Required Reading: Farrow & Ball Decorating with Colour - Remodelista
Farrow & Ball's new book is an unabashed celebration of the powers of its own paints, featuring 18 case studies from a converted fur factory in Paris t
Gabby Deeming’s Instagram photo: “Summer evening cosiness @carskieyhouse”
382 Likes, 11 Comments - Gabby Deeming (@gaboushk) on Instagram: “Summer evening cosiness @carskieyhouse”
Spitalfields, London - A Colorful Self-Guided Walk in the Area
This self-guided walk in Spitalfields, London will take you through the best of the area's markets, side streets, and street art.
The couple who turned 'the most perfect small estate in Scotland' in to a thriving home and business
More than a decade after inheriting their Perthshire estate, James and Caroline Inchyra have realised its full potential, turning this bustling family home into the setting for three thriving business ventures
Chelsea, London - Local's Guide to One of the City's Best Neighborhoods
This local's guide to Chelsea, London neighborhood guide covers everything from the high street to the side streets, the restaurants to the shops.
Is Your Baseboard Heater or Radiator Making You Crazy?
Dear Laurel,I love your blog; it has helped me out on many occasions, most recently on paint color choices. I have been looking for a solution to our very ugly baseboard heater covers and haven't seen anything online that I find attractive...but maybe it's just one of those things for…
Fournier Street, one building at a time. Number 31.
Until his recent death this was the home of Rodney Archer, who installed Oscar Wilde's fireplace in his first floor drawing room. spitalfieldslife.com/2014/03/28/at-31-fournier-st/ www.31fournierstreet.co.uk/
Huguenot Spitalfields house | Film Location | A827
Period Georgian house in the heart of Spitalfields. Elegantly furnished and decorated in stylish bright and colourful style with roof terrace overlooking the chimneys. Garden on the ground floor.
A Beautiful Restored Georgian Townhouse in London — THE NORDROOM
An early 19th-century Georgian townhouse in London has been restored by Chris Dyson Architects into a wonderful live/workplace filled with historic character.