Do you have family and friends coming home for the holidays? Are you looking for stylish and unique gifts for everyone but have no time to shop for anything unusual because you're too busy prepping the house?
Keep reading to find out how to help all of your guests enjoy their best Christmas yet with a special gift which they can not only use during their visit but they can treasure happy memories of you whenever they use it.
Here’s a round up of gifts for everyone from the trendsetters to the hygge homebirds and of course we can't forget the pets in your life.
Do you think in pink or do you run away from rose?
Not just for little girls rooms, blush and powder pink provide a more grown up approach to using the colour and offer a more sophisticated look.
Blush pink is the the colour of the moment if my blanket sales are anything to go by this year.
This rosy-hued shade can be both fresh and cosy depending on how you style it. Given its versatility it’s a trend you can definitely get behind.
We’re not talking 70’s velvet filled boudoirs here either. Blush Pink makes a great accent shade that fits with almost all colour schemes and, styled correctly, can make your home look fresh, modern and oh so grown up.
So whether you’re looking to transform an entire room, or just add a rosy statement piece, let me show you how to easily mix this on trend shade into your home*
The summer holidays are in full swing - woohoo!
While you're dreaming of which flavour ice cream you'll have first and just how many different cocktails is reasonable to try in one day, I've got your holiday accessories styling sorted.
Are you in the market for a holiday bag that will work with any outfit and for any occasion?
This week we have been talking to Louise Daniel, founder of the #thinksmalluk movement and AndSoToShop website.
As a small business owner herself she went looking for a targeted platform to sell her wares. After approaching various huge bridal blogs and marketplaces, she felt that her business would be lost among all the other suppliers featured on these sites and that they weren’t specifically tailored to support small hand-makers.
She therefore decided to do things differently and champion Britain's best microbusinesses. Louise believed that if she could help suppliers to grow and nurture their businesses, they would have time to create unique, beautiful and tailored pieces.