If you know anyone like myself, who adores anything that can brighten up my interiors, then this might be a helpful gift guide for you! Especially if they love shabby chic, vintage styles. I like to keep my bedroom as a really peaceful, restful place, and I fill it with things that I think are pretty and delicate to make me feel happy. It’s nice to be able to take pride in your space and feel relaxed in your own home…

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Christmas is fast approaching and it’s probably time to start Christmas shopping for most of us. Buying for some members of the family can be difficult, but if you have anyone you know that loves good old fashioned baking and gardening, you should take a look at Garden Trading. Their products are well designed and practical but not overly contemporary. They look classic but with clean lines and a homely feel.  They sell a range of products that would be perfect…

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I mentioned a week or two ago about how I was thrilled to have won a £100 voucher to spend at Dunelm Mill! You may think.. ‘that’s so uncool, Dunelm is a granny shop’. Well let me inform you, it’s not! It’s super stylish, and my local store has actually just been refurbished and is now two floors of pretty homely products! They had so much nice stuff, although I couldn’t buy some stuff because I just have nowhere to put…

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I was very lucky to have won a £100 Dunelm Mill voucher from their Facebook page. I love Dunelm, they sell such pretty things for the home at really good prices! I can’t wait to go spend my voucher soon, here are some lovely things I’ve spotted on their website. I think I might have to go buy them all! I especially love that cupcake cushion.. how cute is that! They’re all reasonably priced too so hopefully I can get quite…

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Along with Cath Kidston, Sass and Belle were one of the companies that got me inspired by all things pretty for the home. I first visited their Covent Garden store when I was about 17 on a day trip to London with some friends. The little shop is hidden beneath the Covent Garden Market, and it is a U shaped shop filled with beautiful homewares and accessories!  Photos are my own Everything in there is so beautiful and I want it…

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The same day I made my DIY clothes hangers, I also decided to use the same paint to revamp an ugly piece of my furniture! I’ve had this ugly little pine chest hidden in my built in wardrobe forever. I had even painted the wooden knob on the drawer pink in my teen years! Gross. Luckily it was hidden away from view but I did use it as storage. So as I was painting away at my hangers, I decided to…

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