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  • Fringing

    This February is all about FRINGING! This tasselled adornment has taken the catwalks by storm with many designers choosing skirts, bags and jackets with this decorative finish and it is now translating into interior design for a bohemian, vintage or ranch inspired look that creates texture and movement within your chosen interior space.

    Bohemian

    Bohemian interiors are still as popular as ever as they create a laid back and relaxed interior feel that is chic and stylish. Fringing makes a great feature in a bohemian style living room by adding a selection of fringed and tasselled cushions to a sofa or armchair featuring tribal inspired prints and patterns or Moroccan inspired designs with bold and bright colours and beaded embellishments. You can also include some fringed curtains on a window or door way that will create shadow and movement at different times of the day. These can be layered with beaded curtains for a vintage bohemian feel. If you wish to create a focal point within your interior space then why not hang a fringed rug or tapestry on a main feature wall, chimney breast or above your bed for a striking visual feature within the room.

    Ranch

    If you love the rustic cowboy inspired look that comes with a ranch style interior design then fringing is the perfect embellishment that will create warmth and cosiness within your chosen room. Opt for a selection of suede and leather fringed cushions in tan and chocolate colour schemes and team with faux hide designs in cattle print patterns to create a focal point on a sofa, chair or bed. For a striking dining room interior then you can select some suede or leather dining chairs with fringed edging or back rests and metal rivets that will look wonderful teamed with a large rectangular chunky oak dining table. Decorate a window or patio door with suede fringed curtains in neutral and earthen colour tones such as brown, taupe or burnt orange and secure with some faux antler tie backs for a truly rugged finish.

    Vintage

    Vintage interiors are great for creating a variation in finishes and textures within your interior space. A large fringed rug with a vintage or period style pattern will look great in a living room, bedroom, dining room or hallway and can be mixed and matched with some knitted or crocheted cushions and a fringed pouffee for a cosy and colourful finish. If you wish to create a focal point on a bedside table, side table or sideboard then opt for a vintage brass or silver lamp base and complete with a fringed or tasselled lamp shade in soft pastel colours for a chic and feminine finish. Why not team this style of lamp with a co-ordinating fringed ceiling pendant or some fringed wall lights that will look great on a plain feature wall or placed centrally within an alcove area.

    For more ideas on using fringing in your home interior, take a look at this week’s latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Fringing.

  • Colour Trend - Manor Red

    Period style colour schemes are an ever popular choice for a wide variety of home interiors as they create a sophisticated and stylish ambiance within your chosen room. MANOR RED is a perfect colour choice for those that wish to create a warm and cosy feel within their home. This colour scheme is rich and luxurious and is sure to create a refined elegance in both modern and traditional interior spaces.

    For a simple and sleek interior design then why not partner manor red with a crisp white or a monochrome colour palette that will create a bold and striking finish within your room. Add baroque patterned wallpaper for a regal inspired interior or a bold geometric patterned design for a more modern interior design. If you prefer a more countrified and colourful interior finish then you can team manor red with forest green, chocolate brown and cream for a rustic interior design that has a hint of rugged highland elegance. This look can be further accentuated with some tartan or hounds tooth wallpaper that will look great hung on a main feature wall or chimney breast area.

    Red hues have long been a staple choice for fabrics and furnishings as they create a cosy and rich ambiance within your home. For a classic period feel then upholster a large chesterfield style sofa and armchair in a manor red velvet or satin fabric and co-ordinate with some large and heavy velvet curtains that can be secured with gold tasselled tie backs for added luxury. Rococo style cushions will add some glamour and sophistication to a red satin bedding set that can be given an added twist of refinement with a gold quilted throw. If you prefer a more modern interior design then upholster a retro style armchair in a manor red, black and white geometric fabric that can be co-ordinated with a bold patterned retro rug that will look great in a living room or bedroom interior.

    Period colours are a great choice as they can be teamed with many different styles of furniture, depending on your chosen design. Traditional oak furniture will create a cosy and welcoming feel with a twist of country style charm or you can opt for dark mahogany furniture for a truly stately inspired home interior. For a light yet still cosy interior design then you can select some cream painted furniture items that will compliment the rich tones of the deep red back drop. If you prefer a more modern interior look then why not add some sleek and bright style to your room with some white high gloss furniture items. These will create a sense of space and light that is perfect for counteracting the deep and bold colour scheme and provide the illusion of space in smaller or more compact rooms.

    For more ideas on using a manor red colour scheme in your own home interior, take a look at this week’s latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Manor Red Colour Scheme.

