If you are ever in need of a little inspiration, whether it’s a new colour palette for your bedroom or bathroom, or new creative ways to wrap your gifts at Christmas, Pinterest is the perfect place to find new ideas.
We’ve been hooked for a while now and our boards have just had a well deserved tidy up. We’ve really refined our style and recategorised quite a few of our boards so they’re really easy to browse. We’re currently coveting so many of the ideas that we’re finding it hard to decide how to redecorate our bedroom!
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We were thrilled to find that we’ve been included in Elle Deco’s 21 of the best online shops. They chose to feature one of our most popular products (and one of our favourites) – our Wire Fox Terrier cushion. Thank you Elle Deco!
We were still elated about the Elle Deco feature when we discovered that we were also featured as one of The Independent’s best 50 interiors websites:
“Neutral colours and a modern country feel abound at Ebury Home and Garden, with products ranging from milky pastel ceramics and woven baskets to glass door handles and etched iron bowls. There’s plenty under £20, making it a great place for interiors related gifts too.”
A big thank you to The Independent too. What a week!
When we had the kitchen and dining room knocked through back in 2009, the original kitchen door was blocked off. You now enter the kitchen/diner through the old dining room door.
Well, you know when things settle down after building works and little hair line cracks appear? One almighty hair line crack appeared where the old kitchen door used to be. Absolutely nothing for us to worry about, but it was pretty ugly and I’ve been meaning to tile over it for ages.
As we’d already tiled the splash back behind the hob in white metro/subway tiles, it made sense to match them on this wall. The tiles would also reflect a lot of light back into the room as they were right opposite the back doors (and we get no direct sunlight into the kitchen).
I’d tiled the splash back myself, so thought I’d be able to tackle this too! It was actually quite straightforward as there were no curved walls or odd cuts to make. I pretty pleased with the results and we saved on the cost of a tiler too! We used pale grey grout the match the others too.
Here is the kitchen wall before. You can’t see the crack but it runs all the way up the wall between the cupboard and the towel hooks. Another thing… the wall would get splashed when people went to dry their hands, so there were lots of water marks on there too. Another problem alleviated!
And here is the wall with the metro tiles. Looks much better, I think and I don’t miss those towels hanging up…
Our new Finnik industrial ceiling light would be ideal for both contemporary or rural decor with its large oxidised steel frame. Place it above a kitchen worktop in a row of three, either side of the bed in an urban bedroom or a teenager’s bedroom.
Suspended from a copper coloured cord, it radiates light into the room.