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So we brought our very first house this year, and to say I was naive about the whole thing is an understatement. So I thought I’d share what I learnt and what I wish I knew about buying your first home.  Take note the calming picture above..so I don’t get too stressed when writing this.

Despite the fact you will have had a survey done on the home, they don’t always pick up all the problems in your home. Enter a mould infested bathrooms and a do it yourself plumbing. These are things which aren’t easy to spot. Sadly buyers can hide a lot of things with well placed furniture.

When you get the paperwork through from the solicitor, you must check the contents page. After all, this is where it will show you what the current owner is leaving behind. You don’t want to find out that they have taken the oven once you have moved in! Or you don’t want to presume they are taking their wardrobes, and then find you have one to dismantle and remove before you can take your belongings. Therefore, make sure you check before moving day exactly what is being left behind, and talk to your realtor if there is any confusion. And if you do move in and find essential items missing, you can look online on sites like Ebay to find a quick bargain item for your home!

Get a check on your boiler within the first week of moving in. This is super important because you don’t want to rely on what the buyer has said about it being fine, because as bad as it sounds some people aren’t honest and just want to sell. You will be surprised how many people move in to find out that their boiler isn’t working properly. Therefore, it’s so important that you check this.

You can find a professional company who deal with plumbing and heating to come and check out your utilities in your home. That way, you can have peace of mind that everything is working efficiently. And you could even set up an ongoing maintenance schedule with them so that everything continues to stay in good working order.

Before you move into your new home, you need to make sure the electrics are working safe and sound. You don’t want to move into the property and find out that the lights aren’t working correctly. For one thing, you need to find out from your realtor where the electric box is situated in your new home. As this article says, you can then check if there are any shorts in the wires that could cause a fire. Annoyingly the guy said that all the spot lights came with LED bulbs, which turns out when we moved in they didn’t. Obviously he had switched them. Which meant we spent a small fortune getting LEDS in over 30 lights. This is where I regret not going over the contents more thorough.

Take note of what the house is like when you visit. We visited in January and the owner had most of the windows open. He said it’s because the neighbours both have their heat on full during the summer so the house gets lovely and warm. Turns out he had the windows wide open to hide the dog smell. The excitement of getting our keys was short-lived when we were hit in the face with a stench of wet dog, seconded by the sheer amount of dog hair on the carpet. So within the first week we were forking out over £500 for a new carpet downstairs.

I wish I had taken more note of the condition of the wood work, ceilings, and front door. We knew we were only going to have about £4000 to do the place up to our style. Of which a £1000 had already been put aside for emergency maintenance (like needing a new boiler or something drastically going wrong), then another £1000 for the flooring and getting turf outside because it was all paved. So really our budget was more like £2000. In my eyes that was for paint, pretty things and building the bookcase and wardrobes. Silly me. I didn’t think about needing emergency plumbing work for the downstairs bathroom, or tiles to redecorate due to mould rotting through everything. I also didn’t think about needing all new carpet, or floor paint for the beams under the rotting carpet.

Everything needs fixing. The doors are all patchy and covered in random bits of plaster. There are patches over the ceiling which means 90% of the ceilings need painting. And both the front and back door ideally need replacing because they don’t shut great, and are so scratched up by the dogs they look pretty dreadful.

It’s a work in progress. Funnily me and Richard always said how we’d love to do up a house from scratch…I invisioned this happening when we were much older, with a much larger budget, and not with an active 1-year-old.

If it’s your first house and you don’t have much money left at all for repairs or renovating, I’d recomend looking at a new build. As most of these houses come in pretty good condition. Older houses inevitably mean problems. I’ve known 5 couples in the last year who have brought older houses, around the 70’s 80’s mark, and all are struggling one  way or another with doing them up.

But it will be worth it, and I can’t wait to take you all through the process, which I will start once the mini building site has gone!

My bedroom..

Right now my main priority is being a mummy to Archer, and my house shows this. Especially my bedroom. It resembles a creche..baby blankets, clothes, wipes,toys, everything every where. So when Arch goes into his own room when he’s around 6 months, I want to spend sometime making it back into the haven that a bedroom should be.

