I can’t believe we are already in the middle of January. The days and weeks seem to fly by and spring will hopefully be here soon. One of my blogging resolutions for the year is to produce more style / fashion posts. This was my intention when I created the blog 18 months ago but somehow fashion got a bit sidetracked in favour or parenting and interior posts.
I am not working at the moment, and haven’t been since the end of October. This has really affected my style, I am making less of an effort and I find myself wearing jeans and scruffy jumpers on a daily basis. It’s easy to get into a bit of a rut if you spend a lot of time at home. My short term goal is to do a bit of a wardrobe clear out and start wearing anything but jeans.
2016 was the year of the Scandi style, the comeback of copper and marble and the year we brought the indoors in. If you love Instagram as much as me you have probably seen these in your feed on a daily basis. Love them or hate them, those were some of the key trends of 2016. But will they still be around this year? With interior trends constantly changing this is something difficult to predict but I am sure some of them will still be popular in 2017.
Here are the top 5 interior styles I think we will see a lot in 2017:
Velvet textures and fabrics in rich jewel tones like teal, emerald green and magenta will be a great hit this year. It’s all about the luxury, and giving an air of opulence to your home. It’s the time to be bold and out there with your decor choices.
I am very excited about this trend, I am a colour lover and I think we will see some beautiful decor pieces in the next few months.
I´ve also had the chance to work with amazing companies, like Epson, The Co-op ,Westfieldand Wayfair-to name a few. I am extremely grateful for the opportunities I´ve had and for the trust the brands have put in my blog.
These below have been my top 5 most popular posts of the year. I have listed the links below in case you fancy reading in the new year.
Afternoon tea is one of those British traditions I love. Eating lovely sandwiches, drinking endless cups of tea and best of all, eating lots of cake.
A couple of days ago we were invited to have afternoon tea for two at Moggerhanger Park. Moggerhanger Park is a Grade 1 Listed Georgian Historic House set in 33 acres of parkland and woodland in Bedfordshire. After extensive refurbishment Moggerhanger is now hosts weddings, conferences and other corporate events. It is a beautiful place easily accessible from London.
This is the time of the year when we all want to feel all snug and warm in our bedrooms. When we want to spend lazy Sundays in bed, having cups of tea and enjoying reading books while we are nice and cosy.
Adding textures, layers and lighting will help you achieve that cosy Christmas look. You don’t need to spend a lot of money, just add a few accessories and your room will be ready for the festive season.
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