  • Function and Beauty

    While it is always nice to have a home that looks stylish and reflects the personalities of its occupants there is also a need to create rooms and spaces that provide the perfect balance of FUNCTION AND BEAUTY. Some rooms of the home are essential spaces where we need to have a blend of visual style, practical design and accessories to make everyday life that little bit easier. These spaces should provide you with all you need for a specific function without negotiating or distracting from your chosen style and finish.

    Kitchens

    Kitchens are an area of the home where we spend a surprising amount of time, from cooking meals to making a cup of tea; kitchens are one of the most functional rooms of the home that require numerous gadgets, utensils and appliances to get you through every day. Items such as fridges, dishwashers and washing machines are a must have for any home however they can make our kitchens look a little mechanical and boring. You can prevent this by integrating these items into cupboard spaces or select stand out items such as brightly coloured designs, sleek black or silver that will add style and visual impact in your space. Select accessories such as coffee machines, kettles and toasters that co-ordinate with your decor and blend seamlessly into your kitchen design.

    Bedrooms

    Bedrooms are an area of the home where several of our daily events take place. From getting dressed and applying our make up to drying our hair and catching some sleep; the bedroom is a hub of activity. No one wants a bedroom that is full of mess and clutter; instead you want an organised and laid back space that is relaxed and stylish. If you have enough space then a walk in wardrobe is the perfect choice for those with extensive clothing collections. Make sure you have specified areas for clothes, shoes and accessories and include a floor length mirror for those all important outfit selections. Place in dressing table in a central position within the room with a co-ordinating stool or dressing table chair for added comfort and functionality. Try to find a design with plenty of drawers and storage space for all of your make- up, beauty products and accessories.

    Home Office

    If you work from home or are a student then you are likely to spend a great deal of time in your home office or study. While these rooms have to be functional and full of essential items and accessories for your working day, there is no need to negotiate on the visual style or the ambiance of your space. Selecting the right desk space is an essential element of this room. A spacious desk with areas for your files and folders, stationary and computer are key in creating a space that is organised and tidy while a leather or fabric ergonomic office chair will ensure that your posture is supported throughout the day while still looking sleek and sophisticated. Select furniture items such as filing cabinets, side tables and chests of drawers that will provide plentiful storage while creating a cosy and welcoming space in which to sit.

    For more ideas on creating a functional and beautiful interior space, take a look at our latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Function and Beauty.

  • Geo-Glass Coffee Table With 2 Nest Tables

    The Geo-Glass Coffee Table with 2 Nest Tables is a sleek and stylish furniture item that is sure to create a striking focal point in any living room interior. This elegant designer inspired furniture item is perfect for those who wish to create a more contemporary feel within their home interior. The simple and linear style will compliment a wide variety of interior colour schemes.

    This table set is perfect for large families or those who love to entertain their guests. The main coffee table is perfectly sized to house an array of mugs, cups and glasses while the two smaller tables can be shared among your family members or guests for use as personal coffee tables. When not in use these smaller tables can be stored neatly beneath the coffee table for a neat and uncluttered living room area.

    Each of the tables has been crafted from a single sheet of toughened annealed glass to create a fluid arch with no screws, bolts or fittings. This gives the tables an illusion of light and invisibility that is perfect for create a spacious feel in smaller or more compact home interiors. These tables can be used as a set or you can also use the two smaller tables as lamp tables or side tables within your living room area.

    If you love this light and open style of furniture then why not partner this coffee table set with the Venetian Mirrored Widescreen TV Unit that will create an eye-catching focal point within your living room area. This TV unit is crafted from high quality panels of mirrored glass with bevelled edges for added style and elegance, the base boards are matt black MDF for added strength and durability.

    The main table top area can be used to display a widescreen TV up to 60 inches in size making it perfect for enjoying a movie night with friends and family. The two central open front shelves can be used to display a TV box or DVD player with a rear outlet for your cables and wiring. This TV unit also features a small drawer and two outer cupboards that are ideally sized to store your DVDs, games and media accessories in one neat and organised space. The drawers and drawers are completed with crystal pumpkin handles for added glitz and glamour.

    For more items that will compliment this interior look, head over to the website where you will find our range of Glass Coffee Tables and stylish Venetian Mirrored Furniture.

  • 1970s Glamour

    Retro interiors are set to be a big hit for 2018 however they don’t always have to be the bold and bright spaces that we normally associate with this style of design. If you want to create a luxurious finish in your chosen room then the 1970s GLAMOUR trend will add a splash of vintage charm and opulence to your home interior. This look brings together retro items and accessories with elegant furnishings and fabrics and colour palettes to create a rich and refined home interior.

