Summer Eclectic Home Tour

Summer Eclectic Home Tour

I’ve got a bumper post for you lovely lot today. As part of the Summer Eclectic Home Tour hosted by gorgeous Jess of Domicile 37, I’m sharing a few updates I’ve made in my dining area and my master bedroom, and a sneak peek at my never-before-seen-on-the-blog kitchen. Links to all the lovely spaces you can see above are at the bottom of this post. If you’ve hopped over here from The Rath Project, hi and welcome. I’m Lizzie. I live in a rented three-bed terrace in South West London, and… View Post

A Global Boho Kids Bedroom Makeover | One Room …

A Global Boho Kids Bedroom Makeover | One Room Challenge Reveal

It’s One Room Challenge reveal day! I’ve been banging on about this for ages, so you probably already know what I’m on about. In case you don’t, though: the One Room Challenge is a design event in which a bevy of interior design bloggers all makeover one room in their homes (or a clients) in six weeks, posting weekly updates. For this round, I picked my little girl’s bedroom. If you’d like to check out the progress posts for this kids room makeover, here are the links: Plans for Eleanor’s… View Post

One Room Challenge Week 6: Neutral Master Bedroom Reveal

One Room Challenge Week 6: Neutral Master Bedroom Reveal

Our neutral master bedroom makeover is finished, on time and everything! This last week has been rather crazy but it all came together, and I love how this room turned out. To recap, we rent a little three story house in London, and our bedroom is on the top floor. It’s a lovely light-filled space, and I wanted to keep it bright and neutral but bring in lots of layers and texture. You can check out all the progress posts here: Week 1: Design Plan  Week 2: Art & A… View Post

Living Room Progress And To Do List

Living Room Progress And To Do List

I shared the plans for our living room here a few months ago, but here’s a refresher: This isn’t a cheap room redo – there are a few new pieces that will be investments, for sure, which is why it’s taking time. That said, I do want to get it to a point where it looks mostly put together, which is why I’m joining in with the #1Room30Days challenge hosted by Alaya at Behind the Big Green Door. I’m bored of having tassels hanging on the wall in place of real… View Post

One Room Challenge Week 6: Shared Kids Room Reveal

One Room Challenge Week 6: Shared Kids Room Reveal

It’s reveal time, friends! My first One Room Challenge makeover is a wrap. Over the past six weeks, I’ve been working on the gender-neutral, shared kids room, turning it into a bright, happy space for my six-year-old son and four-year-old daughter. This was the plan, and I stuck to it pretty closely: We didn’t have much of a budget for this room, so I stuck with mainly things we already owned. The room isn’t big, but it’s lovely and light, and the perfectly centered window made the floor plan straightforward: The… View Post