Green is undoubtedly a wonderful colour to let loose in your home and we could wax lyrical for a long time about the merits of this hallowed hue. We suspect however that you’ve already heard all about its calming, peaceful qualities, so… how about inviting some other colours to the party? Let’s get started.
We’re always fascinated to see what you love the most when it comes to interior design and this past month was outstandingly all TEAL! We certainly can’t deny that teal is a fabulously alluring shade of sea green gorgeousness. Below are four very different interiors…
Everywhere we turn, we can’t help but see lively notes of this sea green hue cropping up… on velvet armchairs and kitchen cabinets or paired with mustard and blush pink for a beautiful mid century feel.
‘To look upon verdure is the most perfect refreshment,’ said Jane Austen. Plenty of exposure to this verdure – simply meaning green – has been proving its beneficial qualities to…
Pastels are still here, of course, but according to Pantone Colour Institute (the most famous colour authority in the world), seasons ahead will be coloured in rich, warm hues we usually associate with Autumn. We bring you Pantone colour predictions for Spring/Summer 2019, but also what we learned by analysing what runaways and the biggest furniture fairs brought so far. Let’s have a look at what’s cooking!
This vibrant eclectic space is quite the design feat. Not all of us have a designer’s natural eye though, so how we are meant to attempt something as daring as this AND pull it off? Read on and be filled with confidence!
This is for all lovers of pastel! It can be difficult sometimes to find beautiful vintage furniture upholstered in softer hues – many pieces promote the use of bolder, vivid colours. Below is a selection of items which embrace the pale end of the colour spectrum, from hyacinth lilac to duck egg blue and blush pink.
The general assumption is that we are humans of the digital era. Little beknownst to many, we actually find ourselves in the age of the Golden Pineapple. You may already be familiar with the tidal wave of golden pineapples which flooded into our homes and lives over recent years. Here is a selection of some flamboyant pineapple finds we just couldn’t keep to ourselves.
Let’s explore why we are witnessing the yellow fever in interior design and learn how to use different shades of yellow in our homes (+ discover the Get the Look mood board with a shopping list ).
This year already is producing a wonderful variety of lighting trends. They simmered quietly throughout 2018 and now we are seeing them grace many of our homes. We love that these lighting trends are so diverse! From classical, simple lighting to maximalist brass pendants, there really is something for all tastes and inspirations. Here are four top trends you’ll be seeing plenty of in 2019…