Rose is full of life. She loves animals especially horses. Daisy is a ray of sunshine, happiest on the rope swing outside her dad’s workshop, singing just for the sake of it. The two girls and their older sister live in a timber framed house built by their parents, Karina and Rob Heard. Have a look at the girl’s beds…dreamy. Rob also creates amazing Bough House sculptures, inspired by the rolling countryside surrounding his home. Karina works for her husband.
Rose and Daisy
What do you want to be when you grow up R: a vet, or a zoo keeper. Not sure about all the poo though!! D: a singer in a lovely dress
What is your favourite famous person R: David Attenborough D: Johnny Depp
What makes you happy or laugh R: My friends and family D: Phoebe my best friend
What makes you sad or angry R: Hachi (the film) D: me too….it’s really sad
Your favourite films and books R: Jurassic Park D: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Your favourite animal R: horses or maybe big cats, like leopards D: hedgehogs, they’re really cute
The best holidays you ever had R: visiting our cousin Hattie in France, we swam all day. D: when we went to the big museum in Scotland with Grannie.
A place that you would dream to visit R: Hawaii because the sun would shine and we could build dens on the beach D: …and jump off a waterfall and have a fire on the beach that we could cook food on.
Your favourite outfit R: anything I can get dirty in the garden D: A summer dress when the sun is shining.
What is the piece your like the most from your wardrobe R: my hoody (Joules) D: my pretty skirt from my cousin (Jean Bourget)
The next item you would be happy to get R: new crocs D: yeh, new crocs, orange ones
Something you did recently that you really loved R: I did a photo shoot and a video with daddy’s Bough Houses….I was a star for the day! D: I helped too. We had our hair done and make-up too.
If you had a magic wand, what would you do with it right now? R: I’d do a flying spell so I could fly D: me too….but I’d like a big pile of cookies too!
Your favourite children’s brands Boden, Joules and anything French or Scandinavian.
What do you buy online? Most things. Living where we do means a long journey to the nearest city.
A website that inspires you Gudrun Sjoden. She bases each seasons work on a trip to a different part of the world. It’s so colourful. I wish she would do childrens clothes!
Last item you added to your child’s wardrobe An angora cardigan by Noa Noa that I found in a charity shop! It was a bargain.
Most precious item you bought for your child There’s just something about their first socks…they’re sooo tiny!!
Best gift you gave for a child’s B-day My eldest daughter, Lily 11, is really into Rennie Macintosh. This year I surprised her with a trip to The Glasgow School of Art. She wants to study there when she’s older
Items that are hard to find Good quality, simple cotton clothes for girls that aren’t pink!!
Favourite pieces in your child’s wardrobe Often things that they have all worn at sometime. I have the first pair of red wellingtons that my son had when he was little. He’s 21 now and all the girls have worn them too. They will always sit on the boot rack.
The book on your bedside table ‘I Capture the Castle’- Dodie Smith, ‘The Shipping News’- E. Annie Proulx.
The music in your ipod When I got my ipod I gave it to each of my friends and asked them to put a couple of their favourite tracks on it. I put it on shuffle and try to guess who’s who.
A film that you saw recently and that staid with you? The Woman in Black. Robert and I saw the stage show years ago and wanted to see how they filmed it. It’s really scarey!!
The film that you love to see with the whole family? Usually Harry Potter
An unforgettable place you’ve travelled to I hate the cold but I have to say that my trip to Orkney was just amazing.
The ideal place for a family summer holiday Well the girls have made Hawaii sound just lovely!!