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Top of the morning to you all!!
I had some lovely news this week that we will be moving to a new home!! A lovely pied a terre , with two bedrooms and a big big garden!!!
So, before I have even contemplated packing, I have of course already started planning the interiors. Priorities darlings!
I haven’t shared these before, but here are some pics of the apartment I am in now. Its in Windsor in Berkshire, England. Its a little one bed.
As you can see, my apartment now is VERY pretty and girly with a serious nod to vintage/shabby chic. I want to be a little bolder in the new place.
Here are some of my design inspirations so far, for the new place.
So I’m looking to get a feel of Dorothy Draper, 165 Eaton Place (BBC Adaptation) and Hollywood Regency Glamour. I am also contemplating whether or not I can get away with a navy blue hallway?? Thoughts please x
Oh and here is pic of myself, my son and my niece at the classic car show in Berkshire yesterday. And yes, I am sporting a new Betty Page fringe. Dress is 50s Vintage St. Micheals xx
Just to mention that a few of the pics taken of my current home are by the lovely Kelly Green at Lola Rose, you can click to her site via the ad at the top, left of the page.
Love love, Sadie xx
Happy New Year to all of you! I hope you had a jolly good evening.
What are you up to in 2011? Perhaps you might like a change of scene? Well here is a sight worth beholding, and perhaps if you have a spare £3.5 million you could consider relocating to this pearl of an apartment in Chelsea, London.
I simply MUST have this mirrored paneling on the bath and vanity, and the mother of pearl tiling! It is top of my list of to do’s in interior next year. Although I think I will save it for myself and “maybe” pass it on to a client??
The apartment has been converted from part of a Chelsea dance school that Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fontaine once attended, the first floor alone covers an impressive 1,860sq.
Isn’t it a shame of how far of the mark the design of the kitchen is in relation to the rest of the apartment.. I would rip it all and put in white marble and an Aga.
Best wishes, Sadie xx