Happy weekend everybody! I hope you’ve had a good week. I’ve been far more productive this week compared to last; it always takes me a while to get back into routine after a holiday.
Anyhoo, I’ve been thinking about what has been inspiring me this week and I keep coming back to a few items that I have at home that I bought from Workshop just before Christmas. Jules and I try to take Otto to a new park or to the countryside each weekend and one Saturday we decided to jump on the train at London Bridge and get off at Brighton. I actually had an ulterior motive for this ‘dog walk’ that I failed to share with Jules because I’d been eyeing up Workshop’s Instagram for a while and I knew I had to get there somehow.
I have to admit that I’ve never had such a strong reaction to a shop. I came home and did a complete clear out in my kitchen and changed everything that I have on the surfaces to try and recreate the Workshop ‘look’. I absolutely love the simple, utilitarian look of enamelware, ceramics, raw wood and linen. Love, love, love! I might even have to do some ‘before’ and ‘after’ shots for you (although I hate my modern kitchen, the changes I have made, thanks to the beautiful styling at Workshop, have made a positive difference).
So, I would like to introduce you to Workshop this weekend, if you haven’t met already, and if you can’t jump on a train to Brighton, then nosey on over to their online shop.
All images from workshopliving.co.uk
Have a lovely one!