It’s been just over a year and half since I moved into my house and I’m gradually trying to decorate each room. Now that I’ve finished the open plan living space downstairs, apart from purchasing a bookcase and emptying the last two boxes (I know, surely I don’t need whats in those boxes if I haven’t been in them for well over a year).  I’m now ready to think about decorating the next room, the master bedroom.

In the master bedroom I would love to lift the carpet as hidden underneath are beautiful white wooden floorboards that just need a lick of paint to bring them back to life. Once I have done that I would love to replace the bedroom furniture. When I moved in I up-cycled my old Ikea furniture which is badly needing replaced.

I’ve been searching for ideas on Pinterest and local furniture stores in Glasgow, particularly BoConcept and I’m currently lusting over just about everything in BoConcept. I would love to go for a white and grey colour scheme with a Scandinavian feel and BoConcept have just what I’m looking for.

The Lugona bed frame with a grey fabric headboard would work as the perfect center piece of the room.  I can already imagine myself spending cosy winter nights tucked up in bed watching box sets.  As well as the bed, I would also love the matching  Lungona set of drawers. I love how it has two sides which can be split into his and hers so me and my other half can have a side each. It is quite a pricey set of drawers but think of it for two for the price of one.



Now comes the fun bit, lets add some accessories. A cosy rug so when I step out of bed in the morning my feet don’t have to brave the wooden floors, a vase so I can display some fresh blooms, a super stylish clock and some candles to create that cosy Scandinavian feel.  Now, I better get saving so I can have everything on my wishlist.


*This is a sponsored post but these are my own thoughts.









After getting fed up with coats hanging over my banister at the bottom of the stairs I decided I needed a coat hanger. I’ve seen loads in the shops for £20 plus and I thought to myself, that would be so easy and much cheaper to make with stuff I have around the house.

I had a rummage in our basement (the previous owners left loads of stuff so it’s a bit of a treasure trove downstairs) and I found some skirting boards. I asked my BF to saw round the edges and then I smoothed the edges down with my sander. I then wiped the wood with a damp cloth to remove the excess dust and left to dry for 5 minutes. I already had chalk paint in duck egg which I have used for previous up-cycling projects around the house (see here). I gave the wood a few coats of paint and left it to dry.

Once the paint was dry I used some sanding paper rounds the edges to give it that shabby chic effect. I then stuck on these cute little Sass and Bell hooks I picked up in a near by interiors shop ages ago. They were on sale for £1.25 each and I knew they would come in handy for something one day. I used a strong doubled sided tape to stick the hooks on to the wood and voila……. all done.

Today I’m taking you on a little Spring adventure around my city in collaboration with 

I’m pretty biased but I think Glasgow is an amazing city. It’s got everything you could want from a big city, a buzzing music scene, trendy bars and restaurants, the best shopping outside of London, numerous museums and plenty of green space.

Last Saturday my sister and I had such a fun afternoon reminding our-self’s just how great a city Glasgow is. For our afternoon adventure I wore my new tropical print playsuit from they have a great selection of playsuits and jumpsuits at the moment. The print on this playsuit is perfect for the Summer but until it gets a little warmer in Glasgow I teamed it with my black biker jacket, tights and ankle boots.

We started our afternoon with the Afternoon Tea Experience at Cup Tea Lounge where we were treated to a cake stand filled with savory bites, a selection of cakes and freshly baked scones. It also included unlimited pots of tea from their extensive tea menu with more teas than you can imagine. As I’m a bit of a tea jenny this was the most enjoyable part of the experience and I swear me and my sister must have drank about 10 cups of tea each. We got through 3 pots of teas trying the Chocolate Chilli Explotion, Masala Chai  and the Chocolate Orange & Black Pepper.

We then headed to The Lighthouse to take in the views at the top of the tower and to walk off our cakes and scones of course. The Lighthouse is Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture. It’s free admission and if you climb the Helical Staircase you will find the best view of the city at the top.

After climbing all those stairs we were a little thirsty so headed over to Gin71 to taste a few of the many types of Gins they have to offer. Gin71 has Glasgow’s largest selection of Gins, home made tonics and cocktails. They even offer Gin tasting sessions. The Gins come as doubles as standard so after a few Gins it was time to head home.

