Working in an industry surrounded by extravagant interiors, full of rich fabrics and detailed finishes; I often enjoy understanding how these luxurious items are made.
The main square in Covent Garden has joined in the creative vibes with an incredible installation by Charles Petillon. The French artist has transformed the Grade II listed building into a sky of fluffy white clouds.
I’ve finally fully landed back in London after a whirlwind summer of weddings and overseas trips.
September is one of my favourite months as it tends to be surprisingly sunny and because it is jam packed with design events for the London Design Festival.
The finale of the trip was dedicated to the real reason I flew over 5,000 miles, to watch two of my best friends get married.
The beginning of most days on this trip have started with food, as I’m sure you’ve noticed. We took a spin to the ‘best chicken spot in town’ Chick Fil-A. [read more]
Being a big kid, I thought it was essential to visit the happiest place on earth, Mickey Mouse’s house. Adults never really grow up and quite frankly does life really need to be so serious all the time, I think not.
We escaped the desert and hopped on a short domestic flight to the West Coast arriving in San Diego, California.
Situated on San Diego’s marina we arrived at the Sheratons with scenic views and nautical inspired interiors.
Holidays are for over indulging so the morning started with a mammoth feast at Spice Market Buffet, I took full advantage of the ‘all you can eat’ rules.
Feeling fuelled we piled in an SUV and ventured off the strip towards the border of Arizona and Nevada to see one of my favourite sights the Hoover Dam. [read more]