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Abigail Ahern
Known for her moody interiors and dark palette, UK designer Abigail Ahern has a cult following.

Homes: Abigail Ahern
Described by The Sunday Times as “the woman rocking the world of interiors”, I discovered UK designer Abigail Ahern via Interiors Addict Jen Bishop (thank you!). Ahern’s focus is practical but beautiful – and she shares a lot of insider knowledge, like how to shop for art (or make your own), how to style your home like a pro and how to fix flaws.


Dark Chocolate and Peanut Caramel ‘SNICKERS’ Eclairs.
Kate Olsson’s dark chocolate & peanut caramel ‘Snickers’ eclairs.

Food: Finger, fork & knife 
If you’re going to bake and eat something sweet you may as well go all out, reasons Aussie food blogger Kate Olsson. She’s pretty much true to her word with these dark chocolate and peanut caramel ‘Snickers’ eclairs. Definitely a weekend project – but what a crowd pleaser!


local milk
Uncover the hidden culinary delights of Dublin through the eyes of US blogger Elisabeth Evelyn.

Travel: {local milk}
Food blogger Elizabeth Evelyn hails from America’s south, and as well as being a talented photographer and recipe developer, she also writes like a dream. This blog post about a recent trip to Dublin is a joy to read and the images are rich and evocative. It’s very much a culinary journey of the Irish capital and all the sweeter for it.


Norwegian-born ex-model Hanneli in New York where she now lives. Coat by Miu Miu, jeans by Helmut Lang, boots by Acne.

Fashion: Hanneli
This is what you get when a model becomes a fashion blogger. The Norwegian-born Hanneli gave up modelling to become a stylist and photographer – the blog was a natural progression. She posts a mix of her own street-style photography as well as images from shoots in which she features.


The poetry of material things
Discover random, beautiful things at The Poetry of Material Things.

Inspiration: The Poetry of Material Things 
A Tumblr blog full of inspiration from Anne Seally, founder of Task, a Brooklyn-based “neighbourhood emporium”. Like the store, the blog reflects “a whole life” – fashion, home, work and children – and is a collection of random, beautiful things.

Stressed spelled backwards is desserts
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