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When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

Interiors Trend: Dark Colours

When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full? Ok, well I'm breaking it down step by step today so if you're like me, you won't be overwhelmed any longer. But before we go any further, download your worksheet here. Your worksheet shows you the collection of botanical

Simple Steps for Drawing a Wreath

I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full? Ok, well I'm breaking it down step by step today so if you're like me, you won't be overwhelmed any longer. But before we go any further, download your worksheet here. Your worksheet shows you the collection of botanical

How living like a Danish woman made me happier (and why it can for you, too) by  Denmark-based British journalist, Helen Russell.

How living like a Danish woman made me happier (and why it can for you, too)

How living like a Danish woman made me happier (and why it can for you, too) by Denmark-based British journalist, Helen Russell.

Be careful what you say or even think about people, especially if you don't know them. Remember that one small bad thing you say or do, you have to justify before God one day. So think twice before being rude or judgmental or holding grudges. Just love them like you love yourself. Always be kinder than necessary!

Be careful what you say or even think about people, especially if you don't know them. Remember that one small bad thing you say or do, you have to justify before God one day. So think twice before being rude or judgmental or holding grudges. Just love them like you love yourself. Always be kinder than necessary!

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