A new season is upon us and we can’t help but look forward to the New Year and wonder what the new trends and styles will be. New Year is the perfect opportunity to refresh our interiors with new fabrics, shapes and of course colours!
The start of a new year is a time to begin again. New Year’s resolutions allow you the opportunity to move on from the old and begin something new. Whether that be a new fitness regime or a new healthy eating plan, if you have one New Year’s resolution this year make it comfort, treat yourself to a deep luxurious sofa.
With Christmas fast approaching we begin to think of how to decorate fairly lights, tinsel and glitter spring to mind. This year why not take Christmas to a minimal place?
It’s nearly that time of the year again! CHRISTMAS! Presents, cliché Christmas movies, family time and most importantly FOOD. Christmas is a time where everybody gets together and celebrates.
Earlier this month you may have read our blog on the Riba House of the year award finalists, in which we compiled a list of the 20 shortlisted houses that had been nominated for the award. It has been revealed that the winner of the prestigious award this year is Flint House.
The festive period is now in full force, it is time to climb into the attic and reach for the decorations. As we begin our descent into the festive period we start to see our interiors and exteriors become both brighter.
The prices of houses are due to increase by 5% over a short periods of time. This is due to shortage of property and land that can be built on. Developers have found a solution to this issue, however it does come with a compromise.
‘My work is a game, a very serious game.’ M.C. Escher
M.C. Escher is famous for his mathematical precision and surrealist patterns, propelling him into becoming one of the most famous artists of the 20th Century.
High celings are a wonderful feature in many period properties but unfortuntely with new builds they often lack the space.
The trick to combat this is to camouflge, draw the eye away from focusing on it. A great way to do this is with furniture but you don’t need to go miniture, the trick is to go lower.
Exposed brick is so 90’s it’s all about the raw industrial finishes, concrete creates a modern sophistication whilst keeping the interior warm and inviting. We aren’t all lucky enough to live in an industrial converted warehouse but there are certain ways to give your home that sought after urban feel.
RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) House of the Year is a prize that is awarded each year to the best new, architect designed house in the UK. The award used to be called the ‘RIBA Manser Medal’ and was established in 2001. It is sponsored by Hiscox Home Insurance, who consequently feature on the judging panel, along with a selection of other industry experts.
The decade that gave us Bee Gee’s, ABBA and great disco moves, the Seventies are in full swing on making a great comeback! It’s only fair to ask ourselves, ‘Can you dig it?’
We search for properties that offer fireplaces, reclaimed wooden floors, beautiful moulding details and big widows, searching for a place that we can make a home.
Afternoon tea is a British tradition that consists of having tea, cakes and crumpets in the afternoon and is not only a great way to socialise but also a tradition that is still strongly upheld within British society. It is both formal and relaxing. Formal in terms of the location that it usually takes place in and its luxurious décor and relaxing as you are simply treating yourself.