Natalie's oh so cosy and beautiful bedroom

Morning! I was chatting with a friend yesterday who happened to grow up in the same south coast village as the idyllic fisherman's cottage I showed yesterday. As children they used to say the house was haunted! I'm really curious to know whether you believe in haunted houses or ghosts? I was thinking about it and if I was hanging out in the house in the day time I probably wouldn't think about it. But if I were to sleep a night alone my imagination might just start getting the better of me?! How about you? I'm sure however, that if I slept a night in this bedroom below belonging to Natalie of hey natalie jean blog, I might just sleep like a baby....

Hey Natalie Jean. With kind permission. 

I spy (because we definitely need to know where things in this beautiful bedroom are from): swiss dot bedding from West Elm (sold out sadly).  A Tasseltry by Hackwith Design House (I've never seen one of these before - they're designed according to the ancient idea of bringing warmth and beauty to a space). Bamboo lamp (on floor), Pia Wallen cross blanket. The rug is from ebay (according to Natalie this is the best place to find a Turkish kilim). And you can pick up a sheepskin from black sheep (white light).

 Read more about Natalie's beautiful bedroom and where she sourced items from here, if you'd like.

Oh and I have an exciting new sponsor to introduce to you. Illori is a newly launched online store owned by Kim Ronnerfors, an artist and interior designer with Scandinavian roots (love the store already!). The shop specialises in minimalist pieces with an international influence. I already have my eye on one the bowls and soft knitted blankets, how about you?

Have a lovely day!


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