Interiors Envy: Anna Williamson

I met Anna earlier this year, on a photo shoot I was part of for the gorgeous pyjama brand Yolke (whom Anna is the co-founder). I was photographed in her flat as my house was, well, a bit bare to say the least. I was blown away by the style,…
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Art Junkie

The fab staircase in J Crew, Regent Street. Photo by Erica Davies I’m a believer that an house unfilled with Art is a lonely house. But it doesn’t have to be orignal Damien Hirst to be cool, there are so many fab brands out there selling affordable pieces or stores…
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9 affordable art prints for your home

Image from Pinterest I believe that a room doesn’t really have a personality until you have pictures or photos up. After pulling down most of our picture frames whilst the builders have been in, I’m rethinking about how and where I put them back…and upgrading a few for some more…
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Tracey Emin at Tate Britain (it’s free)

  ‘My Bed’ – Tracey Emin You all know about my love for the Tate Britain – one of London’s best free days out. And excitingly, Tracey Emin’s controversial Turner Prize exhibition piece ‘My Bed’ is back at the Pimlico gallery along with some other pieces by Emin and Frances…
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Interiors: Monochrome

Image from Pinterest (see my board here) Planning permission for our loft conversion has finally been approved! So I am officially allowed to start shopping around for my monochrome loft space… Images from Pinterest The key is to have white as the main palette, and then add chic black aspects.…
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Frugal To Do: Jane & Serge at Proud Chelsea

Jane & Serge, 5th May 1969, copyright Andrew Birkin The love affair between Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin has always been one that fascinates me. Now an exclusive exhibition at Proud Gallery, Chelsea, is housing photographs of the couple taken by Jane’s brother Andrew Birkin. Jane & Serge, 10th May…
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Day Trip: Lowry at The Tate

A few weekends ago, I visited the Tate Britain with my family – the sun was out and I love London in the sunshine. The exhibition was great, however, just too crowded to really get a good insight. I actually prefer the permanent collection (which is free to visit) –…
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Lichtenstein at Tate modern

The comic book genre has been at the forefront of fashion in the recent months – whether its fonts, typography or fashion (see my comic fashion post here), so it stands to reason that I would want to go to the Roy Lichtenstein exhibition at the Tate Modern – the…
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Investment: Art

I have just bought my first piece of Art. It was a daunting process but as soon as I saw the piece in Nelly Duff, Colombia Road, I knew I wanted it. It has the mix of being cool and modern but also with relevancy to me: my first fashion…
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