Seventies Kitchen

It's time to say a fond farewell to our classic 1970s avocado kitchen! As much as I love it, it's time for an upgrade, and a dishwasher apart from anything else. This was the original kitchen, installed when the block was built in about '81, so ok then, not quite 70s....

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Tile Style

Returning from a recent city break in Seville, one of the things that impressed me the most, was the city's famous tiles. They're everywhere: in churches, in restaurants, on monuments and bridges. All are highly decorated, and have been made locally for centuries....

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Purple Reign

I've done purple before on the blog, but you may have noticed that Pantone recently announced that Ultra Violet (Colour ref. 18-3838), was their colour of the year, and it so happens I've shot quite a few purple/mauve/lilac/violet interiors lately. Here are just a...

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Wonder Walls

2017 was wall to wall wallpaper, and I worked with some great brands including Fromental, and Blackpop. This post showcases some of the wide variety of styles out there at the moment. Fromental Blackpop A few others that caught my eye.  ...

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Holiday House London

I have to confess, when American publication, New York Cottages & Gardens contacted me early last year about a shoot in London for their magazine, I had no idea what lay in store. All I knew was that I was shooting a pair of houses in St. John's Wood. I was none the...

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Christmas Shoots

Christmas started around the August bank holiday this year, when I shot an elegant Kensington home with interiors by Overbury Interiors, for Homes & Gardens. The delivery of the spectacular garland over the fireplace, and a wreath for the front door, both from Maison...

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Eating Out 2017

I enjoy shooting restaurants almost as much as eating in them. And I've been fortunate enough to shoot quite a variety of them this year. Keepers, Bristol Interior by Central Design Studio Marriott Hotel, SE1 Interior by Aedas Ephesus, Crawley Interior by Yotu Salt &...

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Westcove

Thank goodness we weren't in this beautiful corner of Kerry a week later than we were, as it stands right in the path of Ophelia. Apparently the damage wasn't as extensive as they feared, but power was lost for some time.  We last visited ten years ago, and...

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