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Sunday, 8 October 2017

The Importance Of Discovering Your Aesthetic | Ft. The Tamburlaine Garden Room

The Tamburlaine Garden Room CambridgeRewind a few years ago and I literally had no idea where I most liked to be.  By this, I'm talking about environments, interior design and general aesthetic.  Somewhere along the line, I became interested with glasshouses and to cut a long story short, I'm now obsessed with them.  And now, anything that resembles influences of that fresh, clean and minimal vibe ticks all the right boxes for me!  Even better if they're closely followed by luxurious, classic and historic settings (the two can co-exist, promise!).  The thing is, before I knew it I found those same influences applying to my fashion, interior design, experiences and even preferred hotels when travelling.  So, that's pretty much what led me to The Tamburlaine Hotel in Cambridge earlier this week.  But the question is, why is discovering your individual aesthetic so important?
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Okay, I can appreciate there are more pressing issues to think about in life.  But we're gliding past that for just a second.  Focussing on aesthetic, literally speaking it's the 'appreciation of beauty'.  Individually speaking, it's so much more.  Speaking from experience, discovering your individual aesthetic can lead to having a better understanding of where you most enjoy spending your time - and that is why it's so important.  Knowing where you feel the most comfortable and at your happiest, means picking hotels that feel like home, dressing in outfits that resemble second skins and visiting places that make you feel good.  What could be better than that?    
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Cambridge The Tamburlaine Garden Room Travel BlogHave you ever stopped to think about your individual aesthetic and what spaces and places you're at your most happiest?  Mine is anywhere fresh, clean, minimal and vaguely resembling glasshouses!  How about you?

Psst!  Full Cambridge travel diary coming soon to the blog inc. a closer look at The Tamburlaine Hotel!

Garden Room
The Tamburlaine Hotel
27-29 Station Rd
Cambridge
CB1 2FB

With love,

Gabrielle x
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73 comments

  1. Such an awesome blog post lovely! My happiest place is also like yours, somewhere minimal, fresh and clean x

    Nev | Miss Nev

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  2. this venue looks absolutely stunning!
    xoxo style frontier

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  3. This is a really interesting post and I've never really stop to think what my own aesthetic is! I think that's probably because to be perfectly honest, it's still something I'm discovering! It's certainly a fun journey to go on though. :-)

    Musings & More

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  4. Mine is definitely in bright colourful spaces. Yellow obsessed! lol It's so important to know what you love though, especially to feel most comfortable :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  5. I agree that it's important to find your aesthetic...we realized how much we love our home because it's build from scratch and we have it done just the way we want it to be.

    Shireen⎜Reflection of SanityBurberry Beauty Giveaway

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  6. Love your pictures as always! Looks like having a good time here!

    Daniel x

    The Daniel Originals | Instagram: danielpoonvignez

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  7. Beautiful photos! You look really lovely! :) xx

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  8. Oh, for sure I thought about it, indeed often! But I recognised my preferences change from time to time. At the moment I prefer rooms with less interior and much space! Thanks for the beautiful post with you very aesthetic beauty <3
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  9. Having an aesthetics is a great way for people to identify and remember you as well!
    Lovely photos, the place is so charming :)


    http://www.desiringsme.com/sweet-solitude/

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  10. “To cut a long story short, I’m now obsessed with them” - you had me cracking up over this! I love greenhouses too but we really have none here in Perth :( I always make time to sightsee some when overseas though! I can totally understand why you love them. They’re like a piece of paradise brought inside to shelter. I love the combination of real life plants in this interior with the addition of botanical wallpaper. I don’t think you could ever go overboard with leaves or nature! I agree that it’s important to find your own aesthetic. I kind of think people that have worked out this in their own lives have strong ideas of what they want in more pressing matters. See what I did there? :P Lovely read once again! x

    TFM Life & Style blog

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  11. Even though it might seemingly be a superficial thing, aesthetics do matter because they play such a major role in the things which surround us. I feel fortunate that my husband and I happen to share the same aesthetic sense when it comes to both fashion and home decor.

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  12. It looks like an indoor garden. Im loving the nature wallpaper themed and how the place looks so nature friendly.

    Much Love,
    Zarrah | The Bandwagon Chic

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  13. Always always love all of your picture, just by staring at it I already know that was your pict I already know that picture belong to you!
    Love your editing skill it pretty and consistent!


    xo
    ayu

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  14. Minimal, but has to be clean and yes to fresh too, so I can breath. That is all me!! Great shots here hun. Always looking beautiful!

    https://missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. I have discovered my individual aesthetic over time and only now realize, how important it is for my wellbeing. I do live in a shared space now, so it does not fit my personal aesthetic completely, and that bothers me.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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  16. That looks like a beautiful place to stay! :) While I haven't thought much about interior decorating or anything like that, I am trying to define my personal style and find out the outfits and styles I'm happiest in, I agree with what you said about how great you feel and how you feel like you can accomplish a lot when you're feeling comfortable and confident, even with just what you're wearing!

