The True Sea

Slow Living, Inner Peace and Self Love

New home wish list


New Home Wish List | Chiaki Creates chiakicreates.comHello, my lovelies. I’ve moved house! My new home is by Brighton Pier and it’s everything that I’ve been wishing so hard for. It’s near the seafront, beautiful, cosy, serene, and my flatmate is a warm and intelligent woman. Every morning, I watch the sea through the floor-to-ceiling sitting room windows while drinking a cup of sencha. I couldn’t be happier!

I’ve been yearning to create a calm space for myself for a very long time. A space full of candlelight, fabulous textiles, gorgeous scents and things that make me smile. I can’t wait to frame my David Bowie 40th Anniversary picture discs and put my books on display after living sans bookshelves since June.

Rainbow Braided Round Rug // Myakka
Knubbig Cherry Blossom Table Lamp // Ikea
Orange Blossom Scented Candle // Parks
Leaf Plate in Grey // Indiska
Ashai Enamel Teapot in Turqouise // Indiska
Violet Lotus Tea Light Holder // eBay

2 thoughts on “New home wish list

  1. Congrats on your new home! I hope you settle in quickly and stay a while. Living ‘sans bookshelf’ is utterly unthinkable, how did you manage for so long? ;-) x

    • Thank you, my dear! I stacked my books on a table in my room just so I could see them. I stored my clothes in tote bags for those months in that spare room but living sans bookshelves is where I draw the line! ;) x

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