Our Home Tour on Design*Sponge

September 24, 2014


I was so honoured to have a sneak peek of our lil' old London flat featured on (blog royalty!) Design*Sponge last week. For those of you who follow me on Instagram, this is probably old news (sorry!) but I had so many lovely comments from readers wanting to know where I had sourced a lot of things in our home, so I felt like a little tour here with a few more details was in order. It's taken a lot of patience and creativity to make our little rental our own, and there are so many things I still have in store for her, but for now I'll sit back and admire how far we've come. You can read the full article on Design*Sponge here. Kate x

{ All photographs by Kate Paillat }


Australian Aboriginal artwork, "Untitled" by Lady Dixon Nimarra; Kantha blankets Gypysa; Recycled plastic rug Fab Habitat; Red check basket Oxfam; Bolga basket Mozi; Jute bowl Table Tonic; Danish teak tallboy Great Dane; Bear & Bird print by Gennine; Turn Off Your Computer print by Laura Berger; World Map Paper2; Animal portraits Berkley Illustration; Dream Catcher Made by Mosey; Dog cushion Robin & Mould; Paper toy sacks Uashmama; Backpack Fjallraven; Saucer chair, Australia print and children's chair - all vintage.


Top: Australian Aboriginal artwork, titled 'Bush Plum - Aweyle', by Lena Pwerle; Sofa bed Muji; Cable knit throw Country Road; Woven ottomans IKEA. Middle: Australian Aboriginal artwork, titled 'Water Dreaming', by Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa; Dining table & chairs Ercol. Bottom: Australian Aboriginal artwork, titled 'My Father's Country', by Mitjilli Napparula; Danish teak tallboy by Great Dane; Bolga Basket Mozi; Velvet armchair - vintage.


Toaster Dualit; Handwash Aesop; Tea towel Fog Linen; Australian Aboriginal artwork, titled 'Bird Dreaming', by Janelle Eggley Napaltjarri; Bentwood Ash bed Muji; Sidetables IKEA; Knit throw Country Road; Danish chair - vintage.


7 comments :

emily said...

loved seeing your home on design sponge...inspired me to check out your blog! i'm so impressed with your ebay shopping skills. such a lovely home!

Louise (Table Tonic) said...

Oh just perfect. Us Virgos have such a good eye... ;) xxx

Anonymous said...

It's a very nice post.

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