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How I became an Interior Designer

In this episode, I’ll share with you my journey into interior design, that includes the happiest and saddest time of my life with my emotions torn apart. Instead of going to Lancashire to see my father, my husband was driving me straight to hospital. 

 

Opportunities aren’t always obvious and they don’t always happen when […]

By |March 10th, 2020|Podcast|0 Comments

Setting Realistic Work Boundaries in your Home

70% of people globally, work from the comfort of home at least one day a week. Although it’s rewarding being able to work when you want and how you want, in reality, it’s one of the most stressful challenges, often leading to arguments and relationship problems as work squirrels into the heart of your home […]

By |February 27th, 2020|Podcast|0 Comments

How To Become An Interior Designer

In the Parentpreneur podcast you can hear how Gwendoline gave up a successful career in I.T. to become an interior designer with her own successful practice. Find out how she overcame the fear to change careers and hear how she juggles being a busy mum with the challenges of being an entrepreneur.

 

How To Become An Interior […]

By |August 13th, 2018|House Doctor, How To, INTERIOR DESIGN|0 Comments

How To Create A Cohesive Flow In Your Home

At my spring Secret Design Party, one of the guests came with the interior design dilemma of ‘how do you create a cohesive flow in your home’. It’s an important question to consider if you’re extending or you’ve just moved into a new home and want to make it feel homely, if you’re planning on selling your property […]

By |April 11th, 2018|INTERIOR DESIGN|0 Comments

The Heart Of Your Treasures

This is Spring Clean Week and so far I’ve posted a blog on how to Style Your Collections and organise your home for those Just In Case situations. These are common areas that cause clutter and anxiety in the home.

 

Today I’d like to share with you how you can ‘let go’ of your treasures, when they no […]

By |March 27th, 2018|INTERIOR DESIGN, STYLING FOR SALE|0 Comments

Just In Case Organisation

Do you have a drawer full of ‘Just In Case’ bits and pieces. It’s usually in the office or the kitchen and contains small items such as paperclips, elastic bands, the lid of a pen, a pen that doesn’t work, Lego bits and possibly matches.

 

Some of the things are useful, but there’s always the temptation to forget about them […]

By |March 27th, 2018|INTERIOR DESIGN|0 Comments

A Collector’s Paradise

It’s Spring Cleaning Week so I though I would help make it easier for you declutter and organise your home with my Interior Design tips and House Doctor guidance.

 

Spring cleaning became fashionable in the Edwardian times. After the industrial revolution, with the advancements in technology and medicine, we became aware of the link between dirt and health. […]

By |March 27th, 2018|INTERIOR DESIGN|0 Comments

Valentine Love Luxuries

This is the month for love so I’m sharing with you my Valentine Love Luxuries – quick and effective ways to bring a touch of glamour and romance to your bedroom. It’s all about the senses x

 

Whether you love it or hate it, this is a great time of year to evaluate your home and rekindle the love. With our […]

By |February 9th, 2018|INTERIOR DESIGN|0 Comments

Empowering the Next Generation :: with a Talented Space

This is the last in my series of Empowering the Next Generation this week – looking at how to create a healthy, creative, social and talented space for your children to develop their skills and confidence, so that they not only create a fulfilled and happy life for themselves but also feel capable to create a future world […]

Empowering the Next Generation :: with a Social Space

This week I’ve reflected how to create a healthy space and a creative space for your children to develop their skills and confidence, so that they not only create a fulfilled and happy life for themselves but also feel capable to create a future world that is beneficial to others.

Yesterday I shared with you how to create […]