So, our reno is creeping along at half the pace of a snail. While it’s frustrating that we seem to have more problems than solutions, at least it means we can spend more time looking for fixtures and finishes.

It is awfully sodden in my neck of the woods – in fact, one of these wouldn’t go astray. I just need the matching Hills Hoist!


Image: Trend Hunter

Resting on wild flowers and ferns leads to a field of dreams – just ask Danish designer Dorte Agergaad and her latest textile collection, PURE.


About bloody time! Here’s some modern kid’s furniture that isn’t covered in a lairy Disney print.


Holy cow! This renovation of an existing loft apartment and sprinkler tank house in downtown New York, gets full marks for ingenuity.

More than just a furniture concept store, Tale uncovers the unique story behind each of its vintage and antique pieces.

To find out more, check out my latest article for Broadsheet.

Brown paper packages tied up with string, these are a few of my favourite things…The only problem is, this isn’t actually mine! It’s a present I bought for a friend’s little boy.

I was so excited when I found this Charley Harper Memory Game, but when it arrived in the mail from We Heart Books, I was….well, rapt! Wrapped with such love, it’s clear that whatever We Heart Books do, they do it with heart.

I’ll be back We Heart Books – if only to get my own brown paper package tied up with string!

PS: Check out We Heart Book’s idea for Charley Harper wall wart using this set of memory cards.

Images: Creative Review

Wedding. Schmedding. Not everyone is looking forward to Kate and Wills getting hitched in a few months time. In fact, illustrator Lydia Leith has just released a cheeky, screenprinted ‘Throne Up’ sick bag. I’m sure republicans everywhere will be have it at the ready on 29 April!

£3.00; available online.
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It’s hard to believe, but this incredible vision is actually a bank!

I really like this poster by Mike Monteiro.

Oh, and this one. And this one.
Such a simple execution of choice words and sentiments. And to think that in Mike’s artist statement he says, ‘I’m really not good with words.’
Yeah, right?!