1. Pretty new Boden pieces for spring / summer. 2. Bringing a little nature into my home. 3. The delightful Illyria Pottery in Oxford where Katie makes everything in the workshop below. 4. March is about getting organised and setting good habits. 5. For the love of teal. 6. Sharing 50 fun things to do at Easter. 7. I think Hermes won the award for the foxiest window display on Bond Street. 8. Monday objectives: get stuff done and drink tea. 9. Sharing a few ways to style up your home for spring.
1. A beautiful blue beach house for throwback Thursday. 2. Tiny things from Paris. 3. Finding inspiration in London. 4. ‘Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.’ Jim Rohn 5. Sharing a few ways to be more mindful in everyday life. 6. An Easter flat lay of flowers and Mini Eggs. 7. A Friday of fun in this remarkable city. 8. Sharing 5 of my favourite Instagram accounts. 9. Returning home after a fabulous Easter with my family in Herefordshire.
1. A forest for Thursday. 2. A new photograph for my contact page. 3. Bringing a little spring into the home. 4. Ticking things off my Easter checklist. 5. Heading out for a glass of wine, some noodles and to see The Coral. 6. The colours of spring. 7. Enjoying the vintage pieces that survived my declutter. 8. My wardrobe is mostly made up of spots and stripes. 9. Celebrating finishing a huge job with chocolate Guinness cake in the Cotswolds.
I’m back after a much-needed break and I must admit I’ve missed my daily dose of creativity. Spending time away was really motivating and I can’t wait to get stuck into this fresh new season. I tried to spend time offline because last month I found there was too much mindless scrolling. I’d like to get back to using social media as a treat rather than a default setting in between tasks!
I spent Easter at home here in Oxford and with my family exploring Herefordshire, Kent and Sussex. There was so much inspiration and I was forever jotting down ideas and taking photographs. My sister and I also cleared our parent’s loft being reunited with GCSE, A-level, foundation and degree level art. It was fascinating to see and we enjoyed letting the whole lot go!
I visited the Ideal Home Show with Kat of Kat Got the Cream which provided the perfect excuse to soak up a little London in between cups of tea and blog chat. I hope you had a wonderful month and April is prettier than a forest of bluebells.
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