All of us get bored or uninspired from time to time. And it can happen anywhere. Your bedroom may seem dull one day. Or perhaps your living room could do with freshening up. I constantly feel like i’m buying little bits for my living room..maybe it’s because it’s the room most people see…all that’s left to do is get the new sofa in, hang up some pictures and maybe do my bar cart…the latter might be a long project. The same with my bathroom, it’s nearly finished but it does take time  doing up  rooms, especially with kids around. But as soon as Arch is in his own bed I am going to make it my mission to get it sorted. I think it’s very important to have a bedroom that you and your partner can relax in, a place you actually look forward to going to bed in. Right now I dread waking up to bottles and baby stuff every where. Paired with mugs of tea and plates..it’s a mini home in a home.Which sometimes with a 10 week old you need..it’s my way of surviving I guess. But in 3 months time, I’m claiming it back!

So let’s look at ways to update your bedrooms..whether your a mummy or not!

A large geometric shape wallpaper can help create an attractive feature wall in your favourite shade. If you rent, removable wallpaper is a must! I love that there are products coming out to suit us folk who rent our homes. It gives us a chance to put our own spin on our homes without losing our deposits. If your not feeling brave enough for wallpaper, a plain light shade colour will give a calm feel. Or investing a giant piece of art for a focal pint in your room.




I love the spots of yellow in this bedroom, the piece of art work is beautiful and pairs with the pattern on the chair nicely. If it’s just a fresh lick of paint or a different colour pallet for your furnishing, I am loving the 3 colour sequences below from Color Collective.



I’m enjoying the warmth in these colours, I especially love the peach and blue. I love color collective because it shows colours together you wouldn’t normally think to put next to each other.

1441136307437Give your bedroom a calm yet Great Gatsby look with green, golds and beiges. I am in love with pastels at the moment, aren’t we all?

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My dream bathroom..for me and Arch

I was just thinking the other day that Arch will soon be sat up in the big tub in the bathroom. I know these cute days of the little baby bath are numbered. Soon he’ll be splashing about and playing with his bath toys. I’ll be stood there… soaked from the splashing and loving every second of it.

It has got me thinking about how drab and boring bathrooms are, though. They don’t tend to inspire happy playtimes or quality time with your children. Bathrooms are just so functional and not even slightly fun. Most are also just a boring white colour. Now I rent so there isn’t much I can do to change ours. But I think bathrooms should be just as stylish as the rest of your home, and if you have kids, be able to be a fun place for them too. I spoke about how I wanted to revamp my bathroom earlier in the year (well as much as I could without annoying the landlord). See some of my inspiration here. It’s something I am still working on, as the more pregnant I got the harder doing these things became and now they are on my to do list. which is never ending.

If I could, or when we finally buy and can, I think the bathroom would be something I would change without a doubt. Most bathrooms come just in plain whites and beiges. Instead I’d l think every surface should have vibrant colours and interesting things to catch Arch’s eye while he’s playing in the bath, but also a place where me and Richard can relax and have a bath..so somewhere that has dual purpose really.It never occurred to me I would be designing the entire house around a baby’s taste before I became a Mummy, and I’ll talk more about this another day.

So this is my dream bathroom inspiration.

Starting with the floor, I want colour, and pattern, and things for him to trace with his finger. I’ve seen some amazing cement tiles with patterns in every shape you can imagine. Best of all, the colours are really vibrant. Perfect for little eyes. I think they would look incredible on the floor. Bath mat sets are so bland, but it won’t matter if they’re sat on a floor as fascinating as that. So honestly check them out, they are to die for..and it kills me I can’t change the floor in our bathroom right now. I especially love the patchwork tiles they do below.


The walls of my bathroom are kind of half painted and half tiled. I’ve learned that kids can soak the ceilings and walls on the other side of the room just by splashing in the bath. This is where full tiled bathrooms would come in handy. I’d love to have tiles that are colourful and interesting.



Firstly yes yes yes to that shower! And secondly I am in love with subway tiles, especially as they have done a different approach here and fitted them vertical instead of horizontal! How awesome is that?

