Your living rooms and spaces are really the epicentres of your home over the cold, winter months. Ideal for a warm, comfy retreat, these rooms act as a welcome retreat after a long day of dealing with the unpleasant weather! To help you maximise that cosy feeling, we’ve put together these tips of features you should look to include in your home to make the most out of your space!
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The living rooms we live in come in many different shapes and sizes. Whether it’s a mansion or a quaint bungalow, we all strive for a welcoming space where we can relax and socialise with family and friends. The living room is such an important place as it’s arguably the most used place in the home so creating that warmth is a must. However, despite how much we all want that perfect room, it can such a headache to achieve. Furniture position plays a vital part in creating that calming place, and finding the right arrangement is crucial. To help cure your problem, check out these ways to accomplish a successful setup. Continue Reading
Our conservatories and orangeries quickly become the pride and joys in our homes but finding the right interior for this additional room can be tasking! Granted, the design will ultimately depend on the rooms function (second living room, kitchen etc.) but it more importantly, needs to gel with the rest of your house otherwise it will look odd and out of place. So, to give you a helping hand we’ve listed some ways to design your rear room so it capitalises on the sunlight and is welcoming for all of your visitors! Continue Reading
In modern times, we live a hectic lifestyle; running from meetings and rushing to meet deadlines. That’s why a lot of people have adopted Zen interior design as a way of furnishing their homes. Continue Reading
The 1960s was all about cultural change and rebellion, this was true in all aspects of life including pop music, fashion and design. Historical influences were rejected by many new modernist designers who adopted new ways of thinking, they looked forward rather than backwards and the results are still extremely distinctive, half a century later. Continue Reading