A few weeks ago, I was invited to lunch by Claire Thomson, after ‘chatting’ a little on Instagram, we realised we had a friend in common, Cathy of Bristol Parenting Cafe blog. Claire, has cooked all her life in one form or another and now a mother of three, she is on a mission to ‘inspire and invigorate the concept of family cookery’. Her recipe book ‘The 5 O’Clock Apron’ is set to do just that. I must admit, I
You may remember about a year ago, Dan wrote his first post on Littlegreenshed. Well, I thought I’d let him have another go. My husband the bike geek and model! ;) Over to Dan… January 2015: Sunrise in Castle Park, Bristol. The paths are still icy with frost. I’m riding an unfamiliar town bike, in unfamiliar shoes and clothes and I’m posing for an unfamiliar job. I’m modelling bike kit for Urban Cyclist Magazine. Yes, modelling…
I adore homes that are unique, full of life and that have developed over time. Filled with personality that reflects the homeowners taste. I love an un-styled room, one filled with plants, vintage items and a sense of home. So when I sat down to read Emily Henson’s latest book, Bohemian Modern, I swooned over the beautiful pads and vintage pieces. A riot of colour in this drab cold February in the UK.
You may remember a couple of months ago I featured Spaces Magazine here on the blog. If not, then let me tell you a little about it…. Spaces is a beautiful collection of homes around Australia, from the East Coast capitals to the wilds of Tasmania and the southernmost tip of Western Australia. The team by the wonderful Frankie magazine have bought together interesting creative photographic talent and homeowners all wrapped up in Spaces.
Issue two of the great publication ‘Spaces’ by the team behind Frankie Magazine is out now. A beautiful collection of homes and homes-away-from-home around Australia: from the East Coast capitals to the wilds of Tasmania and the southernmost tip of Western Australia. Featuring the beautiful and natural homes (no overly styled images here, which I love) of Australian designers, photographers, foodies, musicians and artists. They are the kind of places that take time and energy to put together, with some