Bringing a slice of paradise to my home…

Bali Travel Tips

Funny thing about getting the travel bug, you never feel like anywhere is properly home. Houses and rooms aren’t ‘home’ to me. I haven’t felt that homely feeling for years. I can’t wait to one day live in a house and be able to walk through the doors and think I am home. it must be the best feeling.

For me home is in people, places, memories. I want to be out there exploring the world, seeing new places, being by the ocean with the sand between my toes. That’s where I feel most at one. The last 6 months I have meet people that have meant that London is feeling more and more like home I have more reason to turn down trips and stay more rooted. Before I would get itchy feet every few weeks and want to be back on a plane.

Seeing as I am spending a bit more time based in London I thought I would spend some time creating a beautiful space that reminds me of all the things that make me happy. The ocean, travel, nature etc.

So first stop was to get some frames and posters from Desenio, as this enables me to escape into the pictures. I might not be surrounded by paradise every minute but posters allow you to escape right?

So here are my first selection of posters from Desenio which are helping me to create a space I can call home. Desenio has the most beautiful selection of prints and frames I fell in love with so many. I managed to whittle my choices down to a smaller selection (I had 30 in my basket which is just excessive)

And even better I have a discount code for you all which can help you also create a beautiful space and escape into these stunning prints.

Use code ‘NATALIE’ 25% off your order at Desenio between 22nd – 24th August (not valid on “handpicked”/frames and posters)

This post is in collaboration with Desenio but all words and opinions are my own and I am in love with these prints and how they have transformed my home.

Natalie x

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