Posted on Fri, 7 Aug 2009 by KiM

Beth Evans, an interior designer based in London, sent us an email the other day which included photos of her adorable dog, and a link to her blog which showcases some photos of her home, and a link to her Etsy shop. Well, I was totally smitten with each one of these and had to share them all with you. First, I had better start off with Beth’s dog Elton “who likes to sleep in my box of Vintage Fabrics and sofas, and beds and anywhere else he is not supposed to be!”

Next, Beth’s mid-century-decorated home, “a 1960s townhouse in London which has been in our family since its construction. We have spent the past four years rebuilding many areas of the house including the kitchen, garden and living areas, creating an open plan living space. The house is furnished with a mixture of Vintage Flea Market and High Street finds and the kitchen area is almost entirely decorated with Vintage nic nacs collected from Charity Shops and Car Boot Sales. All the cushions on display are from lollandlie and available to buy from our Etsy shop.”

Last but not least, Beth’s Etsy shop lollandlie, where she sells cushion covers made gorgeous graphic vintage fabrics she’s been collecting for years. Great news – she’ll be adding more at the end of August. Love them!!!

Peggy says:

I am in love with that kitchen!

I have been reading it for a couple years now and wanted to tell you how what a lovely blog you have. I have been inspired by all the interiors that you show on your blog. I know that blogging is alot of hard work and applaud you both for all the hard work you put into keeping it up on a daily basis. Thank you for inspiring us all.

Natalie says:

This is exactly what I want my house to look like. A midcentury vibe without being over the top. A clean and bright aesthetic. I'm so jealous. Thanks for this post.

Kitchen love!

Paddy says:

Looks good, pity the pictures look like they've been taken on a phone camera. This house needs some good quality photos to do it even more justice

Maria says:

Where does the lovely black and white bird print come from?

kim. says:

Maria, check out her post here for details. (It's a tea towel)
Thank you Melissa A.!!

loving these prints!!

Maria says:

Ah thanks Kim!

drey says:

i love this! so real, so simple and so chic!

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