• Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Boys Bedroom
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  • Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Girls Bedroom
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  • Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Indsutrial Loft Living Room
  • Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Neutral Master Bedroom
  • Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Boys Bedroom & Desk
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  • Interior Design Richmond London Emmerson & Fifteenth - Midcentury Sideboard

Favorite Things: Concrete Lighting Under £175

Concrete is obviously having a moment, and I’m all for it. If you love concrete even half as much as I do, and want to incorporate it into your decor, concrete lighting is a really easy option. I chatted about my stunning concrete lamp the other day, but there is a lot of pretty concrete lighting out there right now. Perhaps not as pretty as mine, but still pretty. 😉 I’ve rounded up a few options for you, and they’re all under… View Post

A New Concrete Desk Lamp from Frontal Factory

A New Concrete Desk Lamp from Frontal Factory

I promised one more post about my new work space, because I need to talk about the concrete desk lamp from Frontal Factory. I spotted this concrete and brass beauty at Design Junction. It belongs to a series called Form Follows Function. I got in touch with the designer behind Frontal Factory, Mehmet Birtane, to see if there was any way I could get my hands on one. My concrete desk lamp was one of a very limited number. Fortunately, though,… View Post

2016 in Review

2016 in Review

Happy (slightly belated) New Year! 2016 was the first full year for six years, that we haven’t moved house. We stayed put the entire year. That, on it’s own, makes me very happy indeed. It meant I was able to invest a lot more time and energy into making our little London abode our own. I completed two room makeovers, both for the One Room Challenge. The first, our shared kids room, has had the most hits of all the posts… View Post

Favourite Things: Love Your Home

Favourite Things: Love Your Home

You may remember me raving about how much I love the sofa we bought over summer. It’s the Clementine Chesterfield Sofa Bed from Love Your Home, and I genuinely have nothing but love for it. So much so that I recommended another one of their Chesterfields – the Charlotte – to a recent e-Design client. My love for this company doesn’t end with sofas, though, although they do do sofas – and chairs, and chaise longues – very well. Sofas & Other… View Post

Low-Key Christmas Decorating

Low-Key Christmas Decorating

I stick with simple when it comes to Christmas decorating. I use the same stuff every year, and generally only add to it when I can find pretty things in the sales after Christmas. Tree decorating is a whole family affair, so it’s full of cardboard and craft paper creations. It’s even got tinsel on it, at the kids’ request. There are bits with loads of baubles clumped together and other bits that are rather sparse, and the beads are… View Post

How to DIY a Waney/Live Edge Desk

How to DIY a Waney/Live Edge Desk

Our bedroom has built-in cabinets either side of a Velux window. They’re handy for storage, but they were a catch-all for clutter. I felt like they were crying out to be better utilised. I wanted to add a big piece of wood to the top and turn it into a desk and vanity area, ideally with a live edge (also called a waney edge), where the natural edge of the wood slab isn’t squared off. Naively, I thought it would be… View Post

Favorite Things: Hand-Painted Walls & Tiny Homes

Favorite Things: Hand-Painted Walls & Tiny Homes

DIY I love the hand-painted walls Kristen did in her hallway, and the rest of the space is gorgeous too. If you haven’t already, go check it out on The Hunted Interior. FINDS I’m pretty much in love with all of French Connection’s rugs. I only wish they came in bigger sizes too. I just splurged on this gorgeous bowl – I think it might inspire a mini kitchen makeover. I’m starting to think about giving our cramped entryway a little… View Post

e-Design: A Calm Country Cottage Living Room

e-Design: A Calm Country Cottage Living Room

I’ve been working on an e-Design plan for the cottage living room of one of the loveliest families ever. They’ve got two gorgeous kids, aged 4 and 2, and they wanted to carve out an adult space free from all the plastic paraphenalia that comes with living with small people. Inspiration The brief was a calm, clean, clutter-free area space with a traditional vibe, “typical of a Country Living feature.” I pulled together a few photos that, I thought, summarised the… View Post

e-Design: A Vintage-Inspired Boys’ Bedroom

e-Design: A Vintage-Inspired Boys’ Bedroom

A couple of months ago, I did an e-Design for a shared boys’ bedroom. They’re the oldest two (age six and eight) in a family of five children. Their bedroom is big and bright, with a gorgeous fireplace and lovely high ceilings. It had been newly painted in Farrrow & Ball’s Ammonite (a soft, warm grey), and had new carpet installed, so the design was really all about finishing touches to create a calmer, more cohesive space. They listed their needs/wants… View Post

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