Events

Cinco de Mayo

If you sitting here looking for an excuse to drink margaritas, wear a sombrero and shake your maracas today is your lucky day!

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Now you could head to you local Mexican restaurant or better still host your own party. To set the tone you are going to need to decorate your table and I have found the perfect inspiration…

Cinco De Mayo themed table setting (image from Pinterest)

Cinco De Mayo themed table setting (image from Pinterest)

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Merry Christmas!

Zinc Star christmas ornament (image from indulgy.com)

 

The last job has just finished. After the last few months working around the clock to get here, it all feels a bit surreal…

Before I fall into a heap, I want to take this opportunity to wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Thank you for your support and I look forward to continuing our journey in 2015…

 

 

Earth Hour – 29th March at 8.30pm

At 8.30pm local time today – Saturday 29th March its EARTH HOUR!

Earth Hour 2014 launches their iPhone app to encourage people to go beyound the hour

Earth Hour 2014 launches their iPhone app to encourage people to go beyound the hour

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all is calm… all is bright…

C'est Noel (image by Marie Claire Maison)

C’est Noel (image by Marie Claire Maison)

C’est noel…
(It’s Christmas)

However you choose to spend this festive season I hope it will be in the company of close family and great friends.

This year has been big and exciting for Sabi Style. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the incredible people I have been lucky enough to work with. It is wonderful to be invited into someone’s home to help them and be part of making their dreams come true.

It has been so exciting to share what inspires me here on this blog as well as on TwitterPinterest and Instagram. Thank you to all of you who engage and connect this way. Through these mediums I have been so inspired by the creative people around me.

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

Travel and Adventure – Part II (Home to the shores of Loch Cuan)

There is something very special about returning home to where it all began.

When I round the bend and see this huge gorse bush I know I am truly home (image by Sabi Style)

When I round the bend and see this huge gorse bush I know I am truly home (image by Sabi Style)

 

I grew up in Northern Ireland and my early childhood was spent by the shores of Loch Cuan, an island studded sea lough.

It is more commonly known by its Old Norse name Strangford Lough. The fact that it has an Old Norse name gives you an indication to its rich history (of which Viking raiders play only a part). Continue reading