 *This is a collaborative post with


A few weeks ago I went along to a Macrame workshop run by Oh So Hygge at Bakery 47 in the Southside of Glasgow.  I have know Kirsty from Oh So Hygge for a number of years and have always know her to be very talented and creative. I had never tried Macrame before so when Kirsty invited me along to one of her workshops I thought I would give it a try.

I will be honest, I thought I would be terrible at it and never thought for one minute that I could make a macrame plant hanger. I’m one of these people that no matter how many times you will show me something, I just don’t get it but after a couple of attempts and a lot of help and patience from Kirsty I managed it and I was surprised how relaxing I found macrame.

There are a number of different knots you can do to create various designs but I kept it simple using the square knot and alternating square knot to create my plant hanger.  You can see in the picture below my plant hanger beginning to take shape.

We stopped half way through the workshop for a cup of tea and tucked into these delicious cakes baked by Bakery 47 which included carrot cake, chocolate brownies and macrons. We even got to take home the left overs. Yummy.

Two hours later my plant hanger was finished. I don’t think I have ever been so proud lol.

Oh So Hygge have two more workshops coming up and still has a few tickets available, there is a workshop on Saturday the 22nd of April in Inverness, tickets can be purchased here and one on Sunday the 7th May in Edinburgh, tickets can be purchased here.

Due to high demand the above classes will be the last for now as Oh So Hygge is in high demand and busy working on orders from the online shop. You can see a few examples of Oh So Hygge’s creations below.

You can also catch Oh So Hygge at Tea Green Artisan markety at Kibble Palace at Glasgow Botanic Gardens on the 4th June from 10am – 5pm.

If you didn’t already know, I have a big love for home interiors and I thought I would share with you what I have been buying lately for my new house (can I still call it new after a year).

Since we moved in a year ago (it was our house-iversary last week lol) we haven’t really done a lot to the house, I have all the ideas and none of the cash. Lucky for us, the house is really neutral so until I have saved enough money to start some proper decorating, I have been adding my style and personality to the house by adding in few accessories here and there. So as well as showing you what I bought I also wanted to share how I have been styling these items round my home.

First up is my new Oliver Bonus lamp. I asked my sisters if they could chip in and buy me this for my birthday and I just love it. I have a lot of this mint colour in my home so it ties in really nicely and looks great on my grey side table. Another recent Oliver Bonus buy is this picture frame. The print inside is actually a new home card also from Oliver Bonus which I thought looked really cute in this frame.

Another birthday present is my Smeg kettle. I had been considering buying this for months but kept telling myself I couldn’t justify spending that much on a kettle. When I had some birthday money I thought, just go for it! I knew I would probably end up spending my birthday money on clothes or something and thought the kettle would last far longer (it bloody better at the price I paid). I searched the web for ages trying to find the best possible price (they normally retail at £109.99) and found it for £99.99 from Leekes (it’s now went back up in price). I was satisfied I had found the best price and bought it. The next day at work one of the girls told me QVC was selling was them for £80. How annoying! So I typed up a quick email to Leekes and asked if they would price match QVC and they did – refunding me £20. Top marks for great customer service which will encourage me to shop with them again.

I know some people will think spending that much on a kettle is crazy but I just think it looks so stylish in my kitchen and everytime I make a cuppa it makes me smile. Money well spent if you ask me.

My next few items were bargains. These artificial flowers I found in a gift shop in Paisley called IVAD. They cost me £1.80 each so £3.60 in total and I think they are the nicest artificial flowers I have seen. The pink tray underneath the vase I picked up in H&M home for £8.99 (no longer on the website I’m afraid). I like to style up it with coffee table books, a vase of flowers or candles. I’m forever moving stuff around for a change of scenery.

The final item is this throw at the end of my bed. I picked up in the Marks and Spencer Outlet. I kept an eye on the price until it came down to £18.50 then spotted there wasn’t many left so bought before it was gone. I have placed it at the end of bed to dress my bed but it also doubles up as a super cosy blanket.

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