Pinch Me Moments.

Do you ever have 'pinch me' moments? I do. But not for meeting idols, getting amazing promotions, winning awards or seeing the world's greatest sights (all very good reasons for pinch me moments, I may add,) but rather seeing my family together and thinking just how lucky I am.
These moments can occur at the simplest of times - when we're out on a family walk and Arthur is holding hands with my partner. When my dad is zooming Arthur along in his buggy. When Arthur gives my mum a kiss goodnight. When my boys are cuddled up asleep and I'm getting myself ready. Often I'll find myself pausing for a moment and thinking just how lucky I am. I've even whispered it to myself.

Sometimes I'll snap a picture. Maybe I'll share it on Instagram. Maybe I'll keep it for myself. But often I'll take a mental picture and savour a moment before it passes. I'll try to imprint it on my mind. And whilst I may not remember that exact moment in all the moments we'll share together, it will fuel the feeling of happiness, a now constant in my life.

Have you had any pinch me moments recently?

Megan x
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Our Summer Highlights

With autumn fast approaching, I thought it'd be fun to put together a little post featuring some of our summer highlights. I've seen a couple of bloggers doing a similar thing, including the lovely Sophia from Tattooed Tealady and it seemed such a nice idea that I wanted to do one myself. The perfect opportunity to look back on our summer of fun in the sun!

Strawberry Picking

We had so much fun strawberry picking at Thurloxton Fruit Growers back in July! It was something a little different to do (even if every family in the UK seemed to be out doing it) and a great opportunity to pick some delicious fruit...oh and capture some insta-worthy photos of course!

Passing my driving test

My biggest achievement this summer was passing my driving test! I had been nervous for weeks and weeks, knowing my test was booked for 13th August but was so proud to pass with just two minors. I started my driving lessons at the beginning of the year and although it took me a little while to build my confidence up, I got there in the end!

Ice lolly making

Another fun toddler-friendly activity we got up to this summer was ice lolly making, with some lovely products sent over by the team at Steamer Trading. We made lots of fun and fruity flavours for Arthur and even some alcohol-infused ice lolly recipes for us grown-ups - tasty!

Fun at local parks

One of our favourite daytime activities this summer has been trips to our local parks. It's a win-win really because Arthur loves a park trip and it's completely free! We're lucky to have three in the village and with it being so hot and sunny these past few months, we've been able to spend lots of time there and have even made new friends with families doing the same thing. 

Exploring the countryside

We're lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the country and have definitely made the most of the warm weather this summer by exploring as much as we can of the local countryside. Family walks are one of my favourite weekend activities, as I love getting some fresh air and seeing new places. Although it's not always easy getting toddlers to walk the distance, family walks are great getting them comfortable with nature and letting them burn off some energy! We've had tasty picnics, enjoyed paddles in beautiful rivers and even encountered some rather friendly ponies on the moor. It's wonderful knowing there's always a new place to explore!

Catching up with friends

Of course, summer wouldn't be the same without good friends and I'm pleased to say we've not only made some new friends this summer but had the opportunity to catch up with old friends too. Our friends Liz and Will came down to see us May Bank Holiday and then we saw them again in Derbyshire at the beginning of the month and our friends Hannah and Joe popped down for a rather rainy (rare this summer) but fun afternoon at Brean Beach. We're hoping to see them again soon!

Derbyshire wedding

And speaking of friends, I couldn't finish without talking about our family trip to Derbyshire for Abbie and Dan's wedding - a definite highlight! It was so good to see them after so long and their wedding reception was such a lovely night. We also got to spend the weekend in the beautiful Derbyshire countryside, re-visiting places like Matlock Bath and venturing to new heights at Black Rocks. It was a wonderful weekend and a lovely way to round off the summer holidays.

Although summer is drawing to a close, I can't help but welcome autumn with open arms as it's there's so much to look forward to including LEGOLAND, birthday celebrations and of course, Halloween fun! It's probably my favourite season, if I'm truly honest and I can't wait to see what else it brings.

What are your summer highlights and do you have plans for autumn?

