Posts tagged Interior
The Best Houseplants For Beginners

Houseplants are seriously popular at the moment and it’s wonderful. Having greenery in your home is unbelievably good for our living environments and I think it’s really fun to have something that you need to tend to and subsequently get to see thrive. All that being said, some are easier than others to look after and these are my top 5 houseplants for beginners and no, there’s not a succulent in sight...

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My Most Loved Houseplants

After watching Jenna Marble’s video all about her houseplants it inspired me to write this as without a doubt one of the most loved things in my home is my plants and I shared her excitement for them all and their upkeep (apart from maybe the dusting). I’ve been collecting houseplants for around 5ish years now and whilst I’ve certainly had my fair share of casualties seeing them grow and thrive is something that I often wonder brings me far too much joy. Anyway, I thought I’d share some of my most loved plants in my collection, as well as the ones that I’ve found, are easiest to take care of.

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior
An Office Refresh For Spring

The idea of rearranging and redecorating my office had been on my mind for a while, the room was painted white years ago and apart from buying furniture nothing else had been touched in the room. But, the conversation of buying a new house was one we were having a lot so I put off doing anything for a while just in case we did seriously decide to move as obviously, there was no point in redecorating only to leave it a few months later. After we came to the conclusion a couple of months ago we weren’t quite ready to move (I wasn’t ready to leave the beautiful bathroom we’d only just had fitted either). The urge for change got stronger and stronger, and after lots of scouring Pinterest and scrolling through Instagram, I finally settled on what I wanted and here is how I’ve refreshed my office just in time for Spring.

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior
Worth The Purchase: Homeware

Homeware is something that I got really into purchasing a few years ago, as I was still living at home with my dad I started off small so things like cushions, bedding and an unreasonable amount of houseplants. I knew I was getting older when I started to get more excited about new sheets than I did a new dress from Topshop. Now I live with my boyfriend there are lots of bigger pieces that we’ve had to buy and there are some pieces that have been so worth the investment that I thought I’d share them with you today just incase you’re in the market for some new homeware pieces.

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The Tale Of Our Bathroom Renovation

Part of me wondered if this day would ever come, but today I finally get to share my finished bathroom renovation with you. Although I took you along over on my Instagram I wanted to do a full round-up over here divulging all the details. As well as sharing the finished result I wanted to share about the costs, the materials, the builders and the general stress of a renovation as there is far more that goes into a project like this than I ever thought.

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior
A Little Bedroom Re-Arrange For Autumn

- post in collaboration with Juniqe -

I’ve been meaning to rejig our bedroom for months and I’ve made little changes here and there but last week with the push of having some new prints to hang I finally set aside an evening to switch things up. Whilst the current set up worked for us and didn’t look terrible I knew it could look better and I’m so pleased with how it looks now and I’ve managed to tackle all the clutter that was hanging around which is a relief. It’s quite a large space but something I struggle to work around is the boarded up fireplace which I so desperately wish hadn’t been boxed up as it could have made a wonderful feature. Anyway, here are the small changes that I’ve made and the difference that it’s made.

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior
The Bathroom Renovation Diaries #1

Ok, so when writing this post I found out that our builder decided he wasn't able to complete our bathroom when work was due to begin on Tuesday. So now we've taken a huge step back in our renovation process and have a spare room full of everything we that we need for said bathroom and I wasn't sure what to do about this post. As obviously I was writing it in anticipation with the finished result being posted a couple of weeks later. But I suppose this is more of an honest portrayal of what a renovation can be like. And our bathroom will still be hopefully done this year and this is everything that has inspired us for our first proper renovation. 

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior
Bedroom Decorating Ideas On How To Sleep Well This Summer & All Year Round

- this post is in collaberation with House of Fraser -

There are plenty of things that make summer one of the best seasons in the UK. The sun hitting your skin, everything in full bloom, the long evenings, everyone being just a smidgen happier and the hope of not needing to take a jacket with you, you know, just incase. However, there is one thing about a British summer that is far from enjoyable and that is trying to get a good night's sleep. There is nothing worse than trying to settle down and relax in bed when it's too warm in your bedroom. During the last few weeks, with the help of the House of Fraser homeware collection, tThe last few weeks I've pulled out all the stops to try and make our bedroom feel like the haven it usually is in order to and make sure I can be as rested as possible even when it's +25℃.  degrees + as well as making our bedroom feel like the haven it usually is.

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Rebecca WarrinerInterior