Being an Insta fan (aka stalker) of interior design & lady builder @makeitmoregeous for many years, when a new Airbnb Experience was launched to visit Moregeous Mansion & have a nosey around, I didn't have to think twice!
The wait is finally over! I'm so excited to finally reveal my new botanical bathroom - this project has certainly been a labour of love, but all that hard work was worth it!
We decided to take on a little makeover challenge: refurbish & repurpose identical plant pots, one with a pastel theme and one with a bright theme... check out how we got on 🙂
I recently managed to smash my teapot lid, but rather than throw it away I started browsing for cool upcycles I could do myself... now I've got so many options I don't know which one to choose 🙂
I'm a bit of a terrarium collector, displaying mini plants and cacti in them, but I've been looking at affordable alternatives to help me create an indoor garden in time for the Spring 🙂
Incorporating travel into your interior is surprisingly easy, sometimes it even happens by accident.
I'd seen a few see-through picture frames online, and wanted to have a go at making one for myself. Here's my how to guide...
I've always wanted to take on an upcycle project, so last year I finally took the plunge & refurbished a drinks cabinet I found languishing at a local antique store. The finished result even surprised me...
Although I'm no eco-warrior, I am conscious of doing my bit to help the environment. These days there are loads of ways you can reduce, reuse and recycle your household waste, and incorporate these practises in your interior schemes.