    Start with a classic and neutral colour palette that will create a stylish backdrop for your interior space. Soft white, dove grey and taupe colour tones are a great base for a 1970s inspired home and can be accented with tonal pastel hues such as duck egg and lemon or mustard and duck egg for a hint of luxury colour. Opt for white or grey coloured wallpaper with a gold or silver print and pattern such a retro geometric designs or vertical stripes that will create visual detail without overpowering the entire room. Velvet or suede effect wallpaper will add texture and movement to a main feature wall while glittered wallpaper will look extremely glamorous in a bedroom or dressing room interior.

    Opt for rich and luxurious fabrics that will work across your upholstery and soft furnishings. Velvet and satin make the perfect choice for a 1970s inspired interior look and look great in metallic silver and gold hues. Hang curtains in oversized swathes with tasselled or beaded tie backs and add a gold or silver beaded or glitter blind behind for added retro glamour. Upholster a vintage sofa in rich velvet with a black painted frame for a contrasting finish. Choose a mix and match of geometric patterned cushions with metallic accents and partner with faux fur and glitter cushions for a hint of disco glamour. Finish the room with a large shag pile rug in crisp white or grey to create a focal point in the centre of the room.

    Crisp white painted furniture will create the light and bright feel that will compliment the metallic glitz and glamour of a 1970s interior. Opt for painted items for a cosy feel and sleek high gloss pieces or clear glass furniture that will create a sense of space and openness in smaller rooms of the home. If you are feeling extra glamorous then why not invest in some silver or gold painted furniture items that can be co-ordinated with your choice of upholstery and fabrics. Opt for accessories such as 1970s gold vases, wall lights or beaded ceiling lights and abstract metallic wall art and mirrors that will look great on a main feature wall or chimney breast area. If you’re feeling extra fun then why not add a disco ball and get groovy in your newly designed retro space.

    For more ideas on creating a glamorous 1970s inspired interior design, take a look at our latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - 1970s Glamour.

     

  • Colour Trend - Squash

    Warm yet bright colour schemes are set to be a huge trend this year and tonal yellows and orange hues are perfect for any season of the year. A SQUASH colour scheme will create a pop of colour within your home without overpowering the ambiance of your room. This pale orange hue can be paired with modern and traditional interior designs to create a fresh and cosy feel.

    For a soft and classic interior feel then partner squash with rich cream or off white to create a light and bright interior design that is perfect for smaller home interiors. For a more modern twist on this colour tone that team squash with dove, grey charcoal and black for a deep and rich interior feel that is masculine and sophisticated. If you prefer a colourful and bright interior feel then you can create a burst of vibrancy with a squash, fuchsia, turquoise and purple colour palette that is sure to create a tropical inspired feel within your chosen room. Floral and tropical print wallpapers will look great on a main feature wall or opt for vintage and retro geometric designs in squash, mustard, cream and brown that will create a focal point within the room.

    If you love the brightness and warmth of Mediterranean home decor then this colour scheme is perfect for you. Opt for some squash coloured linen or cotton curtains and partner with cream, brown and squash coloured cushions and rugs featuring traditional, Spanish and Greek inspired patterns. For a more exotic feel then select some squash coloured satin curtains and team with satin cushions or bedding in bold eastern colour schemes, featuring metallic beads and tassels for a Moroccan inspired room. Vintage homes can be given a touch of colour with some squash and mustard coloured bold geometric bedding, cushions, rugs and curtains that will create visual impact within your home.

    Cream or white painted furniture will compliment the bright tones of a squash colour scheme and can be used to create a sense of space and light in smaller rooms of the home. If you wish to accentuate the orange undertones of the colour scheme then why not include some oak furniture that will create a cosy and welcoming feel in any room of the home. Grey painted furniture provides a perfect balance of modern and classic interior style and will look wonderful in both bold and neutral interior spaces. For a classic finish, include some gold or copper accessories such as lighting, tableware and candleholders or if you prefer a more fresh and clean feel select white or cream ornaments and accessories that will create an uplifting feel in your chosen room. Rustic homes can be decorated with oak photo frames, mirrors and sculptures to create a cosy and rich interior ambiance.

    For more ideas on adding a squash colour scheme to your home interior, take a look at this week’s latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Squash Colour Trend.

     

  • Raw Vintage

    The RAW VINTAGE interior trend brings together the character and homeliness of retro interior design with rugged and rustic materials and finishes to create a room that is stylish and functional. This look can be achieved with genuine antique and modern reproduction items that will create a stylish feature within your chosen room. Don’t be afraid to mix and match your items and finishes to create a variety of style within your chosen space.

