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.
If you find yourself lusting over Bohemian interiors, but feel hesitant to bring the look back home, you are in the right place! Read on for our top rattan furniture and decor ideas promised to add a bohemian flair to any home, regardless of the budget. All of the pieces featured in this article are under 500 pounds, proving once again just how affordable boho decorating can be.
Czech chair designs from the 20th century are currently among the highest in demand. Celebrated designers such as Antonín Šuman and Jindřich Halabala are being sought by designers across the world. We wanted to bring the best of their work directly to your door. Enjoy this selection below and enjoy browsing the full collection!
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 fabulous New York City apartment is a fine example of how you can achieve a maximalist aesthetic without bold wallpapers or quirky upholstery.
G Plan is often one of the first brands which leaps to mind when thinking of mid century vintage furniture. Celebrated for its sleek and simple designs, G Plan plays a proud part in the history of British 20th century furniture design.
Emma Block’s much loved illustration is known for its wonderful gentle yet vibrant colour palettes and celebration of print and pattern. It’s not surprising that Emma’s new London home also reflects her eye for print and pattern. Set against a calming soft grey are joyful bursts of coral, dusty pink and sea green. There are also many references to Emma’s travels through South America, found in vivid woven rugs and other textile accessories. Enjoy this tour with Emma through her lovely home and find inspiration in all corners!
With Oscar night just days away and the Bohemian Rhapsody hype going stronger than ever, we cannot but take this opportunity to step into a time warp and revisit the glory days of the extraordinary ‘80s design when Freddy Mercury was making his magic.
Or do we actually need a time warp?
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…
Three reasons why you’re going to fall head over heels for Chinese vintage and antique furniture.