Megan x
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Dream Bathroom: Inspiration & Ideas

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Continuing with my 'dream home' series, I thought I'd tackle the bathroom next. I'm forever pinning pretty bathroom designs to my home and interiors board on Pinterest and feel like I've gained so much inspiration from doing so. It's really given me an idea of what I would love in my dream bathroom and though my ideas may not all become a reality, it's shown me that bathrooms have the potential to be as beautiful as any other room in your home.
Image credits: Cast Iron Bath // Cast Iron Bath // Katie Woods

Roll Top Bath

Let's start with my ultimate bathroom dream - a roll top bath! My mum has always wanted one of these and I think she's passed her love for them onto me. I just think they add a real touch of luxury to bathrooms and look great with other vintage-inspired pieces, like the Victorian towel rails by Heating Style, which make a real statement. The bathroom should be a place for relaxation and roll top baths, with their elegant designs, help to promote feelings of peace and serenity; whilst complimenting both modern and more traditional bathroom interiors.

I really love the coloured roll tops with the cast iron feet, as well as copper tubs, which whilst not quite as pretty and feminine; would make a real style statement. The other half has said we can have a roll top in our future home, so I'm holding him to that. Some of them are pretty pricey though so I think we'll be shopping round for a second hand bath or purchasing a modern-take on the design, which may be a little cheaper.
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Twin Sinks

Twin sinks are a luxury bathroom design feature we probably won't end up having, as I imagine they're rather expensive and you'd need your bathroom to be a pretty decent size to fit them in. But seeing as I'm writing about my dream bathroom, I'm rolling with it! I don't know about you but I think there's something about twin sinks that looks so cool?! Especially those that have a slight rustic or even industrial feel to their design. I love the whole 'his' and 'hers' type thing.
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Stylish storage unit

The main problem I have in my current bathroom is that it doesn't have enough storage. There's a small cupboard but the shelving inside is narrow and barely fits a thing. I've resorted to littering wicker baskets of items across my window sill for the time being, which is just fine but perhaps not the set up I'd like in a future bathroom. Instead I'd love some sort of bathroom storage unit that offers both practicality and style. I would prefer bathroom toiletries and the like to be hidden away, as it not only stops my little boy getting his hands on them but also neatens everything up. After all, the bathroom is a place for relaxation and for me personally that means it should be minimalist and uncluttered.

I'd love a vanity unit like the ones shown in these pictures but some shelving made out of crates could look pretty cool too and give your bathroom a rustic finish.
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Paint & Tiles

When I've written about my dream kitchen and dream living room in previous posts, I've always had an idea of the paint colour but with the bathroom, I haven't a clue. I always think of bathrooms as being white but really, you can have them any colour you like. I think I'd be torn between going for something quite pale and serene or a fun statement wall, perhaps even with a patterned wallpaper. I suppose it all depends on the look you're going for and vibe you want to create. I also love the look of those mosaic patterned tiles that seem to be everywhere right now but I can't imagine they'd be my other half's cup of tea. I do think they'd look amazing in a shower cubicle with one of those antique-style showers though.

I have so many ideas for my dream bathroom but I feel like they're not quite yet cohesive. Perhaps that'll come to me when we do actually have a house to design but for now I'm going to keep pinning away and soaking up as much design inspiration as possible!

How would your dream bathroom look?

Megan x
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My Favourite Pyjamas by Yawn

What you wear to bed is a pretty personal thing. Some love a pretty pyjama set, others prefer a nighty or night shirt and there's those that they don't wear anything at all! Over the years I've gone through my fair share of pyjamas but at the same time, I've always been the type of person that wears any old thing to bed. T-shirt and knickers? Yeah that'll do. But since being introduced to Yawn and sent a pair of their rather luxury pyjamas, there's now nothing else I'd rather wear to bed!

When browsing the Yawn website, the first thing I noticed was just how beautiful their prints are. Hand drawn at their studio in London, the prints are playful, cute and different from any other I've seen. I chose the House of Cards pyjama print as I thought it was particularly sweet - inspired by playing games with family on holiday, something that I have many memories of myself. It also has a hidden heart within the card print, a special touch that made me smile when I spotted it.

