Last week was a big week for me, not only because of the relaunch of this blog, but also my first full interior story for Homestyle magazine was published. It was such a great feeling to have a copy of it in my hands and read it over the weekend. Today I’m excited to share a few of the images from the shoot with you.
When we look at a beautiful artisan product, quite often we are unaware of the beauty that takes place as the makers create their craft. I had the chance to witness Isaac and Steve of Monmouth Glass Studio, in the act of blowing glass earlier this month and the experience has certainly left an impression. I’ve long admired blown glass, but I was quite taken back by the surreal experience of watching this ancient craft.
Totokaelo is an online store with a flawlessly curated collection of art and object for the home. I seriously had to contain myself with the amount of images to show here today because it’s one of those rare stores where I would happily purchase pretty much anything – if finances (and space) allowed that is.
Welcome to my Styled Canvas. It feels so good to finally write those words!
It’s been a long time coming and some of you have been incredibly patient waiting for the big reveal. Well here it is and I feel really proud of it.
The serendipity of life never ceases to amaze me. Even more so thanks to this wonderful World Wide Web that we so love to play on. For this Urban Jungle Bloggers, Hanging Plants edition, let me take you on a little story.