Category Archives: Interior Trends

Lighting on George Clarke’s Ugly House to Lovely House

George Clarke's Ugly House to Lovely House

Did you see our lighting on George Clarke’s Ugly House to Lovely House last week on Channel 4? Ugly House to Lovely House is a brand new series for Channel 4 and it champions the power of great architecture to transform undervalued and unloved British homes into exciting spaces in which to live.

Key home interiors trends for Autumn Winter 2015/16

Ted Baker Shadow Floral Rug

With the current changing of seasons we thought we’d do a quick round-up of the predicted home interiors trends for autumn winter 2015/16… And get to work updating our homes accordingly! We think you’ll agree that the weather has most definitely turned. Dropping temperatures would indicate that we are tail-spinning towards autumn… And winter. We […]

Vintage Naturalist: Create your own on-trend vintage light

vintage naturalist light

Being as we are a company of vintage lovers we couldn’t help but be intrigued by an interiors trend dubbed ‘Vintage Naturalist’. It quite sparked our imaginations and I decided to investigate further. We’ve seen the trend for digital prints of large old-fashioned blooms like chrysanthemums, peonies and roses continue through summer into autumn and […]

Navy Blue: How to use the colour in your own home

navy blue style guide

I’m loving navy blue right now. Gorgeous inky versions of navy…maybe it’s my love of Abigail Ahern’s interior style which gives me my lust for this colour? I’m finding I’m quite drawn to it fashion-wise as well. I wear black a lot (amongst greys, whites and brighter pops of colour), but I’m particularly loving a […]

Marsala – the rich red-brown colour having a renaissance

enamel shades on marsala background

It probably hasn’t escaped your notice that Marsala is Pantone’s colour of the year 2015 – Pantone describes Marsala as… “A naturally robust and earthy red wine, Marsala enriches out minds, bodies and souls”. Well the colour might enrich, but we’re not sure about the wine itself! We think the colour Pantone Marsala is more […]