As any home owner, renovator or decorator will know, creating a well-designed home is a costly experience. Throw some of these expensive design mistakes in and the bill is going to escalate.
With a little know-how and guidance, you can avoid making these errors, improving the design aesthetic and containing your budget.
All-white interiors can sometimes feel bland, even stark and may lack personality. So, while it may be an easy colour to pick on the paint swatch, you still need to consider how you can warm up your space and make the most of this popular hue.
Here’s our 6 tips to bring warmth into your white living room
Living in a rental property doesn’t mean you can’t inject your own personal style or disguise parts of the home you don’t like. There are plenty of temporary ways you can style your rental property without running the risk of losing your bond and upsetting your landlord. Here are a few of our favourites.
Thinking about redecorating to give your home a much needed update? Want to change your look completely, but don’t want to fall into the trap of following a short-lived trend? Monochromatic decorating is a look that’s here to stay and can be highly effective in creating a stylish aesthetic in your home.
Cushions are the perfect cost-effective accessory to make a statement and an easily update any space according to seasonal trends. You could almost say, interiors heavily depend on cushions to finish off the space like a good hairdo.
If you want to make cushions work in your living room, here’s some advice.
As seasons transition many of us have the desire to rejuvenate our interior spaces just as we do our wardrobes. Reluctantly we’re saying goodbye to summer as we edge our way into autumn and winter, replacing summer linens with chunky wools.
We’ll talk you through 5 ways you can rejuvenate your home to suit the new season...