Neon is a statement trend that we saw introduced into our homes and wardrobes last year, and it’s set to stay for the foreseeable future! I have to admit that I love adding a touch of neon to my outfits with a bright necklace or to my home with accessories.
The weather really isn’t getting anywhere close to summer so adding neon to your life is the perfect way of updating your style with a pop! Here is a little look at some of the neon images that I have been collating, but to view more check out our Pinterest page.
As you’re all getting prepared to welcome in a new year in style and setting resolutions to achieve in 2013, I’d like to wish you all a happy and prosperous year ahead. I hope 2013 holds fun, laughter and joy for you all and I look forward to continuing to develop this blog with posts that not only inspire you, but bring a smile.
I can’t resist a room that offers the ‘wow factor’ from the moment that you enter the room, and this collection of images definitely caught my eye! I think Christmas is the ideal opportunity to inject your personality and to add decoration that makes the month of December not just memorable, but special.
Whether you fire a touch of neon into your festive celebration with neon wrapped candles or adorn your tree with baubles of shocking hues, here is a little inspiration to get you in the colourful mood…
With a lot of attention on the UK this year, what with the Olympics and the Queen’s celebrations, why not inject a bit of English style into your home with the fabulous Jubilee fabric collection from Liberty’s!
This fabric collection is a debut home furnishings collection from Liberty and is inspired by the London store’s archive of exquisite vintage designs, which have been popular within the fashion houses of Chanel and Erdem for decades. The Jubilee Collection is an eye-catching and eclectic range of prints on quality velvet and furnishings linen.
Today marks the opening of the 2012 London Olympics. I have been in London for a few days now and the city is electric with it’s usual hustle and bustle, but with all the celebrations in full swing for The Games it really is something else.