Sarnies, Bangkok

I was in Thailand for what felt like 5 mins- Bangkok specifically. I went for my friends wedding and it was nothing short of stunning to say the least. The wedding was beautiful, she was beautiful. The sweetest thing- somewhere in her busy, stressful planning process, she managed to send a list across of all the cute spots in Thailand…
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Hemsley + Hemsley

You know when you walk into a space and you feel the need to automatically change your lifestyle, diet and everything in between….well that’s how I feel whenever I walk into Hemsley & Hemsley.. The bamboo-coloured walls complimented by the plants running throughout the space creates a calming and airy feel. The design concept works well with the menu which…
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DINING LIKE MRS DALLOWAY

So, I decided to take this blogging thing more seriously in 2019 and I think I’m going to stick to it. I may not have time to write something compelling or interesting with every post, but I’m going to try and be consistent with the photo content at least! I spent the evening at Dalloway Terrace and although London is…
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London’s floral den, Elan Cafe

From its flowery walls, marble table tops and memorable neon quotes, Elan is a dream. I spotted Elan when it first opened on Brompton Road and I was so eager to go!!– and yes it is truly as beautiful as it appears in photos. Everything is pink and well thought out! It’s every girly girl’s dream to be honest. Elan’s…
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LEADING WOMEN IN DESIGN

International Women’s day followed by Mother’s day – I couldn’t think of a better post to comeback with. First of all, I really can’t believe I haven’t blogged since October.!!! Work and life got in the way, but to be honest, I shouldn’t have waited this long. I work in Finance, so although some people think I work in an interior…
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Trends: Japonisme

I was flicking through my latest issue of Elle Decoration this week and I came across a trend that I’ve been into for a while: Japonisme. – Japanese inspired design. I love Japanese design because it’s minimalist! And as much as I love colour and stuff on stuff on stuff, I like the idea of nothingness. It’s very weird but…
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