heaven Sends for…

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Live Laugh Love are a family run business who love all things vintage! They started out at antique markets, and ended up at top selling home magazine shows. Their inspiration comes from painted items that are distressed and worn around the edges, pretty faded vintage fabrics, original 1930’s chintz china, and Victorian glass.  Live Laugh Love sell some lovely pieces at very affordable prices, and have a unique collection of products to enhance your home, or transform it into a vintage haven. Their website is brimming full with hundreds of beautiful items, all with a unique charm. You could get…

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This week, I was featured in More Magazine! I was on the ‘Anatomy of a Room’ page, where they feature cool and interesting interiors. Bex recommended me to More on Twitter, so they got in touch as they were interested in using my bedroom for an article. I had the photoshoot done in early June, so it’s taken a while to get published.  I had to choose a few favourite things to have on show, so I hung up that floral dress, and set out a pair of my favourite shoes. I also wore one of my favourite dresses! I…

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TV’s are one of those ugly things that you have to have in your bedroom or lounge, and they all come with a bog standard black plastic casing. They’re big and don’t coordinate with the rest of the colours in the room, and they are pretty unuattractive! So I thought I would try and make mine blend in a bit more by giving it a bit of a make over. I decided to go over the edge of my TV screen in Cath Kidston floral masking tape, just so it’s fits in bit more. It’s unfortunate it can’t be customised…

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