Thursday 31 October 2013

The winner is....

Okay so I am a little embarrassed. I was One zillion Percent positive I had put the draw day as today, but after a sweet nudge of an email from a reader I was informed I put last week.... eek!

So I apologize, but I can proudly announce the winner, chosen by the random number generator, is.......

Zoe from Gypsy Sister with her Pinterest Pin... congratulations Zoe...

A massive thank you to everyone who entered and bearing with me on my little brain fart moment.... A huge huge thank you to Stella.... not only does she make awesome pottery but inspired me to take a course

On a separate note there are still a number of sponsorship slots for prime time November, email me at for deatils


Wednesday 23 October 2013

The botanical home of.... Musician Mileece Petre

Bohemian Living: The airstream home of Musician Milcee

Surely It couldn't get much better than this? An airstream caravan situated in your own mini botanical garden!

This dreamy bohemian habitat is the Home of English artist and musician Mileece Petre. Mileece is a multi-media and sonic artist who attaches electrodes to leaves and turns the data collected into musical notes so it is no surprise that her home be such a wonderful jungle.. I am totally captivated!

To see the full Interview visit the New York Times Here 
All images by Photographer Laurie Joliet 

Saturday 19 October 2013

Full Moon Give Away... Atelier Stella Ceramics

Full Moon Give Away: Atelier Stella Pottery, Tripod Succulent Planter

I am very excited to announce this giveaway. I am a massive fan of Atelier Stella pottery and have even managed to bag myself 3 of Stella's sell out pieces..... they are like gold-dust and her etsy sales sell out in about 30 minutes!!

So I was mega chuffed when Stella agreed to let one lucky Moon to Moon reader have one of these awesome little tripod planter dudes. Perfect size for a little succulent.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is visit Stellas tumblr and leave a comment below stating which is your favorite of her awesome pieces!! Simple.... (I am personally dreaming of a large planter)

Extra entries will be given for pin mentions, facebook mentions, and twit's.

The winner will be drawn on the 24th October and is a international giveaway. If leaving a message anon, please give a clue to who you are :)

A whole family of Atelier Pottery
My first Atelier Stella Purchase, a hanging Planter

Wednesday 16 October 2013

Coffee tables... center piece or dumping ground?

I haven't actually got a coffee table. My parents never really had one either, probably due to a pack of crazy Deerhounds (aka, the best dogs in the world) with waggling tails at coffee table height.

I really love all these pictures and have been wondering if it is what my living room needs, a well worn vintage wooden table to 'tie the room together', in reality though are they useful or just another Interior design concept that is great in theory but in reality, is another place to dump papers, accumulate dirty mugs and only making a well assembled appearance when visitors arrive?

Do you have an immaculate well presented coffee table or is yours a dumping ground too?

Purely decorative coffee table, featuring Amethyst and glass orbs
Vintage box as a coffee table with little green succulent
Coffee table Inventory
Tree Sections as a coffee table
Pretty flowers in vases: Coffee table

Tuesday 15 October 2013

Under your feet... Rugs and tiles..

I have been taking pictures of my feet on my travels for years. I am a bit of a lone ranger at times and don't take a good selfie (too much pouting and not photogenic) . I have been saving up other peoples 'foot selfies' for a few months and thought I would share the best of the feet and beautiful rugs and tiles. 
Plus one of my own foot selfies at the end... 

On a separate note...Only 3 days until the full moon, and this month sees the return of the Full Moon Giveaway... this one is super awesome so watch this space...

What to Compost...

I have been in my new home for a year and shamefully I have only just ordered myself a compost bin for the garden. In Bristol we do have a weekly compost collection from the council that goes to a large composting site, so it's not like it has been going in the bin, but it is defiantly time that my garden shares in my juicing, fresh coffee and avocado obsessions.

I love the list above found in Pinterest, sadly I cant find the original link. I would love a full scale colour picture of this on the side of my fridge.

Sunday 13 October 2013

Sunday Morning...

 Hope you are enjoying your Sunday Morning, what ever you are up to :)

Thursday 10 October 2013

Stealth Pickup Camper

"I took a 7 week coast to coast road trip after being laid off from Boeing. I didn’t have a camper but realized that being able to pull off the road at a rest or truck stop was the way to go to make the trip affordable. With a few sheets of 1/2” plywood and misc. hardware this is what I came up with. The effort was well worth the time and materials."
Paul Elkins

Images and Text from here

Tuesday 8 October 2013

Chelsea Hotel

Shirley Clarke, actress and choreographer, at Chelsea Hotel in 1970
Sam Shepard and Patti Smith Chelsea Hotel, New York, 1971 photo by Gerard Malanga
Robert Mapplethorpe by Patti Smith, as featured in 'Just Kids'

Nico and Robert Mapplethorpe
The Chelsea Hotel has seen a lot of action: Mark Rothko lived there. Sid Vicious killed Nancy Spungen there, Arthur C Clarke wrote 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Dylan Thomas drank himself to death there. Other famous lodgers included Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Leonard Coen, Patti Smith, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Allan Ginsberg, Edie Sedgewick and Chales Bukowski to name a few... and of course there is the Leonard Coen song recently covered by Lana Del Rey (which despite myself I like)

I have been collecting images for the last month of the infamous hotel after finishing one time Chelsea hotel resident Patti Smith's heart wrenching book 'Just Kids', about her friendship and relationship with Photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. If you haven't read it, you must. Just like Patti's music, it is well written , raw and honest... I haven't cried so much at the ending of a book for ages :)

Just Kids: Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith, Chelsea Hotel

Sunday 6 October 2013

Moroccan Inspired Seating...

Beautiful Bohemian seating area
Ultimate bohemian reading nook
Bohemian moroccan seating area
Kilim pillows, sheepskin throw and a corner seating area
Love the vinyl storage under the chairs

In the last post I featured conversation Pits, although beautiful they are rather large and probably not practical or financially possible in the normal home.

These Moroccan inspired seating areas above are a little more practical whilst a lot friendlier on the budget. A couple of Kilim pillows, a throw or two, maybe a small sheepskin, a worn teak or Jali table and you are on your way. Bohemian bliss!!