We all dream of winning the lottery but it is still possible to decorate like a Millionaire even if you don’t have a Millionaire’s budget. Here I share my tips for decorating your home like a Millionaire.
Using reclaimed or antique tiles in your home renovation project offers many benefits from practicality, durability and versatility to craftsmanship, aesthetics and a unique history.
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
Dawn Chorus is a nature-inspired wallpaper collection designed by Swedish illustrator Saga-Mariah Sandberg for Photowall.
To celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus, MuralsWallpaper is releasing a signature new collection of Bauhaus-inspired wall murals.
The new Amazonia collection of botanical ceramic tiles from CTD Architectural Tiles will bring your interior design project to life.
A stunning collection of wall murals featuring travel inspired illustrations by one of Sweden’s most renowned illustrators.
Any of my friends and long-time blog readers will know that what I love most about design writing, whether that’s blogging or writing for magazines, is the story behind the projects and products that I feature. I love interviewing designers and finding out about their inspiration, their background and their journey so far. I also
When you move into rented accommodation, it’s often the case that your bathroom or kitchen may not be to your liking. Most landlord’s don’t want to splash out on the latest, state-of-the-art kitchen or bathroom if they will not personally be living in the property. If you’re lucky you’ll get a relatively new kitchen or
Over the years we have seen wallpaper transforming from a mundane and purely functional piece of the home decor puzzle into something much more creative, and flamboyant that really allows us to make a statement with our home interiors. From wallpaper based on origami, wallpaper with 3D style effects, to digitally printed and unbelievably realistic
It’s been a while since I shared a fantastic wallpaper with you guys so today you are in for a bit of a treat. I was introduced to this particular company by renowned interior stylist Pippa Jameson who thought I might like their new wallpaper range for children. Needless to say she was spot on. Wild
Tiles are one of my favourite interior products and I’ve always had a little bit of a love affair with them. They have come so far over the past few years thanks to technological advances and the effects that can be created these days are just so exciting. We are now seeing tiles of all
You’ve probably heard the names Piet Hein Eek and NLXL on this blog many times before, and so you should have because I wrote about them here and here. I’m basically obsessed with their work, so imagine how happy I am to get to write about another of their collaborations that launched at Dutch Design
Living somewhere that is packed full of character is perhaps the dream for many of us, but not necessarily the reality. Anyone who lives in a new build will know that the developers don’t go out of their way to incorporate characterful features into the houses that they build. This can also be said for
April is a pretty big month for anyone who is embarking on any home upgrade projects. The entire month of April is Home Improvement Month so it’s the perfect time to set yourself the challenge of updating at least one room in your home. We will finally be finishing off our kitchen makeover that we started
Morning everyone, how was your weekend? Over too quick, right? Well, there’s nothing we can do about that, but thought I’d pop by this morning to brighten your day a little with this fantastic marble wallpaper I’ve discovered from Murals Wallpaper (the same company that makes these gorgeous Terrazzo wall murals I featured a few weeks
I’ve noticed the watercolour trend hitting the interiors scene over the past few years and I was wondering if any of you have noticed it too? It started off in accessories like cushions and fabrics, then we saw tableware and ceramics following suit. But it seems to me that this trend is getting stronger and
If you’ve been doing any research into the interior trends you can expect to see in 2017 you might have come across quite a few predictions that Terrazzo is going to make a big impact on the scene this year. Over the past few months, I’ve read plenty of blogs and articles all stating the
I don’t know about you guys but it already feels like Christmas and New Year was a million months ago. As usual, once the festive dust has settled and all the decorations have been packed away for another year, we all slip back into the daily grind and winter no longer seems quite so magical
The beautiful collection that I’m sharing with you today is by the very talented Sian Zeng. I absolutely adore her work and I’ve featured her a couple of times here already. (You can read about her seasons collection here and her magnetic wallpaper here). Her work is so intricate and detailed and her latest products are
Every year, paint brand Dulux announces its Colour of the Year as part of its Colour Futures trend forecast. This involves a team of global colour and design experts who develop the annual forecast based on emerging trends in interior design, architecture, fashion, and beauty, as well as the social and economic influences that will affect the way that
Morning folks, hope you’re all well? Today, I wanted to share with you all some beautiful images of a new paint range available from B&Q. colourcourage is a gorgeous new paint collection by one of my very favourite designers, Lars Contzen. I’ve been an admirer of his work since I first discovered him back in 2008
It’s never easy to find kids’ bedroom inspiration that is creative yet achievable. However, Dulux recently launched a kids’ bedroom campaign to encourage parents to involve their children in the creative process when decorating their bedrooms. For this campaign, Dulux teamed up with Channel 4’s Secret Life of Five Year olds Dr Sam Wass, who