Wonderfully warm and woolly welcomes to you all today.
Today I am going to share a visit that my wonderfully warm royally appointed parents over at Tigerlily Makes took me on last year to the V & A museum.
Where do I begin? There's so much to say about the V & A, so much history set within one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole of London.
Firstly I should say that the museum is BIG and has several overwhelmingly interesting historical departments, so much so that you will really need to spend the whole day there if not a couple if you can spare it.
Even the staircases are set with beautifully preserved woodwork and amazingly designed floor tiles, mosaics and the like. Not to mention the ceilings, light fittings and architecture - not only in the restaurant but the whole building throughout.
Pictured are just some of the desgin features of the V & A from the Museum rooms themselves to floor tiling and the decandance of the light fittings in the tea rooms.Thank you for taking the time to visit Tigerlily Makes The Felt-making Blog Lisa X Thank you for taking the time to visit Tigerlily Makes The Felt-making Blog Lisa X All content and design work, including text, photos, etc are © copyright 2013 Lisa Marie Olson owner of Tigerlily Makes (unless otherwise stated and named whereby copyright resides with said named person)and cannot be copied without prior permission from the copyright owner. www.tigerlilymakes.co.uk www.facebook.com/tigerlilymakes www.twitter.com/tigerlilymakes