I’m having my first little BUB! and I can hardly wait.
I haven’t done much sharing online so far but I couldn’t stand it any longer… I’m already 31 and a bit weeks through, meaning about 2 months to go, I’m so excited and also crazy busy.
Here are some nurseries I love, I hope to share mine with you soon!
View from the fridge
Desire to Inspire
Lay Baby Lay
Make Bake & Love
There is a little hint as to what I am having…
Love a calm natural and neutral colour base with just hints of colour, that I can change and adapt depending on my moods and the seasons. Mixture of soft warm fabric and functional artistic pieces balance the room but also make it feel inviting.
Photograph by: Freshome
Photograph by: PomPom
Photograph by: Vintage Tea Roses
Photograph by: me
Photograph by: Molly Meg
Photograph by: Boligcious Blog
Photograph by: Kemi Boutique
Photograph by: My Scandinavian Home
Photograph by: WeddBook
Photograph by: 100 Layer Cake
I’m not normally very girly or floral person, however there is something that happens in spring that is just magical, here are some simple floral arrangements for you to try this spring.
Above photographs by Home Designing
A few stand out pieces in a home are lovely and why not have something that will make you smile.
Above photograph by Refinery 29
Above photograph by Corner Store
Above Photograph by Lilly Pulitzer/Lee Jofa
Above photograph by House Beautiful
Why not add a splash of floral to your home…
I live within a few minutes walk and drive to some of Australia’s most stunning beaches on the NSW coast, so naturally I love all things beach and ocean related. Sand, surf and sun is very much a part of my life, so with that in mind I like to include beach decor into my interior design style…
However I’m not one for excessive or themed homes/rooms, I like small touches that remind me that summer is just around the corner and its time to get back in the water!
Using colour and ocean tones does this, worn and whitewashed furniture pieces show the weathering of the ocean, I enjoy a mix of modern and classic Australian beach home (those beautiful old weatherboard homes can be done in any style you like). I think the most beautiful part of beach homes are the use of natural materials (which I adore) wood, stone and bringing the outside in, sand, corals, grass, plant life and shells.
The use of huge floor to ceiling windows lets you enjoy the view and the use of the colour white encourages space and sunshine. Its all just beautiful!
I love this style of home décor, it provides a sense of space and sophistication, but it also lets shine the individuals taste and personality.
Above photographs by alvhemmakleri
I also adore the use of timber floors, be it painted white, black or left natural.
Above two photographs by Per Gunnarsson
The reason I love this style is the white space, it provides you with a sense of freedom to add what you like and adjust colours and textures, from season to season.