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Monthly Archives: January 2011

Win a Villeroy & Boch cutlery set

On January 31st, 2011 by .


Pippa Jameson Interiors has teamed up with the lovely Chinacraft who are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a beautiful Villeroy & Boch Oscar cutlery set .  It is made from 18/10 Stainless Steel and presented in a beautiful gift Box.  The set consists of 6 Knives, Forks, Spoons and Tea Spoons – total of 24 pieces. Retail price is £180.

Chinacraft is the perfect place to find all of the major names and designers (including many of my favourites!) Here are just a few designers available: Aynsley , Denby, Minton, Portmeirion, Richard Ginori, Rosenthal, Royal Albert, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, Spode, Waterford and Wedgwood…with valentines day just around the corner, this could be just the place to shop! Go to for more details.Villeroy & Boch cutlery setVilleroy & Boch cutlery set

For your chance to win this stylish cutlery set, simply answer the following question:

Chocolate Creative at My Deco

On January 31st, 2011 by .

I was invited to My Deco bloggers meet up last week where the lovely Margarita Lorenzo from Chocolate Creative was showing her beautiful home accessories.  It was a really interesting night; as well as getting the chance to meet some fellow bloggers, My Deco talked to us all about some great tools that will make the whole blogging process much easier.  I will keep you posted about when they become available…

Margarita also took the time to talk to us about her lovely designs and below are a few examples of her work, see her full collection at Chocolate Creative or visit her lovely blog.

29th July – 12th August 2011

Introducing Polly Hope

On January 26th, 2011 by .

I recently came across the work of Polly Hope and wanted to share it with you all as I am a big fan.  Her Eco freindly collection includes interior textiles, cushions, lamp shades, upholstered chairs and illustrations.  I think her choice of colours are spot on.  The style is decorative and feminine but has a very sophisticated feel due to her choice of subtle colours.  Her cushions would make a fantastic focal point on any plain chair, bed or sofa.  I am particularly drawn to the one below, uh oh,  I can feel a purchase coming on…(the only down side to this job is that when you see something you fall in love with you just HAVE to have it!)

Here is what Polly has to say about the collection: “The textiles are special because they are very Eco friendly, all organic cottons, peace silks and linens and the dying and printing is carried out naturally using herbal dyes and designed by me. I spent 4 months in India last year researching the right factory for production, it was important for me to know the people I was working with and make sure the whole production process was sustainable and  the workers were treated fairly.”  Click here to see for of her work and her contact details.  She also publishes a gorgeous blog – good work Polly!