Home Comforts

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There is no place like home! Home for me is the heart of my existence. It's important to feel comfortable and relaxed in your home and sometimes it's the little touches that make a house a home.

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'Just the two of us'  by Louise O'Hara of DrawntoStitch www.drawntostitch.com

'Just the two of us' by Louise O'Hara of DrawntoStitch www.drawntostitch.com

What a great idea.

What a great idea.

My new mug! Love it as it's all about sewing and it also matches my kitchen.

My new mug! Love it as it's all about sewing and it also matches my kitchen.

Refurbished dresser and ottoman with a country style finish. Delighted with the end result. Amazing what you can do with a little bit of thought.

Refurbished dresser and ottoman with a country style finish. Delighted with the end result. Amazing what you can do with a little bit of thought.

I bought this solid oak dresser at an auction. My sisters painted it for my Birthday and got me the beautiful china to go on it. It looks really great!

Christening Generations | Your present, made with the past, for future generations.

I bought this solid oak dresser at an auction. My sisters painted it for my Birthday and got me the beautiful china to go on it. It looks really great!

Super excited!! Look what I got from my wonderful Son for my Birthday!!  it

Super excited!! Look what I got from my wonderful Son for my Birthday!! it

'Wonderful You' Siobhán Jordan. I just LOVE! this girls art. I have a small print in my kitchen but I could fill my house with these beautiful images.

Siobhan Jordan

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My Mum made this Ottoman in woodwork classes when she was a young woman in the 50s. I have had it many years and gave it a coat of paint, covered the top with foam and a patchwork fabric I made and a few scatter cushions to really finish it off. Delighted with it. A little imagination can go a long way

My Mum made this Ottoman in woodwork classes when she was a young woman in the 50s. I have had it many years and gave it a coat of paint, covered the top with foam and a patchwork fabric I made and a few scatter cushions to really finish it off. Delighted with it. A little imagination can go a long way