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Create Much Needed Space In Your Home By Getting Rid Of Unwanted Appliances

The home is one of the most important places in everyone’s life. For me, it is the place where I can express myself, create memories and generally sit back and relax. That is why I love interior design so much, it’s an expression of yourself. I want every part of my home to reflect me and to look classy yet individual. Even if it’s just for me.  If you are an interior design buff, you will have undoubtedly heard all of the ways to make your home look amazing. One secret trick that people are not aware of, though, is how creating more space, can really make a room.

So how do you create more space in your home? Well, I do it by throwing away appliances I don’t need any longer. Now that the autumn and winter is on the way, there are plenty of them that you won’t need for another year.

I had this problem in my place in Essex. Now when I say get rid of appliances, I am talking in general so not just bulky electrons but furniture too. In our old place, every spare inch of wall had something there. It was over crowded, and looked like an archive room of a museum. So when we moved to Bedford I made it my mission to cut down, and to really think about and curate the pieces I wanted in our home and you guys can do it too.


Air Conditioner


There is no doubt that an air conditioning unit is very much welcomed in the summer months, but boy do they take up a lot of space. Especially if you get the free standing ones. Even in a place like Britain, temperatures can reach the high twenties and early thirties. When that happens, there is no escape from the heat, apart from in air conditioned room. I would have loved to have had one this summer..being  heavily pregnant in the heat we had was not at all fun! But, when the summer starts to ease off, the weather gets a lot colder. As a result, there is no need for a HVAC unit on the wall. Take it off and store it away for next summer. Then, buy a few paintings or ornaments to decorate the leftover space. Easy!


Old Clothes And Summer Clothes


Another remnant of the summer is clothes. Unfortunately, clothes for the summer months do not mix with clothes for the winter months. Unless you wear layer upon layer.. What makes this infuriating is the space that summer clothes take up. Personally, I don’t have a whole lot of storage space to begin with, so space is at a premium. I like to take my summer clothes out of the closet and make more room for warmer ones that will be more functional. At the same time, refresh your wardrobe. If you haven’t worn that dress for the last two years..maybe it’s time to give it to charity. I find buying cute vintage suitcases and storing them under your bed may intise you to sift through your wardrobe. Or go for plastic storage boxes which will keep your clothes protected, and these can go in your garage or loft, creating much more needed space..for more clothes!  For great tips on organising your closet, check out Design Love Fest’s blog post below.





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10 awesome rugs for under £100

Ok so an awesome rug can really make a room. They are also great for ugly floors that are too expensive to change up or locked down by annoying landlords! So I broswed the web in search of 10 awesome rugs that won’t break the bank! I’d happily have a rug in every room, but at the moment I have 1 in our kitchen, living room and the nursery. And none of my rugs have cost over £100. The most expensive being £90. (which happens to be in this list). To the rugs we go.






Starting off with a stupidly cute rug which would look great in any nursery or playroom is this fox rug from Made.  Plus we know how popular fox pattern is right now..Costing £45 and being W45 x L90cm.




Plus sign pattern is everywhere right now especially in soft furnishings, and this rug is awesome, and spot on trend. This rug would look great in an office, with candy or hot pink accents around…ah amazing. I want a candy pink sofa now with this rug in my office… This is from Urban Outfitters. It costs £75 and it’s 5x7ft.




Another from Urban Outfitters, this runner is super awesome and I’m already picturing in it in my hallway! I am just in love with the bright red and yellow tassels…This costs £35 and is 2x8ft.




A bit more of an abstract pattern, but could look awesome in a bohemian themed room. This is also from Urban Outfitters. It costs £80 (down from £200) and is 5x7ft.



This rug has been seen everywhere. It’s one of those Ikea must haves..costing £ 100 and being 170x240cm . Get it here. They also have it in a bigger size too!


I have this rug in my living room, and I love it. It’s massive so covers a good chunk of our ugly flooring, and it’s soft enough for Archie to play on. Plus black and white can go with nearly every colour choice. This costs £90, and it’s 200 x 300 cm and is from Ikea.


