In this mini-series we’re going to offer you some great ways to dress your windows this Spring. It’s time to start thinking about casting off winter and be take a look at the bright colours of Spring inspired by nature.
Bright floral patterns for curtains remains on-trend this year, the slight change is that rather than [...]
We end this mini-series on beautiful bedroom designs with a bright and breezy interior design style. This can be interpreted and adapted to suit all styles of interiors and colour schemes. The key to a bright and breezy looking bedroom is to keep the colour scheme a combination of white and another refreshing colour such [...]
The way we perceive the style of our bedrooms is beginning to return to their original purpose – sleep and relaxation, along with the other aspects of a couple’s life which is typically associated with the bedroom! The days of having televisions and games consoles in master bedrooms are seeing somewhat of a decline, as [...]
Every year Pantone forecasts colour trends with interior design and this year their ‘official’ colour is ‘Tangerine Tango’. This warm, inviting colour is ideal for creating a relaxed and homely style while having the ability to perk-up tired looking homes. Some of you may remember that orange was an on-trend colour in the early 70’s [...]
Pink remains a timeless classic bedroom décor often associated with femininity and ‘girls’. The expression ‘in the pink’ means ‘in perfect condition or health’ and has been used as far back as the 16th century. This term seems somewhat fitting for a bedroom design which, in metaphorical terms, is in good condition and looking healthy [...]
In this mini-series we’re going to take a look a 5 different master bedroom designs. Each uniquely different, offering you the choice of styles and colours to take inspiration from. As it’s Valentine’s Day today we thought we begin with a soft and delicate room with hints of strength to include touches of masculinity.
All white [...]
One of the biggest interior design trends this year is to have a combination of old and new sitting comfortably next to one another. This can be interpreted for example with an old period home having contemporary furnishings or a modern home having antique furnishings and furniture, with the flexibility of having both.
When old meets [...]
When we see contemporary interiors online or in glossy magazines they’re typically full of the latest design innovations and high-tech gadgetry, and while many of us would love to live in this style of home few of us do. We live in ‘normal’ homes with average sized rooms rather than extensive open plan living with [...]
Usually when we think of bay window we image older styles of house, particularly Victorian homes when bay windows were used to make rooms appear larger. They were also used to bring more natural light into a room, as well as providing views outside which would be unavailable if an ordinary rectangular shaped window was [...]
Casual charm is an interior which is laid back, comfortable and homely – in many ways it represents the ‘normal’ homes we live in. Nothing too gaudy, garish or contemporary, simple comfort is all that many of us need in our lives. This laid back attitudes serves its own purpose in interior design – basically [...]