Recently I stumbled across some old journals from 2008 in which I had written down my five year goals. Surprised was I to find that I have achieved all but one of those goals – get my nose pierced. I mentioned this to my adorable friend Em and it was decided it was well and truly time for a girl’s day out, complete with nose bling.Read More
Would you like to take another sneak peek inside our flat to check out some of our favourite thrifted furniture finds? We previously showed you some of our treasures over here but it turns out we’ve got a lot of vintage-y furniture goodness scattered around … so it’s time for part two!Read More
Sew Gorgeous is the creation of Jaye Williams who, before founding the vintage-inspired sewing lounge, became quite tired of her friends popping round of an evening with a bottle of wine, an arm full of mending and a look which said “please fix my clothes, I have no idea how to sew”.Read More
Our little flat is gradually filling up with treasures thrifted from Brisbane and beyond. With each find our place becomes slightly more unique, packed with pieces that mirror our personalities or, through their timeworn frames, hint at the life they once lived. The eclectic and colourful mix inspires our imaginations and sparks our creativity. Many a productive brainstorm has been had here! Though I’ll soon be leaving this space behind as I move to Spain, Alana will remain caretaker or our recycled finds.
So, as the next instalment of my fave vintage things series, allow me to introduce you to some of our most cherished furnishings.Read More
This month we’ve selected the MS Cycle de France to give a little goodness to. The event is hosted by Multiple Sclerosis, Queensland and our dear friend, Bianca Williams, is not only managing the event but she is riding in it too!Read More
A little while back, armed with some index cards, Blu-Tack and a bunch of cool connector pens, Alana and I decided to start our very own gratitude project. We agreed that each day for a whole month we would find something to be grateful for, however big or small. We jotted down these thoughts and stuck them to the back of our kitchen door, where we could see them morning and night.Read More