Re-imagining a room – with a little help from the hedgerows

With the hedgerows aglow and the leaves turning it proved impossible to resist these two prints when we visited Waterside Antiques in Ely a few weeks ago. They depict two of my favourite hedgerow plants: black bryony with its heart-shaped leaves, and jewelled deadly nightshade.  Perhaps my fascination with these berry be-decked vines stems from…

Autumnal hues – and a little inspiration from Folksy

Way back in January I promised to post more about the changes we’ve made to the House. Time has marched on, it's now October, and so the garden room, with its sofa in the aptly-named "blackberry crumble" tartan wool, and heather-toned chair, seems the most fitting room to feature next. It replaces an old south-facing…