Another Ikea rug, with a more abstract feel. I love this rug and it’s super soft too. It costs £70 and is 133 x 195 cm. Get it here. This could be a great way to add a spot of colour subtly to your decor.





Here we have another Urban Outfitters rug. You can never go wrong with a black and white chevron pattern. I recommend checking Urban Outfitters regularly as their sales can be insanely good. Especially when it comes to rugs. This one is £75 and is 5 x 7ft.



Did you know that H&M do a homeware section online? No? Then go bloody well check it out. Filled with pattern, typography and bold prints. You can dress your home to clash with yourself! This rug is super cute and costs £19.99 and it’s 70 x 140 cm. Get it here.



Lastly another from H&M. I think this one would be a great rug to by a bed..I just love the quirky shoe design on it, and the black and white colour palette makes it a sure fit for any room with character. This rug costs          £14.99 and is 70 x 140cm. Get it here.



So there you have it, 10 rugs for under £100. You don’t have to break the bank to add a statement piece. Especially as we start to hit into winter soon, why not warm up your rooms…a treat for your feet too!

Bright Colour and Pattern wants from Etsy.

I have always loved colour and pattern, so there’s no surprise that when I do my Etsy wish lists they feature heavily in it. But I have looked at more decor and house items today as I am an on a constant mission to make my little rented house a home. At the minute it looks  a little like Toys R Us has exploded all over, but hey my little man is just over 2 weeks old, and I’m enjoying  the mess that surrounds me. He’s totally worth it. But to my gorgeous Etsy finds.




This is so super cool..I just think it would be such a cool thing to hang in your home, plus an excellent conversation piece..I mean come on…it’s a fish! This is from Don Fisher Shop and costs £18.99. Find it here.


How super cute is this? Note I need this for my desk. This is from Panselinos and it costs £62.40. Find it here.


I am loving the candy pink right now, and I love this ring. This is from Quiet Clementine and costs £10.53. Find it here.


This wall hanging..just to die for no?, and I have been looking for one for a while…this could be it..though deep down I think I want a giant one for my living room, and a smaller one like this for my bedroom. This is from  Pink Wild Mallow and costs £38. Find it here.


I never did manage to get my massive nesting list before little man came, including putting my gallery wall up. But don’t fret as it just means I have more time to buy more art to make my future gallery wall bigger and I am in love with this piece. I just love how fun it is. This is from Elizabeth Pawle and costs £60. Find it here.


So yes this isn’t bursting with colour, but put a flowering plant in it..and yeah you see where I am coming from. But this is awesome and it’s such a fun way to hang your plants no? This is from We are MFEO and costs £49.26 and you can find it here. 


I actually brought some of this a while ago and made journals with it as it is double sided. But if you want to freshen up some books, or simply wrap a gift with style then this wrapping paper is for you! Plus they have lots of different options to chose from. This is from Eve en Anne and costs £5.81. You can find it here.


Another possible artwork for my wall…I think art is such a great way to add colour and texture to your home, especially great for those like us who rent. It can add colour and mask ugly wallpaper and paint choices that you can’t control! This is from VictoriAtelier and costs £62.40. Find it here.



Not really for the home but everyone needs a bag, I mean you can hang it up and it can be a feature..fashion is a form of expression. Wearable art you know..This is from Tovi Corrie and cost £154.53. Find it here.


Hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here’s to the week ahead!

Upcycled TV unit DIY project



Ok so I suck at remembering to take before pictures, but if you can see from this, the TV unit was a brown murky mess..lots of stains on it so we just gave it a light sand, as parts of it were veneer, so breaking it back to basic wasn’t really an ideal situation. We took the glass doors off, and spray painted the draw and glass door knobs gold, and decided to have plain white as the colour choice.




So here you have it…oh and I also suck at taking during photos…so my apologies. I am totally happy with how this came out, as we have been using a really old chest of draws to have our tv on. So I utilised the draw for wires and components to keep that ugly stuff hidden, and found that the cubby holes were a perfect fit for some oversized books which didn’t fit in our bookcase..plus it’s totally a way to show off your cultural side to guests…paired with some mini Star Wars figures, and some fresh flowers, and the tv unit was finished. I should say that we got this unit for £5 from a reuse centre. So it was a total bargain, and I used Laura Ashley paint to paint it. Honestly I would recommend free cycle, charity shops and house clearances because you never know what you might find..this was a really quick and easy DIY and although Richard sanded it, I painted and styled it..all the while being heavily pregnant…so anyone can do it!