    Opt for classic vintage colour schemes featuring cream, antique white, taupe, mocha and chocolate for a subtle and cosy interior feel. You can add pops of colour with burnt orange, mustard or pastel coloured accents for a more delicate interior design. Vintage patterned wallpapers have made a huge comeback across high street stores and can be used to create a variety of finishes within the room. Opt for large abstract or traditional floral designs for a feminine interior touch or more bold and bright geometric prints and patterns that will create an eye-catching focal point within your interior space.

    Vintage furniture is a great way of bringing warmth and style into your interior space. Mix and match your furniture items for a quirky retro feel, including 1950s style tables and chairs, 1980s dressers or 1920s sideboards in a variety of oak, mahogany, pine and painted wood finishes for a homely and lived in interior ambiance. Alternatively for a more modern vintage feel with a hint of urban loft living select some industrial inspired furniture with white washed oak and metal accents such as rivet edging and handles that will compliment both neutral and coloured interior colour schemes.

    Vintage fabrics and patterns make a great addition to a neutral interior space as they create detail in an otherwise neutral space. Retro patterned curtains in cream, brown and orange colour schemes will look great with brown leather sofas and armchairs to create a 1970s inspired room that can be further decorated with matching cushions, throws and rugs. For a more rustic retro feel then opt for brown or cream linen curtains and co-ordinating sofas with dark wood frames and a brown leather or cream knitted pouffee that will look great in the centre of the living room.

    Mix and match your accessories to showcase a variety of materials and finishes. Vintage floor lamps in brass or copper finishes look great teamed with matching table lamps for a refined and masculine vintage feel. Vintage metal kitchen accessories will transform your kitchen interior and add character to your cooking space; opt for copper or brass cake mixers and kettles and team with Bakelite accessories and wall clocks for added detail. Include a large wooden or industrial bookcase in a living room, bedroom or home office and include a collection of classic vintage books or comics that will create visual detail on a main feature wall or alcove area.

    For more ideas on creating a raw vintage home interior, take a look at our latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Raw Vintage.

  • Product of the Week - Hereford Rustic Oak 3 Over 4 Drawer Multi Chest

    The Hereford Rustic Oak 3 over 4 Drawer Multi Chest is a large and spacious furniture item that provides the perfect combination of style and practicality. The warm golden oak finish will compliment a wide variety of modern and traditional home interiors to create a cosy and timeless finish. This chest of drawers will look great in any living room, dining room, hallway or bedroom.

    Hereford Rustic Oak Multi Chest
    Hereford Rustic Oak Multi Chest

    This large multi chest is crafted from the finest quality solid North American oak and oak veneer panels, making this chest strong and durable and perfect for everyday use. The oak has a natural medium gold colouring and is hand treated with a protective wax for a lustrous and hardwearing finish. The pine bottomed drawers come complete with in built drawer stops that prevent the drawers from being accidently pulled all the way out; particularly handy if you have little children at home.

    The spacious 40mm thick, solid oak table top area can be used to display a lamp, telephone or ornament collection, creating a focal point within your chosen space. The three smaller drawers located towards the top of the chest are ideal for tucking away any stationary items, paperwork and general nik naks while the four larger drawers provide additional space for any small clothing items and accessories to ensure that your home remains neat and organised. The drawers are finished with antique style, bonze metal swing handles that bring together modern and classic furniture design features.

    Hereford Rustic Oak Display Cabinet

    You can partner this large chest of drawers with a co-ordinating Hereford Rustic Oak Glazed Display Cabinet that will take pride of place in any living room, dining room or hallway. This multi functional unit is perfect for both display and storage purposes and will create a visual focal point within your chosen room.

    The glazed upper area of the cabinet contains four spacious internal shelves that are ideal for displaying your ornaments and collectibles in one central and secure space where they can be admired without the worry of them being damaged or broken. This display unit also features two wide lower drawers that provide additional space for any general household accessories and bits and bobs. The doors are finished with simple bronze door knobs and the drawers feature bronze effect swing handles for an antique, period twist.

    For more items that will complete you interior look, head over to the website where you will find our new and extensive range of Hereford Rustic Oak furniture.

  • Colourful Kitchens

    This time of year can be extremely dull and grey and it can sometimes put a bit of a shadow over our interior spaces and decor. This season why not inject some colour and illumination into your home interior with a bold and COLOURFUL KITCHEN design. A colourful kitchen area will create a hub within the home in which you can cook, sit and socialise and perfectly brings together style and functionality.

