PAINTED CEILINGS WAS ONE OF THE INTERIOR TRENDS THAT HAS BEEN AROUND FOREVER BUT REALLY TOOK OFF IN 2019.
I WANT TO SHARE WITH YOU THR REASONS TO PAINT YOUR CEILING WITH COLOUR.
Painting my ceiling completely transformed my living room. It was a way for me to add drama and colour to the room without being overpowering.
THERE ARE LARGE ONES,THERE ARE SKINNY ONES, THERE ARE SHORT ONES, THERE ARE LONG ONES…. WHAT AM I TALKING ABOUT? HALLWAYS OF COURSE.
The last hallway update was late 2018,when my love for Farrow & Ball Hague Blue was at its peak. Admittedly I still have big love for Hague Blue but I do become bored very easily. Instagram and Pinterest can often make you feel like a child in a sweet shop. I’ll have one of those and one of those and before you know it you’re decorating the same space multiple times a year.
I started to question myself, if you love Hague Blue then why change it? Why not find ways to update the space without decorating.
When the online print store Posterlounge contacted me about a collaboration I saw this as a perfect opportunity to use prints as a way to update this space, more on that a bit later.
Recently I embarked on another room revamp, the master bedroom to be exact. I am a huge wallpaper lover but I am also a decorating addict.
If you are like me you will naturally turn to paint for your room revamp, before you pick up that paint brush let me tell you about removable wallpaper.
This month I am working with Homebase who are helping me achieve the colourful garden I desire.
As soon as spring arrives I’m constantly searching for all things bright and vibrant. I love to have a colourful home and want to create the same in my garden.
The sun is shining and we are all out in our gardens getting ready for summer. I’m always looking for ways to make my garden have a sense of individuality. Here I will share with you my easy step by step Poundland Plant Pot Hack.
For those who have followed me for a while would know I love to play with colour. The living room has needed a refresh for a while now. My style is very eclectic and I love to clash colours with pattern but the problem I faced was how was I going to introduce colour when I had so much colourful furniture.
A year ago almost to the day I was ready to throw out our much loved brown leather sofa, this sofa was bought a few months after my second child was born in 2009.
Children don’t just prematurely age you, they prematurely age your furniture too.
Im going to take you through the process, how to, was it worth doing and how has it worn a year on.
Instagram is exactly that, he takes you out gives you all the love and attention leaving you completely committed then one day drops you with no reason why! You think you’ve found what works it’s all going well then suddenly you was robbed by someone called the algorithm and your left wondering what you did wrong. Read more
Not another Interior/Lifestyle blog I hear you say!
I won’t try and sugar coat it, that’s exactly what this is but this Blog is by me so without further ado let me introduce myself.
Some of you may already know me from Instagram as the face behind House of Chester, my name is Michaela I’m a mum of two children and one fur babe Winston the untrained slightly bonkers French Bulldog oh and not forgetting my long suffering life partner Andrew. Living our lives in Essex
(Insert oversized picture of me pulling a very unnatural pose) Read more