London’s first cactus store

I have very exciting news! The first boutique purely dedicated to cacti and succulents, Prick has opened its doors to offer Londoner’s these exotic and unusual species. Regarding them as living sculptures, Prick is designed to make plant shopping as enjoyable as shopping for clothes.

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A 5 course street food menu in Camden

On a busy Saturday afternoon, I was surrounded by mouth-watering smells and an abundance of delicious options that sounded just as delectable as the next. Instead of choosing one, I made my way through a five course street food menu so I could share with you the delightful tastes of Camden Market. You’re welcome!

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Pursuit of the perfect bouquet in London

There’s just something about a bouquet of flowers. They say “sorry”, “thank you”, “get well soon” and “I love you” all in one small bundle of colour. In a league of their own, London’s flowers stands are beyond impressive, so I felt like it was a duty of mine to share them with you!

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Kate Guy gets creative in the kitchen

Cardabelle Design is former graphic designer and art teacher, Kate Guy’s newest venture that combines her love of traditional print making techniques with her passion for cooking. Using lino-cut and screen printing methods, Kate creates unique, handmade kitchen textiles.

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The HOUSE Fair, London

On Saturday 25th June, I visited The HOUSE Fair at Olympia London. Hosted in association with House & Garden, I was bound to fall in love with everything that I saw, and (surprise!), I did! On trend: bold colours and patterned surfaces.

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Inspired on my a.m. walk

Morning walks are designed to gently ease you into the day while justifying the chocolate biscuit you have during your 11am tea break. The smell of fresh air, the sounds of birds chirping and the sun’s heat on your skin, are some of the ways that nature can prepare and inspire us for the day ahead.

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64 Degrees, Brighton

Hiding within the famous lanes of Brighton, this minimal, industrial-style hole-in-the-wall won’t jump out to passers-by. With an open kitchen, 16 plate sharing menu, and a 24 person capacity, I wasn’t sure what to expect from 64 Degrees. What came next though did not disappoint!

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