Your choice of designer and your choice of design

Sally Crawford

Interior art for windows, walls and doors

The single best way of improving one's life, it is said, is to ensure a good night's sleep (and every good wish to anyone still stuck on the roads or at an airport by the way). As a single household, I decided to think about my own sleeping arrangements.

As a result I've rebuilt my bed. Wider. I extended the bases sideways, ordered a customised section of medium density foam with a snug-fitting mattress cover and voilà.

The bed is now 194cm long, 106cm WIDE (as opposed to the more common 75 or 90cm). Anyone who loves the freedom of a single bed and has a cat will understand. The cost was relatively modest: £83.98 for foam mattress (incl. VAT and shipping), £34.09 for mattress cover, total £118.07. The extra bed bases were recycled from some shelving.

Recycled shelf units used to make storage and a bedside pigeonhole

ring mannequin  Morplan
ring                      designer's own
hairbrush             Boots
watch                   Swatch 
                               Once Again
bag                       Earth Squared
pen                       PaperMate


Art window frame lighting: If you like full or minimal window coverage or curtains open a crack, you've got it here, whatever your mood; whatever the weather, customised LED to light your space.

Curtains by Debenhams

Contact: sallycrawfordartanddesign[at]

There's no need to replace a plain tile splashback if it's doing its job. Here's a stencil design to liven it up a bit.
Contact: sallycrawfordartanddesign[at]

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