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After spending the last few months in our homes in lockdown and life slowly returning to what can only be described as the “new normal”, for many of us the cabin-fever really kicked in and we’ve grown bored of the way our homes are furnished…
Taking their cue from the world of fashion, bohemian interiors with fabulous artisan accents are back with a bang this year and are more vibrant and sumptuous than ever.Exotic, opulent, with eclectic textiles and plenty of colour, the boho style of decorating is one of the big current interior trends.
Passementerie is back. On your sofa, your cushions and even your lighting and mirrors, we are loving the latest highly intricate decorative look, inspired by the traditional French craft of ‘passementerie’.
Cosying up on a comfy armchair with a mug of tea and a good book is many people’s idea of the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon.
Artwork can define your personality in your home and can be used to tie different aspects of a room together. However, it can be tough trying to find the perfect pieces of artwork to display in your home, and can feel overwhelming knowing where to start.
Moving house is expensive and time-consuming, especially if you are happy and settled in your home. This means renovating may be your best option and that can be both an exciting and interesting challenge. We’ve worked with our team of industry professionals to compile helpful top tips and resources to consider before you embark on any renovation projects to your home.
Derived from the Latin word ‘terra’, meaning ground, terrazzo is a composite material where marble, granite., quartz, glass or even wood chips are set into cement and polished as a way to re-use stone offcuts – so it ticks the sustainability box too. With its cool, flecked surface and endless possibilities of colour, pattern and finish, terrazzo is now a favourite with interior designers, both in its material form and across other furnishings and homewares inspired by its decorative qualities.
As your home is where we spend a lot of time, it sets the tone for your wellbeing and it’s where you wind down after a busy day.
A conservatory is a fabulous addition to any home, although it can be hard to decide on which furniture and furnishings you want to select, to make the most of this valuable space.
The luxe look is a modern take on luxury interior design and combines timeless classic styles, beautiful materials and sophisticated detailing to create spaces that exude opulence and glamour.
We sat down for an interview with interior design expert, Audrey Whelan, to learn more about her dynamic interior design business and gain her insight on all things interior design and home furnishing.
There’s no better way to enjoy a beautiful sunny day than getting outside in the garden, inviting friends and family around, firing up the BBQ and sharing some food and drinks together.
Having suitable storage is absolutely key to turning your bedroom into a clutter-free sanctuary, and a carefully chosen wardrobe is the item of furniture most likely to provide scope for more organised living.
There’s nothing like settling in for a warm night with a hot drink under layers of fluffy blankets. Since we all enjoy any excuse to hibernate for the winter, curating a cosy living room design scheme is the best way to make the most of the moment.
When it comes to decorating your home it can often feel incredibly overwhelming, especially as we’re bombarded daily with picture-perfect images of other people’s houses. Where do you even begin?
Purchasing a new kitchen can be a huge expense, yet this can often be the one room in the house which is in most need of updating, and which you spend the most time in.
Children grow up fast, and one minute you are watching in awe at a tiny new-born baby soundly asleep in their cot and the next you have a walking talking toddler who will do anything not to go to bed.
Hosting overnight guests is a great way to enjoy extra time with family and friends, but dedicating square footage solely to a spare guestroom that only gets used occasionally isn’t an option for many of us. Here’s our top tips for creating a versatile room that will solve your hospitality headaches!
Inspired by the renovation of old factories and buildings, the industrial style focuses on highlighting and on parts of the home which people often want to hide. Features which might be considered unsightly are instead shown off for everyone to enjoy.
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