We've been living in our one bed Victorian basement flat in South East London for almost 2 years now. We've been renovating the interior on and off during this time, and it's unrecognisable from the sorry state it was in when we first moved in. But the space is still small. And we have A… Continue reading Thinking bigger
As we live in London, we're really lucky to have a good size garden. This does mean though that due to lack of time and money to do anything with it, a large section of it had become a dumping area for wood, stones and weeds. This end of our garden gets the most sun all day… Continue reading Down at the bottom of the garden…
For my first year of growing our own veg, I wanted to try to grow some more unusual things alongside the more standard UK produce. I read about Mouse Melons in The Urban Kitchen Gardener: Growing and cooking in the City, and thought they sounded interesting. They are native to Mexico and Central America, so I wasn't… Continue reading Growing our own – mouse melons
If I lived here I would never go out. I mean it. I'd get food ordered in and have parties around the pool every day. This home is in Nottingham, England, and is mid-century interior inspiration at its best... All images Shoot Factory
This kitchen diner is so beautiful it makes me want to cry. Where do I start as to how much I love this space? Ok...the exposed brick, use of glass sliding doors to the garden, the glass roof, the gorgeous vintage quirky touches, those sinks, The Xavier Pauchard Tolix Stools, the amazing storage wall...'sigh!' All… Continue reading Exposed brick + vintage + glass = kitchen envy
Everything seems to have suddenly gone crazy in our garden. We've had so much rain it's resembling a mini jungle at the moment, but at least things are growing, including things in the vegetable patch. This is the first time I've attempted to grow my own food, so it's all new to me. I hadn't… Continue reading Growing our own update
Thanks to Stylist magazine for putting on their site a free download of the prettiest bunting I've seen - designed by the talented Rob Ryan. Just click here to go to the Stylist site and you can download the design to make your own Rob Ryan Jubilee Bunting.