Sunday Style 13/ St Dominic’s Cottage

This home will brighten your day as well as feed your interior aspirations simply. If you’re thinking about adding a pop of colour to your home, but a bit nervous about painting the walls, then here’s the inspiration you need. Think vibrant, cool and homely. Inky blues (which calls to mind feelings of calmness or serenity) and the rich luxe materials, compliment the warm original features of St Dominic’s Cottage in Ditchling.

The soulful atmosphere can be soaked up whilst drinking a nice coffee from Wedgewood’s Rococo inspired chinoiserie mug (sorry that was a mouthful) perched on the velvet sofa. This spot is perfect for curling up and day dreaming on a lazy Sunday, whilst inspiring when you treat yourself to a day working from home. Nothing spells cosy than soft to touch fabric and personal touches.

Accessorise with objects that you truly love and that are drear to you. This will create an authentic home that is deeply your own. St Dominic’s Cottage boasts lots of shelving space which is perfect to showcase books, journals, trinkets and candles. So keep it cool, keep it classy, and have a look through these style steals…

1/ Simple Sewing Machine by Singer, available at Hobbycraft |  £145

2/ Gold Glass Votive by Perch & Parrow |  £22

3/ Pooleside Gossip by Slim Aarons |  £195

4/ Wonderlust Rococo Mug by Wedgewood | £64

5/ Fresh Coffee by Redeoaster  |  find your favourite here

6/ Petrol Velvet Cushion by My Little Wish  |  £40

7/ Wicker Round Log Basket by Distinctive Chesterfields  |  £1,595

8/ Acacia Wood Drink Trolley by Oliver Bonas |  £435