No matter where I have lived, I have always discovered a restaurant that serves great Thai food. In Brunei it was a posh hotel restaurant with ornate gold and red velvet surroundings. In Qatar it was a small cafe hidden behind a high concrete wall where you dined under the stars, with no protection from the elements. The cafe was located in the back streets of a slightly ramshackle looking location, however the food was fantastic, the staff were very friendly and when it comes to food... great food + great staff + good friends = a fabulous time.
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Monday, 10 March 2014
Friday, 7 March 2014
Thursday, 6 March 2014
A mixed post today as I wanted to announce the winner of the US$100 Minted credit. Thank you to everyone who took time to leave a comment either at the blog or my Facebook page.
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
I often dream of living in an all white house but wonder about the practicalities and if it might feel a little cold. However, the owners of this Danish home had no qualms about going all white to create a light abundant living space. If you look closely you will see it is not completely white, antique wooden furniture and other materials have aged to a gentle patina of warmer tones. Far from cold and sterile, this living area provides a comfortable space for the family to relax.
Tuesday, 4 March 2014
Unlike the fashion industry where colours and designs change seasonally and we are constantly replacing our wardrobe to keep up with the latest trends, interior design is a little more sedate. As consumers we take time to invest in our homes and we are usually dictated to by our personal style rather than a passing trend. Whether our personal choice of interior is contemporary, rustic, industrial, French or classic, we look for products that portray our unique taste. Personally my taste leans towards 'classic', timeless designs of yesteryear. I love French and English styles, so I was excited to learn about a new range of classically designed wallpapers.