Since 1990, Pantone have announced a ‘Colour of the Year’ which they believe we’ll be wearing, buying and styling with for the next 12 months. This year it’s time for Marsala to have its turn in the spotlight and in their own words, Pantone have described the colour as “a naturally robust and earthy wine red.”
With temperatures expected to rise to 70 degrees over the next weeks, we can finally starting thinking about what to put in our Pimms and which pair of sunglasses to wear. More importantly though, it’s a great excuse to start changing things around the home. Summer is all about keeping things fresh and light, so think florals, burst of colour and fabrics like linens.
Redecorating and choosing furniture can be hard work at the best of times. Not only do you want something to suit your style, budget and space now, but when buying a sofa the chances are you’re also looking for something that’ll last longer than the current style trends.
Photography and artwork can be used within an interior to add character and interest. Whether you are choosing artwork from your favourite artists, your own photographs that bring back fond memories, or even something just has just caught your eye, there are ways to maximise the impact they make within your interior.
Gold and silver have long been the go to colours for creating a luxurious and decadent feel, but in recent times it appears as though there is a new competitor - ‘Rose-gold’. With its unique colour combination of copper and gold, it seems to be taking hold of trends everywhere - whether it’s in jewellery, fashion or even in the world of interiors.
Celebrated Artist David Shrigley and renowned Designer India Mahdavi have teamed up to completely transform the gallery room at London’s popular venue Sketch.