Bathroom Renovation Project

  Creating the right environment / ConceptConsidering what you want your bathrrom (or any space) to be is an important starting point for any design. I had decided that this space was to be my ‘Calm’ space for relaxation & wellness after a busy day at work, where I could close the door & be at peace. Being a lover of the outdoors it seemed … Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Project

Interior Trends 2020

2020 has been a very funny year so far, a bit like something from a disater movie that you would never dream of being caught up in. It has allowed people to think about their homes in different ways, and work out needs over wants. Taking myself as an example- Creating a multi functional livingroom/ diningroom with enough space saving ideas to allow ‘oor wee … Continue reading Interior Trends 2020

PANTONE PREMONITION

Something that has been haunting me for a few weeks now, is how much we are all missing human interaction – yet we never spoke to our neighbours. We long for face to face contact, and yet sitting on the train everyone has always had their faces firmly in their phone screens- never thinking to look up and smile at the person opposite you. Late … Continue reading PANTONE PREMONITION

Kitchen planning

Soooo…. I’ve finally finished my bathroom. And honestly if I could spend my whole day in my bath, I absolutely would. I’m so proud of it and the rearranging the sink & radiator was so worth it. Now onto my next challenge! Kitchen/livingroom. Unfortunately the rearranging of my full downstairs space is going to mean making sore sacrifices when it comes to furniture, as I … Continue reading Kitchen planning

Wellbeing within Interior Design

  I have been reading the ‘Mrs Hinch-hinch yourself happy’ at the moment, and even though I am not very far into it there have been some very amazing points raised about how we treat our homes, and interiors in general. Mrs Hinch talks about ‘creating a home for you, not to impress others’ which I think is so important. As long as you love … Continue reading Wellbeing within Interior Design

Sticky Post

Upcycling dining chairs

I enjoy nothing more than taking old pieces of unloved furniture and giving them a new lease of life! And it doesn’t have to be a hard slog or expensive. Classic chair. Copyright Littledesignerlou I bought a set of two chairs from a charity shop close to my home. I thought they had a very classic shape which I could up-cycle very easily, whether it … Continue reading Upcycling dining chairs

Christmas decorations-How soon is too soon?

We all love a bit of Christmas sparkle and cheer at this cold and dark time of year right? However…how soon is too soon to put up the tree? I am of two minds. I like the idea of a lovely sparkly tree for the dark evenings to lift the spirits…however…Christmas adverts in November..is a bit crazy! It’s not even December yet and Im SICK … Continue reading Christmas decorations-How soon is too soon?

Supporting Scottish Artists

Within our homes we like to have quirky and timeless curios that evoke personality and have an interesting story. Emma Studio is an amazing Edinburgh based artist who creates unique and interesting vases’ and interior pieces from coloured cast concrete. I think they are charming, and a great way to bring colour into any space. It also makes me feel good to know that I … Continue reading Supporting Scottish Artists