I’m Clare. I’m an interior designer, educator and Mum of 3 crazy boys.

I help designers, decorators and home renovators with the design and renovation process.

I’ve helped hundreds of clients and students create beautiful homes via my online courses, workshops, design services and renovation resources.

And I look forward to helping you as well! :)

How to update your bathroom without renovating

I'm sure many of us have a bathroom renovation on our wishlist (myself included!) but for most of us it will be a while before we have the budget to create our dream space. So today I've taken inspiration from the bathroom below and compiled a design board with 12 inexpensive ways to update the styling in your bathroom. You too can create a relaxed, modern space without the price tag!

I'm currently working on the first in my series Mums in Design where I will be interviewing Mum's from the design world and asking them all about how they've adapted their homes and style to accommodate their little people. The first mum I'm featuring is currently 39 weeks pregnant so I am hoping to get the interview done before bub arrives. So stay tuned  - I hope to have it up by the end of the week - as long as bub doesn't arrive before then!

Take this outfit | Make this [bath]room: 

Fashion picture source

Bathroom picture source

01 Kontextur toilet brush

02 Sheridan bath towels

03 Tiles from Academy Tiles

04 Soap 'belly'

05 Omvivo Neo resin basin

06 Bathmat

12 styling ideas for updating your bathroom without renovating:

01 Linen bath towels from The Foxes Den

02 Robe hook

03 Gentleman's Brand Co. body wash

04 Candles from Northern Light 

05 Magazine rack

06 Fresh flowers - the best style update for any bathroom (image source)

07 Uashmama 'paper bag' - great for storing cotton buds, putting a pot plant in, holding perfume bottles - just about anything!

08 Murchison Hume cleaning products

09 Toothbrush from The Foxes Den

10 Aesop hand soap

11 Black tumbler from Reece bathrooms

12 Egg Cup stool from Mark Tuckey

Mums in design | Emily Hollier

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