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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Home Bits & Pieces

So last December I did something pretty cool - I bought a house. Saving for a deposit was a lengthy process but perseverance paid and when the builders handed over my keys it was a wonderful feeling. 

Moving in I already had the main bits & pieces I needed as I had been living in a rented house for 3/4 years, so things like TV, TV unit, bed etc. were already taken care of. However, right after I moved in I started a new venture at work which meant I was working away from home, travelling mostly to Belfast but also Solihull, so making my new house feel like a home kind of took a back step. 

I am now in a place where work is based closer to home and I have more time to invest into making it feel homely. I thought I'd share a few pictures of the bits & pieces I've recently picked up to start adding some character. 






Stags Head Wall Art from Dunelm

George Home Bear Hug Cushion

George Arrow Cushion

Woodland Scene Cushion Cover from Dunelm

Globe - gifted
Cats - gifted from TK Maxx
Lamp - IKEA
Tables - Hann Furnishing

John Lewis Mr Fox Framed Print

Tiles - Porcelanosa
Owl - gifted
Flowers & jar - Wilko

Cushion - an old gift from my sister


I really like animals if you couldn't tell. 

14 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh I love everything!! X
    Becky Shannon xx - Life-by-Becky

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  2. I love that stag head, it's so unique! You have amazing taste, great post! XO -Kim
    www.thethirtysomethinglife.com

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    1. Thank you! The stag head is one of my favourites. x

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  3. Lovely picks! the stags head is so cool. =^-^=

    Sam | Momentarily Dreaming

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    1. Thank you! I almost didn't buy it and now it's one of my fave things in my livingroom! x

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  5. Love the bear hug pillow, so adorable <3

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