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November 2020

Anna's Attic / 2020

As a follow up to my last blog "Anna's Attic Indie Christmas A-Z" I wanted to share some fab indie sources for beautiful Christmas decorations.  The supermarkets are flooded with mass produced decorations at the moment, let's give them a swerve and support small instead.  I've chosen five business to showcase here but there are many more out there at varying price points, there really is something for everyone.   Personally I've never been a fan of colour theming my Christmas tree, I admire the ones I see on Insta and Pinterest...

What strange times we find ourselves in, in the UK we're about to enter the second week of Lockdown 2.  As a small business myself I've been thinking about what I could do to help other small businesses. Many bricks and mortar shops have had to close their doors again and whilst many are adapting this time, increasing their online offering and offering services like click and collect these are still testing times.  As many find ourselves under financial pressure, choosing where to spend our money could not be more important. Since...

Welcome, here I continue to share the renovation of our barn conversion.  I'd intended to start blogging about our renovation sooner but things have been so busy here I'm playing catch up, I hope you enjoy what I share of our renovation journey and find some inspiration along the way. 2 years ago we moved into our barn conversion mews, which was previously owned by an elderly lady, we had our hands full, pastel carpets, floral window dressings, dark beams, ancient radiators and poor lighting being some of the obstacles.  Having...

  Welcome, here I continue to share the renovation of our barn conversion.  I'd intended to start blogging about our renovation sooner but things have been so busy here I'm playing catch up, I hope you enjoy what I share of our renovation journey and find some inspiration along the way. It's now just over two years since we moved to our barn conversion mews, previously owned by an elderly lady, we had our hands full, pastel carpets, floral window dressings, dark beams, ancient radiators and poor lighting being some of the...

[caption id="attachment_7823" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Little Yorkshire Candle Company York Store - Concept/Vision[/caption] Welcome, hope you're well and surviving lockdown.  I worked on a project for Alex of The Little Yorkshire Candle Company back in November last year, I've been meaning to share the project on here for a while and managed to find the time this week to finally put this together.  Here I share how I worked with Alex to help her open her shop in just seven days, yes seven days from getting the keys to opening her doors...

  [caption id="attachment_6887" align="alignleft" width="1600"] Family Bathroom Mood board[/caption] Welcome, here I continue to share the renovation of our barn conversion.  I'd intended to start blogging about our renovation sooner but things have been so busy here I'm playing catch up, I hope you enjoy what I share of our renovation journey and find some inspiration along the way. Some of you will know that a little over a year ago we moved into our barn conversion mews, which was previously owned by an elderly lady, we had our hands full, pastel carpets,...

Welcome and Happy New Year, I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas.  This is my first blog of 2020 and I'm here to talk about creating a super cosy bedroom for the winter months.  We've been pretty lucky where I am in Lincolnshire so far on the weather front, but if last February is anything to go by the worst is yet to come. In my last post, which you can read here I shared our master bedroom renovation, having a beautiful bedroom to enjoy during the lazy mornings which go...