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Caravans

I have been promised a caravan by my wonderful husband Paul (I have wanted one for ages) but I want to refurbish an old one (pretty sure I won’t be allowed to?!). Look at these beautiful ones…..

The sage green is so peaceful and inviting. Photo is from Dream Occasions

I love the simplicity of this design, with just a few details the look of the caravan has been completely altered. Love the floor. Photo from Cherish Maree Vintage

Wow Retro Look caravan, gorgeous, what more can I say? Photo from My Deco.

Polka dots and flowers, very shabby chic. Love it. Photo found on Flickr.

This is so effective but created just with throws, cushions, a rug and a table cloth. Very cosy. Photo from Prenons Le temp.

This is a similar design of caravan to the one we would like to buy (minus the beautiful alterations)….I would like to completely transform ours as well. Photo from Indulgy.

Stairs with style….

It’s been a while since I last posted, have been very busy working last week. 

I really want to do up some stairs….I don’t know why…I have just seen loads I like recently!

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 I love the idea of putting wallpaper on the actual stairs. How cool is this?

from homeklondike.com

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What’s not to love about these moroccan, boho tiled stairs. I would love to walk up these every day, gorgeous.

From Inspire Bohemia

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I love the idea of having numbered stairs as my girls count stairs as they walk (skip) up and down. And books as stairs, it surely doesn’t get much better than that!!

from Humour Sharing

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Who can’t do with a bit of extra storage? Utilising your stairs, what a great idea. Love it!

From google

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These reclaimed wooden box stairs are so very rustic and stylish, I love how they are wall hung to give the impression of a floating staircase.

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Loving the pretty flowery stair carpet which works so well with the stripy wallpaper! 

From Tilly’s Cottage

 

 

Red Interiors….

Red can look amazing when used properly in Interior Design. It can add real drama and passion to a scheme just by adding a couple of accessories, cushions or an accent wall.

Here are a few red Interiors which caught my eye….

Red can sometimes be quite overpowering but I think this design works well with the creams and whites balancing the reds of the walls and cushions. Photo from Home Design Gallery

Got to have a bit of boho in here somewhere….I think the hints of red in the design add a really unusual finish, I love it.                                      Photo from Little Blue Deer

Flowers add subtle accents to any design. I love the tarnished gold vase in the first design. The red walls in the second design look great with the pictures and photos which are all a little bit wonky, very shabby chic, love it! Photos by gaelleleboulicaut.com

Beautiful wallpaper complemented by the tulip chair. Photo from Styled Haven.

The reds and greens go so well together and the patterns and textures add so much depth. Photo from Apartment Therapy.

I really wanted to find a red bathroom too and this was the one I liked. I think the bath is amazing and it really complements the toile wallpaper.  Photo from Home Decor.

Bohemian Bathrooms

So…..I was looking through some bathroom ideas and I am really stuck on this boho theme as you may be aware. I know I hide it quite well 😉

 

 

I love beautiful colour of the walls, the sheer fabric at the windows adds some light while the gold bowl adds glamour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is so much going on on the walls of this design, the shabby mirrors, the old fashioned photos and drawings, the modern clock and the butterfly picture frame show a very eclectic taste. The grey colour of the wall adds a great background which doesn’t detract from the wall display. It takes a moment to realise that there is actually a sink in all of this.

 

 

I love the pattern on the inside of the sink. The lace on the walls is gorgeous and very unusual but possible not the most practical wall covering.

The chandelier adds a beautiful focal point in this bathroom. I also love the shiny black mirror and cabinet.

The turquoise goes so well and I would love to relax in the bath whilst taking in all the lovely pictures on the walls. The tiles above the sink are gorgeous.The shower curtain isn’t very practical but for some reason there is something romantic about it. What do you think?

 

More ways with Purple

Here’s some ideas of how to use purple in your room designs…..

Purple and gold are actually a royal combination. By using both together it looks classy and sophisticated.

Choose fabrics with a subtle shimmer to add depth, this plush velvet sofa does just that.

Just a few accessories in the same colour as the wall, or slightly darker, and bright pinks pull the look together, as shown by the pink cushion, the purple vase and the deeper purple in the right hand picture on the wall.

I really love this design, it shows for me how purple and green work so well together. The accents of white lighten the whole design up….they could have tidied it up a bit though, they must have known they were going to have a photo shoot!!

Wow! Charcoal grey walls…stunning, and the silver sofa…very sumptuous. My favourite colour is turquoise so obviously the little gorgeous bursts of turquoise appeal greatly to me, but in my opinion it is the purple which adds real depth to this design, it seems to pull it all together. Surely they need to make the chandelier a little higher…heads will be bumped!