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There is no doubt that a great piece of art gives a home rock-star status. My problem? I’m so damm fickle (and poor). I can’t afford the oh-my-god-must-have-it prints I see in Brighton art shops. And I don’t want to risk spending money on something that I might not like in a few years. Let me introduce you to my latest discovery, Lumitrix – an art […]

When I started this blog in March 2015, I had no concept of where blogging would take me. This week WeLoveHome was shortlisted for an Amara (v. important industry award) for Best Interior Stylist Blog. I’m thrilled and a bit too excited for words. I feel like I’m on the top of the world, and I want to share what impact blogging has had on me.

The whole interior world has gone ga-ga-crazy for furry hides. As an interior stylist, I love an artfully placed skin draped over a sofa or chair, they look achingly-cool. Hides are also super snuggly and the touchy-feely texture is dangerously addictive. Here’s my 101 ideas (well, almost 101) to show you how a stylish hide rug can update every corner of your home, complete with my before + […]

Today I want to talk about a subject that is very close to my heart: I want to talk Trash! My local council is big on recycling which is amazing for the environment but not so great for my brand new kitchen makeover. To keep clutter under control, I went on the hunt for the perfect bin. […]

  • Lucy - I’m a huge fan of Joseph Joseph. This bin looks amazing. Love it X12th September 2016 – 5:38 pmReplyCancel

  • karen jones - I LOVE YOUR FLOOR !!!

    Sorry got distracted, the bin looks pretty awesome too, but then I would expect nothing less of Joseph Joseph x12th September 2016 – 5:40 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - Ha ha! The flooring is from British Ceramic Tiles – called Illusion. I’m in love with it too – even more so now it isn’t covered in bags of recycling.13th September 2016 – 8:51 amReplyCancel

  • Old fashioned susie - I’ve got something similar from ikea, it fits perfectly in a drawer. It’s great having it organised isn’t it!12th September 2016 – 9:13 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I need to tackle my under-the-sink space next. Will go to Ikea as my first port of call 🙂13th September 2016 – 8:51 amReplyCancel

  • Karen Clough - Your floor is beautiful!!
    And what a brilliant, honest review.
    I really like the look of the bin actually! And i love the brand in general – but there’s no way we’d be able to fit all of our recycling in those containers 🙁12th September 2016 – 9:15 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I now swish them flat and fit in nearly 3 x as much! It’s revolutionised my re-cycling days.13th September 2016 – 8:49 amReplyCancel

  • Rachel - I’m amazed it holds that much, as it doesn’t really look that big, does it? It’s clearly the tardis of bins! I’m impressed that it combines three rubbish needs in one (rubbish, recycling and composting).12th September 2016 – 9:38 pmReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I think because it is rectangle shaped and not curved you can cram more in. I only empty it once a week at the moment (but then I don’t cook that much..)13th September 2016 – 8:50 amReplyCancel

  • Cate - It looks very smart, rubbish and an ugly bin is the bane of my life in my kitchen, amazing that more companies haven’t thought of a clever solution like this! X13th September 2016 – 9:34 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - It’s pricey but worth it truly14th September 2016 – 1:36 pmReplyCancel

  • Kate - Ohh, I’ve been lusting after one of these Joseph Joseph bins for a while (as much as one can lust after a rubbish bin.. ha!) so great to hear you’re giving it the thumbs up!13th September 2016 – 5:17 pmReplyCancel

  • geraldine - Its simple design is great and fits in well in your kitchen. When we decided to re-do our kitchen, we decided to in build the recycling with the cupboards. Such an important aspect to think about isn’t it, to keep the kitchen looking tidy x14th September 2016 – 7:22 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I would love to do that one day when I have the space. Tucking it all out of site…dreamy14th September 2016 – 1:36 pmReplyCancel

  • Stacey Sheppard - I’m a big Joseph Joseph fan. I’ve got the smaller recycling centre that doesn’t have the main bin for non recyclable waste. Like you say it’s really surprising how much you can cram in there. I do wish I had this bin instead though so I didn’t need a separate bin as two bins takes up too make space in my little kitchen.15th September 2016 – 9:21 amReplyCancel

    • WeLoveHomeBlog - I love that you are as passionate about waste as me!15th September 2016 – 10:56 amReplyCancel

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