How To Use Concrete Effectively In Your Home and Garden

When you think of concrete in interior design, you probably think of a cold, dark urban space right? Wrong! Used in the right way, concrete can add a simple level of industrial chic to your home for a super stylish look. It is frequently used by both residential and commercial customers for many purposes whether…

The Hottest Interior Design Trends Over The Last Decade

A lot has changed in interior design over the last 10 years. The 10's have provided us with the revival of mid-century modern design, the introduction of terrazzo to new homes and a love of house plants to name a few. Interior Design has come a long way over the past 10 years as people…

Why Is Cane Furniture So Popular In 2019?

Cane furniture seems to be having something of a revival at the moment and I am definitely not complaining! Cane and rattan furniture in general has been popular over recent years but this year Cane rattan is stealing the spotlight. Cane furniture was the star of the show at Maison and Objet in Paris earlier this year and has featured in…

Lozenges: The Shapes That Will Be Everywhere In 2019

This year, we will be embracing soft curves with rounded pill-like shapes set to dominate interiors. The Lozenge shape shares similarities with the archway, which was a popular shape within Architecture and product design in 2018. The Deco-inspired curved furniture will continue to take over in 2019, with a much more modern look. Scroll down…

Key Interior Design Trends For Spring/Summer 2019

I recently got my hands on a copy of Elle Decoration's 'The Forecast S/S 2019' issue and it is absolutely bursting with inspiration. It's no surprise that 70's design is back again or that woven textures are sticking around for another year. But, there are a few trends that you may not be expecting to…

Autumn/Winter 2018 interior trends from Maisons du Monde

Once again, Maisons du Monde have worked their magic and created 5 beautiful interior trends for Autumn/Winter. Rich tones, soft blues, animal print and luxurious velvets are just a few features you'll be seeing everywhere this season. Below, I'll be showing you how to create these exciting trends in your home this coming season. Cosy Blue…

Burnt Orange: The Hottest Colour For Your Home This Summer

Whether you’re working with a muted minimalistic palette or opting for deeper, darker tones, burnt orange can be used to add a glowing warmth. Because it has a natural tone, burnt orange manages to be somehow bold and subtle all at the same time. And it works exceptionally well as an accent colour within a…

How to make your kitchen the envy of your friends

For many, the kitchen is seen as the heart of the home. It's the place where we cook for our families and entertain guests. Kitchens have evolved rapidly over the past few years and the popularity of kitchen/dining/family rooms have rocketed. Whether your current layout needs renovating or you simply want to refresh a tired…

It's time for another trend roundup post! The previous Autumn/Winter 2017 post was so successful, I thought I'd write one for Spring/Summer too! It may still be dark and dingy, but we have so much colour and texture to look forward to this spring and summer. This time, I have looked at Maisons du Monde for inspiration as they have 6 modern trends that will appeal to almost everyone. Below, you'll find a guide of watch trend as well as a board of my favourite products.

Interior Trends for Spring/ Summer 2018

It's time for another trend roundup post! The previous Autumn/Winter 2017 post was so successful, I thought I'd write one for Spring/Summer too! It may still be dark and dingy, but we have so much colour and texture to look forward to this spring and summer. This time, I have looked at Maisons du Monde…

How To Use Marrs Green In Your Home

Earlier this year Marrs Green was voted the World's Favourite Colour from a survey by Hull - UK City of Culture 2017 - and paper merchant GF Smith. 30,000 people around the world voted and the most popular shade was closest to the one chosen by Annie Marrs and so it was named after her!…