Jess Cox

Japandi

Being thousands of miles apart, you may not think that Japan and Scandinavia have a lot in common, but when it comes to design elements – they are more similar than you may think… They both focus on simplicity and functionality, natural elements, comfort and a high value on craftsmanship. Therefore, it’s no surprise that …

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The Renovation Game

After what has almost been a year since we moved in, we have finally received our planning permission and ready to start this renovation journey! I didn’t want to share any of the plans before now, as until it was confirmed there was a chance they could all have to change – but I can …

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The Christmas Table

Arguably the most important mealtime of the year – the Christmas Day feast. Whether it’s for two or twenty, setting the table should be extra special, and with the tips below and a bit of planning you can create a unique scene to impress the guests!  Start with a white or light neutral tablecloth. It …

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Hygge for Interiors

It is hard to explain and even harder to pronounce, but chances are you have come across the Danish term hygge (pronounced Hue-Gah, like Cougar with an ‘H’) because it was a big trend back in 2016 (and used as a very effective sales tactic to sell lots of fluffy socks, hats and coffee table …

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