Today I'm sharing some snaps of the kitchen teacup chandelier, who has not only been cleaned (it was pretty grimy!), but has also been given a makeover.
Beautiful old books and pretty teacups are the bare essentials of any home I think, especially when it's so easy to find them still.
As I've said before, working with small brands and businesses is something that I really love doing. Building up a long term working relationship is something really special, especially in this crazy fast paced world.
Here are some pretty ranunculus for you all. I love how they look like ballet tutus, and the way the edge of the petals turn a vintage blush pink is just divine.
I have so many ideas for 2019, but the enthusiasm didn't burst forth on the 1st of January, and it's taken me a while to get back to regular routine after the festive period.
I know that for a lot of people, January is a tough month. The lack of daylight hours, freezing weather, grey days and absence of greenery or blooms in the garden, mean that many people are ready for spring.