Room Inspiration: The Bedroom
The bedroom is one of the rooms we spend most of our time in but can be tricky to design due to large furniture items such as beds and wardrobes that we inevitably have to work around. Whether you like calm and restful or bright and bold, practical design can be beautiful! Accessorize your bed with gorgeous cushions and quilts, adding a covered headboard will complete your cosy look. A dark colour on the walls will add an intimate feel whereas keeping things light will give you a lovely, airy feel. Add some statement lighting and some fresh flowers to really complete your look.
Room Inspiration: The Kitchen
A Kitchen shouldn't just be just practical, it is a casual, fun and social space in the centre of the home. A large table makes a great focal point as well as a practical workspace - add a table cloth, napkins and some beautiful pottery to make it really homely.
Room Inspiration: The Sitting Room
The Sitting room is a treasured space, often setting the style for the rest of your home. It is probably the area we spend most of our time in and so is a great place to start when planning a home make over.
Room Inspiration: The Study
Try co-ordinating chairs, blinds and curtains with home made accessories like box files and baskets for a special touch...
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Originally emerging in the 1950's, this trend is simple, functional and elegant and can work in any home. Think clean and bright but also warm and welcoming.
Woven fabrics are perfect along with some bold furniture pieces and some quirky metallic accessories such as candle holders and vases.
English country style emphasizes coziness and our relationship with nature. Think simple and rustic with classic, comfortable pieces of furniture. Florals, checks and spots all work well.
Style: By the Sea
You don't have to live by the sea to bring some coastal style into your home. For a more Scandi style, choose some subtle accessories (seaside themed prints or pottery) and washed out linens give to a relaxed nautical feel to a room, shades of blue work well against pale floors and walls. For something more traditional, use stripes for your furniture and some painted panels will finish the look.