Come Home To Me: The Taylors

Us foxes have the good fortune of knowing some incredibly stylish, lovely and clever people. Though most of us don’t  own our own place we like to make the best of what we’ve got! Here are a few ideas of things you could do to turn your humble abode into a cosy sanctuary that feels just like you!

On my little jaunt to Australia I got meet up with a good bunch of lovely people who had been a part of my formative years. Liz Taylor is one of them and what a babe she is. We’d spent countless hours talking about life, boys, food and clothes.

12 years later we’re a little older and perhaps a little wiser but this lady has a weapon of a little boy, a brilliant husband, a new little Taylor on the way and a talent for making a house feel like a home!

We started with ham, cheese, tomato and avocado croissants… SWOOOOON!

 

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Pottered down to the beach …

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That little boy of hers called Sid showed me how to skateboard…

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My little room for the night…

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Fully equipped with a vintage fridge for storage and shelving! 

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Frames and pictures …

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Sticky blackboard circles…

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Kitchen … the most important room in the house.

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Some anthropologie detail …

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Canadian maple syrup … so yummy and pretty.

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Post cards and posters from where they love…

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Everyone needs a giant clothes peg …

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Big and comfy sofas are my favourite… And LOVE the mix of patterns.

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Liz is one of the best ladies at finding beautiful, quirky things!

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All you need is love… Doo doo doo doo doo.

 

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No home is complete without man’s best friend!

 

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Here’s to this lovely lady, beaut mum and great friend … and also to our next reunion being not too far in the future!

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In the meantime I am on the lookout for a vintage fridge to use for a bookshelf!

x

Celeste

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