I really don’t like beige. I have no qualms in saying that and it certainly wouldn’t take long hovering around here to figure that out. But the thing is, I’m not even sorry to all those that love a bit of beige, because do you know what? It really doesn’t matter what I think. It’s YOUR home. But how do you find out what it is that makes you smile?
We all enjoy coming home after a long day, a place to retreat and unwind from the rest of the world, am I right? But what to do you think makes a house a home? Jacqui shares her top 5 elements that every home should have to make it comfortable and give it personality.
Glen’s home epitomises finding your own interior style and truly embracing it! Dark, moody colour palettes are combined with glittering golds, patterned wallpaper, and splashes of neon pink, to create this absolute stunner of a home. Intrigued to see the end result? Why not take a look…
Lighting is not just about bringing light into your home on those dark evenings – it’s also a way to create atmosphere and drama, day or night. How to choose decorative lighting is certainly not rocket science, but I’m going to share a few helpful pointers to bear in mind. Check them out.
Today we’re touring the home of Angie, an interiors stylist from the north west of England, who loves navy blue interiors! The whole house is a homage to blue in its varying tones, with amazing pops of colour and pattern to liven up the mix. Take the tour.
The gold ginkgo leaf side table is a beautifully curvaceous table that can be styled in so many ways depending on your vibe. The distinctive fan shaped leaves of the ancient ginkgo tree twirl round the base in gold, for a glamorous art nouveau inspired design. To see how fabulous it looks in different settings we thought we would share with you some stunning images of the gold ginkgo leaf side table styled 5 ways.
In need of a little inspiration? Well, today on the blog, we’ve got a feast for the eyes, as we take a nosey around the fun, fabulous and colourful family home of Lissi Walker in Leicestershire.
Colour is the essence of our interior décor and the platform from which we build our design ethos. But whether we choose to be pale and interesting, bold and daring, or simply something in between those extremes, it can be very hard to nail down what it is you like and how to go about it. We review this brand new book on colour, and explain why it’s a must in any home.
You have to agree that eating out has become just as much about the decor as it has the food, particularly in recent years with the rise of Instagram and bloggers. That said, we’ve taken a look at some of London’s most inspiring restaurant decor that will be sure to get your creative juices flowing. Enjoy!
Looking to add a hit of luxe to your kitchen décor? The quickest way to get that hit of gold to take centre stage is tiles or splashbacks, so we’ve been trawling the net for you, to come up with a shopping edit of brass splashback options from affordable, to luxe to really get you inspired.
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