    Hope you have had a lovely weekend :)


    Away From The Blue Blog

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  17. Everything looks so serene, dear! Love to be there! xoxo

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  18. Such a nice place - very magical- I like so much your blosue xx

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  19. Nice hotel--I love the decor! And I need an escape from my pressing issues! So thanks for the escape! ha!

    -L.
    L.E.N.A | Revealed

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  20. I find myself the happiest in a white minimalist, modern interior, even though I love visiting old, historical places. You look amazing in this jumper, Gabrielle.

    Nina's Style Blog

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  21. To be honest I've never really thought about it! Your aesthetic is gorgeous though and so evident in what you wear/what you photograph!
    Amy xx
    www.callmeamy.co.uk

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  22. I love you aesthetic, it looks very chic and minimal! I love how clean it is! This place looks beautiful too, thank you for sharing!

    http://violettedaily.com

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  23. Beautiful! My aesthetic is a place that's clean, has lots of light and plants/flowers.
    Have a great day!

    www.fashionradi.com

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  24. The pictures are just incredible! You look stunning. :)


    Shoot for the stars

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  25. wow the interior is so pretty! I am in love with that wallpaper!

    www.prettyinleather.net

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  26. Interesting post Gab, You look stunning babe!


    Have a great day!
    Nina
    xox
    www.thecrispylipstick.com

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  27. It looks lovely place, I love the walls x

    Laura
    https://pinkfrenzymissl.blogspot.be/

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  28. Gosh the interior is so so pretty! Love the urban jungle vibe and how they've mixed different elements. So good and a great dose of inspiration! Xx

    www.thefashionfolks.com

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  29. This interior is so peaceful and calming! I feel better just looking at it!

    https://styledwithamanda.blogspot.com

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  30. I definitely try to stick to a certain aesthetic - basically a riot of colour! Love your photos of this hotel, it looks so Instagrammable!

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  31. This is so right! I mean, yeah it's all about finding what you enjoy; what makes you happy, what you think is beautiful, etc, but you also kind of find out a lot about yourself within your aesthetic. It's a good thing to be aware of. My own involves a lot of nature, whimsy, and ornate details. This is a great post Gabrielle, and these photos are lovely! I n ed those pink chairs.

    amberelb.com

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  32. Aw this is beautiful, I am still learning my aesthetic, its outdoorsy and cozy from what I have figured out now!
    Isabelle
    www.isabelleelli.blogspot.com

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  33. This post speaks to me!! I love anything minimal and clean!
    Thank you for sharing hon! xx

    http://ohmymascara.blogspot.com

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  34. Such an interesting post! I have never actually thought about it, now I am going to be debating it in my head all day!

    Ash | www.liakadatravel.com

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  35. I love this style of decor too. Such a beautiful place! Gemma x
    www.jacquardflower.uk

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  36. Ohh wow!! This is such a stunning place! Would love to go here one day as well! Thanks for sharing! Xx Susanne - http://bagatyou.com

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  37. This place looks so beautiful! Reading through this (and seeing the photos) suddenly gave me the urge to want to redecorate my room. Again. Haha. This was such a great read Gabrielle!

    annescribblesanddoodles.blogspot.com

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  38. Your aesthetic is so clean and beautiful :) Mine is definitely minimal with lots of natural materials. One of the reasons I love Park Hyatts, haha.

    euriental.com xx

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  39. I totally agree that it’s important to figure out your own aesthetic. While of course there are more important things in life, like you mentioned, it’s still a really big part of figuring out who we are and our tastes and preferences in terms of how we like to present ourselves to the world. And I also think when we have a cohesive environment in terms of our homes or workspaces it allows us to be way more productive, whether that’s to do with working or relaxing, we can do anything we want to do better when we’re comfortable and feel at home in the space instead of being distracted by it or are made to feel uncomfortable in it.

    littlehenrylee.net

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  40. You know what I desperately need to discover? Your photo editing tips! I'm spending hours in Photoshop but I'm not even nearly that good! And you look beyond beautiful Gabrielle!
    Kira
    Kira Is Wearing
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  41. I also like fresh, clean aesthetics and these are gorgeous as always :) I hope you have been well hun, I am finally back from my holiday and back to blogging, hope you have a lovely Tuesday xx

    www.fashionjazz.co.za

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  42. finding your aesthetic does make you feel good. i love minimal, sleek & conservative designs. in incorporated that into my home when i remodeled.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  43. I think exactly the same Gabrielle!
    I think that to discever your own sense of aesthetic is something very important in the process of knowing yourself and growing up as person in general!
    Maybe could seem something superficial and not so essential in life, but, for me, you cannot became a complete person if you don't have a developed your own aesthetic sense.
    Mine is similar yours, since I like too glasshouses and clear and light places with someì luxurioius vibes, but in somewhat in a more "rococò way"!
    In substance mix it with the Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette aesthetic and it's more or less my kind of!^^
    Amazing photos, dear!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  44. I think I'm totally in that aesthetic in between right now. Love this post so much – and you're a beautiful writer!

    xx
    Ellie
    www.citybrewed.com

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  45. I also love glasshouses.
    But this place is amazing ! I love the vegetable print on theses walls. So pretty !
    And you're so beautiful like always

    Margot
    https://troughthepasturesofthesky.com/

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  46. Great post and love all the pictures. My style is definitely minimal, fresh and clean with lots of real plants :) You are always so stylish and elegant.

