The BBC Radio2 feel good gardens have been designed to calm the body, relax the mind and feel good.Each garden is named after BBCRadio2 DJs including Anneka Rice-colour garden, Chris Evans-taste garden, Jo Whiley-scent garden, Jeremy Vine-tactile garden, Zoe Ball-listening garden.
The amazing gold medal winner of the urban garden design RHS Chelsea show Love love love!
Artisan gardens at RHS Chelsea show. Sometimes the artisan gardens are more creative than the big show gardens
Amazing colours at RHS Chelsea! Loving the orange tulips and the floral arrangements created on a Tuk Tuk taxi
There’s an urban wild animal theme happening, not just at RHS Chelsea but also around Sloane Square shops in Chelsea London
My favourite of all the show gardens at RHS Chelsea 2017
My favourite views of the prize winning show gardens
The Arc bi-green unit eco-pod style house sponsored by Thermoprotect
Cool design and interesting shaped.
Linda Barker in her designed sitting room of the Traditionally British home sponsored by Thomas Sanderson.
The front of the Traditional British home
A view of the kitchen area. Love the copper taps
The Time Saving house sponsored by Barclays
A bedroom in the time saving house with Scandi style and metallics from Wayfair.co.uk
The Ideal Home Show gardens section
Love this Moroccan themed garden
The Good Homes Magazine roomsets
Couldn’t miss the press preview of the David Bowie retrospective at the V&A or the last minute matinee tickets we had obtained for the Book of Mormon today- even though I had been in bed with flu for last 3 days. So I emerged from the sick-bed leaving germs behind and excitement overtaking the flu-exhaustion.
The Bowie exhibition was just amazing- it assailed all senses. Reactive headphones to each exhibit allowed you to hear, see and completely experience Bowie from teenage career beginning to his tours, films, art and all aspects of his life. Bowie was my complete pin-up idol and I saw all his live concerts when I was in my 20’s so this was like living my past life for 2 hours again. I could have spent half a day there as there was so much to see, finishing with a room of giant video screens playing his last concert- it was nearly the same experience as being at the actual concert.
Just an amazing visual and all consuming sensory experience.
and then when I thought the day couldn’t get any better we laughed our way through the Book of Mormon.
It was sooooo camp and so funny that there was no mascara left on my lashes by the time it had ended-all cried off from laughing so much. Words cannot describe it except for camp, irreverent and brilliant…
I cannot recommend both experiences enough!. Rush to buy your tickets. You won’t be sorry.
I could go all over again. The best-est day !