I love having a clean and minimalistic home it means I know where things are and I don't feel bogged down with clutter. That being said sometimes by doing that I feel like I lose a bit of personality to our living space. Ta-da introducing PrezzyBox, a website full of unique quirky pieces to add to your home!
The lovely folk at Prezzybox sent me a few little gifts (which you may have spied on my social media), but because I loved it so much I thought I'd share some of my top finds from their website. The best thing about it is that they actually are a real good spot to find some unique gifts, and ones that are quite reasonable too! Love unicorns, pineapples, flamingos and or prosecco - these are your guys!
All of those fun pieces above you can get at Prezzybox, but the items I've had are the unicorn slippers, the prosecco mug and the prosecco mat. Not that I like prosecco or anything!? Sorry in advance for losing a few hours whilst you browse their website... but happy shopping everyone!
I am a huge fan of the Scandinavian posters and art prints company, Desenio. I've purchase many pieces from them in the past and can't help but get inspired each time I browse. With that in mind I've decided to get creative today and share some ideas for a blogger's gallery wall!
Since I was little girl I always wanted to go to the last night of the proms, but as you may or may not be aware you do need to attend a certain amount of other BBC Proms concerts in order to qualify for tickets. Alternatively you can go in on the ballot but that doesn't obviously guarantee tickets.
As a second option I went along to the BBC Proms in the Park concert in London's grand Hyde Park on the last night of the proms. There would be a handful of acts during the day with a live link up to Albert Hall for the main event and sing along. I was taking my Mum with me, so we had an afternoon tea at Cahoots and headed over to Hyde Park.
Were you following me on social media this weekend? If you weren't you'll have missed my awesome experience of afternoon tea at Cahoots, London. I went to Cahoots when it first opened in March 2015 and fell in love from the moment I walked in. If you love themed, quirky, totally trendy places to visit and want an alternative afternoon tea - this needs to be added to your hit list. Be warned, when you step through those doors you'll be transported right back to the 1940's...
I have always been a big photography fan, I've never been on a course or anything, I've just self taught and let my hobby somewhat blossom over the years. I remember buying my first 'proper' camera from Jessops in Loughborough years ago, but unfortunately the shop closed down. I was actually quite saddened by this because the staff and service was always right on the mark - even for the most random camera questions they always would know how to solve the problem.