Bergamo is divided in two, Bassa (the main city) and Alta (as the name suggests, a medieval city on the mountain). Following the sat nav, we wound our way up the hillside to reach what seemed like the top. I had a tip off of a great restaurant for lunch with amazing views.
We have had some amazing opportunities to travel through my work. One of which was our recent trip to Italy. Italy has always been on my bucket list to visit, yes I had never been before. So when Fly BMI invited Dan and I to try a ‘fly drive’ with them, I couldn’t say no,
Mid-summer has passed, did you read my styling tips for a solstice celebration over on the Sisterhood website? Do go check it out. There are some amazing women, writing inspiring articles over there. Anyway, back to Littlegreenshed. This summer I am drawn to pale muted tones, white linen, glass, striped wood, concrete and grasses. Taking
This past half term, we took the kids to Denmark, for an extra special treat a visit to Legoland Billund. More on that in another post. Our stay for two nights was a little wooden cabin, about half an hour from Billund. I found it on Airbnb, and it was such a little gem of
Hasn’t the weather been glorious?! My little urban courtyard garden has been a sunny oasis of calm for me just lately. I’ve spent many an hour sitting out there, working. Our space is tiny. With enough room for a few pots, the washing line and a small round table and a couple of chairs. That’s
You may remember a few months ago, Dan and I redecorated our bedroom. The grey paint left our north facing room cold and dark. So in a bid to bring some warmth we had this peachy stone colour specially mixed for us by the people at Valspar. The room is now bright, warm and delicious,
A few weeks ago I headed to central France with team Sisterhood Camp, Cathy Jolliff and Gemma of The Quiet Heart, to do a little recce ahead of our retreat in September. In my head we were going to check out the facilities (which we did), source some great day trips for the guests and
It’s not often I get excited about a new pop-up in Bristol, but when I heard that Ren London was involved in a pop-up with Ottowin Footwear, I needed to get down there – fast. I’m a long time fan of Ren’s clothing and textiles, in fact I’ve recently interviewed her for the Sisterhood Camp