Ten no-fail interior design tips I’ve learned from style guru, Dabito

It’s hard to pin down exactly what he does because he’s multi-talented, but along with being the professional photographer for Justina Blakeney’s best selling book, The New Bohemians, Dabito is a stylist, printmaker, graphic designer and the blogger behind Old Brand New. His style mixes modern and vintage, boho neutrals with vivid bright colours, and the whole shebang is heavily…

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Go bold or go home – when eco-friendly interiors get edgy

Now this post’s title is not something I was expecting to write. Edgy eco-friendly interiors? You have got to be kidding me! Surely any eco-friendly interiors have to be: a) taupe/beige/griege or any combination of those hues and b) completely un-noteworthy in and of themselves meaning you have to actually tell people how eco-friendly the thing is because there is…

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Think ethical = boring? Five kick-ass brands to prove you wrong

Some days I just want to scream. I was reading an article the other day about business branding (because, you know, I know how to party..!). Anyway, the point the author made was that it is unhelpful for a business to include the word ‘ethical’ in its branding because people associate it with being boring. Ugh. Maaaaaaaan how frustrating! Years ago, it…

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Cushion of the Week: Mustard Mudcloth from YONDER.Living

I’ve finally taken photos of my latest purchase from one of my favourite UK online interior stores, YONDER.Living. Brimming with colourful products from around the world, YONDER.Living never fails to inspire me. I couldn’t resist their latest collection and was really taken with this mustard mudcloth cushion from Mali.  And yes, I may have bought some other things too, but let’s…

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