The House That Bloggers Built

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“I’m Alice Dunbar, and I’ve been asked to style a bedroom in a beautiful family home, as part of a ridiculously exciting project for Brighton-based interiors bloggers!”

Well, that’s something I never thought I’d say!

A few weeks ago, having decided to steer my blog in a more interiors-focused direction, I nervously approached the YouJuice Cafe on North Road in Brighton. A local blogger (who I now know as the lovely Jasmin from Brick Dust Baby), had organised a meet up for Brighton-based interiors bloggers, instagrammers & professionals, so I just knew I had to go and say hello!


Delicious juice-based (so totally healthy) cocktail in hand, I got chatting to a whole host of people, including gorgeous fellow blogger Fifi McGee & some talented industry professionals.

Nearing the end of the night, Jasmin announced one of the real reasons she’d brought everyone together: to find a group of bloggers to take part in her exciting new project, The House That Bloggers Built. She was renovating a beautiful family home in Brighton, and wanted to allocate each room to a different blogger for them to style. The bloggers would compete (for fun, of course), and it would be filmed as a YouTube series.

So you’ll only imagine my excitement when I got a message a few days later asking me to style the middle bedroom! Due to be painted in a delicate blush pink, Jasmine thought it would be right up my pastel-obsessed street! Naturally I jumped at the chance, and got straight to creating a moodboard for the space!


Look! It’s me!

Fifi McGee, Brick Dust Baby, Mad About The Boys & Hello Pea Green are also styling a room each, with more bloggers being announced every day! To keep updated, go ahead & follow this exciting (and super fun!) project over on Instagram.

How would you style a teen-inspired bedroom? Do you have any tips for my first ‘proper’ styling project?

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