Shelf imitating art

For my birthday last week, an insignificant age celebrated with a massive party (really recommend that), My Friend bought me this lovely coffee table book:

Fully of lovely prints, sketches, inspirational bits, it’s a record of Angie Lewin’s work and covers her nature studies in Norfolk and Scotland. There aren’t many images of her studio spaces in the book – and goodness knows we love a nosy desk shot here – but you can see the artist’s house on her website.

And what the hell, I’ll show you a bit of – dare I call it – still life that I started fashioning on my shelf a few weeks ago, involving an Angie Lewin print I already owned.

Cacti, the only plant suitable for House Plant Killers.



Sania Pell blog

Clock off

I’ve recently discovered the blog of talented stylist and author Sania Pell. Her pictures are a real treat, so I hope she won’t mind me borrowing this one to illustrate a THING I REALLY DON’T LIKE. Yeah, it’s clocks. Deal with it. I get the impression this is one of my more eccentric ‘don’t likes’, […]

Abigail Edwards wallpaper

Zip it

While reading about a new range of very pretty hand drawn wallpaper by Abigail Edwards, my eyes were offended by number 8 in my Top 100 Most Disgusting Interiors Ideas list. Can you guess what it is? No, not the little boat (that’s number 76). No, not the precariously balanced books (don’t try and rest […]