So yup….we’re actually having a baby. GULP. Of course we’ve always wanted a family and we designed the Dream House with that in mind, but now it’s actually happening - which means I have a big fat belly and a room to re-decorate! :)Read More
Move over fashion, home accessories are now officially my favourite things to shop for. Leave me unattended in the homeware section of any high street retailer and dangerous things will happen. Living in Cayman I often pine after the likes Anthropologie and Zara Home to pick up gifts and decorations, but I also LOVE a good spree in a large TK Maxx or Target when they have good stock. And don’t get me started on HomeSense in the UK - I would shop there everyday if I could. It’s probably a good thing that I live so far away from one…
When people ask where I bought the “accessories” for our house from, the answer is again that I mainly sourced them off island. I have found a few bits and bobs at Buy Smart, Kirk Home and AL Thompsons, but the really fun stuff is from abroad.Read More
Designing and building our dream house was absolutely incredible and a lot of fun...but let's call a spade a spade...the bit I was always really looking forward to was furnishing it!Read More
January birthday's are not the "worst."
Mine is on the 3rd, so I speak from experience!Read More
Boating is serious business in the Caribbean and “weekend boating” means the same to locals here as Sunday roast and a packet of Rich Tea does to any Brit – it’s a standard occurrence. A ritual you learn alongside breathing. Every Saturday and Sunday residents pile on to their crafts and head out onto the ocean. Some go out fishing or snorkeling but most will simply drop and anchor or raft up on the other side of the island to enjoy the crystal clear water with a beverage and some snacks. Hours slip by as music plays and people meander between the bobbing boats, catching up with old friends.Read More