We adore dark, dramatic and eclectic interior design, but are you daring enough to take the leap when it comes to your interior?
While you might have already put a lot of time and effort into designing the perfect room, it’s very important to consider if anything is missing. Read our blog post for more our top tips to finishing your new look.
We are so excited to sit down with Siobhan, a contestant on the brilliant season 2 of Interior Design Masters on BBC2 to find out more about her interior design style and passions as well as getting a few design tips too.
Siobhan (@interiorcurve) lives in Castleford in West Yorkshire with her husband Nick and beautiful ragdoll cat Benji.
Luxury – it’s a look that never goes out of style, and manages to feel both relaxed and refined. It’s a look many of us would love in our homes, but sadly we don’t always have the luxury budget to go with it!
Searching images of boutique hotels on Pinterest and Instagram can give some good ideas, but can also appear very costly to achieve. But here’s the good news…
Should you wallpaper or paint your walls? It’s the most common decorating dilemma there is.
Your walls are a key element in setting the interior design direction for the rest of your room. And how you decorate them is what transforms a space from a house to a home.
So, it’s important to be objective and make an informed decision about whether wallpaper, paint (or even a mix of the two) is right for you.
Wallpaper can be a fantastic addition to your home, adding instant colour, personality and style to your space. It can make a dramatic difference, and create a talking point in the room. However it can also feel overwhelming to choose from the thousands of different designs, colours and patterns available and, when it’s used in the wrong way, the results can be dramatically underwhelming.
We often get asked for advice around choosing the right wallpaper, so here are our top tricks of the trade to help you avoid the pitfalls.
Spending time around nature has many benefits for your mental health and wellbeing; from helping to improve your mood to improving your confidence and self-esteem, there are plenty of reasons why mental health charity, Mind, encourage spending time around nature for good mental health.
Specialist in psychological interventions at the University of Central Lancashire, Lowri Dowthwaite agrees…
Today we have our second fab guest blog from our interior design friends at The Living House.
Every now and then it’s nice to share some insider knowledge and we thought what better way to start the New Year than to share our 10 secret interior design tips with you. We know many of you are making changes to your homes so these might come in handy. Let’s get started!
Good news – updating your home needn’t cost a fortune! If you’re feeling strapped for cash after Christmas, you’re not alone – but there are some easy ways to spruce up your home in the New Year and get a luxury look on a shoestring budget. We are the experts in affordable interior design…
Nothing says glam quite like glitter wallpaper, and here we share a few hints on how to embrace the trend with style and elegance