Camille Dubuis-Welch

(she/her)

Camille is a freelance writer based in north London with her cat and two friends. Cam has been in love with everything interior design and garden-related since before she can remember and is the former deputy editor of realhomes.com, where she got to collaborate with some very inspiring DIYers and focus on small-space improvements. 


    Articles by Camille Dubuis-Welch

    Attic bedroom with blue storage and pink chairs
    Interiors

    Pink interiors for grown-ups – how to do Barbiecore without the sugar rush 

    Experts share how to make pink look sophisticated, not sickly, through picking the right colour combos and using the right amount of this pretty shade.

    Dahlia 'Cornel Brons' in flower
    Gardening

    Want your dahlias to flower for longer? Try these 10 genius tips

    As we watch those impressive dahlia blooms come through, here’s how to keep these needy plants happy and encourage bigger flowers, according to gardening experts

    Exterior of Blueys Farmhouse in the countryside
    Home Finance

    Wimbledon fans will love these houses with tennis courts for sale

    Has Wimbledon kindled your passion for tennis? These are some of the most coveted homes with tennis courts on the property market right now. 

    Pink roses growing in garden
    Gardening

    The rose-growing mistakes that could be killing your flowers

    Sad at the sight of poorly, drooping roses? Fix these three rose-growing mistakes and fall in love with your flowers all over again

    Red roses by Sarah Raven
    Gardening

    The 6 secrets to perfect roses – with a top positioning tip 

    Want to know the secrets to perfect roses? Top garden experts share their best tips for growing beautiful roses with the biggest blooms.

    Green marble effect roll-top bath with towels from The White Company
    Cleaning

    Stiff towels? Then avoid this common detergent error

    We explore whether you should use fabric softener on towels and how to restore their fluffiness if they've turned to cardboard