Blue is regarded as a calming shade, making it a great colour for the bedroom, and when paired with creams, whites and woods, it creates a dreamy, soothing space.
The results are in! With teenagers getting their grades in either A Levels or GCSEs it’s all change at home. Whether your teenager is heading off to university or gearing up for a few more years of studying, it’s best to create a place which works equally well for working hard and playing hard.
There’s nothing like getting back to the basics to do you the world of good – especially in the world of interior design…
We all know what loft living looks like – even if we’re not lucky enough to own a live-in warehouse, we’re familiar with the style from glamorous movies and TV shows.
Summer is an excellent time to do some DIY or redecoration – the warm weather means you can have doors and windows open while your paint dries and you can give your home a whole new look in time for autumn and winter.
The clean, simple shapes, natural woods and stripped-back finishes favoured by the Scandinavian culture continue to influence the way furniture is manufactured around the world. If you like your home to be uncluttered but warm and comfortable then this could be the perfect interiors trend for you to try.