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  • Interior Style: Urban Industrial

    Proudly displaying exposed pipes and beams, double height ceilings and a warehouse look, the urban industrial trend is a cool interior style and can be seen everywhere these days. From restaurants to cafes to shops, the trend is about upscaling, by liberating from traditional home styling and championing a new distinctive raw aesthetic that blends function and aesthetics.  

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  • Interior Style: Eclectic Boho Glam

    Part hippie and part chic, eclectic boho glam is anything but boring. Combining vintage with modern, this trend is colourful, folk-inspired, simple and has hit the mainstream big time. Décor elements which make up this style include pattern on pattern and abstract designs, mixed with diverse and whimsical materials reminiscent of the vintage 50’s and 60’s.

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  • Interior Style: Modern Farmhouse

    Gentle lines and a lived-in aesthetic sum up the modern farmhouse trend beautifully. Combining an easy and clean style, this design philosophy is evocative of Old England and Americana and has come to the forefront as an innovative example of purposeful living. For those yearning for interior and architectural style in its and cleanest form, this is it.

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  • Interior Style: Tropical Botanical

    When it comes to the home, one of the easiest ways you can add finishing touches is to include flora in the shape of botanicals. This trend, the botanical jungle look, will always be a firm favourite for many schemes. It’s quite simple to introduce this look. Think of lavish palm prints and the iconic 1970s cheese plant, which aren't going anywhere in terms of look and feel and not to forget the lush jades and emeralds that will be the start of the colour palette.

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  • Interior Style: Scandinavian

    Known for simplicity, utility and cosiness, the distinctive Scandinavian design trend is pure, pared back and centred around clean, modern lines. Characterised by earthy muted tones, honest materials and minimal decoration, this trend offers warm functionality, beauty and exudes an understated elegance.

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  • Interior Style: Family Focus

    In the world of interior design, sometimes a lifestyle trend will emerge which focuses more on how you can make the most of your current living situation, and less about changing your home to suit a style trend. The perfect example of this is ‘Family Focus’, where differing needs and ideas from varying personalities, ages and style preferences are drawn together to create a look that is eclectic, practical yet chic.

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  • How to Get the Tropical Botanical Look

    The tropical botanical trend continues to dominate interiors and home accessories this year. Seen in many different forms, from homewares to wall coverings to textiles, this style brings nature into living spaces making them more relaxed, inspiring and uplifting. Although this look works across a variety of seasons, there’s no better time than now to explore as we inch our way into spring.

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  • Celebrate The Queen's Birthday with the Traditional English Country Look

    When turning 91 this year, on 21st April,  Queen Elizabeth II will be the longest reigning British monarch and the oldest serving Head of State. After celebrating 65 years on the throne, she will also be the first English queen or king in history to reach a Sapphire Jubilee. Her Majesty’s Palace Gardens are an outstanding royal treasure and are the inspiration behind many floral paintings and prints.

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  • Blackout Curtains: Benefits and Uses

    As the days become longer and warmer, and our calendars get booked up with outdoor activities, it is essential to get a good’s night sleep in order to prepare. The joy of waking up fully rested and stepping away from Winter’s cosy Hygge lifestyle. Although this seasonal sunshine is a treat, the bright mornings can significantly interrupt our sleeping patterns and affect our biological rhythms, which can be a nuisance to light sleepers and children alike.

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  • Everything About Voile Curtains

    Window treatments are one of the most important accessories to enhance a home’s look and functionality. Whether it be a sense of privacy or openness you are after, voile has become a popular choice due to its elegance and light weight. Far from boring, voile fabric goes well with both traditional and contemporary interior design due to the number of looks which it can achieve. Evoking a sense of relaxation and tranquillity, its delicate and sheer nature stirs feelings of spaciousness in a room, offering versatility and practicality at the same time.

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