Homegirl London is a lifestyle blog and interior design blog. I feature positive, original and regular content around my two loves of homes and London. You’ll find heaps of directional and inspiring interior design ideas covering contemporary, traditional, shabby chic, industrial, vintage and mid century modern styles. I showcase plenty of stylish furniture, home accessories and unusual gifts. I also write about furniture stores, London restaurants, interior design trends, cult beauty products and fabulous fashion finds. Here’s a taste of what you can expect …
I started this blog in April 2012 with help from my Homeboy who created the website and provides 24 hour technical support (poor thing). My professional career has been in brand public relations but my passion lies in homes and interiors. This stems from painting and decorating to pay my way through college and working on building sites with my dad and brothers to fund university. If you want to find out my real identity then track me down via LinkedIn. Please connect with me via all my social media and you can find me on Google+.
Want to go shopping? Check out my links page which features my favourite home, lifestyle, fashion and beauty online stores plus travel companies. Designer-makers I’ve interviewed are also listed and so are the London shops I’ve written about. Just click on the bag above to go through to the shopping area.
I’d like to say a special thanks to the following for writing lovely articles about Homegirl London – BuzzFeed, Amara Living LuxPad, Jessica Zoob, Barker and Stonehouse, The Good Web Guide, The Ecologist, Designers’ Block and Glass Jars and Photographs.
Thanks for visiting, I hope you enjoy reading my blog.
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Content / Prices: All content is written by the blog owner and editor Homegirl London in good faith about products I like. This doesn’t mean that I have actually tried or tested these products so you should carry out your own research. If you are interested in a product you should check the current purchase price and any delivery charges via the retailer’s website. I recommend that you also note the date of each blog post, which can be found at the top of the article, because some information may be out of date if the post is old. Once a post has been released I do not go back to update prices or information. Content will usually remain on the website for a minimum of six months unless I feel the need to remove it for any reason that I deem necessary.
Affiliate Partnerships: Affiliate partners are listed on my Links page. If you click through to the website and buy via my blog I will receive a small commission. Please note that I am not responsible for any purchases that you make from the affiliate companies or any grievances which may arise (or from any other companies, businesses or websites mentioned on my blog). Rather than put direct links to a product I will put a link to the retailer’s website, this is to minimise dead links when the products are no longer available.