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Soon I will do a living room redo update, as its almost finished!

Great house plants for a small budget


Ok so I did a post on hard plants to kill see it here, and now I thought I’d look at plants that are great for a small budget. I mean if you really want to add greenery to your house on the ultimate budget, I would say buy some seeds and browse charity shops for a range of different vases and pots. This takes a lot of commitment and time though, you know like years..but hey it’s a cheaper way to do and the added satisfaction of watching your plants grow. But if your not up for doing it that way here are some great plants which add awesome decor and won’t break the bank.




African Violets, great vibrant colours and a great addition to your home, also they aren’t overly expensive you can get them at Homebase for £2.99. This will add a great spot of colour to your ever growing greenery.




Dracaena plant. I have a couple of these, they are super cheap and super easy to keep alive so I would totally recommend them plus you can get them from Ikea for just £1! Bargain.


Cacti plants. Super awesome, super cheap and super easy to keep alive. You really can’t go wrong! They come in so many different colours and shapes, why not do a whole pot filled with different cacti? From Ikea you can get a set of 3 with pots for £4.50. Bargain.



English Ivy plant is awesome on high shelves as a draping plant,plus they are really easy to keep alive, though keep an eye on them as they grow pretty fast. You can get a plant like this from Amazon, in fact 3 of these plants for £12.59.




Jade Plant. Another one thats so easy to keep alive and you can get one for £3.49 from Homebase.


Peace Lily. Such a lovely flower and will make an elegant addition, oh yeah I went there. I mean these are pretty elegant flowers and they aren’t overly expensive. Get a peace lily from Homebase for £4.99/


Spider plants are awesome as they are really easy to take care of, and they sprout baby plants on a regular basis too! You can get a spider plant from Waitrose for £4.79.



Lastly we have living stones which are weird looking but interesting none the least. These are super cheap and you can get several plants from Amazon for £4.99. Bargain.


So there you have it, an awesome way to decorate your house with plants on a budget. I’ll also mention that I got this awesome plant stand from Ikea for £25 and pots were £1.50, it’s such a nice way to display plants. I got the plants from a selection of places, and the majority cost under £3. So it’s totally doable! Plus fill it with herbs and keep in a itches if you have room, perfect for those chefs out there.





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My Top 10 Coffee Books On My Wishlist

Ok so I am obsessed with books, especially pretty books…what can I say I’m a sucker for beautiful images. Now in my mind coffee table books can be any kind of book that you want to hand quickly, or to show off to guests how cultured you are! Either way here are my top 10 coffee table books on my wish list to get! ( Hint to Richard for my upcoming birthday..) Ok they aren’t in any particular order!



Home Style By City, Ida Magntorn. Amazing photography, great style decor inspiration, and even tips on how to bring style to your space! This book is £15.99 on Amazon.



Secret Garden, An Inky Treasure Hunt and Colouring Book, Johanna Basford. Some fun drawing books.I am thinking about getting one of these to take in my hospital bag, maybe it will help keep me calm? Or give me something to do in between contractions..Or I might just spend that time moaning in pain..who knows. This is £9.95 on Amazon.



The Mindfulness Colouring Book, Emma Farrarons. Another colouring book, advertised as art therapy for busy people, I love adult colouring books at the minute, they really are stupidly relaxing.  So go on try it, buy a book, some funky colouring pens grab a blanket and soak up the sun while switching your mind off. This is £3.99 on Amazon.



Paris Style Guide, Elodie Rambaud. So I wanted to go Paris as you know before the baby came, see my post here, but after much talk we decided to wait till after the baby was born..like a few months after..as due to my sickness and soreness from the sickness I probably wouldn’t be able to enjoy it as much, as my walking would suffer..sad I know..but Paris I will be there soon! This is £14.88 on Amazon.



