Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Nooks & Crannies


I was really excited last Thursday when I found the latest edition of Homes & Interiors Scotland in our local newagent. After a riffle through at the counter, I found our lovely little feature in Nooks & Crannies, they've got us right down to a tea, a lovely little write up.
Also featured this month is a little bit in the arts section about the Perthshire Open Studios event and also a fab article on my friend Pennys' super new home that her and her husband have built on the shores of Loch Tay. Penny has the most adorable shop in Aberfeldy, Homer, so it's no wonder her home looks so amazing.
So if you fancy a good read and can get a hold of this magazine ( it's probably only available in Scotland I would imagine??) it's all in the September/October edition.
A big thank you to Gillian for putting the article together for us.
L xx

12 comments:

. said...

As I was reading the article, I was thinking how good must be living in such a place. I really liked the description of"...in its lush grounds, just past the vegetable garden..."
Looks like a bit of heaven!

Gingham and Flowers said...

Congratulations Lisa. Looks like a lovely article. I hope it brings you lots of new visitors. Fiona

Vanessa said...

The article really does sum up a visit to Primrose Hill. You will have to let us know if it has the desired effect of bringing in crowds of folk. I am sure it will!

Just watched the video clip your sister sent you, it really spooked out Eve, when asked who that lady was with the ears I said it was Lisa from Scotland with the chickens, she said 'Ahh, but Lisa did not have ears like that'!

She loved the cat though!

Vanessa x

Gingham and Flowers said...

Me again! Thanks for the lovely long comment and the Wedding congratulations and suggestions. I will definitely check Martha out. Would love a link thank you as hopefully the ex will not now find this new blog.

Gingham and Flowers said...

Me again! Thanks for the lovely long comment and the Wedding congratulations and suggestions. I will definitely check Martha out. Would love a link thank you as hopefully the ex will not now find this new blog.

Wild Rose said...

Hi Lisa,

Congratulations on your magazine feature ~ how exciting!

Marie x

Pam said...

Hi Lisa, will definitely ask my daughter to hunt out a copy to bring down in a couple of weeks. Looks fantastic!

P x

Pipany said...

All sorts of good things seem to be happening in the land of craft blogs and this is just great too Lisa. Many, many congrats - the article looks amazing xx

My Baboo said...

Hi Lisa, thanks for your post, how kind of you to get in touch. I'm originally from Dunkeld so know your part of the world well - and I'm just finishing an order for Homer! Looks like we will have lots to talk about at Country Living - all tips appreciated.

Look forward to meeting you,

Lynne

Barbara Jacksier said...

I wish we could get a copy in The States. I find the British version sometimes but not the Scottish edition. Your feature looks lovely.

Primrose Hill said...

Thank you all for the lovely comments, it's great when the hard work of doing P.R. comes to fruition!

L x

tea and cake said...

Wow, Lisa, this looks fab! I did pick up a copy in Borders, but it was too heavy to lug on the train! This is wonderful for you, well done, YOU! love, Karen xx