Sunday Bedroom Snaps

Pink Shabby Chic cupboard

Vintage mirror

Thrifted treasures

Hello everyone!

I hope you’re having a lovely weekend.  It’s been a quiet one here, editing photos from another home tour that I shot in London this week, such a beautiful and inspiring house!  Can’t wait to share it with you when it comes out.

I’ve made a couple of small changes in the bedroom, so I quickly snapped this little corner to share with you this morning.  Mum and Dad came up last week to babysit whilst I was in London, so thanks to my Dad I finally have the last curtain rail up in my bedroom (you can see the curtain rails here).  I’ve hung a pink linen sheet up at the moment, although it doesn’t match the neutral sheets in my bay window – it’s taken 5 years to get the rail up, so I’m in no rush to remedy that!  Plus this little corner looks rather pretty with the pink linen.

I gave this little cupboard a makeover by painting it in Antoinette by Annie Sloan (Annie gifted me the tin after featuring my home in her bookazine, The Colourist).  I lined the back of the cupboard in some pretty 1980’s floral wallpaper, that I got for free at a car boot fair in the spring.  I bought the gorgeous Vernon Ward framed print from the Arther Swallow fair back in September from my friend Sally (Shakespeare’s Vintage).  I can never resist a Vernon Ward print, with their pretty pastels and almost kitsch vibe.

My little collection of swans (this is just a few of them!) have finally found a home in my bedroom on the mantelpiece, and I think they look quite at home there serenely making their way down an imaginary river.

I’m working from home this week, so I might attempt another blog every day – I have so much content to share before I get onto my festive pics!  I hope you’ll join me this week!

Tamsyn x


1 Comment

  1. Sally Shakespeare
    18th November 2019 / 8:05 am

    The picture looks as if it was painted especially for your room Tamsyn! It was so lovely seeing you again at the Arthur Swallow fair at Ripley – just wish we’d have had longer to chat and that I could have gone to your vintage styling workshop Looking forward to seeing your Christmassy pics – love a vintage Christmas! xx

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