Just as the Greeks welcomed the goddesses into every aspect of their lives, you can welcome them into your home.
Let these five goddesses help bring inspiration to your inbox and wonder to your walls.
No pattern should be without meaning' William Morris
Often based on minute details made in the course of my day-to-day life from London to faraway lands, each of my designs tell a story. From the absurd to the historical, the fantastical to the fabulous, they are always steeped in wonder.
The story behind the Chattering of Choughs
I grew up in Devon and would often spend summers in Cornwall. The collective noun for a Chough is a chatter and in 1973 the last of the Cornish Chough was seen patrolling the cliffs in Newquay. For the next 28 years, Choughs remained absent from Cornwall until 2001 when they made a natural return to the Cornish cliffs.
This elegant wallpaper celebrates the return of the Chough and has them chattering together on a wall.
This weeks recipe from my kitchen to yours is a delicious and nutritious mackerel salad.
It fills me with joy hearing about the recipes you have cooked from our kitchen. I would love to hear some of your favourite dishes, do you have a recipe handed down in your family?
We've become well acquainted with our homes this last year, but what makes your house a home?
Is it people, specific places or memories made during a certain period of time? Is it your family home or the nostalgia of your nan's wallpaper, or is it simply where you lay your head? I interview Lauren Davies a fellow colour lover on what home means to her and offer a thoughtful and personal reflection on what it means to be home.
Are you thinking about a spring clean? Have a peek at the English heritage's top tips of cleaning the old fashioned way.
Fresh white bread for cleaning wallpaper, read here for more!