Winter was made for metallics. Christmas, New Years, and the blustery months that follow are perfect opportunities to introduce glistening golds and sparkling silvers to your décor. From shimmering dining rooms and radiant kitchens to twinkling bedrooms and glimmering living spaces, metallics will enrich your interiors and wow the eyes. Here, we’ll give you some top tips on how to use these scintillating favourites with expert ease.
Whether you’re donning boughs of holly and feeling jolly, or prefer something a little more understated when it comes to Christmas décor, we implore you not to forget about your hallways. Though occasionally overlooked on the design front, hallways can have a major impact on the look and feel of your home. This season offers the perfect excuse to liven up these beloved spaces. The following tips will ensure your hallways are fantastically festive, comfortingly cosy, and superbly seasonal. Fa la la la la la la la la………
Your kitchen is the heart of your home, which means it’s not only responsible for many important tasks, it’s also where family and friends often find themselves congregating. Because of this, it comes as no surprise that a large kitchen is a good thing. More space means more room for cooking, relaxing, and enjoying the company of loved ones. Thankfully, there are ways to make your kitchen look and feel larger even if you’re cramped for space. The following post will tell you how.
Is your space a little lack lustre? Perhaps you’re looking for a simple upgrade to your interiors? One of the best things you can do to increase your chic factor is to add texture to your rooms, which will also add more interest to your space and intrigue the eye. Texture is a great way to enliven a neutral space—even if you’re not keen on colour, you can use our texturising tips for easy invigoration. With winter fast approaching, it’s the perfect time to inject some texture for maximum cosy. The following post tells you how.