These are the emerging interiors trends which we predict will be huge in 2021.
We take a page by page look through the Albany Minerals wallpaper collection, a celebration of crystalline structures, rocks, fossilised ferns. These cool and understated patterns bring an air of sophistication to any room.
Winter can seem never-ending, the season dampened by drizzly weather, cold temperatures and dark nights. But this is the perfect time to create a cosy home that can be your sanctuary while the winter rages on outside. The act of taking pleasure and contentment from a cosy environment is known in Danish culture as ‘hygge’. In the quest for creating a more hygge home, why not start with your walls? So here’s our advice: hunker down with a hot cup of cocoa and read on for our tips on how to create a cosy home this winter.
We take a page by page look through the Majestic wallpaper collection, Italian vinyl with amazing contemporary designs – perfect for both modern and traditional interiors. Created for extra durability these patterns are layered with detail, making them both a sensible and beautiful choice for your home.
Work your space in style. Working from home has become the new normal for so many of us. Define your space to suit your life.
A collection of colourful contemporary living rooms that will light up your life
How the people of Porto bring black and white to vivd life with a pop of colour
Not so sugary sweet dusty pink for grown up girls & boys! The look of love Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and as we’re celebrating Valentines day today, I thought I’d choose the colour crush of the moment, blush pink. I’ve never
Polka dots, flowers and hearts. Unashamedly pink girl power. Little Miss Sunshine We’ve always encouraged our niece to grow up healthily pushing the boundaries of gender expectations. Lego has always been a hit, along with books on creepy crawlies and snakes. A fierce loyalty to
Painterly florals put the garden on your walls The art of the garden Our cultural whirl finds us this week at The Royal Academy of Arts for their show Painting the Modern Garden featuring gorgeous garden paintings from Monet, Matisse and Renoir (and many others)