I’m on a real interiors kick right now and so when Hannah sent me over a selection of new products she has just added to the Ebury Home and Garden collection, I fell in love with the tastefully chic selection of linens and bathroom additions. Remember Hannah – yes, she of the perfect home. It’s hard not to be envious right?
I can’t go any further without drawing your attention to my absolute favourite item, these cute little mustard pots, perfect for single blooms…
Just gorgeous – They make me want to speak in a french accent and spend long afternoons lazing over lunch with bread and cheese.
I think bathrooms get a little neglected when it comes to styling but I love the range Hannah has curated of delicate soaps, (perfect for guests or impromptu gifts,) and cleverly practical items like these bamboo toothbrushes (now that really would make you the prefect host, eco and all!) or the printed laundry bag.
If it’s your kitchen that needs a little rustic style then how about these artichoke candles as a table centrepiece, paired with natural linens and I am in love with the linen cushions too. It’s all beautifully subtle and perfect for that longed-for Indian summer.
Do head on over and check out the Ebury Home and Garden site, particularly if it’s new to you. Hannah has collected some really beautiful things.
This morning I wanted to share a little treat and show you where you can see more beautiful pictures like the one below. I’ve talked about 91 Magazine before, a crafty vintage style online magazine, choc full of inspiration for DIY projects, food, interiors and crafts. Although I’m not the world’s biggest DIY fan (where does the time go?) I do love unique style. DIY, crafting and up-cycling are the only way to truly get one of a kind touches. 91 Magazine‘s editor Caroline has been kind enough to share an excerpt from the current issue, Issue 3, in this case, the home tour of a ceramicist living in Paris. Expect to feel inspired!
“If you’ve ever dreamed of living the life of an artist in Paris, then step inside the apartment of ceramicist and textile designer Lise Meunier, and get a little taste of this envious lifestyle. Lise’s passion for crafts and found objects is evident in every corner of her spacious, light-filled apartment, which she shares with her partner and two children.”
“Lise’s creative passion began as a young girl in her childhood bedroom, making all sorts of things with found objects. She studied Art History and worked as an illustrators agent after graduating and enjoyed taking pottery classes. But deep down, she knew she wanted to devote more of her time to her own creations. So she quit her job to pursue her creative passions full-time. She currently divides her time between her studio where she can fire her ceramic work and designing and creating from her home.”