    Jewelled colour tones are hot on trend this season and kitchen designers have jumped on board to produce bright and bold door and drawer fronts that will create a burst of colour within your kitchen interior. Opt for stylish emerald green, turquoise blue, ruby red and sapphire pink high gloss finishes that will look amazing with sleek black or white work tops, tiles and splash backs. For a streamlined look, opt for handless soft close cupboards and drawers or select some metallic chrome handles for an elegant cupboard design. These sophisticated kitchens can be teamed with black or chrome kitchen accessories and that will create a contemporary designer finish in the home.

    If you prefer a more traditional or vintage look then why not opt for a pastel coloured kitchen that can be used to create a feminine shabby chic feel or a retro 1950s diner look. For a rustic feel select painted kitchen cupboards and drawers in pastel pink, blue, mint or lemon with natural wood worktops and include a large welsh dresser that can be filled with kitchen items, accessories and ornaments and include some brass or copper accessories for a touch of metallic shimmer. For a more retro look, opt for glossy pastel kitchen units with chrome or Perspex handles and sleek white worktops for a crisp yet bright bubblegum feel. Include Bakelite accessories such as bowls, clocks and utensils that will create an authentic vintage feel within your kitchen area.

    If you are not brave enough to opt for colour on your main kitchen units then why not add colour as an accent with your worktops, accessories and seating. A crisp white kitchen will look fabulous with bold and brightly coloured worktops that will create pops of colour within the interior spaces. Alternatively why not opt for a statement oven or fridge freezer that can be displayed in a wide variety of primary and neon colour tones that can be clashed or co-ordinated with your kitchen colour scheme. You can also include a coloured toaster, kettle, coffee machine or storage jars that can be used to create a bright and fresh feel in a plain kitchen area. If you have an island, breakfast bar or dining table in your kitchen area then why not include some bold and colourful kitchen stools or dining chairs that feature stylish chrome or copper frames for a modern look or pastel painted wooden finishes for a more vintage, country cottage inspired design.

    For more ideas on adding a colourful kitchen to your home interior, take a look at our latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Colourful Kitchens.

  • Colour Trend - Limestone

    Neutral colour schemes are an ever popular choice for home interiors as they create a bright yet cosy feel in any room of the home. Grey is a great choice of colour tone with LIMESTONE providing a light and illuminating appearance with a hint of tonal natural colour. This pale yet rich grey hue will look great in both modern and traditional home interiors and is a versatile and timeless colour choice that works with numerous interior design trends.

    If your home is small or your room dimensions compact then why not team a limestone colour choice with a crisp white paint colour that will open up your interior space and leave you with something of a blank canvas in which to add a variety of accent colours or patterns and prints. For a deeper and more masculine finish you can pair limestone grey with deep and dark pewter, charcoal or black for a stylish twist on a traditional monochrome interior. This colour looks wonderful with dusky colour tones such as duck egg blue, pink, peach and mint or can be paired with bolder red, mustard or lime for a striking interior finish.

    Grey is taking over from cream as the go to colour choice for neutral interior decorating and traditional cream cotton and linen fabrics are making way for natural and luxurious grey soft furnishings that will look amazing in contemporary or classic home interiors. If you love the elegance and luxury of period interior design then why not opt for some large and heavy satin or velvet limestone curtains that can be paired with co-ordinating baroque patterned cushions and a velvet upholstered sofa, armchair or chaise lounge for a glamorous and opulent ambiance in the home. If you prefer a more cosy and laid back feel then opt for a Nordic inspired interior design with cotton and linen curtains in plain limestone colour palettes and decorate a sofa or bed with a scattering of plain limestone cotton, grey faux fur and fairisle print cushions that can be teamed with a co-ordinating faux fur rug.

    Grey painted furniture was one of the best sellers in 2017and is not waning in popularity for 2018. Light grey painted furniture items will look great against a limestone painted backdrop and will create a light and tonal ambiance in a wide range of interior spaces. White painted furniture will also compliment the light and neutral colour scheme while deep black furniture will add a more bold and striking contrast that is perfect for those who wish to create a dramatic focal point within their chosen room. Silver and chrome accessories will look perfect against a limestone interior colour scheme and can be used across your photo frames, mirrors, ornaments and lighting to create a complimentary look that works well in both modern and classic interior designs.

    For more ideas on using a limestone colour scheme in your home interior, take a look at our latest Pinterest board - Pinterest - Limestone Colour Trend.

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