Is that a John Lowrie Morrison painting above the kitchen table? I'm also a proud owner of a 'Jolomo'. It really reflects the vibrant colours throughout your home. Gorgeous!
Lizzie and Phil's Bold and Playful
West-End Pad House Tour
|5/14/13 5:38 PM|
I'm guessing you actually mean stationEry. Unless the selling point is the fact that it stays still long enough for you to write on it...
Etsy Roundup: Fall Stationary Under $15
|10/17/11 10:58 AM|
Jenn, 'shared ownership' is a part ownership, part rental deal available through certain housing associations: ie, you pay a mortgage for half the value of the property (or some other fraction - 40%, 60%, depending on how big a percentage you own under the deal) and you pay rent on the rest. You can then buy more 'shares' in the property if you wish.
Jo-Anne & Howard's London Home & Bonsai Garden
|4/25/11 2:34 PM|
Sorry to be a pedant, but if the drink is from Scotland, as suggested by 'Highland Scotch' (and the accompanying picture: Talisker is from the Scottish isle of Skye and Laphroaig is from the isle of Islay), then the term is 'whisky', without an 'e' (you can see it on the bottle labels there). If the drink is from Ireland, however, then it's spelled 'whiskey', with a 'e'.
What Are Some Great Cheeses To Go With Whiskey?
|3/29/11 10:25 AM|
Blimey - I've never heard 'across the pond' described as pretentious before: in the UK it's a perfectly valid and oft-used way of describing the location of you folks across the Atlantic. Does it not work in reverse, then?
California Cool in France
|11/8/10 9:08 PM|
These might be comfier - well, bouncier, at least:
Chesterfield Sofa Made from an Unexpected Material
|9/3/10 8:22 PM|