Friday, 22 December 2017

Christmas in York

Hello everyone and happy December!!! Although this month has disappeared far too fast I can honestly say that this is one of the most festive December's I have experienced. I have made treats, had multiple Christmas dinners and crammed in as many Christmas films as humanly possible before it sadly becomes unacceptable again. One of my ultimate festivities I have completed this month was the opportunity to visit the Christmas markets in York, so much so I thought I would share a few of my favourite photos from the day to continue my festive feels - enjoy!  

(this photo is so aesthetically pleasing to me I couldn't not include it)

(can I eat them all?)

(how pretty!!)

Once we had explored the entirety of the pop up market, we decided to explore the York shambles, visited the Minster before finally finding the mulled wine stand and taking some very festive friendship photos. 

(creds: Kat)

I promise that 2018 will be blogging year - I already have a few posts lined up that I hope you will enjoy. Until then, I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and an even better New Year!


Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Interior Dreams | Carmel

Carmel is by far one of my favourite places I have had the oppertunity to visit! The small town is  entirely made up of quirky shops, bars and back streets filled with the cutest details every town should have (...aka fairy lights). On our first day we journeyed into town before spending the rest of our time in Carmel at the ranch.

The ranch we stayed at was beyond beautiful! The décor followed a set of earthy tones accompanied with simplistic decorations - complete interior dreams!

Everything about this ranch was breathtaking. Before we left the following day I spent the entire afternoon exploring the grounds and taking photographs.

Thank you for having us back Carmel! We miss you 


Sunday, 27 August 2017

Pastel Sunsets | Santa Barbara

Our second destination was Santa Barbara, a one-night stop over on the California coast. Before we checked into our hotel we explored the costal side of the city, walking along the harbour and out onto the pier, looking out onto the Santa Ynez Mountains.

(what a beaut backdrop)

Venturing back into the city centre I fell completely in awe with its beauty. The Mediterranean-style white buildings with their red-tile roofs reflect the city's Spanish colonial heritage. As a cacti lover I especially loved the plant decor - so cute!!

Even though we only stayed in the city for one night, I fell in love with the aesthetic of Santa Barbara. By nightfall the city seemed to be engulfed in pastel, fading from pinks to purples to blues.

(I have a thing for pretty sunsets)

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