LA DOLCE VITA: WALLCOVERINGS
LONDON DESIGN WEEK 2017
Salone del Mobile, the annual exhibition that attracts innovative luxury furniture and design companies from around the world, opens today. With all industry eyes focused on Milan, we thought we’d turn our attention to wallcoverings inspired by...
SPRING GREENS: WALLCOVERINGs
Are you on the lookout for design inspiration? Do you need to stay on top of the latest interiors trends? With 120 showrooms, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is an essential destination for you. We spent a happy day there during...
Pantone’s Colour of the Year has become a much anticipated annual announcement and is very influential across all areas of design, from fashion to interior decor and architecture. The prediction is made based on the cultural and political zeitgeist – it is a...
CHINESE NY INSPIRATION
British brand House of Hackney is known for its original prints, rich textures and punchy colour palettes and has, according to its website, ‘captured the zeitgeist and the imagination of a new generation.’ It also promotes its social conscience, again an important element...
NEW YEAR, NEW WALLS
Oriental design, motifs and colour palettes have long been popular in interiors, their emphasis on harmony and balance bringing a sense of serenity and wellbeing to a space. With a nod to Chinese New Year, which falls on 28 January this year, we’re exploring Chinese-inspired wallcoverings in this post.
New year is symbolic of new beginnings, as we say goodbye to the year that has passed and welcome in the next. Many of the New Year’s rituals and traditions that take place around the world are laden with symbolism that centres around change, renewal or rebirth.
With the ski season in full swing, we’re taking a look at ‘chalet-chic’ style in this blog post. We can’t bring you mountain views (not real ones, anyway), but there are elements of this look – the warm, cosy feel and the focus on natural materials, for example