Booky Wook

During one of my many internet snoops, I came across this book that pretty much holds the exact same philosophy that I do – why have beautiful things and not display them? Never Stop to Think…Do I Have a Place for This¬†is an eclectic collection of images showing how others have styled their homes with the use of their treasures and trinkets. This is a must for my bookshelf!



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Attic Love

This stunning attic room conversion is the creation of Janae Hardy of her blog The Itsy Bitsy House. The stark white walls and floor are bought alive by the stream of natural light through the end window and the neutralness is off set by her lovely, bright collection of furniture, treasures and trinkets. What a gorgeous and calm space!



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I am a huge fan of fine pieces of jewellery and chunky rings but I am on a constant quest to find good ways to store my jewellery when it’s not being worn. I thought I’d collate a little mood board of inspiration to share with you all on cute ways of storing your trinkets and treasures. I love the idea of collecting vintage tea cups and saucers and using the cup for my rings and the saucer for storing bracelets on.

How do you store your jewels?





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If you’re looking to make little updates for your home, then flea markets and charity shops are the perfect place to find inspiration and to pick up one-off items to add a unique touch.¬†Beautiful cut-glass vases and trinket holders can be found for little money but can make a real impact on your coffee table or side board…

Happy Monday!


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Tuned Home

When I was ‘flicking’ through the online pages of Vogue, I was encaptured by the beauty of these photographs of Florence Welch’s London home.

I love the eclectic feel of this Georgian terraced home, adorned with Florence’s vintage finds and family heirlooms. The home is welcoming, yet some what of a gallery of beauty with the art gracing the walls and the vignettes of her treasures on shelves and in cabinets.


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Medium Array

My inspirations for this week have come from an array of mediums, but they’re all fused together by their decorative nature. The collections of wooden box-like frames are as artistic and beautiful as they are practical and I love the combination of trinkets which, at first look, appear jumbled but when inspected closer I noticed that each trinket, shell and treasure has it’s place.

Happy Friday to you all!





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Curated Heart

Gone are the days when a shelf was just for storing books, they are now art forms and can be curated to your hearts content! I like to perch photographs amongst my books and add trinkets onto the horizontally stored books to make a feature of the storage in my home.

Here is a little collection of images to get your inspiration flowing…

Wishing you all a lovely week!






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I really love the simplicity of this image – there are no trinkets or treasures to detract the eye from the beautifully carved fireplace, or the intricate wooden flooring. The idea of stacking high several piles of books to create a coffee table in the centre of the furniture is as simple as it is inspiring…


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