heather jenkinson

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (35 of 37)
Location: London, UK
In My Own Words:
London based interior designer, colour consultant. Lover of bicycles, sweet ginger tea, modernist architecture, quiet moments, mindful chatter, sunny days...
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 959,828 - Total Helpful Votes: 35 of 37
Asics Women's Gel-1140 Walker (D) Walking Shoe Asics
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Being a cyclist, I'm not that familiar with walking shoes and so when I heard that we were going to be hiking as well as cycling (great distances), I wanted to buy something that would be suitable for hiking in Wales and the occasional 'power walk' here in London. These were perfectly good and I didn't even get a blister! I have since learned that for proper hiking, you do need ankle support but for the fairweather walker, these were great.

Also, I have to commend supplier Galaxy Sports for ensuring I received the shoes in time for my holiday - they even ammended the order so the shoes were sent directly to the hostel (out in the sticks) in deepest darkest Wales. Thank you, I… Read more
Decorate: 1000 Professional Design Ideas for Every&hellip by Holly Becker
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Do not be fooled, this is not just a pretty face, it is an outstanding reference for anyone passionate about making their house and/or apartment, a living, breathing, aspirational home. Right from the very first page, what strikes me is that an enormous amount of love (and hard work!) went into creating this. This is not just a collection of images for others to 'ooh & ahhh' over, it's an entirely different animal. By collating a thousand ideas and concepts; explaining the how and, mostly importantly, the why, Holly & Joanna have added something of real value to our lives because what this book is really saying is: good design belongs to you, too! And that's about an inclusive as you can… Read more
2000 Colour Combinations: For Graphic, Web, Textil&hellip by Garth Lewis
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I was fortunate enough to have been taught by Garth Lewis at Central Saint Martins and his teachings on colour were on of the best things about that degree. He has since retired and so I was just thrilled when he published this book because it is, essentially, that course (and more) in 336 pages. This means that I now have an archive, of sorts to refer back to when I need to. I've been running my own interior design business, specialising in Colour Consultancy for the last five years and his teachings still influence my work. I cannot recommend this book highly enough - it sits proudly next to the other colour masters, Johannes Itten, Josef Albers, Shigenobu Kobayashi etc.