Saturday, 28 February 2015

Mother's Day Gift Inspiration: Good to Be Home

My obsession with fashion accessories has probably not gone unnoticed but I'm equally excitable about home accessories too.

I spent a lovely morning with Suzannah Jeanes of Good to Be Home earlier in the week. We became acquainted last year standing pitch side (often freezing and shivering in Yorkshire's finest weather), watching our respective sons play for the same football team. Her husband is one of the coaching team and our boys also attend the same secondary school.
As is the way, the more we chatted, the friendlier we became and we decided it would be brilliant to work together. So she brought an array of gorgeous things to my home, (all of which were just to my taste), and we spent a very happy few hours photographing them whilst managing to have a good old gossip at the same time.

Suzannah has a wide selection of cushions and mercury glass candle holders.
I love the soft pastel shades in this selection.











And these stronger shades look brilliant together. The decorative toille boxes are ideal for storage but also for putting gifts in.


The botanical tea set is available in pink as well as in this divine shade of blue.



Suzannah's garden accessories are equally desirable. This painted birdhouse is so unusual and pretty



And the butterfly tealight holder is gorgeous. As a lover of  anything with butterflies, dragonflies or bees on, this holds huge appeal to me.



As well as being able to buy from her brand new online shop, Suzannah can deliver within the Skipton area. If there is anything here which doesn't yet appear in her store, do email her because everything you see here is available. She will be able to dispatch things in plenty of time for Mother's Day,

Love Liz xxx

Take a look at the Good to be Home store or find it on Facebook

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