2018 is about to go all wanderlust with Pantone’s Color Of The Year. This is the year of ‘Ultra Violet‘ a defining purple-type violet that twinkles in our dreams and represents the mysteries of our world. Following on from previous colours such as 2017’s ‘Greenery’, 2016s ‘Rose Quartz’ & ‘Serenity’, as well as ‘Marsala’ in 2015, Ultra Violet brings
Our home is the place for love, joy and laughter in a safe location we can call our own. But little do we know, that with everything going on around us: there are many threats we must be aware of. From falling objects, items that can be tripped over, everyday malfunctions and even fires – our homes need to
Do you live in an open-plan or broken-plan home? Although not seen as the default home type in Britain, with an enclosed ‘four walls, one door’ approach to each room in our home ruling supreme, the open and broken room type structural layouts that can be implemented into a home design have the potential to provide a new outlook
To understand which methods you should use to light your home, you need to first understand the role that each type of lighting (such as ambient lighting, accent lighting, and task lighting) plays in your home. Ideally, you want to layer your lighting so that the whole room is lit to your liking. By understanding how, where, and why each
Living with pets can be wonderful, helping to decrease depression, stress and anxiety – improving our lives health-wise. They’re also great company: when they’re not jumping on furniture or ripping down curtains! In this post, we’ll look at how you can choose the best pet-friendly furniture and ensure that the furniture you deck your home out with will live long
The capsule wardrobe isn’t a new concept, but the growing trend of modern minimalism is causing a surge of popularity and interest in capsule wardrobes. Not only are capsule wardrobes and capsule collections being adopted by minimalist trend-setters, but the phenomenon is also proving itself as a practical lifestyle choice amongst both the financially conscious and the perpetually busy.
If there’s one thing we all aspire to have in our life, it’s a home that either looks or is worth a million pounds. The quote “looking like a million dollars” is something that has been a cornerstone of quote gimmicks for many years, but the truth is – with property, this aspect couldn’t be any more important.
With the average home having halved in size since the 1920s, measuring once 1647 square foot with four bedrooms, to todays three bedrooms of 925 feet and furniture being more pricier than ever before – multi-purpose furniture has never played a bigger role in our homes. From furniture pieces that can play the role of a seat and storage, to
“A living room without a sofa?!”, I hear you gasp in a state somewhere betwixt confusion and shock.
The (arguably) most important item of furniture in your living room turns out to not be quite so essential as one would rightfully assume.
“But what do you arrange around the television?”
Minimalist home owners are opting to do without their sofa
When buying a new piece of furniture, one of the biggest questions we have is wondering whether that furniture piece will last long enough for it to be worthwhile. With 670,000 tonnes of bulky furniture waste being thrown away each year in the UK, equivalent to a weight two times as heavy as The Empire State Building, the usability of