Here at Earthborn we have had another busy year teaming up with like minded bloggers and brands to bring inspirational interior décor ideas to you for your home. With 2021 coming to a close it seems the perfect time to reflect on the last 12 months.
In case you missed anything we have highlighted some of our favorite projects below:
We were delighted when Molly & Harriet the founders of The Secret Linen Store approached us. Molly & Harriet were looking to use some of our Claypaint colours in their cosy bedroom theme photoshoot. With a brand ethos closely aligned to our own in terms of sustainability, it was the perfect partnership. Our colours Cat’s Cradle and Paw Printlooked amazing under the spotlight and worked perfectly in showcasing their beautiful 100% linen bedding.
Secret Linen bedding next to Cat’s Cradle and Paw Print
Instagrammer and blogger Jane was redecorating her spare room and wanted a neutral colour palette to tie in with the rest of her home. The colour also needed to compliment the space which was multi functional, being used as a laundry room, dressing room and work room. Choosing our colour Tom’s bakery Jane managed to create this stunning look. Check out her calming and inspirational blog Tea with Ruby here.
@teawithruby Spare bedroom in colour Tom’s Bakery
We were thrilled to work with Joey Kendal in helping her decorate two bedrooms in her home. Following the theme of bringing the outside in we were excited to see how our colours would look in two real life bedrooms. Using our colour Secret Room for her sons Knox’s bedroom and Kissing Gate for the second bedroom, we just love this stylish makeover and we know you will too!
@joeykendalbrown bedrooms using colours Secret Room and Kissing Gate
Claire Wainwright Instagram influencer redecorated her living room using our colour Feather Pillow which perfectly complements the newly installed panelling. Whilst redecorating, it was important to create a play area space within the living area. Cleverly this was achieved by adding a fun pop of colour using Humpty Dumpty in the shape of a house. Adding a small table & chairs along with useful storage helped complete this transformation.
@thegreeneyedgirl using colour Feather pillow and Humpty Dumpty
After living in LA for over 10 years, Louise Roe lived back to the British Countryside. Wanting to lovingly renovate their period home she chose Crocky Road for the walls and cupboards in her daughter’s bedroom. The inspirational interior transformation is not only elegant but child friendly, including a mix of antiques and sweet children’s accessories.
@louiseroehome using Crocky Road for her daughters bedroom
We hope that you take away some inspiration for your own homes and can’t wait to see your projects in 2022 make sure you share and tag us in your creations #Earthbornbyme