Art for Living exhibition at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler

The art world has seen some eye-wateringly expensive pieces being sold at auction recently but Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler’s current Art for Living exhibition (6 – 21 December 2017) at their Pimlico Road showroom is exciting for two reasons. Firstly, the selling exhibition shows how to use contemporary art in room sets with both antique and contemporary furniture and secondly, the prices are in the more affordable region of (£1,500 – £15,000) – think high street sofa to budget kitchen.

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A very Jelly Christmas

Homemade gifts are like homemade food for me. There is nothing like them for the quality, authenticity, care and thought that has gone in to making them. Please don’t get me wrong, all presents are gratefully received! But there is a greater emotional transaction around the giving and receiving of something handmade. If you aren’t a maker yourself but wish to give a handmade gift this Christmas, then you might just want to put Jelly on your shopping list!

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Your Christmas personal shopping guide

Black vintage car with presents on roof: courtesy of Hannele89 Blogspot.fi/Pinterest

Feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of Christmas shopping? Don’t worry, I’ll be your personal shopper with the blog’s first-ever Christmas present guide. Years of experience as a stylist means that I know where the great and the good get their presents … and I like shopping!

(wonderful vintage car image was styled by Hannele who lives 500KM north of Helsinki in Finland and is an interior designer and blogger).

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