Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Keeping warm with Hunter Chelsea boots via Ollie & Sebs Haus

I do love an outdoor shoe that I can just throw on; maybe to potter around in the garden or to go an autumn walk, I still want them to be stylish and practical for me. Something that is good to throw on with a pair of jeans and a cosy winter jumper, or even wear with a skirt, skill managing to look good. Lets be honest, for me most of the time the weather in Glasgow is wet and miserable, so these Hunter Chelsea boots are perfect for that weather. I am that person that likes to keep my trainers pristine white, I shamefully clean them after wearing and neatly put them back in their box. So when the weather is pouring and I don’t want to dirty my trainers I am happy to put on my Chelsea boots and give them a quick wipe down after wearing.

I get chilly just looking at these pictures, as they were taken in late summer. But it shows how you can wear the all year round. I am just looking forward to wearing them when and if it snows; even to walk the kids round to school, they will be so practical.

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Night Owl lights by Nicholas Wiig Hansen via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Night Owl lights by Nicholas Wiig Hansen via Ollie & Sebs Haus

Night Owl lights by Nicholas Wiig Hansen via Ollie & Sebs Haus

We’ve all noticed the nights getting darker and its made me realise my lighting pretty much sucks at home.  I also need to confess, that we have been in this house a little over a year now and I still have not narrowed down ceiling lights in any room.  I really need to make a decision, commit and buy!  The problem is there are far too many lovely lights to pick from.  Today I noticed the Night Owl lights by Nicholas Wiig Hansen over on April and May’s blog and thought the informal table lamp would be a good addition to any room.  I like how the light can be positioned in for different angles and when turned casts a downward light, creating something soft and ambient.  The Night Owl has a lot of personalty, I just couldn’t decide which colour.

Soft tones via Ollie & Sebs Haus

I shared this image on my Instagram this week and wanted to share it on here also. Love the soft tones and couple of new ceramic pieces.

Cup from Hasami Porcelain
White vase from Catcooee
Small white bowl from Kabinshop