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What we've been up to

This month we have been working on so many exciting projects, including a whimsical Autumn window display and initial ideas for triplet girls' bedrooms. Read on to find out more...

This month, we installed Harper and Cooper's new window display depicting a whimsical Autumn scene. We kept the tree trunks from our summer display, but swapped out the crepe paper flowers and greenery for real Autumn foliage. Around the base of the trees, we arranged hand-made fabric toadstools in Autumnal shades of moss green, mustard, and burgundy and from the trees we hung glass lanterns with battery tea-lights inside for a cosy glow on these darker evenings. We wanted to include some of the butterflies which have become a signature part of Harper and Cooper's displays, so we hand-made some beautiful large butterflies which we hung on the front of the display. The finishing touch? A window decal with the uplifting quote "Life is full of magic and just have to see it". Keep your eye on our blog and instagram to see Harper and Cooper's Christmas display coming soon!

What else have we been up to?

In our last newsletter, we shared some before and after shots from one of our clients' finished garden room (if you missed it, you can check them out here). Our client is now focussing on their triplet girls' bedrooms, and have asked for our help again. Each girl has a distinct style which makes this a really fun project. We wanted to share with you some of the mood boards with our initial ideas for the bedrooms. We are looking forward to sharing future updates on this project in upcoming blog posts.

One of the client's daughters asked for her room to have a boho feel with tactile surfaces, lots of textures, natural materials and an earthy palette. So, we created a scheme of rattan furniture, boucle upholstery, textured bedding and pops of terracotta and pinks. She also requested lots hanging plants, mandalas, and wall hangings.

Daughter number two, requested a cosy, soft, romantic feel with soft pinks, rose golds, and nice lighting. A sophisticated and refined take on a proper girly-girls room! Of course, we made sure not to forget the fairy lights to make this a magical and calm space in the evening.

The third daughter was looking for a much more indie style room. We put together a mood board full of natural wood finishes and lots of white surfaces and wall space. The aim is create a really nice, clean canvas to allow a selection of plants, records, and artwork to really take centre stage.


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