Whilst searching for kitchen products I have found the trends are a mixture of vintage, modern, graphics and recycled materials. A true appreciation for the old methods of cooking mixed with the desire for new designs and Eco gadgets.
I don’t know if it’s right to wax lyrical about my sisters latest collection of works but I’m going to do it anyway! She is a painter based in Biarritz and has just finished a joint exhibition in Ondres, France.
I came across these gorgeous designs on Facebook as Catalina is a friend of Pippa Jameson Interiors
The job I worked on for Channel 4’s Glamour Puds before Christmas…
The job I worked on for Channel 4’s Glamour Puds before Christmas was aired this month (March). The whole series can be viewed online still so take a look and see these beautiful dishes Eric Lanlard created.
Following on from the exciting London fashion week, Pippa Jameson Interiors will…
Pippa Jameson Interiors loves to report on exciting and stylish interiors so when we had the opportunity to interview Laurence about his new Matalan collection; how could we resist!
It’s been a busy and exciting month. As well as looking after the newest addition to the family, we are also moving house and juggling work. Why is it that everything always happens at once!
-We were asked to style an advertorail for Marie Claire but passed the job over to a good friend of mine as it’s a bit too soon after the baby.
When I think of eco, I think of recycled materials, second hand things, the outdoors, growing your own food and saving energy, It makes for innovative, fun and interesting ideas and I think it brings out the best in people. We are born into a consumerist world which pushes us to buy new products all the time, wasting resources and damaging the planet, so at a time like this making the shift to recycled products or eco friendly products and really thinking about our purchases will help improve quality of life.
Pippa Jameson Interiors is giving all of our readers the chance to win a designer handbag and traveller wash bag from Alfonso de Nicola.
Anyone with an interest in textiles will love this exhibition, below is a little bit more information about the event:
Handmade Interiors (in association with Handmade in Britain) is very excited to announce the forthcoming exhibition – IPEK (which means silk in Turkish) as part of their initiative to promote and support Contemporary Designer-makers. Handmade Interiors will host the exhibition in their Cheshire Street store, showcasing ‘one off’ or limited edition pieces designed by British and Turkish textiles and fashion artists. The pieces will be available for purchase during the exhibition.