Spring is finally in the air, the days are slowly becoming brighter and there’s a brand new season of interior trends to keep your eye on. Typically, Spring lends itself to bright colours, vibrant patterns and this year won’t be an exception. It’s time to start de-cluttering and getting ready to enter Spring with a freshly cleaned home. Keep the Grey Away Grey is making its way ..
As we reflect on the trends from 2018, we’re looking to give our homes some additional TLC throughout the month of love. 2019 will see a surge of bolder and bigger trends to add vibrancy to your home and help to rekindle old flames of adoring your interior. Which will you go for? Pink to make them wink What better way to celebrate the most loving month than with a re-design of y ..
Gone are the days of monochromatic moody colours as Pantone has announced Living Coral as their Colour of the Year for 2019. Described as ‘an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlightens’, we’re brightening the January blues with the warmth of vibrant colours. Emerald Green As shouted about by ElleDecor, rich jewel tones have final ..
As the days are shorter, nights are darker and the weather is colder, we believe there’s no better time to warm up your home than in the winter season. Whether you’re looking to turn to deep hues or fluffy carpets, there’s no time like the present to start updating your home. Pinks to make them wink Words of wisdom from House Beautiful tell us that dusty pinks are the new take on the ..
The summer season may be coming to a close and after a well-loved heat wave, your garden may be looking a little yellow, dry and worse for wear. If you’re looking to keep a luscious green hue gracing your garden for a little longer, why not turn to artificial grass? Secret has it that it’s probably only a stones throw away from your home now. Let us share the major pros and cons to artifi ..
Scandinavian design trends have been around for a while and, by the looks of it, it’s here to stay. With a clean aesthetic of minimalism and functionality, the trends from the Nordic region are influencing our furniture, décor and interiors. 1. Blue, Bold and Beautiful Scandinavia’s favourite bright blue not only adds depth to any room but a pop of colour that takes you right through f ..