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|Oven gloves and recipe book c/o Homesense|
On my latest trip to HomeSense, I picked up this bag of gorgeous black and white Durham wheat pasta amongst. Admittedly, I fell in love with it because of the pretty black stripes which makes them almost too good to eat - I'm a sucker for black and white stripe as seen here. But I do love pasta and with the Autumn weather, a hearty bowl of pasta becomes more and more tempting especially when it comes in bow shape form!
Although I moved over to the UK eight months ago, I'm still working on making the house feel more like me and putting some of my finishing touches on things. Something I've been struggling with in a smaller house is storage for all my little bits and pieces. You would think that I don't have a lot of things, but it turns out I do!
I have always loved a black and white colour palette with an accent colour and that's what I've been looking to incorporate into my design aesthetic. Luckily, I was invited down to the Lincoln Homesense store to hunt out some unique and quirky touches to make my home feel more like me.
On our last day in Bath (see part one here) we decided to walk up to the Royal Crescent again and gaze longingly at the beautiful stately homes. We were blessed with sunshine which made these homes look all the more magical. I think if I could live anywhere in the world, Bath would be my number one choice. And I wouldn't mind my address ending in Royal Crescent at all!