The most important thing for me about nightwear is how it feels and the House of Cards Pyjama Set* from Yawn certainly didn't disappoint. Made with luxury cotton sateen, they are far softer than any other 'shirt' style pyjamas I've tried before and very lightweight too. The relaxed fit is very comfortable and the length of the trousers is just about right for me. I did choose to size up and buy a medium (UK 12-14) but I do like a little bit more room in my pyjamas - comfort is key! The pyjamas are very thoughtfully designed with pockets (who doesn't love a pocket?), hems that you can fold up or turn down and a collar button, for those colder nights.

I've always been put off buying this classic style of pyjamas, as I thought they'd be restricting and make me far too warm but the House of Cards Pyjama Set has proved me wrong. The cotton is lightweight and breathable but has a real luxury feel to it; you get the best of both worlds, with a cute pair of pjs that are cosy and comfortable to wear too!

If you're after a new pair of pyjamas, Yawn is the place to go. They'd make a wonderful gift and with a number of dreamy hand illustrated prints to choose from, you'll have no trouble finding the perfect pair.

Megan x
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A Weekend Well Spent #6: Wedding in Derbyshire

Last Friday, we travelled back to the Midlands for the first time since our big move and for a very good reason – my beautiful friend Abbie’s wedding!

It’s funny because, even though I spent 26 years of my life living in the East Midlands, it didn’t feel like I was heading home. My heart very much belongs to the West Country now and in a way, I think I always knew it would, when I dreamt of living here all those years go.

Having said this, I was so excited to be spending the weekend in Derbyshire and re-uniting with Abbie and her family. We met each other just a few months before I moved away. The timing of course wasn’t great but we instantly clicked and I think we both knew we’d built a friendship that could survive the distance. We message each other all the time, she was the person I nervously txt on my first date with Josh and she’s the person I tell everything to. Catching up with Abbie, her now husband (ah!) Dan and her beautiful daughter Emme was just the best. It felt like no time had passed and the only real evidence that it had, was that our kids have grown so much. It was so lovely to see them play together again. I was also thrilled to finally introduce them to Josh and have a good old catch up before their big day!

With the wedding reception Sunday evening, we decided to make the most of our long weekend in Derbyshire, visiting a few different places such as Cromford, Matlock Bath, Black Rocks and Carsington Water, all of which were relatively close to the cottage we were staying at, in the beautiful village of Bonsall. Despite his joke about the air being thinner ‘up North’ (Southerners don’t seem to believe the Midlands exists) and his ‘alright Duck’ impressions, I think the natural beauty of Derbyshire pleasantly surprised Josh. There really are some stunning sights to be seen, particularly from Black Rocks – if you’re brave enough to get up there. I decided to clamber up in the most ridiculous pair of boots – they had no grip and I was slipping and sliding everywhere but alas, I made it to the top and survived the experience.

The holiday cottage (Park Cottage) we were staying in, in Bonsall, was also beautiful. A real home-away-from-home, with everything you needed for a relaxing, family weekend. It was located next to the play park – a dream for Arthur and right across the road from The Fountain Tea Rooms – a dream for the rest of us! We had an amazing cooked breakfast and cream tea there, so if you happen to be passing through, it’s well worth a stop. My parents also really enjoyed the meal they had at The Kings Head in Bonsall, which was just up the road. It’s a great village to stay in and was the perfect location for us; being just half an hour away from Horsley Lodge, Abbie and Dan’s wedding venue.

Of course, the main event of our weekend in Derbyshire was the wedding reception and it was such a special night that I’m so glad we got to be part of. The venue was beautifully decorated and Abbie couldn’t have looked more stunning in her dress. It was lovely to see her and Dan so happy and I may have had slightly water eyes watching their first dance as a married couple, with their daughter Emme joining in. Watching the kids having a boogie afterwards was also the most adorable thing. Arthur has some real moves and couldn’t wait to dance with Emme. We managed to snap a few pictures and they’re going straight in my scrapbook!

I found it really quite hard saying goodbye to Abbie at the end of the night, as I know it’ll be a while before we see each other again. But I know next time we do, it’ll be just the same, like no time has passed at all and that’s a sign of a wonderful friendship.

