As soon as the new year has kicked in, the most asked question I have had was about the interior trends 2019. So here it goes, let's get 2 birds with one stone and let me tell you what I think we will see this year...
The minimal has become a global concept that has spread so far as to become a trend, but its aesthetic and cultural roots are profound. Minimalism is not a fashion but a conscious and sophisticated way of designing. It has become popular as a philosophy and way of life.
How to use Pantone Ultra Violet in your home is the aim of this blog. Described by the company as "a dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade" this colour communicates "originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future".
The tides of 2018 are bringing inspiring design trends that will introduce a stylish sense of novelty into your home. Interior Design trends for 2018 combine simplicity with playfulness, creating unique looks that exude effortless beauty.
It’s Christmas season! Time to decorate your home with warm fairy lights, amazing trees and welcoming “Christmassy” accessories…but what are the focal points of the house to decorate so to enhance them but also not to overwhelm the home with too many decorations?
There’s something so elegant and soothing about neutrals. However, sometimes introducing a pop of colour or adding a few details can make a neutral colour scheme truly shine. With just a few creative ideas you can give your kitchen an enchanting flair.
Colour is vitally important and when design a space help to create the desired mood, a distinct look or embrace a specific style. 2018 with the new colour trends will bring new inspirations, ideas and a new source of energy to create original and personal designs.
Spring is officially upon us and with this season comes new beginnings. New life, more daylight, and lovely fresh bulbs blooming around us… you get the picture. But for many people, spring means a time to rejuvenate. Change. Well, where better to start than within your home?
Two typically underground design movements have soared to prominence in 2015. Now, Industrial design and Steampunk design are officially at the forefront of the year’s most popular interior design trends, contributing to a whole new take on modern classic bathroom design.
What many homeowners learn the hard way is that there’s a lot more to interior design than picking furniture and painting a few walls. How you design your interior directly impacts the functionality, carbon footprint, comfort and aesthetics of your home. Here some reasons not to go it alone.e.