Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Canvas Pop Give-Away!


Fabulous wall art give-away...with Canvas Pop!

Hi everyone. Following on from my last post, I'm really pleased to offer you all a great discount and give away with Canvas Pop!

I recently worked on a few shots with photographer Emma Lewis and Trinske of Dutch brand HK Living and one of our favourite images has been reproduced onto this fantastic canvas.

I think these canvases would make a great gift and the whole process couldn't be easier. You can upload a photo from the computer via your camera, facebook or instagram. A step-by-step process takes you through the format, size and even an option to add text to make it personal and totally unique.

The process from start to finish was surprisingly fast and easy. I'm a huge fan of Instagram, so to be able to download your pictures from there was a bonus, but if you want to make it really easy, you can just download pictures from your phone onto the computer and you'll be ready to go. I'm really pleased with the result!

Just click on the competition link HERE to win your own 16x20 canvas
or to get a 35% discount off an entire order by May 2nd, simply enter the discount code TRENDDAILY35 on-line when you make your purchase.

Shipping is to Canada, USA and the EU!





Enter here to win with CANVAS POP!

Enter TRENDDAILY35 when ordering for 35% DISCOUNT



hk living (marble board & wooden bowls on canvas)



skandivis (letter mug)

whittard (glass teapot and cup)


Thursday, 14 April 2016

Styling Details...


Test shooting and location scouting...

What better way to spend your days off than teaming up with a talented photographer, discovering a new location and producing a few test shots. Emma Lewis and I did just that recently, first at Pennard House and then a few hours snatched here at home.

Re-locating to a new area is daunting and exciting in equal measures, but when you discover great suppliers, artists and retail outlets on your doorstep, it's fantastic to get in touch and team up on creative projects. Here are a few shots we took over the two days!

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Wooden plates and bowls from HK Living. This shot of me, taken by Emma will feature in a wall art give-away in the next post! 


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Deli items and bowls, Waitrose. Marble chopping board, HK Living.

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Stunning silk blooms, Atlas flowers. Location, Pennard House.

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Angel wings and mirror, Cox & Cox. Location, Pennard House.

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 Vase selection, HK Living. Location, Pennard House.

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 Stag head and light garland, Cox & Cox. Location, Pennard House.

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Faux silk bloom, Atlas Fowers.








Wednesday, 2 December 2015

A visit to... Yeo Valley Organic Garden


A sketching day with natasha clutterbuck and The Simple Things Magazine...

Happy December everyone and a huge thank you to all of you who have stuck by me during such a long break away from the blogging world! We have made a big family move, which I will post about later, but for now I wanted to finally tell you about a fabulous day out.

A few weeks ago, I booked on to a sketching day with The Simple Things Magazine and Somerset artist Natash Clutterbuck at the fabulous Yeo Valley Organic Garden. I first came across Natasha's stunning drawings via Garden's Illustrated and the beautiful photgraphy of Andrew Montgomery. Knowing little more about Yeo Valley than the TV adverts and yoghurt pots on the supermarket shelves, I was intrigued to take a trip to their HQ to find out what they were all about and see Natasha's work in person.

If you are ever in Somerset, it's well worth checking on the Yeo Valley events page to see what's on. The family owned farm is an incredibly slick and impressive operation and you can only admire how they have turned a humble dairy farm of just 30 cows into the thriving organic commercial business that it is today. I found the whole background to the family and the brand inspiring in an industry that must be so incredibly tough to survive in. Their story is well worth a read.

Artist in residence, Natasha, uses natural, local raw ingredients for her drawings-charcoal from the Somerset levels, red iron ore and ochres from the Mendip Hills, mud and oak bark. I love her free style sketching and subject matter-locally grown vegetables from friends' gardens and allotments and, of course, the stunning Yeo Valley kitchen garden!



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 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists

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 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine


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 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine

 caroline davis, stylist, trend daily blog, yeo valley organic garden, a visit to, artists, the simple things magazine
The Yeo Valley Canteen is open for lunch five days a week, with 5 chefs working in HQ to produce absolutely deicious food.
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Natasha's wonderful drawings and home studio, photgraphed by Andrew Montgomery.
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photography by andrew montgomery, natasha clutterbuck artist, yeo valley organic garden, the simple things magazine, caroline davis stylist, trend daily blog

photography by andrew montgomery, natasha clutterbuck artist, yeo valley organic garden, the simple things magazine, caroline davis stylist, trend daily blog








Wednesday, 15 July 2015

paints & colour....



pride & joy paints... my styling

Have you heard of Pride & Joy paints yet? They do a great range of 769 colours, so I picked out a few of my favourite ones for some colour mood boards. The family run company was founded in Finland in 1948 and as so typical of Scandinavian products, has always kept environmental concerns to the fore. They produce a great range of colour cards and sample swatches. I hope these mood boards encourage you to try some different colour combinations!

