My little world

Hello!! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a new blog. We’ve had a tiring couple of months…Holidays…Work… Life… Our wee bathroom is finally starting to feel well balanced. The colours & finishes are almost right with a few pieces to finish off Skirting painted & secured New ceiling trim Plaster waste pipe boxing Paint waste pipe boxing Prime & paint windowsill Install Tom Raffield … Continue reading My little world

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

Bathroom Refit- use space well

I have been thinking of replacing our bathroom for a few years, perhaps over thinking it much like many people. Many factors can be at play…budget, hassle & whither you would get your money back when you sell your house. All are extremely relevant. I personally think our house would definitely benefit from a refurb, but mainly because we currently do not have a bath, … Continue reading Bathroom Refit- use space well

RIBA House of the Year

It truly doesn’t surprise me that a house in the Scottish Highlands has been awarded RIBA house of the year. I might be slightly biased, as I come from Scotland, however I think that it is a very inspiring part of the world and I feel that the space compliments the surroundings perfectly. Designers should think of the context to which their building / space … Continue reading RIBA House of the Year