Trends in interiors often follow the latest catwalk looks and this season it has been all about pink. Now, I love a bit of pink and my shade of choice is a dusty rose, but many shy away from this pretty colour because they are worried it will look too cutesy and too girly. A shot of pink in an interior can actually inject a bit of fun and warmth and you don’t have to go the whole hog – just a cushion or bunch of pink blooms will elevate a space and choosing a stronger shade will keep the look fresh and modern. It is also well known in the trade for being the most flattering colour against all skin tones – it makes you look younger and healthier into the bargain and what’s not to like about that?!
I’m immensely proud and excited to announce that my new book, Creative Living London, was published on 2nd September! It features 34 homes belonging to creative people in London including Ally Capellino, Marc Newson and Charlotte Stockdale, Lisa Eldridge and Robin Derrick, Zandra Rhodes, JamesPlumb, Jo Wood and Kate Halfpenny as well as loads of up and coming artists, designers and makers. We hope it provides you all with plenty of inspiration! The feedback from the press has been incredible and I would like to say a huge thank you to all the magazines that have featured some of the homes in the book. I hope you enjoy it!
After months of hard work, my book is now available to pre order on Amazon! I am extremely proud and can’t wait to see it. I still haven’t actually held a copy in my hands! I hope you will all rush out and buy it – it showcases the homes of some of London’s top creatives from Ally Capellino and Zandra Rhodes to Kate Halfpenny, Marc Newson and Sebastian Conran. There’s plenty to inspire and delight. Out September 2nd…. x