EDIT Brighton residency

February 3, 2016

brighton beach, interior design, bandstand, sunset

For the next two weeks I’ll be available for interior therapy and home visits in Brighton! If you would like to find your own personal interior style or just want to focus on one room, take a look at the services I can provide here.

5 tips for creating Valentines day at home

valentines day, top tips, dining, interior design, home, interiors, pink

Dining at home can sometimes be a much more pleasurable experience than dining out in the company of strangers. I don’t think I’ve ever been on a Valentine’s date, thank goodness! I find it all a bit cringe and a little bit forced to be honest. Another reason is that it’s my brother’s birthday on Valentines day […]

Book Review – A New Earth

February 2, 2016

skies, plane, mindful, journey

Ever feel like you come across a book just at the moment when you really need a fresh perspective? A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle was one of those moments for me. It begins on a pretty deep level, so you have to be quite alert to read this book! I wouldn’t suggest it as […]

Monthly mindful – working from home

January 27, 2016


Welcome to your monthly dose of mindfulness!
I thought I’d delve a little deeper into working from home for the first monthly, as it’s not just about the stuff that surrounds you in your office, but your mental approach is incredibly important too.
If you’re anything like me, you need a pretend boss which we’ll call Mr/Mrs schedule.

Oh What’s This?

January 26, 2016

candle sticks, marble, gold, home, interior design, oh what's this

In case you missed it yesterday, EDIT/ I was asked to guest post over on the lovely Oh What’s This blog, talking about my favourite things. I’m a fussy shopper, so you can trust my picks.

The edited office

January 15, 2016

office, working from home, home office, interior design, interiors, desk, chair

Blogging on a train is one of my favourite things; watching the fields whizz by and wearing my sunglasses (appearing totally mysterious) as the sun flickers on my face. Funny how our “office” can be almost anywhere these days. As we crack on with our final EDIT in this series, it will be the most […]

The edited bathroom

January 13, 2016

bathroom, edit, minimalist, shower, home, interior design, interiors, top tips

Yep, I’m going to tell you to do it again…take everything out of your bathroom, this includes all toiletries, towels, everything. Give the entire bathroom a proper scrub down and while it’s drying, sort through your stuff in another room or the hall. Here’s what to focus on: Invest in some posh hand wash or […]

The edited bedroom

January 11, 2016

bedroom, interiors, interior design, edit, bedroom edit, home, duvet, bed, pillows

By now, hopefully you’ve completed your wardrobe edit, so it’s time to readdress the bedroom as a whole. The bedroom needs to be a “stuff free zone” as it’s the place where you need to feel most at ease. I’ve found that my most snuggly bed linen is made from jersey material, it seems to retain […]

The edited living room

January 8, 2016

living room, living room edit, organising, minimalism, home, interior design, interiors,

When it comes to your living room, it should be the place you can relax most – before bed, after work, whilst attempting some yoga, weekends, or spending the entire day watching your guilty pleasures. In essence your living room needs to be a multi-functional space, which allows you to be flexible and snug. Get […]

The edited kitchen

January 6, 2016

kitchen, organisation, home, interiors, interior design, edit, minimalism

The things I keep in my kitchen that I never use are roughly at the 50% mark, that’s a lot of unused clutter. Much like my wardrobe, I’ve had a major edit and am only holding on to the things I use most. Lack of cupboard space has meant I’ve not been able to shove […]

The edited wardrobe

January 4, 2016

wardrobe, organisation, wardrobe organisation, edit your life, edit, interior design, interior therapy, minimalist

During my house move I noticed that my wardrobe was full of clothes that I didn’t wear very often, even the drawers contained multiple sets of duplicates. So I have endeavoured to reduce and consider my clothes in my new wardrobe, whilst coming up with a helpful step-by-step guide for you all.

Nothing is permanent

December 31, 2015

plants, interiors, edit, interior design, interior therapy, maps, curtains, lamp

Two weeks ago, I thought I would be wrapping presents to put under the tree, not bubble wrapping my belongings to move out of my home. This year I asked my family and friends to not buy me any presents, instead I asked them to give me the gift of their support for 2016. Today is […]