Change

Melting moments, a vase of pink flowers and a tea cup on a coffee table, minimalist decor inspiration, floral arrangements, baked goods

I had a different blog post planned out for this week, but it seemed that life had other plans as it threw a few unexpected changes our way (don’t worry, nothing bad, we’ve just had to move sooner than originally anticipated – such is the life of renters). As a result my time for blogging this…

Luminescence

· A mood board series ·

Dappled sunlight, Luminescence, the art of slow living, simple living, ordinary life, light photography, sunlight

https://www.bridieleah.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Shadows-and-light.mov It’s amazing how much beauty there is in ordinary items if we view them the right way.  One of my favourite things about learning about photography (although I’m still very much a novice) is how it’s taught me to view the world differently – in particular light. The right lighting can really transform a photograph…

Routines and inspiration

· Moodboard series ·

Routines, an organised life notebook and gold hoop earrings

I have an interesting relationships with routines. In some ways, I’m very much a creature of habit. I’m one of those people who always orders the same ice cream flavour, whereas my husband generally tries the flavour on the specials menu. I don’t like being disappointed, particularly not when it comes to something as important…

Thoughts on space

· And a new apartment ·

Minimalist decor, natural lighting, ceramics, minimal ceramics, minimalist asethetic, vase

Last week was full of new beginnings. I started a new job and we moved house.  Moving house is always filled with a sense of restless, beautiful chaos; ferrying items back and forth, maneuvering furniture through narrow doorframes and re-discovering all the pieces you forgot that you owned. A week later, I feel like we are…

Dahlias from Eden and Bell

· An unexpected surprise ·

Flowers, Dahlias, Simple living, Slow Living, Florists, Marmoset Found

Sometimes life’s little detours can lead to unexpected, but beautiful surprises – something which I discovered a week or so ago when, lost and running slightly late for dinner with a friend, Sophie from the beautiful florist Eden and Bell approached me to ask whether I would like the most gorgeous bunch of Dahlias. She…

Monthly Moodboard

· December 2020 ·

Fairy lights, New Years Eve, Christmas, Monthly Moodboard, December 2020

What a year 2020 has been. This time last year I was sitting on my parents-in-law’s sofa reading Your Own Kind of Girl and optimistically writing down goals for the coming decade – blissfully ignorant of what 2020 had in store for us all. Compared to many of you, I know that I have been…