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Neutral Nursery Decor That’s Perfect for Big Kids Too

Did you enjoy designing your nursery decor? It was one of the things I loved most about being pregnant. I thoroughly enjoyed browsing and planning what to buy for the little baby wriggling inside me. I went for neutral nursery decor, with off white walls, and white furniture, so that it would be versatile. Ryan didn’t want to know if we were having a boy or a girl. Unfortunately the sonographer gave it away, and got all flustered. We were pretty sure we were having a girl, but  ...

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Happy Memories of Cornwall with The John Dyer Gallery

Do you gravitate back to the same place for your annual summer holidays? We’ve been back to St Ives virtually every summer for the past six years, or possibly even longer. It has everything we want from a holiday, even some sunshine (apart from one very rainy year). As you can imagine, we have lots of very happy memories of Cornwall. When we’re down in St Ives, we often browse the little galleries and dream about owning a piece of Cornish art. Well, thanks to The John Dyer  ...

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How To Make Over A Window with Frosted Window Film

Net curtains. Are you a fan? I’m not really, but I do like the privacy they give. So I’ve tried out a more modern, sleek alternative, in the form of frosted window film, and I think it’s the way forward. Read on to find out how to make over a window with gorgeous frosted window film from Inkmill Vinyl Ava’s room overlooks our road, so we have been debating adding some kind of net curtain arrangement for a while. Because she has a dormer window, I couldn’t  ...

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How to Create a Cosy Reading Nook

I recently wrote about my goals for 2018, and one of them was to read more. As an American and English Literature graduate, and a writer myself, it’s quite sad that I haven’t read a book in several years. I decided to make a cosy reading nook, using our vintage Ercol chair. Read on to find out what you need to create your own cosy reading nook.Our living room is an awkward shape. It’s long and thin with two internal doors, some French windows, a bay window and a fireplace.  ...

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