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Lately #19

My life is pretty boring at the moment (just the way I like it! No dramas for me, thank you!) but I thought I would do a quick catch up post on here anyway. I’ve finished work now, as my temporary summer job’s contract has ended. So I now have the worlds longest ever maternity…

Dreamy Crib Alert 4

The other day I was having a little digital clear out and I found a link that I saved. Its of an amazing mid century house that was up for sale in America which I planned to feature on my “Dreamy Cribs” series. Lets just forget that the last time I published a dreamy crib post was…

Dreamy Crib Alert 3

While compiling my Design Classic post about the Cross blanket I revisited my post about Papa Bear Chairs to insert the link, and it made me remember just how amazing Rachel Griffiths’s mid century LA home is. So amazing, that it deserves its very own post! What I love about the house is that this is a…

Dreamy Crib Alert 2

Here is a little festive treat for all you fans of mid century architecture and interiors out there! I spotted this house tour on Apartment Therapy and it induced a bad case of house envy. I love everything about it! The outside, the layout, the furniture, the art work, the ceramics. Its all so dreamy!…

Dreamy Crib Alert

I try not to do too many of these type of posts. You know, just copy and pasting stuff I have seen online. There are many reasons why I don’t, including I am not 100% sure about the legal side of things, and mainly that there are thousands, nay millions of other bloggers who do a much better…

Design Classic – Cocoa Eyes

Back in the late noughties when I first started reading blogs, in particular interior blogs like Apartment Therapy, Decor8 and Design Sponge etc, the Keep Calm poster was everywhere. Fast forward to 2014 and the bloggers favourite words of wisdom in the form of a print has all but disappeared (overkill maybe?) These days blogland is currently…

Good Reads Part 1

Lets talk books baby. Big, beautiful books with big, beautiful, bootilicious, drool-some pictures in them. I love non fiction books. Especially books about mid century modern design, interiors and architecture. The more pictures in them, the better if you ask me. These days I rarely buy magazines, I prefer to pay a bit extra for a…