Firstly I don't think I have ever learnt so much in one year! Now I can build worktops, fit skirting boards, change bannisters and have a better grasp on electric and plumbing. Since the builders left Edd and I have undertaken every single project at the house with lots of help from my Dad, my… Continue reading Project Haus – One Year In.
In anticipation of our forthcoming taxidermy courses in July we have caught up with Kim Zoe Wagner who hosts the courses and had a bit of a chat about her profession, art and interiors. As lovers of taxidermy ourselves we always had in mind featuring bit more than pieces in the store. So a few… Continue reading Racing against the clock to get to the pickeling ! An Interview with taxidermist Kim Zoe Wagner
This week our home has been featured by the fantastic Design*Sponge, recently it also made an appearance to in Homes and Antiques magazine. We have a one bedroom flat in Bristol and we have been here for 6 years. It is not finished and never will be as there is always new ideas to try or… Continue reading At Home – Our Interior style
Instruments are beautiful and often expensive things. Obviously made to make beautiful music with but sometimes whether due to being broken or just looking freaking amazing they become more decorative objects than musical. Kind of moving on from the home with a grand Piano that no one can play, instruments (and there cases) can be… Continue reading The Weeks Pick – Instrumental Decoration
Right I have decided I need to do some weekly feature on the blog to help make it more manageable and keep me focused. "The Weeks Pick" will feature one of our favourite new piece's from our store Dig Haüshizzle. We will also show many styling ideas and in a inspiration/moodboard fashion will show how… Continue reading The Weeks Pick – Workbench Style
House Plants This is not something I claim to be an expert at. I am a beginner and it has gone wrong a few times but I can help but keep feeling our home or the shop for that matter just needs a few more plants! Im sat writing this in the store with 15… Continue reading Interior Inspirations – 23 spaces all about the Green!
Cass and I have long been admirers and appreciate the worth of old authentic industrial furniture. Whether it be in the form of an original tolix chair weathered with a beautiful patina of its primary colour or the sheer functionality of a French sorting office counter. The majority of industrial furniture find a perfectly good… Continue reading Book Review – Industrial Chic : Cult furniture design and lighting
Yesterday I got home from work to a lovely surprise, the Elle Decoration subscription had arrived. I know that is always nice, but nothing really to write home about. This time I knew was different. As we knew interior designer and presenter Gabrielle Blackman had a shoot done at her wonderful home with a few… Continue reading Elle Decoration