I’m going to fast-forward the blog a few weeks, to the biggest design festival of the year – London Design Festival. Don’t worry; I will still be sharing the rest of my design finds from Vietnam and Indonesia with you shortly.
After waking up from bucket-induced hangovers we headed off for some much needed luxury and arrived at Banyan Tree Bangkok. Let’s just face it holidays should involve indulgence after all and as much as one loves flying around the sticky streets in the chaos relaxation is always needed.
I hope you’re ready for an adventure seeing as it’s summer after all. Summer is well underway and should only mean a few things, work less, get out in that sunshine and get some exploring underway. Hibernation is for winter.
This summer I’ve taken this advice quite literally, packed up my bags and left the humid city behind in search of creative inspiration crossing the waters into the South East Asian seas, first stop being Thailand’s Bangkok.
Guess it’s time for some interior design related inspiration, seeing as your feeds have been clogged with all things mud related as of late. For the third year in a row I made my way to Masterpiece, I’m sure you’ll remember the big fancy arts, antiques and design fair that takes over Chelsea each summer.
Seeing as festival season is now in full swing and some of us are clinging onto the distant memories of Glastonbury, I’ve got two last posts to share with you. Before you wash away all that adrenaline like you have the mud get pumped for the next ticket release in October and just keep scrolling.
Luckily we woke the next morning to blue skies and the sun was out, as were the guns. Washed our hair with bottles of water, slathered on some make-up to hide the sunburns from living out in the wilderness and trotted on out.