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Welcome back everyone.
I love, love, love an LBD (as those who follow me and my LBD-obsessed ways here, already know), but I do like to cheat on my go-to black with it's classic sister from another mister: red, adoring the whole spectrum from scarlet to ruby, peach, crimson russet and even oxblood and maroon.
Decorating your home with beautiful prints doesn't have to cost the earth. There are so many stunning purveyors of chic designs out there to choose from that there's no excuse to have a less that pinterest-worthy home (hashtag no pressure).
I love interior design and as a creative, feel it's important I put my own stamp on our house, so it truly reflects our family, style and eccentricities too!
I love to support small, independent, family-run businesses, especially if they’re fairly local to me too–so when I discovered the cute greetings cards, prints and giftware from Sophie Morrell, based in South Yorkshire, I was delighted!
We head to this family's happy place: the Yorkshire Sculpture Park for a day of running through leaves enjoying the outdoor sculptures and installations and admiring Wave: the iconic poppy sculptures which are part of a UK wide tour.
Oh my, where to start with our time at the newly opened Rainbow Factory in Farsley, Leeds-as soppy as it sounds I find myself welling up recalling our experience there as it was like no other we've had as family, before.
I've always been a huge fan of fashion illustration and one of my favourite artists in this field is my incredibly talented friend, artist, and blogger Cara Gray.
Peter (and I ) were a bit blown away by the response to his landscape photography when I shared them on the blog recently so thank you to all who viewed, commented and shared. Now, as part of a regular photography feature by Peter, I'm sharing portraits, mostly of our children that I love.