Hi. My name is Joanne Fennell and I write about things I love - Home Interiors | Flowers | Food | Travel | all things pretty & gorgeous. I set up an Online Home & Gift Boutique - eBoutique.ie in 2009 and in 2011 launched a wholesale Home and Gift brand called Island Living. Then in the Summer of 2014 I opened a little shop called Island Living at No. 25 The Merrion Centre, Merrion Road, Dublin 4 where I also stock the fabulous Autentico Chalk Paint range.
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Category Archives: White Interiors
This weeks post was inspired when I took a walk the other day and saw lots of beautiful delicate white flowers that look like snowdrops but they weren’t 🙂 White is such a versatile colour and very common in … Continue reading
Hope you all had a great bank holiday weekend. Picked fresh from the garden this morning is this gorgeous pink hydrangea to brighten up my workspace. My desk area was made from pine planks that were in a bedroom where … Continue reading
Although I love our kitchen I really feel its time to give it a little spruce up. The dilemma however is that the units are oak and I want to paint them, however my other half thinks that this is … Continue reading
My blogging has been a bit lacking lately so apologies and I’m going to start a new weekly feature called ‘Colour of the Week’. To kick off my first post is on White. Its a colour we associate with purity … Continue reading
I’ve fallen in love …. with this gorgeous kitchen and words escape me (but not for long). What makes this kitchen so appealing? Is it the sharp, crisp brightness of the use of white, the old fashioned radiator, the beautiful … Continue reading