Beautiful Victorian home in the east end of London as seen in House to Home.
Here’s something you probably didn’t know about me – I’m a ping pong junkie. Should I say that out loud? Well, maybe junkie is a bit strong, but you get the picture.
In honour of this favoured past-time, I also wanted to share some shots of The Book Club in London. This cultural hang-out of sorts is located in London’s east end. It’s a spot for talks, readings, live music…and yes, ping pong.
This is my kind of place. Thanks to Miss Moss for the introduction.
Well, I’m back from holiday, but I have to admit, I’m in need of another vacation. This one didn’t turn out exactly as planned. Our entire household got sick. Sadly, the baby got it the worst of all. Not fun. So here I am, lying in bed, dreaming of my next getaway.
Let’s start in London. A few days at The Boundary Hotel would be a good fix. This hotel was designed by Conran & Partners. It’s located in a converted Victorian warehouse in the Shoreditch district. There are only 17 guestrooms and each one pays homage to a designer or design movement. Take that plus a fabulous rooftop and cafe and I might just start feeling a tad better.