A big thank you to Mr and Mrs Dugdale for inviting us to be part of your wedding day. We had a lovely time in Derbyshire, made loads of memories as a family and it was most definitely a weekend well spent.

Megan x
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Let There Be Light: Improving Natural Light in your Home

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When viewing a property, one of the first things I notice is how light or dark it is. I think it's because it's something that's always been important to my mum - she's not fond of artificial lights, instead preferring to maximise natural light and this is something that must have rubbed off on me! Having said this, the type of properties I love can often lack natural light - I'm talking country cottages, log cabin-style homes and the alike. Many of them have wood beams and lower ceilings, which can have a negative impact on natural light but there are little things you can do to brighten them up and make a real difference to their overall feel, without spending a fortune.

Of course building a conservatory or installing a wall of windows is a fantastic way to flood your home with natural light but it's not an option for everyone. Firstly it may or may not require some form of planning permission and secondly it can be costly. If you are looking for some cheaper alternatives, I've shared a few tips, tricks and ideas for improving natural light in your home below...

Choose light paint colours

Although I'm really into deep blue shades and olive green interiors, if your room feels somewhat dark, it's best to avoid dark colours altogether. Instead choose light colours that will reflect any natural light coming through the windows. White paint and other pastel shades will also create the illusion of a larger living space.

Back when we had the tearoom, we actually painted the black beams white and it made such a difference to the overall look of the room. The space felt much larger and the ceilings appeared higher. In the past we've also used the Light and Space paints from Dulux in the tearoom, Arthur's old nursery and some of our bedrooms. These paints contain light reflective particles and come in a range of beautiful colours, with one of my favourite shades being Lagoon Falls.

Strategically place mirrors

I've not tried this myself yet but it's a known fact that mirrors can help to enhance the appearance of a room, by reflecting natural light and creating the illusion of more space. Place a large mirror opposite a window and it will look like you have more windows and therefore more natural light in a room. I really love the look of large vintage mirrors, you know the ones with the lavish gold frames that are a little OTT? They're a real statement piece and would look fantastic in all interiors from modern, to country and traditional.

Ditch the window dressings

I'll be honest and say I'm not a big fan of curtains. I understand people have them for privacy and for decorative purposes but they're just not for me. I much prefer blinds but even still, tend to keep them pulled up to the top, to let in as much natural light as possible. If you are looking for a way to improve natural light in your home, ditch the heavy window dressings. For privacy, opt for something like a venetian blind that will offer the best of both worlds. And if you have to go for curtains (I'm not judging I promise) then choose a sheer or light fabric.

Make sure there's nothing blocking the light

Placing large furniture near your windows can stop light from getting into the room. The same can be said for plants and bushes outside your home. Whilst I'm not suggesting you get rid of your plants and trees altogether, it's worth spending time keeping them pruned and tidy so they aren't getting in the way of your windows.

Do you have any tips to add? Feel free to share them in the comment section below!

Megan x
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7 ways to get your toddler to enjoy family walks

In my opinion, a weekend well spent is one that involves time outdoors. I love nothing more than heading out with my family for a walk, exploring new places and and appreciating the beautiful countryside around me.

Arthur loves being outdoors and has surprised us on many occasions with just how far he's willing to walk. Because of this, we rarely take the buggy out, instead trusting that he'll make it, with perhaps a little shoulder ride when his legs tire. Though more recently (in this lovely stage of toddlerhood), we've noticed he can get a bit lazy and asks to be picked up a lot on walks. I'm talking two minutes in! Shoulder rides are his favourite (my poor partner) so we've had to come up with little ways to encourage him to walk further and enjoy himself. Here are a few of the tips and tricks we use for any other parents hoping to find ways to get their toddler or young children to enjoy family walks...

1. Make it an adventure

Instead of telling your toddler you're going out for a walk, tell them you're going on an adventure - it'll sound way more appealing and exciting!

