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SOPHIE BUSH This month, we were delighted to chat with Sophie Bush, founder of Warehouse Home, an internationally renowned magazine that provides essential interiors inspiration for every design enthusiast looking to channel vintage, industrial and reclaimed style in their home. Following the success of the magazine, Sophie has gone on to publish her first book, set up an interior design studio and this year launches the brand's paint range.  We first met Sophie when we were interviewed by her for Warehouse Home. We have not only found her magazine to be a great source of industrial design inspiration, but as a fellow independent business owner and entrepeneur, we have been really inspired by Sophie's passion and drive to turn Warehouse Home into such a global success.  Sophie has also curated her someday designs must-haves, and you can...

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JOANNA HAM This month, we chat with artist, illustrator and founder of HAM, Joanna Ham. Jo's playful monochrome silhouettes, brought to life through thoughtfully crafted wares, follows the adventures, escapades and social outings of her favourite character, Rabbit.  Jo is a someday collaborator (and now friend!). Her HAM prints are a bestseller, each one celebrating the fine line between work and play. We hope you enjoy hearing more about what inspires and motivates this talented, inspiring individual as much as we did.   We also asked Jo to curate her top 5 someday buys, and you can shop her edit here.  Over to Jo... 1. What are the top three things you enjoy most about your job? I love the variety and flexibility that...

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CATE ST HILL In our new interview series, we chat to inspiring people within the industry to find out more about their lives, interests and aspirations.  This month, we speak to Cate St Hill, an interiors writer, stylist and designer with a hugely successful blog and social media following. Cate shares our passion for minimal, understated design so we were delighted to chat with her about her love of simple design for everyday living...and we can't help but be a fan of her gorgeous dog, Francis!  1. Describe your own interior style. Simple, understated and timeless. I’m attracted to pared-back, Scandinavian-inspired spaces with neutral, understated decor that becomes a backdrop for everyday life 2. What 3 things do you love most about your home? My simple grey IKEA kitchen, it’s the...

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From Buyer to Design Collective Founder

someday designs founder, Emily Mayne was recently interviewed for Career Shifters, an inspiring organisation that is reinventing the traditional careers guidance format, helping people find and move into more fulfilling roles. Read the full interview below where Emily discusses how she realised her ambition of starting up on her own, following a successful 15 year career as a retail buyer and consultant.  “I'd talked about setting up on my own for years, but I was always too nervous to take the leap of faith.” Emily Mayne's trip to Australia introduced her to a new style of working that left her feeling driven and energised. So, she decided to launch her own business to enable her to carry on working in the same way. Here's how she...

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2LG STUDIO Introducing our new interview series where we chat to inspiring people within the industry to find out more about their lives, interests and aspirations.  First up are the lovely creative duo Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead of 2LG Studio. Based in South East London, their interior design and styling practice welcomes residential and commercial projects. Taking a personal approach to each; creating beautiful spaces through their distinctive colourful and elegant style.  We're big fans of their work. Let's see what they had to say..   1. What are the top three things you enjoy most about your job?  Every day is different.  We get to work together. We get to meet so many amazing people! - 2. What 3 things do you love...

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