Anyway here are just a few of the pieces that I am currently yearning to buy. Alternatives at cheaper prices will have to be sourced in order for me to buy everything we need.
I love this bird cushion
Union jacks seem to be all the rage at the moment amongst the shabby chic look.
I didn't even know until earlier this week that there is a right way up on this either. Apparently the white bit in the top left corner as you look at it is wider than the underneath white bit. Something to do with a sailors distress sign in olden days. So there you go - a history lesson too.
I love love love beach huts as my kids will tell you. Everytime we go to the seaside I have to take a picture of one. France has some particularly lovely ones. Anyway this cushion is on my wish list but I have no idea where for.
I have the catalogue and the front cover is exactly what I would love to achieve in my living room - minus the fabric sofa because it definitely will not mix with 4 kids, a husband who has a mucky job and 2 muddy dogs.
Now onto bedrooms. At the moment we are unsure who will be sleeping where once the loft conversion is completed. Would be a good idea to get started first mind but that will be in the next few weeks. Teenage boys bedrooms are tricky especially when I have to bear in mind that my youngest is only 6 but will more than likely be sharing with my 14 year old. So finding the right balance between little boys themes and older boys will be difficult.
I am a big fan of ginghams and my little one currently has pale blue and red gingham and stripe beach hut design bedding but he is still in a cot bed and will be in a proper big bed when the work is done. I am thinking maybe to just stick to something like this
I could go on and on as there are so many lovely products but I won't as next time I will be sharing my favourite Cath Kidston products