More than 4 billion people live in urban areas globally. It’s now projected that by 2050, more than two-thirds of the world population will live in urban areas. So no wonder we pay more importance to the buildings and structures around us.
If I asked you what story does life remind you of, which one would you pick? Whatever your answer might be, there is a subreddit that wants to convince us that it's more like Cinderella or Beauty and the Beast.
Words by Louisa MartinPhotos by WeHeartIt My nighttime routine isn't complete without tucking myself in with a little Tik Tok. After washing my face and brushing my teeth and turning off the heat so that last month’s utilities bill will stop giving me nightmares, I bundle up and traverse the three snowy clicks across my phone screen to my Tik Tok FYP (For you Page). This is twenty-two. But something strikes my groggy interest this wintery eve. As I scroll through what were formerly gullies…
Have you been hearing the term "cottagecore" popping up more and more in design circles? Let's talk about some of what is included in this new-to-most style! *Feature Photo Credit to Brambly Cottage Ashbury Wallpaper. * I first mentioned cottagecore in my Interior Design Trends for 2021 Blog Post from a few weeks ago and
Needing a weekend escape from their busy lives and stressful careers in London, designer Caroline Holdaway and her photographer partner, Fatimah Namdar, relish the peace and quiet of their eighteenth-century cottage in the Cotswolds