HIBS100 Hot Picks Week 7




There’s a definite hint of spring in the air and we’re loving seeing our Instagram feed full of daffodils and blue skies. That fresh spring feel has made it over into lots of brilliant HIBS100 blogs recently, so we’re celebrating the change in weather this week with our HIBS100 Hot Picks.

If you’d like to choose our Hot Picks one week (and get a nice shiny link back to your own blog in the process) then get in touch with our editor Molly at molly@fleaenterprises.com.

HIBS100 Hot Picks

To kick things off this week we’re heading straight to the stunning Gingerlillytea, to check out a beautiful post about the work of surface pattern designer Rosemary Milner. With delicate illustrations on wallpaper, stationary and fabric, Rosemary depicts woodland creatures and wild flowers, which are a joy to see.

Next we’re off to Fresh Design Blog with a post about bright and bold glassware by Sagaform. These beauties would look gorgeous displayed on a dresser or shelf in your kitchen.

Something that’s often overlooked but can make all the difference to an interior space is a zingy scent diffuser. After all, there’s no use in a room looking beautiful if the smell doesn’t match! If you’re looking for an upmarket scent diffuser that looks pretty too, then check out Fabricofmylife who’s discovered a range of monochrome candles and scent diffusers that look and smell delicious!

For a hit of colour you need to head over to Lobster and Swan where you’ll find a bright and beautiful post celebrating the Etsy Colour Joy page. Guaranteed to make you feel instantly cheerful.

Something else to make you smile is this post at Little Green Shed predicting the next big trend. Forget stags’ heads, owls and foxes, it’s all about the parrot! If parrots aren’t your thing there are plenty of other animal portraits to choose from by Sharon Montrose.

If the splashes of sunshine have left you hankering after a holiday, the second best thing is to head over to this post at Happy Loves Rosie all about a vintage caravan called Pearl. With 50s enamel kitchenware, shabby chic florals and pastel chic aplenty, there are plenty of inspirational interiors ideas packed into such a little space!

There are more holiday vibes over at Junkaholique this week with some beautiful photography from a trip to Cowes. You’ll be hard-pressed not to take inspiration from the seaside colours and quaint shops full of treasure.

Fan of retro furniture? Then you need a G Plan dresser in your life. This one featured at Style Arch is gorgeous – complete with old school typewriter. It belongs to Kara at Innocent Charms Chats and we don’t mind admitting we’re a little bit in love with it.

Old maps are always beautiful, so take some colour inspiration from this one at The Ecospot Blog. Turquoise, blue and grey look stunning in a big map print like this one.


Have you read a great post from a HIBS100 blogger you’d like to tell us about this week? Share the love – don’t be shy! 

Sally is a journalist and editor based in Lytham, Lancashire. When she isn't blogging at Who's the Mummy, she is generally spending time with her 10-year-old daughter, Flea, or her abominably behaved puppy, Teddy.

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