Why I am OBSESSED with LA’s Restoration Hardware

This shop blew my mind. Was it the proportions of the room, the oversized opulent chandeliers, the posts, the palms, the rooftop or the hallway mirrored staircase.... I don't know, but what I do know was walking into RH in the design district of Los Angeles,

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Our New Home!

2016 has not been a great year in terms of worldwide dynamics...however on a personal note 2016 has been pretty incredible. My first year set up as CAT DAL INTERIORS, my wonderful wedding in Ibiza, a website face lift and finally the refurbishment of my split le

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Your dream House Boat.. by Bert & May

Everything you thought you knew about house boat design... think again. Spacious, light, luxurious, stylish and disarmingly comfortable, Bert & May's House boat is leading the pack. Uber scandinavian reclaimed wood cladding, mid century wall lights and of course their iconic cement tiles, the space feels like your own little slice of paradise. You can check out the house boat at their London s

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3 reasons to check out Morty & Bobs this summer!

Secret Rooftop

Just a heart beat away from Broadway Market, Netil House is off the beaten track just enough to save you from the crowds. So when we visited on a sunny Bank Holiday we were thrilled with how quiet it was.. the perfect balance with just enough people to people (and puppy) watch, but no probs nailing that sun drenched table.

Stunning Design

The space is simply, go

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The Ultimate Place to Find Mid Century Furniture

Yesterday I peeled myself off the warmth of my sofa to head to south London to see what people have been calling 'mid-century furniture porn'. And, yes, it was glorious! Situated in the architecturally mesmerising Dulwich College, the Midcentury Modern show was nothing short of spectacular. Featuring the best in mid century design from the US, Scandinavia and the UK, there was everything from c

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Succulents, cacti, botanicals, I’ve found greenery heaven.

Stumbling through East London last Saturday on a drizzling windy afternoon, the clouds suddenly parted and the sun gloriously came out over Conservatory Archives- the shop you NEED in your life. With old school jazz playing in the background, patterned moroccan tiles on the floor and an abundance of house plants and small trees, the space feels like the living room garden oasis you've always wa

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Abigail Ahern’s London Shop

If you haven't heard of interior designer Abigail Ahern, then from theses pics it should be easy for you to see why she is one of my ultimate design heroes. Her style and ethos inhabits a rock 'n' roll/ rule-breaker attitude, with tons of character, textures, colours and shadows. As a Scandinavian, we have been known to generally veer towards the more minimal, clean look - however this is a sty

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A Week on my Feet

Ever considered what a week in the life of an interior designer looks like? Perhaps. But have you ever considered what a week of an interior designer's feet looks like? Well, Luxury Flooring have taken inspiration from the amazing Instagram account: ‘I Have This Thing with Floors’, with their campaign ‘A Week on My Feet’ and they have asked me to be involved. (please ignore the bad feet) ...view more