Bouclé textiles are going to be a big trend into 2021 and they are the perfect choice to cosy up your home this winter.
Bringing natural elements into the home is good for our wellbeing and mental health because as humans we have a need to feel connected.
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
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the moon landings, I have curated a selection of products to help you achieve the lunar trend in your home.
Choosing flooring is always difficult but I’ve rounded up some of this year’s top flooring trends to help you.
There is something very timeless about Art Deco interiors. This selection of products will help you bring the Golden Twenties into your home.
The New Nordic trend brings bold earthy colours, natural materials and tactile textures into minimalist Scandinavian interiors.
Last month I attended Imm Cologne 2019, the international furniture and interiors fair that takes place in Germany every January. I was invited by the NKBA to attend Living Kitchen, but I also had a little free time to explore the rest of the fair. So in today’s post I’d like to share some of the highlights
I don’t normally do a lot of seasonal content here as you may have noticed, and I’m particularly bad when it comes to Christmas. I’ve begrudgingly done the odd gift guide before but that’s about it. I’d love to be able to say the reason for this is that I’m too busy enjoying the festive
October is turning out to be really lovely. I don’t know about where you are, but here in Devon it’s been pretty sunny and dry. It’s still really cold but I don’t mind that so much as long as it’s not wet. And can we just talk about all the beautiful colours that we’re seeing
Natural materials is not a new trend I’m predicting by any means, however it is a strong trend at the moment so I figured it deserves its own post. I kind of covered it a little in my post about the Global Nomad trend, but the trend for natural materials in interiors could stand on
I had the pleasure recently of visiting Salone del Mobile in Milan as a guest of DFS. It was my first trip to the renowned furniture fair, which received almost half a million visitors over six days, from 188 different countries. I have wanted to visit Salone for years, but I never had the chance so when
I have found my new favourite trend and I have to say I’m a little bit in love. Just look at all that cosy texture and those natural materials. Texture is going to be huge this season, just watch! We’re going to see lots of playful tactile textiles with a global influence. Look out for
Happy Monday guys! Today we’re talking about fringing in interiors. As I’ve explained here before, I do like to share all sorts of interiors trends with you guys, but that doesn’t necessarily mean I like them myself. I can appreciate them for what they are of course and the reason I feature them here on
Lifestyle trends come and go and 2017 was a year that saw quite a few different trends explode onto the scene. Of course, hygge was the big trend that we were all aspiring to, but as the year progressed a number of other trends sought to take the limelight away from hygge and convince us
I have a really weird obsession with trends. I follow them very closely and I love to write about them and drool over them in magazines and on blogs and on Pinterest. However, I don’t always buy into them and bring them into my own home. Not unless I deem them to have longevity and