Monday, 25 May 2015

I Have This Thing With Floors.....

I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I Have This Thing With Floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors
I have this thing with floors

I have never been one for taking pictures of myself, I am extreamly un-photogenic and a bit shy! I do however like documenting my journeys and usually snap my feet wherever I go..... so I was really happy when I found 'I have this thing with floors', a steadily growing Instagram account dedicated to Instagram users foot and floor portraits.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of having your foot selfie chosen is #Ihavethisthingwithfloors

Friday, 22 May 2015

The Home of .... Amanda





This is the home of Amanda, the owner of a shop called Small Acorns, who lives in Wellington, NZ with her daughters Millicent and Eva. I found her blog via the top picture which I found on Pinterest ( Shock.... with a link) and totally fell in love with that ornate colourful carved dresser.

The rest of her home is equally as eclectic and beautiful and i really love the mixture of old, modern and electric pinks and greens.

To view more of Amanda's home visit Small Acorns here

Sunday, 17 May 2015

A 14th Century English home











It was my birthday this week and my parents came to stay, it was awesome to have a catch up and we went to St Fagans just outside of Cardiff. It was such a cool place where they had moved houses from across Wales to set up a Welsh Life museum. One of the Houses was from my parents old village..... This got me thinking it was about time I posted about some of the beautiful houses the UK has to offer...

So here is a beautiful 14th Century Suffolk home that was lovingly restored by skincare brand Pevonia, owners Daniela Chandler and Paul Mason.

This home is similar to my parents old home in Wales, although the upstairs rooms are now used for  bedrooms in the 14th century these rooms would have been used for storage........

I love these properties.....Stone floors, beamed ceilings and a great big inglenook fireplace... what is not to love?

To view the original article visit Period Living here