Sisterhood is back for 2018, kicking off with a winter floral & food event in London. We are delighted to be teaming up with the fantastic Houzz as they open their week long pop up house.
Beat those January blues by spending a day in central London, learning about flower arranging and eating delicious food in a beautiful building.
Tickets went on sale last night, and already we are delighted by the response.
Join us to celebrate the Houzz of 2018, a weeklong pop-up brought to you by Houzz. The Houzz of 2018 is a stylish 5-storey townhouse in Soho, central London, and will reflect all that is current in interior design in 2018.
We are delighted to be taking over the house on Tuesday 30th January. Starting at 9.30am, you will be greeted upstairs in the cafe area of the Houzz of 2018, and be treated to Nespresso coffee and pastries.
Starting with a floral workshop by the very talented Erin Trezise-Wallace. Erin will be sharing with us the Japanese art of Ikebana. Erin will guide you through the process of creating a beautiful floral display using dried and foraged finds, that you can replicate at home.
During a short break, you are free to visit the several floors of the pop-up Houzz of 2018 – featuring designs from top interior designers and artists.
At midday – join us back in the cafe for a sumptuous lunch cooked by Sisterhood chef and food writer, Claire Thomson. Claire will be creating a mouthwatering three course menu using fresh, seasonal ingredients. She will also be chatting about her latest book – The Art of the Larder. A wonderful chance to meet with the author of one of the top cookbooks of 2017 – as voted by The Telegraph, Financial Times, Sunday Times, Daily Mail and BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme.
You will leave our HOUZZ takeover with a beautiful floral creation, full of delicious food and new found Sisterhood connections.
For information on how to purchase your ticket – please head over to the Sisterhood tickets page.
We look forward to meeting you!
Lou Archell, a writer, photographer, stylist and the founder of Sisterhood Camp.
Lou is also a busy mum of two amazing boys and can be found over on her blog Littlegreenshed, where she shares her life, loves and inspiration. Lou is passionate about supporting and inspiring others whether through her workshops, writing, photography or lifestyle hacks.