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Spring For The Home, Life & Mind 17/02/2021
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Spring-Cleaning: Home, Life and Mind

There’s nothing better than that long-awaited moment of cracking open the windows for the very first time after a long, dark winter allowing light and fresh air to stream into our homes. Daffodils are slowly starting to make an appearance, our mornings are beginning to get brighter and after longing of scents of freshly cut grass and the distant sound of birdsong, we are finally ready to welcome spring. Not to mention that spring time is a great opportunity to de-clutter menial tasks in our life (and our minds too)... Read More

Featured This Month | February 26/01/2021
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Featured This Month: February 2021, Love To Be Home

Each month we handpick one talented Instagrammer and their impeccably beautiful home to be featured in our journal and on our Instagram page. We are truly inspired daily by all the talent that we see and just have to share with you. This month we bring you sleek, stylish comfort and a home to fall in love with by Donna @love.to.be.home Donna’s home and Instagram handle holds a very poignant message and as we are spending a lot more time indoors, we couldn’t agree more that it’s so important to “love to... Read More

6 Ways To Show Your Home Some Love 25/01/2021
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6 Ways To Show Your Home Some Love

When your home looks and smells divine, it means coming home to a house to feel proud of. The way the home is organised and the general feel of the home effects your mood, so having the right accessories, décor and scents can contribute towards a sense of peace and security in the home, therefore it’s important to give the home the love it deserves. If you feel like your home has felt a little neglected over time, we have some easy tips to delight and inspire you to spruce... Read More

Featured This Month | January 2021 | Lydia Millen 06/01/2021
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Featured This Month: January 2021, the home of Lydia Millen

Each month we handpick one talented Instagrammer and their impeccably beautiful home to be featured in our journal and on our Instagram page. We are truly inspired daily by all the talent that we see and just have to share with you. This month we are extremely excited and honoured to bring you the exquisite home of Lydia Millen “How to organise your kitchen”. If so, you will know that Lydia loves organising her house, including her kitchen cupboards. In Lydia’s blog, she discusses the kitchen cupboard clutter that we are all... Read More

2021 we're ready for you | The Basket Company 04/01/2021
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New Year, we’re ready for you

The beginning of 2021 feels particularly symbolic to us. 2020 was the year that the world paused. Our intermittent lockdowns and time spent indoors meant keeping other people safe. We clapped at 8pm every Thursday to applaud our incredible front line key workers and let’s not forget the glorious, heatwave from April through to September, complete with a very different style of Christmas to end the year. Regular coffee and cake with friends became coffee and cake catch ups from our living rooms over “FaceTime” and weekly meetings with our... Read More

Featured This Month December | The Basket Company 01/12/2020
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Featured This Month, December 2020: An Enchanting Christmas Grotto

Each month we handpick one talented Instagrammer and their impeccably beautiful home to be featured in our journal and on our Instagram page. We are truly inspired daily by all the talent that we see and just have to share with you. This month we bring you an enchanting Christmas grotto by @home_joyr. It’s the most wonderful time of the year and within Joy’s beautiful home and garden lies a cluster of enchanting festive décor ideas. It’s the ultimate stylish and cosy Christmas haven as Joy has chosen the most elegant theme... Read More

The Secret Of Hygge 30/11/2020
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The Secret Of Hygge

Denmark is typically known as the happiest country in the world and it is said that part of the main reason for that is “hygge” What is Hygge and how do you say it? Hygge [Hoo-guh] is a word that cannot be directly translated however the closest thing to Hygge is “cosy contentment” The secret is, is that we experience moments of “hygge” on a day to day basis but we just don’t realise it because we don’t have a name for it. Still unsure? Dimming the lights and enjoying... Read More

How to make Christmas better than any year before 30/11/2020
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How to make Christmas better than any year before

We know that Christmas 2020 is going to be a little different this year but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be the most magical Christmas of all and our aim is to ensure that this Christmas is going to be the best one yet. This year we have upped our Christmas game to the next level and we cannot wait to show you what’s in store. From Christmas tree inspiration, to an entire selection of new products and ideas to create your own German market at home, you will... Read More

Featured This Month November 30/10/2020
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Featured This Month, November 2020: A Simply Hygge Home

Each month we handpick one talented Instagrammer and their impeccably beautiful home to be featured in our journal and on our Instagram page. We are truly inspired daily by all the talent that we see and just have to share with you. This month we bring you a beautiful hygge home by @simplyscandikatie. We are all familiar with the famous Danish concept of “hygge” [hoo-guh] It’s a word that cannot be directly translated however we all experience hygge daily (we just don’t have a name for it). Hygge means appreciating moments of... Read More

Featured This Month | Featured Image 28/09/2020
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Featured This Month, October 2020: Autumnal Front Door Décor

Each month we handpick one talented Instagrammer and their impeccably beautiful home to be featured in our journal and on our Instagram page. We are truly inspired daily by all the talent that we see and just have to share with you. This month we bring you some beautiful front door décor by Lucy @hercountryliving. We can’t think of a better place to enjoy the beautiful crimson colours of autumn, than in the chocolate box village of the Cotswolds. The picturesque houses are built from ancient stone, nestled between pretty churches and... Read More