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Interior Inspo

I made it my mission last year to create a space in my bedroom that completely reflected my personality. I feel like you can get a sense of who I am from some of the clothes that I wear and I wanted the same from my bedroom. Its where I come back to when I go away, it’s where I go when I’m sad, where I pre drink with friends and where I weirdly enjoy spending a lot of time on my own. Thus it should be somewhere inspiring. Any excuse to let my inner interior design queen do her thang.

I properly sketched out the layout I wanted and the colours scheme I wanted to use. Oranges and reds are vital for those Asian-esque vibes. I pinterested what I liked and sourced affordable versions from ebay, charity shops and boot fairs. 

I had intentionally collected quite a lot of souvenirs from trips I had been on, these were the first to be pinned on my freshly pained walls. Post putting in my new but old bookshelf and garden wicker furniture (plant shelf SLASH shelf for Hollys fings) along with my too many cushions that I own it was looking pretty finito. 


It’s filled with wild animal lamps and prints , Moroccan lights and tea candles everywhereee. Someone refered to it as a jumble sale but I feel like it really does reflect me. It’s busy but colourful . 


One of my most precious possessions, something I’ll take with me wherever I go and that holds huge sentimental value to me, is my dressing table. Whilst I was away travelling for 16 months my beautiful parents decorated my bedroom for me as a surprise. They upcycled this quirkily shaped, vintage dressing table with a paint job and funky handles and all I had to come back and do is Holly-fy it. I love post cards. I’m gutted that they’re a dying trend and always request one from friends that go wandering. I used the ones I had already and placed them under the glass top.  It’s such an easy, yet unique and personable upcycling idea. I sit there every morn whilst I put my face on, day dreaming about all the wonderful places they were sent from. (Japan, Australia, Asia,India, Prague) 💭 🌏

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