A London Bedroom for mon petit Frenchie

A London Bedroom for mon petit Frenchie

A bedroom full of his favourite things...
A bedroom full of his favourite things…

This post has been a long time coming. So many of you have asked for pictures, retailers and colours, so here it all is…how I created a boys bedroom that, well quite frankly, would make Transport for London jump for joy.

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My Top 10 Restaurants in the Capital #4

My Top 10 Restaurants in the Capital #4

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First impressions count right? The entrance of Brasserie Zedel, London Photo: TripAdvisor

Who and Where?

If you’re looking for a French bistro, with excellent service and an authentic experience, then Brasserie Zedel is as good as it comes.
Located just off Regent Street, in the heart of the west end, this restaurant despite being in the basement, is a hive of activity any day of the week.

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Five Things You Rarely Find In A French Home

Five Things You Rarely Find In A French Home

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Dreamy Balconies in Paris – credit Design Collector

Last week Fe’s family came to stay with us for a few days, to spend some quality time with Fe and Lex.

It’s funny because they always comment on how my interior style is so British, but really it’s quite the opposite. All my friends and family know that my style is hugely French inspired, with shutter blinds, ceiling chandeliers and pastel/grey hues throughout.

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Croatia Part II – 10 Steps to A Stress-free Family Holiday

Croatia Part II – 10 Steps to A Stress-free Family Holiday

 

Travelling with toddlers...they find every little nook and cranny
Travelling with toddlers…they find every little nook and cranny. Walking the City Wall in Old Town Dubrovnik.
While I was writing my post up on Croatia last week (go check it out!), I realised that we fell into a little routine really quickly while we were there, and it seemed to really work for us.

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