Hygge is a Danish and Norwegian word for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment. As a cultural category with its sets of associated practices hygge has more or less the same meanings in Danish and Norwegian, but the notion is more central in Denmark than in Norway Bringing hygge pronounced hue-gah in the home is actually really easy. … Continue reading Hygge interiors
Lets talk zoning! I have to say in the six years I’ve lived in our wee hoose, we have never spent so much time phyically within its walls. We work, we travel, but how much time do we actually spend here!? Well now thanks to COVID 19- loads of time…which is great! I think that this time both my husband and I have spent at … Continue reading Rezoning our home- FORWARD PLANNING
I’m sitting here tonight, listening to the wind whistle through the trees, watching the flames of my ‘white pumpkin’ candle flicker and fill the room with autumn scents, it’s relaxing and I love it! Autumn is by far my favourite of the seasons, not only for cosy nights in, but because it brings amazing colours, and flavours to the home. So lets celebrate it! Its … Continue reading Autumn is here! Pumpkin time!
Something that has been playing on my mind the last few months is how much STUFF I have. As my husband said ‘if you were to draw our house as a cartoon, it would be bursting at the seams.’ Husband He is right. For having a small house, every drawer, cupboard and shelf is crammed! Normally with my stuff, rather than his to be fair. … Continue reading Minimalist thinking
Planning out a panelled wall can seem very daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Just follow these rules below, and you’ll have it done in no time. Choose a wall to use- Stair wall is perfect as it creates interest on, what is a very large wall. Work out how you would like your panels to look. There are so many ways you can … Continue reading Planning a Panelled Wall
Something I have come across very recently within my own home was the challenge to create a bold feature, in my livingroom area, at a reasonable cost. Painting a wall just wasn’t going to cut it. I’m a designer…I had to get creative. I thought to myself “ where can I make an impact in a big way, without undoing what I have at the … Continue reading Panelled walls