I had a wedding cake to deliver to Victoria Hall, Saltaire and thought I’d drag the family along and make a day of it. Saltaire is a perfect place for a day trip, with Salts Mill, independent shops and cafes, a canal with boat trips, Roberts Park and loads more.
If you’re in need of an easy kitchen update, look no further! Here are 3 easy kitchen updates that you can do in next to no time and make a big impact!
This year, as ever, my garden has been left to do its own thing and now looks rubbish. From May onwards as I get busier with work the garden gets more and more neglected and left to its own devices. Some things are looking fab, like the Erigeron and the roses, but everything else eitherRead More
I had a go at making a replica of our scaffold plank dining table to go in the dolls house. It turned out pretty good, so I thought I’d share how I did it! This dolls house dining table is roughly 1/12th scale, but I’m not exact (I measure using a tape measure in theRead More
I like to have a project or 5 on the go at any one time. A few weeks ago we dropped some of Holly’s old clothes and books off at the local charity shop and spotted this rather neglected, brown and nicotine-stained massive San Francisco dolls house project. It was £10. I bought it. PoorRead More
Our small courtyard garden is a bit of a funny place, a place we never really used other than for pegging out washing and getting out to the car. A while ago, we made a pallet sofa (see the blog post with a How To here) which was great but in all honesty was tooRead More
Ever since we moved into this house, the bathroom has been on the list of things to redo. The layout isn’t bad, but the actual bath tub had seen better days and those awful turd brown tiles… The tub itself was enamelled steel and the enamel had chipped off in parts. The coating to theRead More
Now, if you’ve been following this blog or my Instagram account for longer than 5 minutes, you’ll know that I love a bargain. One of my favourite ways to save money, renovate my home and help stop things ending up in landfill is to visit furniture auctions. They’re full of vintage items, some more amazingRead More
I’ve always had a thing for period houses. They’re so full of character! Victorian houses especially appeal to me as they are sometimes uncessarily grand, just for the sake of it. Our tiny terrace has grand skirting boards, coving and ceiling roses, all designed to impress visitors and give the impression that it’s a miniRead More
For about a million years I’ve wanted to update the island in our kitchen. It was super boring, finished with just the cheap melamine end panels. It really needed some shwazzing up! This was really quick and easy to do, so here’s how we did it in my Simple Wood Panelling Tutorial. The first thingRead More