TOP 10 REASONS TO HIRE AN INTERIOR DESIGNER

Do you claim to be an interiors junkie? Do you love to look at all the new trends and get them into your homes as soon as you find the accessories that really hit the special place in your heart? Or do you have a vision in your head but it nearly never goes as planned, or doesn’t turn out…
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Coffee with a Creative: Karolina Barnes of Estila Magazine

Today on Coffee with a Creative we meet Karolina Barnes, of Estila Magazine, she talks us through her work, daily routines, inspiration and of course her hot drink of choice. What is your coffee (tea, infusions, hot chocolate) of choice? Earl Grey. What inspired you to set up your Company? Frustration and passion for emerging design. Can you describe a…
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Coffee with a Creative: Beki Gowing of Print and Press London

Today on Coffee with a Creative we meet Beki Gowing, of Print and Press London, she talks us through her work, daily routines, inspiration and of course the hot drink that she loves What is your coffee (tea, infusions, hot chocolate) of choice? Soya latte, or an Americano if it’s going to be a long day What inspired you to…
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The Alternative Christmas: Decor the Stylish Way!

Christmas is one of those times of year that we recognise, that we’re comfortable with and we know what to expect. The Christmas tree is usually always green, although the trend for silver, pink and now blue is on the rise, there is tinsel, an abundance of tree decor front-lined by baubles in every shape, size and colour and then…
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Vitra and The Conran Shop Host First UK ‘Eames Lounge Chair Atelier’

Isn’t this exciting? I am ecstatic about this and I do love a good old Eames! So for those that might be interested or would love to see this in action, or even buy themselves a new chair, get yourself down to this event over the weekend. The Conran Shop in Chelsea (81 Fulham Road, London SW3 6RD) is the place…
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What is Perfect Imperfection?

For those of you that know me know that my style is a fusion of the old and the new, of working with different genres and creating a look that tells a story and has layers of intricacy. Hello ‘wabi-sabi’ or as we may know it to be ‘perfect imperfection’ i think that this really sums up the look perfectly…
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First Hygge, now Lagom?

So first we had the Swedish hygge (pronounced “HUE-gah”) meaning to “enjoy life’s simple pleasures” and now we have lagom (pronounced “LA-gom”) another Swedish word meaning “just the right amount”. The Lexin Swedish-English dictionary defines lagom as “enough, sufficient, adequate, just right”. Lagom is also widely translated as “in moderation”, “in balance”, “perfect-simple”, and “suitable”. Taking this meaning literally we can see where the style…
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