So, while hiking in the Lake District, I stumbled past a beautiful shop which sourced responsible and sustainable hides. This item now sits in my little corner atop an old sewing chair painted in
. In a local thrift store I found the small antique bottles which I have reused as little vessels with which to hold fresh greenery.
My favourite print sits on the top shelf, a reminder of my love for travel and photography. Also a sobering realisation of
was a fantastic etsy find which decorated our home in Henley on Thames last year. My technical prints were sourced by my
, they are of a specification for water meters.
The African mask is a piece I picked up living in Ethiopia, I found the joined horns uncomfortable and intimidating, which I loved instantaneously. Unfortunately, one night it flew from the shelve and cracked a piece of the intricate woodwork, the revenge of a tribal curse I can only assume.