Home Details


Hello, I disappeared last week didn’t I?! I am just so busy at the moment with my shop and trying to fit it all in around mummying, my poor blog has been a bit neglected. Anyway, I took a few pics of some more changes and little details around my home. We are still swapping things around and generally refreshing the place. Tumbler - here. Tray - here. Garland - here. Plant pot - here.


I threaded these giant wooden beads myself. Admittedly the cord has broken once and the beads scattered everywhere (oh the rage!). Knots were never my strong point.



Recently I took part in a swap on Sandra’s blog. I sent her tea, she sent me goodies, including this print. Love it.


This is the new print that I mentioned recently. I adore it, but it’s really hard to photograph as there are too many reflections where it is situated, so here is a little snippet. Fur Neil print from here.


I’ve been swapping my postcards around too. I ordered a couple from Lou’s shop, which you can see here, the Zig Leaf and Trees postcards. She’s been doing some great new illustrations, so go and have a browse.

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  1. Oh I love the details of your home, Kerry! So funny: We have the same "Für Neil" print at our home and it hangs right next to one of your prints! I just updated my blog yesterday with photos of it, so take a look around, if you like :)

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    1. Hi Trixi, I am very happy to hear that my print sits next to this on! And I looked at your amazing phtotos of your apartment - beautiful - very envious over here!!

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  2. Now I thought you might buy that Fur Neil print! I love it, and was swithering over it too. Your home details look beautiful as always. x

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    1. We have the same taste Jen! I recommend you make a purchase :) Thank you x

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  3. What fun little snapshots!
    Thanks for the print and postcard links! I love learning of new creative people!
    Have a great week! Jx

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    1. Thank you Jane. Glad you like the links x

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  4. Oh what nice things.! Love Lou's new work, and am also very taken with the crocodile/dragon thingy!

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    1. Hi Flora, thank you! Yes, Lou’s doing some lovely stuff! The crocodile/dragon thing-me-bob is by Darling Clementine :)

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  5. You have some very cute corners of your home. x

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    1. Thanks Lyzi - I like a nice corner! x

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  6. Gorgeous bits and bobs :) Love the big beads... Nothing like a bit of swapping things around to feel fresher huh? (I got that Fur Neil print too... even though I don't have kids! My husband's name is Neil so that's my excuse! ;)) Hope you life isn't swamping you too much x

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    1. Thanks Zoe. Yes, I agree. Makes all the difference having a change around. Indeedy-do. I can imagine this print in your home too. I didn’t buy it for my kids! It’s in the living room, not one of their rooms. No excuses needed. Life is pretty swampy, but you know! x

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  7. Whenever I see pictures of your home I wish I already could start decorating ours. So many beautiful details!

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    1. Thank you. I hope you get to do yours soon :)

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  8. Lovely snippets of your home...

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  9. Your home is looking lovely! x

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  10. Oh that's very nice with you Kerry!
    I love your platter) thank you for this discovery

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    1. Thank you, yes it’s a lovely one!

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  11. really lovely details!
    I also bought quite big wooden beads the other day.. even though I am not sure what I will do with them yet... but they were so pretty that I couldn't help myself. :)
    Have a nice week!

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    1. Thank you :) Yes, the beads were a good idea. I am interested to see what you do with yours. I just threaded mine into a circle...I’d wanted some for a while and found them on Ebay. Have a nice week too x

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  12. What a stunning home, extremely unique and I love the sticky tape :)

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  13. Love the little details. It's nice swapping things around a bit, I'm about to do some of that too. I'm a bit of a hoarder though.
    I love the 'Fur Neil' print, I've seen it around on the internet but never got round to buying one. I love the moon, definitely on my wishlist :)

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    1. Thank you. Yes, get the print if you can - I’m so happy with it :)

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  14. Nice!
    I love my new poster. I´ve framed it. Now I must find a good spot for it!

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    1. Hi Rina, Great news, thank you. I looked forward to seeing it in you beautiful home! :)

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  15. I love all the little details, especially that Donna Wilson beaker and the mirror. I love your colour choices, you clearly have a great eye. Your print looks great, can't wait to see the whole thing! It's also so fun to see my little garland in amongst all your lovely things, thank you! :)

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    1. Thank you Charmaine. I love the beaker and the mirror was a junk shop find! I’m so happy with my garland, thank you :)

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  16. It looks so nice there! Love the plant pot!

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  17. Thank you for the Ikea plant pot tip! I spent my weekend looking for some nice plant pots for indoors and couldn't find any - looks Iike I need a little Ikea trip (always dangerous)!

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    1. Ikea trips are always dangerous!! Good luck!

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  18. LOVE all these details. I am so getting that plant and pot on my next ikea trip... to cute to not really! Thanks for including my postcards, I am super happy to see them nestled in there. They look right at home. I might have to get moustache moon man myself.. ahhh it's no good, I might have to move in and live under your dining table! x

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    1. Thanks Lou. I’m not one for plants really ( a bit like animals!). Thought I’d give it a go. And typically I keep forgetting to water it, so who knows how long it’ll last! Come and move in!!

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    1. Thank you. Oh yes, it was so anger inducing!!

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  20. I too have been ordering from Lou, lovely little rays of sunshine those cards! I spy a little bit of cloud in a picture too, i love a good cloud!

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    1. Yay, love her cards. Good to hear you have some too, That’s Alessandra’s cloud. From La Casita. Love it :)

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  21. Lovely pictures Kerry - I'm eyeing off that potplant big time! I'd really like to have more houseplants in our place, so thanks for the inspiration:) Have a lovely week!

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    1. Thanks Georgia. I’m really not one for plants usually, but thought I’d give it a try - hopefully it will survive, but can’t guarantee it! I hope you find one you like for your place :)

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  22. I love your home. So bright and fresh. I'm in love with that first print. Beautiful!

    ♥ sécia
    http://www.petiteinsanities.com/

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  23. It's always such a delight to see your place Kerry :) Great swapping around and playing! Kx

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  24. These are great, I love the branch/leaves drawing...everything is so perfectly bright and welcoming.

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    1. Thank you. Yes, check out her shop, it’s lovely. :)

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  25. Gosh! so many goodies in one place! Where di you find the lovely wood beams?

    What a great swap you did with Sandra! Is that something you often arrange on the blog?

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    1. Thank you :) I got the beads from Ebay actually - worth a look!

      The swap was one on Sandra’s blog and I was one of the first five people to comment, so got in on the swap. It’s something I like doing, but haven’t really done it on my blog before. Maybe I should start :)

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  26. Oh, such lovely details! I have to remember each time that you mentioned you don't live in such a big house, because each time I see these organized corners, I can't help but think: she must have such a big house, with so many of these clean, organized, beautiful corners!

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    1. Hi Nina, thank you. Yes, it’s a small two bedroomed flat, so we’re squashed in really! The corners you see are organised and I often change them around, but behind the scenes is another story! It’s nice to make these little displays though ;)

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