Art of Attention, Erica Jago. With breath taking photography, the Art of Attention is designed to help your practice with yoga. Something I might definitely need after giving birth…This is £22.78 on Amazon.



The Selby is in Your Place, Todd Selby.  Showing a diverse  range of artists, musicians, designers all mater of creatives in their home. Get some inspiration from creative homely homes. This is £22.12 on Amazon.



Oh Joy! Joy Cho. One of my favourite bloggers, and this is her new book. Oh Joy 60 way’s to create and give joy. Full of great DIY’s and fun things to do! Plus the awesome design and photographs will add colour to your coffee table book selection! Totally on my list. This is £17.66 on Amazon.



A Beautiful Mess, Happy Handmade Home. Another blog I follow religiously, just look at their blog Elsie and sister Emma’s style, DIY and home interiors will be enough convincing to get this book. I have wanted this book for ages, but never got around to getting it. Some of the projects looks sooo good in it! £15.58 on Amazon.



Journey of a Dress, Diane von Furstenberg. Even the cover of this book makes me excited to read it! Look at all those patterns. She took the fashion world by storm with her designs and  this book showcases her career, featuring the journey of the iconic wrap dress. Filled with beautiful photographers from some epic photographers, to name a couple, Helmut Newton and Annie Leibovitz. This is £24.25 on Amazon.





Chanel: Collections and Creations, Daniele Bott. Last but not least, a book looking at the infamous Chanel brand, showcasing designs from the creator Coco Chanel from 1920’s and onwards. This is £19.99 on Amazon.


So there are my top 10 coffee books on my wishlist at the moment. I have recently upcycled a coffee table and when I find the right style for it I will post my before and after coffee table make over, and possibly even do a coffee table style post. Now don’t think I have forgotten the baby. Tomorrow we look at baby wishlist books..

ta x


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Coffee Table Inspiration . My top picks

So we on the hunt for a coffee table, and I don’t even mind getting one from a charity shop and doing it up, but when this is your aim it’s always ideal to start off with a piece of furniture which is solid, then it’s much easier to up cycle, so the hunt can take a while.  But I think this may be an overstretch goal for me. I am 25 weeks now and time is fast running out. Plus lets be honest when i’m hitting the last trimester am I going to want to be sanding and painting a coffee table? Probably not. So I am on the hunt. I don’t want to spend a fortune, because it’s already going to be a super expensive year, but here are some coffee tables which are awesome.


I like how funky this table is, but will it be practical with a baby? Maybe having the curved edge is slightly more child friendly? It’s crazy how now I have to think about everything I buy or make in relation to the baby… This is from Ikea and costs £60. Which isn’t too ridiculous.


This is more of an industrial effect, and sadly is probably the least baby friendly in my list. But hey if your childless, or have older children, this is super awesome. Add some cool tones to your living room and pair with some bright accessories for an awesome statement piece. This is from Urban Outifitters but will set you back £150.



This is awesome and relaxed, Add some giant coffee table books maybe a copper vase, and boom your coffee table is done. From Homebase and being the most expensive in the list this will set you back £295. I can’t justify spending this much on a coffee table right now, but if I had the money knocking around, it would be hard to say no.



The cheapest one of my selection, although I don’t think it looks cheap, this table from Habitat and Homebase will only set you back £35, and its pretty basic, but with a bright vase filled with peonies and a couple of coffee table books I think we are good to go.


Another from Ikea though of the more expensive category this will set you back £195. But it’s a classic coffee table, with the bottom shelf and wood effect, this is sure to fit into any home.


So those are my selections…I thought I’d include a couple of upcycled pieces I have found to give some inspiration if you just fancy maybe doing up your current table or making your own one.


Using an old door to replace an old top of a table? It’s definitely different. This is from Fabulous Finishes.



Then this one which is made from a pallet, and it comes with a tutorial too! No excuses then! This is from Beyond The Picket Fence.


I think coffee tables can really help bring a room together, and we all no the trouble I have been having with my living room! Plus I am tired of having to put my beverages on the floor and let’s be honest bending down is not much fun with a kicking baby inside of you!

Here’s hoping I find and get a coffee table soon…the hunt continues.

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