Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Bohemian Weddings: Moroccan inspired








I am off to a wedding this weekend and couldn't be more excited. I love going to friends weddings and this one is no exception, in fact I am particularly excited about this one as there is going to be a boat trip from the registry office to the reception...... :)

Myself and my partner decided many, many moons ago that we would not get married, however obviously I still plan my big day in my head and this Moroccan themed wedding found over on the Free People Blog is pretty close to what I always imagined..... but at Kew Gardens or Westernbirt Arboretum .

I love the Beni Ourain rugs, salt tea light holders and that beautiful macrame lightshade....

What dou you recon? How do you imagine your big day?

Monday, 25 May 2015

I Have This Thing With Floors.....

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I Have This Thing With Floors
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I have this thing with floors
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I have this thing with floors

I have never been one for taking pictures of myself, I am extreamly un-photogenic and a bit shy! I do however like documenting my journeys and usually snap my feet wherever I go..... so I was really happy when I found 'I have this thing with floors', a steadily growing Instagram account dedicated to Instagram users foot and floor portraits.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of having your foot selfie chosen is #Ihavethisthingwithfloors

Friday, 22 May 2015

The Home of .... Amanda





This is the home of Amanda, the owner of a shop called Small Acorns, who lives in Wellington, NZ with her daughters Millicent and Eva. I found her blog via the top picture which I found on Pinterest ( Shock.... with a link) and totally fell in love with that ornate colourful carved dresser.

The rest of her home is equally as eclectic and beautiful and i really love the mixture of old, modern and electric pinks and greens.

To view more of Amanda's home visit Small Acorns here