Whether it’s a surprise guest who is in need of somewhere to crash for the night or a friend or family member who is staying with you for a little while for a special occasion, sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you need to put someone up for a night. Sometimes you might even end up being the go-to
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It’s hard to truly fall in love with your home, without some of the things that remind you of, well… you! Your home is where you
Is combining furniture with modern technology the next logical step in home design? Of course, there are many people who will completely disagree with this and I’m sure there will be many “analogue” alternatives to tech furniture for centuries to come. Maybe they will eventually be seen as being vintage in style, who knows. But as generations grow older, those
It might seem silly, but if you don’t take into consideration living room furniture arrangement before you go out and buy your side tables, you could end up with a living room that just feels a little unnatural, like something’s not quite right. This kind of unexplainable discomfort in a living room is usually all down to furniture arrangement.
The coffee table can be the most important piece of the living room. Sure, a living room wouldn’t be a living room without a sofa, but once you’re sitting on the sofa all the focus is on the coffee table in front of you. It’s where you put your cup, or your book, or your glasses – it’s where
Console tables are extremely versatile items of furniture that can be placed almost anywhere in the house to instantly add some focal interest. Due to this versatility, the console table has become a timeless addition to the home that can serve a multitude of purposes and even be re-purposed throughout different rooms of the house should you become bored with its initial
Shoebox Room by Martha W McQuade
Bedsits and studio apartments (or flats) usually seem like a nightmare for furniture layout and decoration. The tiny living spaces, affectionately known as “shoebox apartments” often combine the kitchen, living room and bedroom all in one single room – with a private or shared bathroom outside of the room or elsewhere in the building.
The Zaisu is a very common seat in traditional Japanese houses, featuring a normal chair back but no legs. Traditionally the Japanese will sit in a kneeling position, with lower legs folded beneath taking their entire body weight. The use of a Zaisu with a cushion (or zabuton) allows more comfort for those not used to
The Versatility of the Ottoman
An ottoman (also known as a tuffet, hassock, footstool, pouf or pouffe) is defined as a “deeply upholstered seat of any shape, with or without a back” and, considering the name, unsurprisingly originates from the Ottoman Empire. The ottoman furniture piece was introduced to Europe in the late 19th century where it became a central domestic
The colour black has all sorts of negative connotations that go along with it, and it’s certainly not the first choice for most people when contemplating colour schemes for their home. Even when people “like the idea of it”, most eventually never go through with it in fear of getting it wrong – one of the many reasons people are