Take a moment to celebrate Milan Design week, the greatest design show on earth. This year we are all unable to be in Milan or share in the joy that they always give, so we look back at the best memories of past shows, with hope for the future.
Free Your Home with Creative Design. A book by Russell Whitehead and Jordan Cluroe, founders of 2LG Studio, to help you live your best life in the home you have.
Transforming two spaces for a soon-to-be-married couple in their first home together.
Pride as important now as it has ever been and we wanted to show our pride with this Loveseat.
“…we also love to entertain. Having mates round for a simple cocktail, or an ott G&T with elderflower and cucumber is our favourite thing.”
A made to measure storage solution, delivered to your door, in a new colourful collection.
Taking you through our inspirations and the process of designing this bold statement bathroom as a showpiece with theatre.
Don’t be afraid and play it safe. We are here to build up your courage and go for a well chosen bespoke finish or wow moment.
This is our expression of love in all its multi colours. Why choose just one colour to play with when you are given the opportunity to use several?
How we achieved our pink tiled fireplace feature wall and what is next for our Kitchen renovation….all with a major Milanese influence.
Here we let you into our process and show you how we brought bold decorative curves into our space simply with paint and some nerve. We are also going to give you the first glimpse of the kitchen we have designed for the space. All about arches.
Tackling that dreaded junction between the original skirting boards and the new floor. We are not into angled trim all around the room and taking off the skirts to run the floors under them is a whole can of worms… So, we have our own solution for you. One that involves a minimum of fuss and a seamless result.
If you are about to do a knock-through, or even if you just love a bit of renovation porn, you need to read this post.
How to create impact and comfort with a minimum of effort for a fresh new look in your home.
Take a look inside one of the most inspiring contemporary interiors we’ve seen in a long time. Filled with clever use of bold colour and texture.
The future of home is here and it looks super hot. Get the inside track on the key themes of the new wave.
Go for what you love. Seek out Happiness. Create interiors that bring you joy. Play. Because why the fuck not.
How we designed an epically pink Minimal Luxe bedroom for Hillarys. Minimal Doesn’t have to mean white box.
Take a tour with us around one of the most stunning homes in italy, open to the public for the first time, Villa Borsani. The Home of designer Osvaldo Borsani.
A Sustainable and sexy garden pod designed by us with new materials, air purifying plants and a breakout snug for downtime. The ideal space to enjoy work life balance.
Here are our tips on how to create a more mindful kitchen to make you feel good and help you entertain friends in a relaxed style, using the new Studio Blue collection.
Sometimes life happens in the middle of a project and a new approach is needed to get the family through the renovation. In this case, a new baby arrived early and so the focus was on making a bedroom/bathroom fit for the new arrival before the rest of project could continue.
The digital world advances as we strive for perfection in interiors…but where will it end? Are virtual spaces the new go to for visual inspiration? Or are we living through them?
It’s all very well spotting a trend online for lilac scalloped details, but if those things aren’t available in the physical world is it a trend worth lusting after. Or should we start enjoying the things that are available?
This is a guide on how to put your stamp on the space you call home and get some easy cosy vibes working, whether you are entertaining or just chilling after a hard days work. With transferrable style that can move with you.
If you feel torn from time to time between a major clear down and a big pattern explosion, you are not alone. Perhaps minimal maximalism is for you!
Inspiration for your festive dining table to give your guests a moment of wonder with the new gold accessories by Georg Jensen. How to fold your napkins like a christmas tree, make place cards, golden ivy decorations and living table confetti – everything you need for a 2LG style Christmas dinner table.
Find out how you can make a huge impact in your home for very little with our Giant wreath idea!
How to create a festive winter hideaway, with our top shopping list to help you get the look in your own home.
Get inspired to do something different with flowers, setting the scene for a special celebration in your home. Top tips to create a dramatic display with ease.
Fancy something a little alternative to accessorise your home this season? Here are some of our top choices to inspire you to go a little more out of the ordinary and a lot more unique with your styling.
An insight into how we work with pattern in our real life interior design projects to help give you the confidence to use pattern in your home. With a sneak peak of a new project of ours, yet to be released, but filled with colour and pattern.
The bathroom in our evolving Design House project has been a long time coming and it’s finally here. Serving you pink, clean lines, a sculptural bath and some classic fixtures that bed the whole look into the setting of our Victorian house.
A new book on the blog for you to enjoy about a visionary architect creating community spirit that is still going strong today. Walters Way & Segal Close, by Taran Wilkhu and Alice Grahame, has just been released and is a wonderful nosey into the thriving community of design loving folk, on two very special […]
Whilst in Paris for Maison et Objet last month (our round up of the hottest finds is still available to check out on the blog) we couldn’t resist a little design pilgrimage to our personal gods of designs latest project. Dimore studio have created Hotel Saint Marc and it was top of our list for […]
A focus on our use of new materials for bespoke elements of our latest interior design project. Suggested listening (to enhance your blog reading experience) – Annie Lennox, Walking on broken glass.
Take a look into our origin story and how our design ethos began. Our take on the generation that want it all and how to design your home to reflect who you are.
It’s not everyday you get to stroll around an architectural gem with some of your favourite people, followed by a killer roast lunch all within 15 mins of your front door. So many of our friends in the design world have told us about Eltham Palace, but it’s always harder somehow to take time out and see the beauty right under your nose.
Serving royalty, presidents and casinos worldwide – to our very own lovely house, British institution and world leaders, Brintons Carpets offered us the chance to create our own carpet. We almost feel like we don’t deserve it…almost. What am I saying?! After a year of living in this house with no double glazing, no heating, […]
From London to New York – A simple little project that turned out to be a beaut with lots of ideas that we hope you find useful. Our lovely clients wanted to use colour and texture but didn’t know how to pin down their ideas. In fact they had rather pinned themselves in circles on their […]