The lovely Ellie Tennant has released a new book Design Bloggers at Home: Fresh interiors inspiration from leading online trend-setters which features our home in London.
Ellie’s debut title published by Ryland Peters & Small is one close to my heart, not because my home is in it, but because I feel that recently, things have finally shifted for bloggers (especially in Europe) and Ellie’s fabulous book is a testimonial to the amazing, creative online community of interiors bloggers out there and their very unique voice and style.
In her book, Design Bloggers at Home, Ellie met up with fifteen bloggers from around the world and put together in-depth case studies to cover a very diverse and inspiring range of cutting-edge blogger’s spaces.
I don’t include myself in this “cutting-edge” category because as much as I love our home, I’ve seen it enough and I feel a lot more inspired by looking at other people’s spaces.
Ellie has covered some pretty amazing spaces from a pared-back monochrome cabin in Scandinavia to a colour-filled apartment in California (the front cover is the home of Jonathan Lo from Happy Mundane).
The book is also packed with lots of creative, accessible ideas to use in your own home like this white coffee table below I made out of an industrial pallet.
If you have any questions about anything above featured in my home, just leave a comment