Now that Tour de France is fast approaching, we’re thinking about our INTÉRIEUUUURS. So okay, cycling might not be our forte, but French-inspired maisons? Mais bien sûr!
Take me to chic please!
This week we’re Provence pretty…
…which means fabulous kitchenware pour moi!
And brilliant bains too.
Say ‘cheese’, we’re in France.
Another French fon thing to due.
Well, those homewares were just fantastique. Quite frankly, we don’t see anything wrong in pretending our kitchen is a boulangerie…
Don’t believe me? Read the sign, mon cher.
Jambon and on and on…
Definitely popping those goodies into our bicycle baskets…
Our street don’t look like these…
But c’est la vie! We’ve got a cyclopedia of home inspiration instead.
Well, we are very excited about the arrival of Wimbles next week. So this month we’re updating our trophy tableware and working on our service. Ace-interiors, here we come!
We can’t get Kournik-over these lovely green dining rooms.
A true Henman home has got to be purple.
Game, set, matching accessories!
15-love these serving suggestions!
But let’s focus on what Wimbledon is really about…strawbs and cream.
Yes, we love to cause a racquet at the dinner table.
We’re feeling simply unbeetable…
But honestly, we’d be just as happy with the wooden spoon. Tee-hee!
This Sunday is Father’s Day, and dad is still giftless. How can this Obi-Wan Kenobi? Go retro we must.
Princess Leia takes interiors very seriously.
Take a Luke at these home gift ideas…
Dad always wanted a lightsaber. That was a bit silly, so he got these cool retro lights instead. Vwumph!
Calling planet dad, I’ve gone retro futuristic for Father’s Day…
…because dad likes to rock-it.
May the froth be with you
Jar Jar Binks deserts for dad.
That’s it for now. The Jedi returns next week….
We’re very excited about the Orchestra in a Field classical music festival. Unfortunately music is not our forte – up until recently we thought Puccini was a variety of pasta. This is why we’ve got Somerset music maestro Charles Hazlewood, the man behind Orchestra in a Field, to pluck out the best classical tunes for us. And we’ll provide some playlist-perfect camping décor to accompany. Bravo!
A gypsy girl seduces soldier Don José in red-hot Spanish-set opera Carmen. ‘Habanera’ is a song about unbridled love. Which is exactly what we feel about these caravan-worthy interiors…
Fire up the folk:
Gayaneh is an Armenian farm worker at the centre of a rather fiery ballet. We’ll be humming along to this folksy tale around the campfire at Worthy Farm.
‘The Great Gate of Kiev’ is a Russian piece by Mussorgsky, so here’s a bit of Slavonic style. Switch that teapot to a Samovar!
Listen to the Greek love story of ‘Dido and Aeneas’ and fall for these Hellenic homewares. Perfect for the picnic ‘aria’…
Well we are very impresario’d by these. Music to our ears!