    Xx
    Nikki
    www.nikkilivinglife.com/blog

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  47. I think it's super important to understand what makes you comfortable and happy! It's so much easier for me to chill out and focus at home now that I actually get what I can vibe with around me. I'm also a huge fan of the clean, minimalist look. But a few homey touches (some plants and a picture gallery) are also a must!

    Susie | http://milehighdreamers.com

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  48. Such beautiful pictures!!! Love the decor and you look fab! Your aesthetic is so fresh and pretty!
    xx
    Shivangi
    www.outoncatwalk.com

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  49. As a former art major student, I totally agree with you on the importance of finding your aesthetic. It's not just in arts, but also in your closet, home, and even Instagram feeds :) BTW, amazing photos as always!

    xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY

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  50. This is a great post Gabrielle!! I'm still working on finding my aesthetic! I think it really helps you to make better style choices in life :)

    Hope you are having a great week!!

    Andrea.

    Seize your Style

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  51. I also had no idea what my aesthetic was either but as years flew by I found more and more things I loved. Glass house are fresh, clean and feels super light and airy. I need to think about where I like to spend most of my time, I love being outside but I get cold fast so maybe glasshouses are a great fit for me also.

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  52. Oh what a gorgeous post Gabrielle! I think I am definitely heading in a similar direction to you. I spend a lot of time on websites like Pinterest and websites that look at and talk about interior design, and I love that style of combining botanicals with more historical and minimalist styles, it always look so clean and comforting. Beautiful photos here as always! - Tasha

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  53. Discovering your aesthetic is like discovering yourself! Love your pics girly.

    xo,

    H

    http://firsttimethings.com/

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  54. This hotel looks absolutely gorgeous! I've realised that I'm drawn to boutique hotels with modern luxuries, rustic influences and quirky accessories so understandable this hotel appeals! I don't like tower blocks or too corporate hotels and avoid any that look too cheap! Your photos are stunning as always and I look forward to reading your Cambridge blog.
    Jaz xoxo
    http://www.thelifeofasocialbutterfly.co.uk

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  55. nice, I love glasshouse style too!
    and that wallpaper looks adorable :)
    have a lovely day,
    S

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  56. I love the way that you edited your photos, it makes me think of my favourite interior magazines. Well done, Gabrielle. I am usually the happiest baking, or in the countryside because it reminds me of my childhood, or when I am surrounded by gardens. Lovely post. /Madison
    FASHION TALES

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  57. So many artistic inspiration in one room! I love it!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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  58. This was such an interesting post Gabrielle. I totally get where you're coming from. I've been finally starting to figure out the kind of aesthetic I love and I think Pinterest has really helped me to narrow it down x

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  59. I admire your aesthetic so much - love the style!

    Heather xx
    https://www.hefafa.me.uk

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  60. Omgggg those picture are gorgeous !!
    I love when there is a lot of plants indoor.

    Kenza from http://travelwithkenza.blogspot.fr/

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  61. These are sooo gorgeous dear. I love how a simple floor lamp illuminates the details of the lovely art on the wall, and how it blends with the rest of the room.

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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  62. This room is beautiful! I love hotels that have great décor, I like the fact that thought has gone into to (sorry Travelodge but you've got a lot of room for inspiration!).
    So lucky to have found such a wonderful. It compliments the aesthetics of your blog really well xx
    www.abbiechic.com

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  63. I really need to find my aesthetic and nail it/. My home still doesn't feel quite 'me' and neither do my clothes. I think I'd be much happier if I'd found it!

    Steph - www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

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  64. I am still in the process of discovering my aesthetic but I have always been an eclectic soul so that makes it a bit more complicated, but getting there little by little... I looooooved these pictures Gabrielle (and your gorgeous hair) and now I want to visit this gorgeous place in Cambridge :) Thanks for the inspo

    Saida | She talks Glam

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  65. Your style and and aesthetic is VERY prominent the second I enter your blog and I imagine you are the same in real life! It's great that you've nailed it already. I am still finding mine and trying to stay consistent but it's pretty hard.

    Kim
    simplylovebirds.com

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  66. I actually love this post and feel like this year have been appreciating the beauty of things a lot more compared to when I was younger. I love seeing how people evolve with their style and the way you seem to have captured what's beautiful and what works for you is just incredible - everything is stunning and everything stands out!

    absolutely gorgeous and wishing you a wonderful week ahead!

    Layla xx

    http://www.sprinklesofstyle.co.uk

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  67. Have a happy rest of the week!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  68. I think we have similar aesthetics. Minimalistic with a touch of freshness. What a beautiful hotel and I can see myself applying that look in our home.

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