‘There’s no place like a colonial home’

I loved these colonial homes in Washington DC. Each one had it’s own individual personality and funny little quirkyness about it…


Relaxing mid shopping lunch location in Downtown NYC

Like a peaceful oasis in the heart of the bustling city, B-Bar & Grill offered a walled garden like environment to relax and enjoy a light lunch in after a busy morning shopping in Downtown NYC. A semi, outdoor sectioned off area is scattered with garden tables and chairs and lined with hanging baskets and flower beds, a compleat contrast to the surrounding location. Lovely light food and interesting salads…recommended.

B-Bar & Grill, Bowery + 4th Street, New York, New York, 10003

NYC and Washington DC Shopping

New York and Washington DC Fashion Purchases ready for the coming season…

Washed Star Rucksack by Steve Madden, Printed tee by Zara, Dotty jeans by Bullhead Black

Paint Splattered chambray shirt by Ralph Lauren, Spotty shorts by Madewell

Stripe tee by Madewell, Grey jeans by Bullhead Black, Printed canvas bag by Anthropologie

Studded tee by Zara, Quilted leather skirt by Zara, Printed scarf by Urban Outfitters, Hightop Heals by Steve Madden

Printed Star shirt by Garage, Boxy knit sweater by Bycorpus, Jeans as above, Vintage belt

Coated Leggings by Ameriacn Apparel, Printed top by Garage, sweater as above, Vintage Lace collar from Antique Garage Flea Market

Coated Cotton Men’s Jacket by Logg at H&M

Watch by Amthropologie, Cosmetics bag by Urban Outfitters


Following my recent holiday to the states I’m excited to share some of the photographs I took using my new Fuji Fine Pix HS30 EXR camera which I treated myself to before I went away! NYC was so hot and the red buildings looked beautiful in the sunshine…


The pièce de résistance of our weekend away…Lunch at the ever popular Noma.

Just a few of the delights we encountered over a long lunch.

Tucked away in the boat yard of Copenhagen, Noma was voted the number one restaurant in the world again this year. Lucky enough to get a table, we had lunch there on the Saturday afternoon of our weekend away.  The menu was split in two halves, the little canapy starters came out at a rapid pace followed by the larger plates more slowly accompanied by complimentary wines. The attention to detail and delicate presentation of the dishes was superb and everything had a story behind it. From eating the contents of a plant pot with radishes sunk in an edible soil to a light sponge cake that evaporated in your mouth everything was thought out to a new level. Seasonal and foraged ingredients were key to every dish and all carefully prepared upstairs. Every dish was a ‘photo moment’ and I wanted to share my favourite to show how inspiring food can be…