2. Create a story

Is that a bear hiding behind the tree? Let's find him! Can you spot the dinosaur in the bushes? Shh be quiet, he'll hear you! Did you know the Nexo Knights are waiting for you at the castle? (Yep we've even done that one and then had to tell him they'd popped out for a bit and would hopefully see him at LegoLand next month. But he walked all the way and was a happy boy!) Make the walk exciting by telling a story or creating a character. Toddlers and young children have wild imaginations so use that to your advantage.

3. Take snacks or a picnic

Food bribes are always a winner! If it's a sunny day, pack a picnic to have half way round on your walk or if it's a shorter stroll, at the end. If the weather is looking a little uncertain, take snacks they can eat on the walk.

4. Go somewhere new

We love finding new places to go for walks. It makes it far more interesting for both us and for Arthur! It's far more of an adventure, if you don't really know where you're going or what you're going to find.

5. Get them to find objects

Treasure hunts are a great way to get kids interested in walking and being outdoors. At Easter we kept re-hiding two chocolate eggs that we bought out with us on our walk and Arthur had so much fun. One of us would run ahead and hide the egg, he'd find it, we'd put it back in our pocket to 'keep it safe' and then go and re-hide it again. It kept him entertained and he loved it so much, he still talks about it now!

In our village, people have started painting and hiding rocks. We have a Facebook group so parents can take a picture of the rocks their children find and then you're supposed to re-hide them for the next children to find. It's lovely for the kids and great for encouraging them to get outdoors for a walk. I know loads of other places in the UK are doing this too! It's really interesting seeing where some of the rocks end up. I know one from our village has already made it to London!

6. Involve water

I can't speak for all children but I know many toddlers LOVE water. Rainy day walks are great for muddy puddle jumping - just don't forget their wellies! Or if it's a hotter day, why not head to the beach for a walk or choose a route where there is a little lake or river they can paddle in? 

7. Don't make it too long

And my final tip is not to make your family walk too long! Remember, they've only got little legs so unless you're happy to carry them or push them in their buggy, you're not gonna be able to spend hours and hours walking.
What are your top tips for getting the kids to enjoy walks? Is it something you like to do as a family?

Megan x
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Romantic Getaways: Why I'd love to visit Italy

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When I think of romantic getaways abroad, the first place that springs to mind is Italy. It's language is known as the language of love, it's steeped in rich history and it boasts some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, what more could you want from a romantic trip away? Oh and not forgetting the food a because let's face it, if anyone knows how to do amazing food, it's the Italians!

One of the Italian destinations on my 'to visit one day' wish list is Venice. I know it's a bit of a cliché but I've always wanted to enjoy a relaxing Gondola ride down the narrow canals and be taken back in time. I imagine it looks stunning in the evenings and can already picture myself sat outside with a glass of wine in hand, my love by my side, watching the beautiful lights reflecting on the water. I feel like it's definitely more of a destination for couples than families as I can't imagine a Gondola ride with a toddler-in-tow being wildly romantic (wild definitely, romantic not so much) so it's perhaps somewhere we'll visit when Arthur's a little older!

Somewhere else I'd love to visit is Lake Garda. I've actually stayed in Lake Garda with my family before but I can't remember a whole lot of it, as I was much younger. I do remember having the best pizzas ever at the local restaurants and enjoying the hot, mediterranean climate. I'd really love to go back and witness the striking mountains and crystal clear lake as an adult. I feel like I'd truly appreciate all it has to offer now.

Florence is the home of the Renaissance and often regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, so what better place to head to for a romantic getaway? I'd love to see the Duomo and take a look around some of the galleries and museums. I can imagine my other half being fascinated with the architecture!

Of course, this isn't my finalised list, I'd love to visit the Sistine Chapel in Rome, drive along the Amalfi Coast, stand on Juliet's Balcony in Verona and stay in a Trullo in Puglia. There are so many places I'd love to visit in Italy, if we get chance one day. I think it ticks all of the boxes as a romantic holiday destination and can truly see why it's one of the top choices for honeymooners too! For more romantic getaway ideas, be sure to check out Holidays by Destination2, who I have collaborated with for this post.

Where would you love to visit on a dreamy romantic getaway?

