Choosing furniture is a difficult choice but the current furniture trends are taking inspiration from nature and personal expression
How can we use biomorphic forms and patterns that evoke an indirect connection to nature in our homes to benefit from biophilic design?
Curved sofas are all the rage in interiors at the moment. Here, I have selected 10 of the best for your home
From the organic curves of sofas to the welcoming aspect of curved garden furniture, trends for curved furniture are increasing in popularity.
Now that so many of us are working from home, it’s time we improve our workspaces by creating the optimum biophilic home office.
Bringing natural elements into the home is good for our wellbeing and mental health because as humans we have a need to feel connected.
Textured wall tiles are gaining in popularity and I have rounded up some of my favourite examples that can be used in the home.
What are the biggest interior trends for 2022? In this post we take a look at the polar opposites of Organic Minimalism and Joyous Maximalism
The trend for Japandi interiors is hotting up as people embrace the beautiful fusion of Scdandinavian Hygge and Japanese Wabi-Sabi at home.
Inspired by the new series of Changing Rooms, I have collaborated with Dulux and used their Simply Refresh range to create a DIY Painted Arch Accent Wall in my little girls’ bedroom.
The Dulux Colour of the Year 2022 has been announced as Bright Skies, an airy and fresh blue tone that breathes new life into any space.
Wooden panelling wallpaper is a quick and easy way to create a statement wall that really takes the room to a whole new level but without the hassle.
Using organic shapes in interiors is a really effective way to bring nature inside and breathe new life into a space.
The design team at Original Style have identified three interior trends for 2021 that reflect the changing way we now use our homes.
Bouclé textiles are going to be a big trend into 2021 and they are the perfect choice to cosy up your home this winter.
Create warmth and comfort with autumnal hues in interiors this season. Think terracotta, russet, burnt orange, ochre, mustard, and blush pink.
Abstract faces seem to be everywhere from artwork to plant pots and vases, cushions, rugs and more. So, in this post, I round up a few of my favourite pieces from this trend.
I was a headline speaker for City Live!, the virtual Summer Design Festival 2020 by Cosentino where I talked about my career, blog awards, my design style and upcoming interiors trends.
A big interior trend for SS20 is nature in interiors and many of the high street stores have collections that enable us to bring the outside in.
The growing trends of craftsmanship, natural materials and imperfect finishes make rattan interiors a top choice in 2020.
Urban rustic kitchens are a transitional design that merges the modern farmhouse style with the industrial aesthetic that is so popular right now.
Pantone Colour of the Year 2020 is Classic Blue. Here I show you how you can use it in your own home and round up some beautiful home products in this elegant shade.
Ultra high resolution scans make this new cane webbing wallpaper collection from NLXL a typical trompe-l’oeil product, but with a modern twist.
The Deco Tayberry collection of tiles from Original Style has been announced as Tile of the Year 2020