Planning to redecorate your home this year? Lacking inspiration? Sick of seeing the same old colour schemes on social media?
Over the past two decades, Pantone have announced their Color of the Year in December. This decision is made using trend-forecasting research from its internal consulting service, the Pantone Color Institute.
Real Christmas trees are beautiful, natural and smell wonderful. But they shed needles. Lots of needles.
As parents, we want our children to be happy, healthy and successful. We do everything within our power to lay the right foundations: we feed them healthy food, encourage them to be active and supply lots of educational resources, like toys and books.
If you find yourself with a couple of hours free on the next sunny (albeit crisp) autumn afternoon, grab your trowel.
Although today, we associate the humble door wreath with Christmas, we can trace its roots back centuries to ancient Greece where farmers used them as protective amulets.
On the 20th of March 2020, the Vernal Equinox took place in the Northern Hemisphere. That’s the moment when winter officially ended and spring began.
Here at Interior Desire HQ, we’re dreaming of better weather. We’re thinking about sunny afternoons sat in the garden with a glass of wine. Bliss!
Earlier this month, Pantone announced their Colour of the Year 2020.
Planning to refresh a room? Consider using this season’s biggest trend as your colour scheme: vibrant jewel tones.