With heaps of interiors inspiration to be found online, here are 4 of our favourite UK home interiors blogs
Greenery: Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2017
Pantone’s Greenery is the colour of hopefulness, and of our connection to nature. And, as nature’s neutral, Greenery is a shade that lends itself to many colour combinations.
Back to the fuchsia
A fashion colour-trend filtering into interiors for AW 2016/17 is fuchsia. A bold hit of colour can add a much needed jolt to an otherwise mellow interiors scheme.
Reflecting on Metallics
As the most buzzed about trends in fashion filter down to our interiors, it’s time to sit up and take note…and what resonates is the designers’ continued use of metallics.
Decorex 2016: metallic finishes remain a key trend
Gold and brass feature highly at Decorex 2016, with metallics generally – including copper and bronze – remaining a key trend.
Autumn Winter 2016/17 décor trend: perfect pink
Pink is one of THE interior décor colours for 2017. Will you be in the pink too?
THE TREND Copper Convex
One can’t help but feel that the editorial team at Elle Decoration magazine will be devastated when they realise their error – failing to include our copper Cavetto in their Copper Trend feature this month.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download Trend Copper, Elle Decoration August 2013 As you’ve probably noticed, copper is […]
International interiors’ inspiration
We love flicking through the likes of Elle Décor and Livingetc each month, but we’re increasingly finding a lot of our interiors inspiration online. Here are a few of our favourite international interiors blogs. Emma’s Designblogg The Swede’s blog is where we go when we’re looking for a bit of calm. Emma’s blog features Scandinavian-style […]
3 creative ways with convex mirrors
If you’re looking for some creative ideas for decorating with convex mirrors, here are a few suggestions…
Make way for metallic mania
The relationship between fashion seen on the catwalk and interior trends continues in full force. Metallics were the most popular trend among the various collections at London Fashion Week earlier this year – think David Koma and Matthew Williamson Autumn/Winter Collections for 2012.