A magical artist's home full of the joys of spring!

Hello April! How wonderful to see you! It would be rude not to celebrate with an absolutely stunning artist's home that's full of the joys of spring! The house, featured on JJ Locations,  has been decorated throughout with accents of green - whether in the form of lush plants, furniture, textiles or accessories. Combine this with the fabulous architecture, light flooding through the windows, mix of designer and vintage finds and art for a truly magical oasis in the heart of Camberwell, South London. Enjoy!

JJ Locations - shared with kind permission. Initially found via Design Attractor with thanks.

Beautiful, don't you think?! I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Get the look: Dining area:  Tulip tableEames chairs, source rattan chairs here and spray paint in shades of green.  Bedroom: Tom Dixon beat light, bertoia chair, rustic stool as a bedside table. Landing: This industrial pendant is similar, Beni Ourain rugs.

If you haven't discovered JJ locations before I can recommend pouring yourself a coffee and taking a look around their website this weekend.  Based in Shoreditch, the agency represents a select portfolio of professional photographic and film locations across London, the UK and abroad. See more pictures of this lovely home here.

Other homes with a splash of spring green include this Gothenburg home, and a Skåne home with a vintage touch.
More links from around the web to enjoy this weekend:

How to style a credenza.

What a lovely kitchen?!  I've got my eye on these wonderful industrial bar stools similar to the one seen.

I love this funky Finnish children's bedroom inspiration.

My latest Tumblr find.

If you do one thing this weekend - bring in some pretty cherry blossom to divide between vases.

Books stored with their pages facing outwards look lovely but aren't entirely practical. And then someone told me on instagram that this is exactly what they used to do in the national library to preserve the jackets. Could this be the excuse I needed?! Loving the 'casual pile' too!

I was sad to hear the news of architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2004). Here are the 10 magnificent 'curvy' buildings she will be remembered for.

And finally....the night and morning routines of successful women including Rosie Huntington-Whitely and Anna Wintour- and guess what? It doesn't say that much about getting up early (I read about an entrepreneur who gets up at 3am everyday - I mean, really?!).

So that's it from me. Have a wonderful, *sunny* and relaxing weekend! 

PS Oh and I'm holding a fab give-away this weekend so make sure you pop by to enter!


  1. I love all the indoor plants - really feels like Spring. And I especially love the little bottles in the bathroom. A lovely touch.

  2. I love the splashes of colour and that it isn't solely black and white (which I also enjoy )

  3. I am in looove with the pops of green everywhere! So refreshing!


  4. Omg, this is amazing. Thanks for sharing! I love your blog. :)

  5. I was swamped all week and it was such luxury to make myself a pot of coffee, stay in bed and catch up on my favourite blogs. What a delish place! As other said, the green is so refreshing and I love, love the predominantly white and green palette (the tiles with the triangular pattern - swoon). The plants are so lush and healthy. One thing that does surprise me a little (a lot, actually) is the leaning-towards-formal formal garden with the clipped hedgewood edging - I would expect something less restricted.

  6. Love! Where did you get the ceiling medallions?

  7. Wow, that is absolutely lovely. I like the colours a lot!

  8. So gorgeous and functional, and those splashes of plants just made it! Pin Pin Pin away.

  9. Oh my goodness. I have been in love with this house since seeing it in Elle Decoration. All the pages are ripped out and on my desk at home. It's really close to me in London!
    Discovering you can hire've made my week!! xxx


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