Eco-Friendly Interior Design

As the consumption of natural resources and energy has dramatically increased over the last few decades, so has our awareness of the damage caused to the earth’s eco systems. Design can have a vast impact on the environment, and it is imperative that we incorporate sustainable materials and products going forward in order to contribute…

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Raw & Rustic Style

The use of raw wood and rustic earthy tones within interior design is a dedicated staple when it comes to calming contemporary style. In the latest photography book by Swedish stylist Hans Blomquist ‘Inspired by Nature: Creating a Personal & Natural Interior’ he explores the pure and organic, producing some stunningly evocative and beautiful imagery.…

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Cork Palette

With sustainability being a major movement and talking point within design, it is inevitable that we have embraced resources and materials with eco-friendly credentials that are free of chemical components. One of these said materials that I have particularly enjoyed witnessing designers explore is Cork wood. Sustainably harvested from the branches of a cork tree…

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Botanical Style

The application of nature within our interiors have transformed through the years – from the increased popularity of plant life within 1970s mid-century homes to recent trends of bold palm prints or boho terrariums, there are no limitations or restrictions within botanical style. A varied source for colour and pattern inspiration, floral and plant imagery…

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Lagom Style

Lagom is a Scandinavian concept in which you achieve moderation and balance within your life – not having too much, or too little but just the ‘right amount’. Lagom has followed in the footsteps of Hygge (the Danish wellness ideal of ‘enjoyment in the simple things’) and is now exercised in modern life, not just…

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