Megan x
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Blending Interior Design Ideas when your Partner has Different Tastes to you

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Moving in with your partner? Have different tastes in decor? Worried about all the arguments you're going to have? Don't be. The answer is simple - find a way to blend your styles. After all, a home does not have to have one particular theme and in my personal opinion, should reflect and represent all those living there.

Although I've not yet moved in with my partner, it's something we're talking about and have already had several discussions about our future home's decor. For the most part, we seem to agree on what we like - rustic and cosy, with hints of both modern and traditional elements. We also want to upcycle furniture wherever possible to keep costs down and add character to our home. But there are things that we're bound to disagree on - after all, he's a country boy through-and-through, complete with several sets of antlers above his bed and I'm a girl who likes a bit of marble and copper. We're different in many ways but that's partly what makes us work. I don't think couples have to like all the same things (it'd be pretty boring), the main thing is that you share the same values and want similar things out of life.

There are so many ways you can blend interior design ideas when your partner has different tastes to you, so don't let the thought of it fill you with dread. Talk about your ideas openly, be willing to listen to theirs and together you will create something truly unique and representative of you as a family.

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Make the big decisions together

If you're moving in together and creating a family home, it's important that you both love the space you live in. Big decisions, like the colour of your walls or key pieces of furniture in your bedroom or living room, should be made together. Having said this, don't be afraid to make suggestions, even if you're not sure they're your partner's cup of tea - you never know, they might surprise you! For example, my other half suggested terracotta for our future kitchen and I initially pulled a face but then once I'd thought about it and done a little Pinterest research (as you do), I actually thought it could look pretty cool. 

Follow the 80 / 20 rule

Interior designers often use something known as the '80 / 20 rule' to blend different decor ideas. Basically, 80% of the room should be one style and 20% can be your accent style. This supposedly helps you achieve the best balance, rather than splitting 50 / 50, which could leave your room looking a little jumbled.

Of course, you'll have to decide which style is the main one for your room and which is the accent. I think for this you really need to think about what suits the actual room best and what will allow you to achieve the overall feel you want. Consider what you need to get out of the room and its level of practicality.

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Lighting is a great way to add a contemporary accent to an otherwise traditional or rustic interior. I really love minimalist bulb pendant lights, copper floor lamps and geometric copper lamp shades and think they look great in more traditionally-styled rooms. 

Make a Pinterest board

A great way to brainstorm some ideas and get an idea of how each other's tastes can work together is to use a site like Pinterest. It's great for collecting ideas, gaining inspiration and working out how different styles can be blended. You can make a shared interior design board by inviting each other as contributors. Go through the pins together and talk about what you like and what you don't. 

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Keep size, scale and visual balance in mind

When blending interior design ideas, it's important to keep size and scale in mind. Group similar sized items together to help achieve a more cohesive look. Small, dainty items could get lost amongst larger, bolder pieces. When creating displays, group items that have something in common together. They don't need to match or be the same, they could just be of a similar size or scale.

Creating visual balance will also be important, if you are blending different interior designs. For example, in the bedroom, you may want different bedside tables. I would love something feminine and stylish, like the Felicity Lamp Table from Furnish Your Home, whereas, my other half would probably prefer something a little more rustic and masculine, like this refurbished trunk listed on ebay! There's no reason why this wouldn't work, it'd just be about choosing pieces of a similar size, possibly having matching bedside lamps and buying a bed that is perhaps a little more neutral and therefor complimentary to both styles. Having said this,  I do have my eye on something like this Rosalind Bed, as I've always loved the look of beds with plush, padded, buttoned headboards. I think they have a really luxury feel, perfect for the bedroom!

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Understand you'll both have important / sentimental items

Although compromise is important and will definitely come into play on both sides when decorating a home, there will be some items that are that sentimental or important that they will be going in your home no matter what. For me, it's family photo frames. I know some people like a totally minimalist look or abstract artwork and that's cool but I think family pictures help to make a house a home and evoke so many memories. My other half definitely has more decorative pieces and ornaments than I do and I'm totally fine with the fact they'll be dotted around our future home because they'll give it character and reflect his personality too.

Do you have any tips for blending interior design ideas when your partner has different tastes to you? I'd love to hear them, so comment below or tweet me @meganjane03!

Megan x
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