Finished in a subtle grey geometric wallpaper, my home study is a calm, child-free environment in which I can focus on my various projects. It was created a couple of years ago from an unloved, seldom used dining room, and has proved to be an excellent investment of DIY graft. So proud was I, that a […]Read more "Beating The Blackout"
Ever feel like you want to escape from the modern world with its never ending stream of deeply worrying problems? Fancy a bit of head in the sand action for an hour or so? Well should you ever find yourself in the settlement of Beaconsfield, as I did recently, you can do just that by […]Read more "Matchstalk Men and Matchstalk Cats and Airports"
Earlier in the year I published a few posts concerning a significant reshuffle of our home layout; ultimately leading to us creating a kitchen/diner at the opposite end of our garden flat (the existing kitchen then being converted to a bedroom/nursery for our new edition ‘Beatrice’). The summer months yielded hardly any progress thanks to unreliable […]Read more "The Reshuffle Part 3: Go Progress Chrome"
So the mammoth reorganistion of our home is starting to gather some steam now as we slowly enter the exciting kitchen design phase. The generously proportioned room is nearly empty and ready for work to commence, which means we really need to finalise the layout and start investigating some of the finer details such as lighting. […]Read more "The Reshuffle Part 2: Lighting The Tunnel"
Having spent the last 4 or so years filling our humble home with items from (or inspired by) the designs of the inter-war years, we’ve got a fairly sizable assortment of bits and bobs. Each new purchase brings another room one step closer to the film set perfection I’m aiming for. But like the elusive […]Read more "Out with the new, in with old."