No one can ever argue the fact that kid’s bedrooms are the most fun to design and decorate. However, the thought that it has to be an expensive process, is truly a misconception. The possibilities are endless and our imagination has graduated considerably from the popular ‘Peppa pig’ and ‘Spiderman’ options we have had to work with in the past.
The style and functionality of your space will quickly decline if its covered with books, magazines or trash and yesterday’s lunch papers. One of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to improve the function, productivity, and style of your office is to clean it up! Don’t forget to untangle the dusty nests of cables, wires, and plugs behind and around your desk.
Talking about love, especially around Valentine’s Day, can feel cliché and contrived. But the events of the past year have shown that almost nothing can (or should) be taken for granted. Here at home and around the world we have seen and heard stories of immense hardship, of lives and livelihoods that have been forever changed.
After a tempestuous 2020, the Pantone Color Institute has taken up its annual task of forecasting the colour that will best tint, shade, adorn and decorate the year ahead. And while Pantone don’t usually unveil two colours, we think we all deserve something twice as nice to kickstart the year
We adore the sparkling and glitzy combination of silver and gold. Not only is this an especially beautiful way to deck out your tree, the combo can be used to add a bit of old-school Hollywood glam to entrance halls, bedrooms and dining rooms.
A little extra wallpaper can be unrolled for a one-of-a-kind table runner. The best part is you won’t have to worry about those inevitable spills and stains; after lunch just wipe down and save the runner for your next party or recycle it.