Ochre Palette

10 ways to style your home with Ochre Sunnier than mustard yet soother than zesty yellow, Ochre has become a go-to colour within interior design due to its warmth, elegance, and versatility. If you are not afraid to experiment with colour, Ochre can team with almost any style in any room making it a playful…

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Mushroom Palette

Our love affair with neutral inspired interiors does not seem to be lessening and over the last 5 years the popularity of mushroom colour palettes within design are increasingly popular. Seen as an alternative to simplistic white yet more characterful than cream, mushroom has the sophistication and warmth to be incorporated into an assortment of…

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Very Peri – Colour of the Year 2022

Last month Pantone announced their Colour of the Year 2022 with a confident and imaginative hue – Very Peri. Pantone, who are widely considered the authority on upcoming colour trends, have created a blue tone with violet/ red undertones that feels peppy and dynamic. Described as a ‘periwinkle shade of blue’ this colour symbolises moving…

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Ultimate Gray & Illuminating – Colour of the Year 2021

For 2021’s highly anticipated colour of the year Pantone have surprised us with not one but two shades, Ultimate Gray and Illuminating. It is only the second time Pantone have selected two colours, the first being in 2016 with Serenity and Rose Quartz (or otherwise known as Millennial Pink) and after a tumultuous 2020, a…

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How To: create the cosiest bedroom

The start of the year can often feel dreary and drawn out, with dark nights, frosty temperatures and long months ahead before the buzz of summer. Your home can be your haven during these monotonous times and making sure it is a comfy and welcoming space is easily achievable. Our bedrooms are the best place…

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Classic Blue – Colour of the Year 2020

It is that time again…  when Pantone announces their Colour of the Year and we are treated to an insight within the design world and what we will be sure to see crop up in upcoming months in fashion, music, technology and of course interior design – and for 2020 we have Classic Blue.

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Colour Theory

Primary Colours – Red / Blue / Yellow Secondary Colours – Orange / Green / Violet Tertiary Colours – Red- Orange / Yellow – Orange / Yellow – Green / Blue – Green / Blue – Violet / Red – Violet NEUTRALS Neutral colours are not on the colour wheel. These include white, cream, grey, beige, taupe and…

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Terracotta Palette

When Dulux announced their colour for 2019 was Spiced Honey it reignited my love for rich and earthy Mediterranean shades, and throughout the year I have been drawn to Terracotta tones –   like my new dusty pink cushions or the Pinterest board I obsessively add to. Terracotta is a subtly sophisticated palette that can energise…

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Rainbow Palette

RED This bathroom is luxurious as the bold red walls make the room feel modern and sophisticated. The symbolism of red in interior design is often associated with confidence, high passion and power, illustrated in this bathroom as it is a small space turned into a focal feature area in a home. The large inviting…

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Eclectic Style

  Defining ‘eclectic’ style can be somewhat of a challenge, as it is a term that is thrown around loosely in defining interiors. What can be said for sure is a home that represents eclecticism is one that is rich in character and humour and as you enter you get a real sense of the…

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White Palette

All-white schemes within home interiors have always been considered a safe and sound base that you can add style and character to – a blank palette in which to express your style. However, the idea of keeping your space plain and neutral has become increasingly popular within design as simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

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Modern Country

Modern Country has become a key style within interior design that produces a harmonious space with a warmth of character. Interiors that are formed with a rustic mood and modern touches are the epitome of uncomplicated elegance, and work well within a rural or urban environment. Approaching this style within your own home can be…

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Living Coral – Colour of the Year 2019

It has come to that time when Pantone announce the colour of the year which will dominate within leading designs and trends, interiors as well as on catwalks around the world. For 2019 we have ‘Living Coral’, a glowing and spirited tone that personally I am very thrilled and delighted to see brighten up our…

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Ultraviolet – Colour of the Year 2018

When Pantone announced the colour of 2018 was Ultra violet, I have to admit I was rather doubtful and uncertain of the connection within the interior design world. The notion of deep purples and vivacious hues of violet in the home is a little too daring and bold for my taste. However, throughout the year…

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Scandi Style

Scandinavian interiors are characterized by elements such as simplicity in style, minimalism and functionality. It is easy to achieve this design in your home, creating a space that incorporates the main themes of Nordic style yet with a personal twist to make it your own. Here we list 5 key ways to infuse an interior…

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