Home Corner Week 31



What little touches are you making around your home this fortnight? Whether you’re tidying up a little nook or putting the finishing touches on a project, we would love you to take part in our Home Corner linky.

Home Corner runs every two weeks and it’s a chance for HIBS100 bloggers to showcase their best posts of the moment. Whether you’ve taken some stunning photographs of your favourite room, or you’re proud of the way you’ve styled a little area which needed a refresh, we want to read your posts. We’d love for you to take a look around the other posts too, and hopefully gain some more homes and interiors inspiration.

Thank you to everyone who linked up last week, we particularly loved this post from Diary of the Evans-Crittens which took some home inspiration from the new Paddington movie, and this post from Mummy of Boy Girl Twins which shared some alcove storage solutions. We look forward to seeing what you all have to link up this fortnight, so link up below!

Alice Cullerne Bown is a blogger, author, journalist and fanatical cushion-plumper. She spent much of her childhood creating room sets in shoe boxes and now attempts to style her real-life home, despite the best efforts of her husband, two children, two stepchildren and two cats. She is addicted to home makeover shows and likes to Hoover while watching Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners. She blogs at DD's Diary, www.dulwichdivorcee.com, and you can catch her on Twitter at @DDsDiary

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