Everyone wants to live in a bright and airy home like we see on the TV and in magazines. But what if you live in a small space? What if moving isn’t an option?
Many people prefer working from home, especially if they enjoy working in an office designed not just for practical reasons, but so they can really enjoy the space.
There’’ one announcement that professional interior designers and home decorating hobbyists wait for every December: Pantone’s annual “Colour of the Year” prediction.
As the Christmas season approaches, it’s time to consider decking the halls and trimming the tree.
Planning to invite guests over for dinner this Christmas? If so, a beautifully styled dining table is a must – especially if you’re an interior design aficionado!
Over the last couple of years, several different elements of Scandinavian culture have entered the British consciousness.
After a long summer of al fresco dining and BBQs in friends’ back yards, the next big reason for a gathering (Christmas) feels so far away. That’s why Bonfire Night is a great excuse for a party. It also means you can appreciate your garden one last time before winter.
Are you an expectant parent creating a Pinterest board for your child’s future bedroom?
Is your dining room in dire need of a makeover? If so, you’re probably leafing through interior design magazines and researching colour schemes on Pinterest.
Is your kitchen a little drab? Does the whole space feel a little lacklustre? Is it crying out for a splash of colour?