Both of my children are now back at school following their Easter holiday, so it’s business as usual. I started off with a meeting about fifteen miles from here in the pretty little market town of Settle, North Yorkshire. I met with the three members of a local flooring business about whom I’m writing a feature for the June issue of Aspire Magazine. It’s been several months since I went to Settle and Tuesday is market day and it was bustling and vibrant and nice to have a short wander around afterwards.
The afternoon was taken up writing the feature along with the usual washing and housework and a little more DIY and rearranging. I’ve been doing various small jobs- putting up shelves, hooks and photographs since getting my drill on Saturday and every time I do something new, I feel a greater sense of home and an even greater sense of achievement. There is a certain freedom afforded by the white-walled blank canvas of this new-build and I love it.
I haven’t worn this cropped jacket for a while. The fact that it’s navy broderie made it a must-have buy two summers ago. I’d forgotten how much I like it so will be making the most of it during spring.
This ruby red murano double wrap heart bracelet is so pretty. It’s handmade by Jo White who has a small jewellery business, Adorn.
And speaking of home, how beautiful is this narcissus? It was a housewarming gift way back in November. I planted the bulbs and left them in the garage over winter. This little bloom smells divine and it makes such a difference to the corner of the dining area in which it sits.
Love Lizzy x
Current Season, April 2015
*Ruby Red Murano Heart Bracelet, Adorn Jewellery, £41
Westminster Bag, Boden SS15 £110
*The British Flat Union Jack Shoe, The British Flat Shoe Company £135
*Phoenix High Waisted Skinny Jeans, Fever London £49.99
Navy Broderie “Liv” Jacket, LKBennett
Navy and Red Spot Avebury Top, Fever, SS14
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