Posts in Decorating
HOW I CREATED A VAPORWAVE STYLE STILL LIFE FOR CROWN PAINTS

If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know that I’m all about people being themselves, whether that’s in their home, business or personal life. There is far too much talk of trends and ‘what’s in’ right now when honestly, I think the best thing you can do is work out what you personally really like and why. It’s my absolute key to successful decorating that lasts a lifetime.

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10 NON-TREE XMAS TREE IDEAS FOR SMALL SPACES

Wassup guys! So in my recent blog post I revealed my alternative Xmas tree for this year's festivities. I just couldn't help myself... I couldn't have another bog-standard Xmas tree could I?! Alternative trees are definitely becoming a 'thing' nowadays , as more people have smaller spaces to work with or just want to be out there with their decor. 

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MY ALTERNATIVE CHRISTMAS TREE

Alright peeps! In my eyes, traditional styling is boring, so every year I aim to create a new alternative Christmas tree full of handmade baubles and decorations. Well, handmade is probably a stretch... hand decorated?! The good folks over at Swiftcover asked me to share some xmas #swifthomehacks so what better than to do another alternative christmas tree for 2017? 

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STYLING A KIDS SUMMER PARTY

It's about that time that the schools are about to kick out all of the kids for summer here in the UK. Ice lollies, water fights and trips to the park (or perhaps soup, umbrellas and indoor play if this summer has been anything to go by!) 

Me and my sister Annie thought it'd be cute to throw my nephew a cute little schools' out party to celebrate the best time of year for kids his age with a little help from Command 3m.

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VIDEO: HOW TO CREATE A GRAPHIC PAINT EFFECT FOR A WALL

Hey homies! Today I'm bringing you another one of my #swifthomehacks in the series of videos that I created in collaboration with Swiftcover. This one is all about creating a cool graphic paint effect, a bit like what I did in my daughter Marley's room recently (as seen below). It's perfect for a kids room as they love things to be a bit wacky, but it's equally just as good for any grown-ups room too :)

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I LEARN HOW TO USE CHALK PAINT AT AN ANNIE SLOAN WORKSHOP

Honestly I've always been a bit cringed out by furniture painting. I think the word 'upcycling' should sometimes be swapped for 'over decorated tat'. Shabby chic is not my bag at all. Paint effects? Dubious. So, me doing an Annie Sloan furniture painting workshop was going to be a fun experiment, right?!

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