Laduree macarons, a treat from my man. Luxury! Bits and bobs of the vintage variety in my bedroom. Scribbling ideas in my mini Moleskine. Sweet pink roses in the Harrods Food Hall. Vintage valentine cards make my heart sing. Gorgeous roses in Chelsea, London. A Valentine Bambi and vintage wedding favours. A very crafty squirrel. Peonies (by Jo Malone) and vintage Valentine cards from my man on Valentine’s day. How lovely!
Floral curtains from my last house, one of the reasons I bought it! Items on my wish list at Kate Spade. These Boden boots are made for walking. Agnes b, Marylebone High Street, where I was once the manager. Many happy memories. My favourite colour and my favourite coloured box. Exquisite bottles and packaging at Diptyque. Oh Chanel, how I love you! Enjoying my rainy day mac by Boden, who recently asked me to take part in their the importance of being Boden campaign. The beautiful painted facades of Oxford.
Bikes. Always. How much is that cushion in the window? Yellow roses to cheer up a grey day. My shabby chic curtains and favourite Sanderson print. Glorious sunshine and classical columns in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. Butterflies at lunchtime in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Daffodils – Spring must be just around the corner. ‘To love something is to give it room enough to grow’. A basket of vintage floral loveliness.
A romantic Sunday afternoon stroll with my man in Woodstock. Off to the Butterfly Ball. Bikes and pretty painted doors, that’s what Oxford is made of. My camera collects pastel coloured Vespas. A vase of sunshine. A sneak peek of my living room makeover with Eames rocker by Vitra and cushions by Oral Kiely. Weekend browsing in a Cotswold antique centre. ‘I’d love a Babycham’. Lovely Laduree, Covent Garden.
Happy (I can’t believe it’s) March (already)! My onward journey has already begun over on Instagram, maybe I’ll see you there.