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orange PJ8387; blue PJ8281; green PJ8383; yellow PJ8186 


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blue PJ9281; plum PJ9488; green PJ9285; pink PJ9188 


Pride & Joy paints, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paints and colour, interiors, moodboards
top down yellow PJ8585; blue PJ8681; plum PJ9388; green PJ9185 


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pale blue PJ8481; green PJ9485; blue PJ9481; orange 8487

Vintage baker's tray used as the background, from a selection at home barn


Monday, 29 June 2015

styling details...



my styling for the launch of blue gigi...

Meet Leila Brink, Mum of 3 and owner of brand new Moroccan rug emporium Blue Gigi. A few months ago, I had the pleasure to work with Leila and photographer Paul Craig on her very first shots for the launch of her new brand. Leila turned up at the fabulous Brixton East Studios with her 4x4 laden from top to bottom with rugs and props and we literally got stuck in!  We had great fun putting the shots together in a pretty tight timescale, which makes you think on the hoof and gets the adrenalin running!

Having travelled to Morocco and Egypt many times as a child with her parents, Leila grew up with a love and appreciation of the decorative beauty in the painstakingly and lovingly handcrafted pieces that adorned people's homes. It was during a holiday on the Ile de Re that Leila met Vincent Bas, and so began the story of Blue Gigi. Vincent introduced Leila to the historical traditions, methods and meanings of tribal rugs in Morocco from his home in Marakkech and together they now source the best they can find for clients' homes here in the UK.

Blue Gigi is a truly personalised rug-finding service, where the client's needs, tastes and home are carefully considered before recommendations are made by Leila. And if she doesn't have in stock exactly what you need, she and Vincent will source it for you. Each piece is chosen for its 'meaning, history and beauty,' and what I loved about them was that each one is truly individual and unique-real investment pieces and family heirlooms.

I hope you like the shots we put together and do jump over to Leila's brand new website!






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blue gigi, moroccan rugs, styling details, home decor, soft furnishings, floor rugs, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paul craig photographer, brixton east studios

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blue gigi, moroccan rugs, styling details, home decor, soft furnishings, floor rugs, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paul craig photographer, brixton east studios

blue gigi, moroccan rugs, styling details, home decor, soft furnishings, floor rugs, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paul craig photographer, brixton east studios

blue gigi, moroccan rugs, styling details, home decor, soft furnishings, floor rugs, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paul craig photographer, brixton east studios

blue gigi, moroccan rugs, styling details, home decor, soft furnishings, floor rugs, trend daily blog, stylist caroline davis, paul craig photographer, brixton east studios

Thursday, 25 June 2015

launch...



murmur a/w15...

I was recently sent some lovely photography from brand new home and lifestyle brand 'Murmur'. I loved the look of their products and gorgeous muted palette, so I thought I'd share it with you!

Designed under the UK's leading bedding and bath brand Bedeck, the range has been put together by Bedeck's head of design Julie Hall. Formerly a freelance fashion artist in London and New York, Julie moved back to Ireland in the 1980's where she became involved in the traditional linen industry, helping to move it forward in the design and development of contemporary linen products. Moving to Bedeck as head of design in 2006, she has now established a dynamic in-house creative studio, also responsible for their other licenced brands, including Harlequin and Designer's Guild-quite an achievement. And if this wasn't enough, Julie still finds time to paint, walk and is training to become a yoga teacher!

Murmur is Bedeck's first homeware collection, designed in-house, with pieces crafted and sourced from Portugal to Thailand. The comprehensive range showcases a combination of modern and rustic, in ceramics, glassware, kitchen textiles and accessories, bedlinen, towels, soft furnishings, basketware, stationery and even fragrance.

The colour palette is soft and natural, with materials such as sea grass, ash, acacia wood, wool and linen, all working beautifully together to produce a hand crafted look which I really love. The range launches on September 10th 2015 and will be available from the following retailers:

selected Fenwicks and Bentalls department stores

Prices range from £4 for the stem napkins, £6 for small speckle bowls, £7.50 for Acacia spoons, from £17 for the Dune bedlinen, £35 for the Bud Grey cushion and £85 for a pinstripe robe.


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a/w 2015, bedeck, trend-daily blog, caroline davis, home and lifestyle accessories

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