Inspired By: Cornwall

So it’s been a little hectic recently. I’m in a book about London designers coming out; I’m working on a sister site selling a completely different range of products; I’m doing a weekend at Old Spitalfields market in November; and it’s the run up to Christmas (with new prints on the way). More to come on all of that news soon. Throw in a surprise birthday party for a family member (possibly almost caused a heart attack but I think we’re good) and a lot of other work (unfortunately, I must admit, I have a whole lot of freelance work on the side still) and it’s been a knackering couple of weeks and not cooling off any time soon.

So the blog side of things has been a little quiet. I have an awesome book planned for my next Book of the Fortnight (which has become, erm, Book of the Month this time around) so keep an eye out for that. But in the meantime, here’s another Inspired By post that’s another reason I’ve not had much time recently – a 5 day break in Cornwall and Devon! I haven’t been there in years, and it was a much needed break. From lobster at The Shack, to medieval castle exploring, to Dartmoor hiking, we managed to fit it all in.

My Inspired By this time goes to Cornwall.

Products above: Anchor cushion by Paris Marketplace, Beach hut mugs by The English Seaside Company, Fish & Chips tea-towel by Mr.PS, Lighthouse print by Peconic Bay, Life Ring cushion, Lobster tea-towel by Thornback & Peel.

And a few snaps from the trip below…

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