Shining a light on The Prop House Mums

Shining a light on The Prop House Mums

We asked The Prop House mums about their ultimate Mother’s Day breakfast and what type of flowers you’d find on their tables come Mother’s Day… Heather What does your ideal Mother’s Day morning/ breakfast look like? I am alone in a 5-star hotel enjoying room service breakfast in bed. What about being a mum did you learn from your mum? That a glass of wine at the end of the day is allowed when you have 3 kids. What’s the best thing about being a mum? Kisses and cuddles (with a handsome man) …ha ha only joking …with my kids of course. What type of flowers (or chocolates) would you like to see on the table on Mother’s Day? A big bunch of Peonies …..as long as they paired with a bottle of champagne. Marilyn What does your ideal Mother’s Day morning/ breakfast look like? Brunch with my family. What about being a mum did you learn from your mum? Kindness & Respect – treat others how you would like to be treated. What’s the best thing about being a mum? All the love you receive, it never stops. What type of flowers (or chocolates) would you like to see on the table on Mother’s Day? Flowers – Tulips. Jacqui What does your ideal Mother’s Day morning/ breakfast look like? One that’s served after 10 am on a Sunday. What about being a mum did you learn from your mum? Always tell the truth. What’s the best thing about being a mum? Keeps you grounded.  What type of flowers (or chocolates) would you like to see on the table...
Welcoming our new Prop Stylist

Welcoming our new Prop Stylist

I invited our new Prop Stylist for an informal chat to understand a bit more about the personality and taste of this creative professional that is now working with us. In this interview, Sydney Cornish talks about her musical and food tastes and tells us about a few of her backpacking stories and plans for the future. What’s your favourite type of cuisine? My favourite type of cuisine is spicy Indian street food. Basically, curries, any spicy food with lots of flavours is my go to dish. I love naan bread; butter garlic naan is probably my favourite, but anything with a cold coke hits the spot. What kind of music do you listen to? Well, it really depends on my mood. I like most genres but I tend to go for indie rock with an upbeat rhythm remix (call me dj squid) or anything Jack Johnson, Beyoncé and Shania Twain. I also love a bit of soft tech, and song with a solid beat gets me going. What was the most incredible exotic place you’ve ever travelled to? The south of Sri Lanka, in a beach side town called Unawatuna. I was trying to extend my Indian visa so I had to leave the country for a few days and Sri Lanka was the easiest option. After a few days in the capital city I decided to keep travelling and ended up staying over a month slowly working my way down south and then east, finishing with the most memorable train ride I’ve ever had from the east coast to the west travelling through hundreds of tea plantations,...