With everyone having spent more and more time indoors over the last few years as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever that we enjoy the time we spend in our homes.
The importance of having good outdoor space and using it properly is certainly one of the big lessons that has been learned over the last 18 months or so.
Adding a statement feature to your home decor can instantly breathe new life into the space without having to revamp the whole room.
While planning a dining room and kitchen renovation it is easy to get caught up in the major things involved in the renovation, that sometime little to no attention is paid to the smaller yet important details.
This is the room in your home where you will not only spend the most time yourself, but where you are more than likely to welcome others to.
Life is all about variations; if so, then why should we settle for the monotony of boring matching furniture and wooden floors?
There’’ one announcement that professional interior designers and home decorating hobbyists wait for every December: Pantone’s annual “Colour of the Year” prediction.
The average person spends a third of their existence asleep, which equates to around 26 years given the average life expectancy in the UK is 79.5 years. When looking at things this way, you realise how important it is to create the perfect bedroom environment.
Your home is your safe haven, your pride and joy and ultimately your favourite place to be!
Interior renderings by Iain Banks.