Long gone are the days of concrete being used to construct driveways and car park towers. These days, partly thanks to home renovation TV shows, concrete furniture is enjoying its time in the spotlight.
The use of a monochromatic colour provides a strong sense of visual coordination, whether the effect is being used in graphic design or interior design. .
Leather furniture has long been a symbol of luxury and it shows no signs of changing any time soon, when it’s looked after properly, leather can last for generations.
When shopping for a new piece of furniture it’s easy to get overwhelmed and confused – there are just so many options out there. How do you pick something that is timeless, wears well (especially if you have kids and sofa-loving pets) and looks good?
It’s near impossible to find someone who isn’t supportive of reusing and recycling but in the interior design world, we’re not talking plastic bottles and cardboard. Reclaimed timber furniture is a highly desirable addition to any...
Between our work week and weekend commitments, a big chunk of our lives are spent in the bathroom getting ready – women spend 136 days fussing and pruning, while men spend a staggering 3,000 hours (around 4 months) in front of the mirror shaving in a lifetime. If both sexes are devoting this much time to looking their best, shouldn’t they have a good looking vanity, too?
Taking inspiration from the Australian landscape in Summer we have used the colours of our natural environment in this styled setting.
To show you how to update your leather setting from a fireside, red wine sipping spot to relaxed summer chilling we’ve created the ultimate cowboy seat.
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Entertaining over summer? Here are our tips on how to style a space that features concrete using texture and colour.