Tour a HIBS100 Home: Kat got the Cream


Here at HIBS100 we are a nosy bunch and there is nothing more we love than having a good peek into a HIBS100 blogger’s home. This month the lovely Kathryn from Kat got the Cream is sharing her work space with us.

Kat uses this room as a sewing room and freelancing office, she says she uses this room to keep all her favourite items and things that make her smile to inspire her whilst she works.

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Kat says “Everything in this room has sentimental value or a story attached to it (well maybe not the Ikea furniture but sometimes needs just must and I bloody love Ikea anyway). But everything else has been thrifted, gifted, collected and selected.”

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Kat uses her pinboard to keep her smiling when she is working, she surrounds her self with items that bring back fond memories.
“There’s a pine cone I found in a forest on my honeymoon, cross-stitch made by a bloggy friend, not to mention a lot of items vaguely relating to cats, birds and bees (I’ve had that mobile about twenty years!!). The desk is from Ikea, the lamp’s from Habitat and the crazy curtains were made by my mum about 30 years ago and were a constant in my life as I was growing up. I just had to have them!”

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The print on top of the red table is from Visual Philosophy, Kat says “Not only is it a great reminder that I should be taking a tea break but I love the design and the cheery colours (I’ve always wanted one of those old fashioned kettles).”

Thanks so much for sharing your work space with us Kat!

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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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