The term loft, or more precisely: “loft-style” isn’t one to sound glamorous, but its name can be ultimately deceiving. When you have a loft-style home, you’re taking on a defined style that’ll bring in the feel of brutalistic textures, industrial design and modernism to the place you could call your humble abode. A loft style home design doesn’t necessarily
The number of people working from home has dramatically increased in the past few years, with a study showing that around 4.2 million people are now regularly working from home. Having had a major boost from the way in which people are ever-so connected to each other, it is predicted that half of the UK workforce will be able
Many organisations have a tendency to neglect visitor-friendly décor. Whether you’re a creative agency, a finance office, or a local doctor’s surgery, designing a welcoming reception area makes a massive impact on a visitor’s first impression of the company.
For open-plan receptions with the front desk sharing the room with a seating area, you first need to get a
It’s official: retro furniture is seeing a comeback onto the trendy furniture scene, and it’s coming back better than ever. After the revival of 70s/80s chic fashion and the resurgence of vinyl, it was only inevitable that the furniture that defined the homes of the past would be the inspiration for the retro resurgence of our current time.
These five questions will help you to decide what you should be looking for when choosing the perfect coffee table for your home.
How will you be using the coffee table?
It may seem like a silly question to ask, but there are many functions to a coffee table and how you will be using your coffee table will
Moving into a new home is one of the greatest experiences of all time, but deciding what to move into that new home as you make the place feel homely is one of those decisions that will need to be figured out early on. Do you leave half of your old furniture behind? Should you buy a brand new
There’s something undeniably charming about countryside cottages, and there’s almost a proud but humble characteristic to them, with their thatched roofs, exposed timbers and idyllic surroundings. But how do you embrace the history of your home, whilst bringing in 21st century elements?
The connotations between countryside cottages and modest living stem from the day in which they would typically
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